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Being Mean

by Patricia Eagle

In this richly depicted story, told in vignettes relative to markers of age and experience, Patricia Eagle reveals the heartbreak and destruction of her sexual abuse, from age four to thirteen, by her father....


The Father of All Dad Guides

by Madeleine Davies & Tara Jacoby

A humorous gift book that introduces the different species of American fathers, from A to Z

Of all the mammalian species of North America, few are as paradoxically mysterious and demanding of attention as the...


Edna's Gift

by Susan Rudnick

When they were young, Susan and Edna, children of Holocaust refugee parents, were inseparable; Edna was Susan’s first love and constant companion. But as they grew up and Edna’s physical, and mental challenges...


Fixing the Fates

by Diane Dewey

• The 2017 Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption/Harris Poll results show that adults today are more likely to say they have direct ties to adoption than in previous years—either from being adopted as a child...


Miss Bishop

by Bess Streeter Aldrich

Ella Bishop came to college a healthy, country-bred girl, alive to every fresh sensation, with an infinite capacity for work, love, and understanding. Her abundant energy and devotion to learning made her a...


All We Knew But Couldn't Say

by Joanne Vannicola

Joanne Vannicola, the youngest of four children, grew up in a violent home with a physically abusive father and a mother who had no sexual boundaries.

Joanne is pressured to leave home at the age of fourteen,...


The Lost Years

by Stacey Ritz

We may not control our circumstances, but we can control our choices... 

WE ARE ALL COLLECTING MEMORIES; moments that stay with us, forever imprinted on our hearts and minds. We store these moments, letting...


A Marriage of Equals

by Catherine E. Aponte PsyD

• Sociologist Kathleen Gerson found in her study of 120 young women and men between 18-32 that most hoped to create lasting, egalitarian partnerships, but were doubtful about their chances of reaching this...


The House in Dormer Forest

by Mary Webb

This is about a house deep in the Shropshire countryside full of people, some likeable, most not, who hate each other and long to break free. The trouble is none of them can find a way out that isn't yet another...


Blissfully Blended Bullsh*t

by Rebecca Eckler

Rebecca Eckler’s newest book chronicles the uncomfortable and shocking truth of what it’s really like to make a blended family.

The face of the “typical” North American family is changing drastically....


How To Regain The Girl In Your Life From A-Z,Step by Step

by Kubik Grzegorz

The book is divided into several stages, of which:

- You will learn what are the 6 most common mistakes, that men notoriously make while being in a relationship and what are the reasons that women go away from...


The New Father

Out of the Bronx

by Irene Sardanis

• According to the 2000 U.S. Census, 1,153,295 people of Greek heritage and 7,663 people of Cypriot heritage live and work in the United States. • The US Immigrant Population hit a record 43.7 million in...


Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen

Follow the young protagonist Elizabeth, in this romantic novel set in 19th century Hertfordshire, as she learns from her errors and figures out the importance of love and marriage and in a society where none...


All the Sweeter

by Jean Minton

• Since 2000, the number of children adopted from the US foster care system bounced around from a low of 50,000 in 2003 to a high of 57,000 in 2009. In 2016, the latest year for which there is published data,...


Too Much of Not Enough

by Jane Pollak

Jane Pollak spent most of her life “looking for a family.” Raised by a mother who was emotionally unavailable, she grew up believing that love came from performance rather than from being seen, heard, and...


Lost Without the River

by Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic

• Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that large sections of The Great Plains, particularly those in farming and manufacturing-dependent zones, have seen a dramatic population decrease in recent years:...


Buried Saints

by Brin Miller

One terrible night in 2011, Brin Miller’s life is upended when she learns that her teenage stepson has been sexually abusing her two daughters. Once this secret is discovered, Brin’s marriage, already crumbling...


Everyone Wins - 3rd Edition

by Ba Luvmour & Josette Luvmour

At this critical point of human evolution, we want our children to have the ability to resolve conflict, communicate positively, build social skills, and increase self-esteem so that they may actualize their...


I'm Saying No!

by Beverly Engel

In spite of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, many women are still afraid to say no to unwanted sexual advances and reluctant to report sexual violations. Far too many college students are being raped and are...