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You Have the Right to Remain Fat

by Virgie Tovar

Growing up as a fat girl, Virgie Tovar believed that her body was something to be fixed. But after two decades of dieting and constant guilt, she was over it—and gave herself the freedom to trust her own body...


Raising the Transgender Child

by Tey Meadow

Trans Kids is a trenchant ethnographic and interview-based study of the first generation of families affirming and facilitating gender nonconformity in children.  Whereas previous generations of parents sent...


Stitch Up

by William McIntyre

Everything is coming up roses for Robbie Munro, newly married and living in the country with wife and child. That is until his wife takes up employment abroad just as old flame, Jill Green, asks him to investigate...


Remembering the Greatest Coaches and Games of the NFL Glory Years

by Wayne Stewart

The NFL in the 1950s and 1960s was full of iconic players and legendary coaches. Future Hall of Famers battled it out on the gridiron and roamed the sidelines, making for incredible games and memorable moments....


A Holiday to Remember

by Susanne O'Leary

A side-splittingly funny summer read about two best friends who decide to take a chance and travel the world, finding themselves – and finding love – along the way!

 

Until a few weeks ago, Leanne was a...


Hard Times

by Richard Striner

Hard Times presents a comprehensive account of economic depressions in America, from colonial times to the “great recession” that began in 2008. Written in crisp prose for a general audience, the book synthesizes...


Epic Fails

by Salvador Jimenez Murguia

Many of the most successful innovations—from the light bulb to the Internet—have often resulted from ingenuity, ambition, and dedication. Such achievements have changed lives for the better. Yet for every...


Immigrant Experiences

by Walter A. Ewing

Immigrant Experiences: Why Immigrants Come to the United States and What They Find When They Get Here weaves together detailed historical and contemporary examples of immigration to the United States that move...


Realizing Our Place

by Catherine Egley Waggoner & Laura Egley Taylor

What does it mean to be from somewhere? Does place seep into one's very being like roots making their way through rich soil, shaping a sense of self? In particular, what does it mean to be from a place with...


A Hundred Fires in Cuba

by John Thorndike

In the spring of 1956, a young American photographer falls in love with a Cuban line cook at New York’s Waldorf Astoria. They have a ten-week affair which ends when Immigration arrests and deports him, and...


Panic Years

by Daniel DiFranco

“I’d be twenty-nine at the end of the year,” the narrator of Panic Years announces, “and playing bass was the only thing I was good at.” Fueled by positive online reviews and a minimum of introspection,...


The First Prehistoric Serial Killer and Other Stories

by Teresa Solana & Peter Bush

1.Ingenious, always witty and sometimes gruesome short stories by one of Spain’s best-known crime writers. Echoes of memorable stories by Roald Dahl, like The Skin or Lamb for the Slaughter (of Hitchcock...


5:30 RETURN

by William R Herr

"Utopia doesn't come easy... and it takes a monster to enforce it."

Juan is a disabled vet, a recovering addict, and a professional extractor in Arizona's drug tourism trade. He is also a man with too many challenges....


Perfection

by Richard P. Kuehn

Are you equipped to reach perfection? God has called his people to a powerful way of living. We are meant to be fully alive in the authority God has ordained. Perfection is a clarion call to God-empowered righteousness,...


Island Girl

by Norma Joyce Dougherty

Everyone loves a good fairy tale and Island Girl: A Triumph of the Spirit, from author Norma Joyce Dougherty, fits the bill. Norma shares how in 1970, God led her, a poor, young farm girl from Prince Edward...


GLOOM

by Ricky Olson

In Ricky Olson’s gritty debut collection you’ll dive into stories that aren’t afraid to tell it like it is. He draws a grim landscape where men and women are caught in equally disturbing scenarios. In...


You Have the Right to Remain Fat

by Virgie Tovar

Growing up as a fat girl, Virgie Tovar believed that her body was something to be fixed. But after two decades of dieting and constant guilt, she was over it—and gave herself the freedom to trust her own body...


Japan

by Nancy K. Stalker

Japan: History and Culture from Classical to Cool provides a historical account of Japan's elite and popular cultures from premodern to modern periods. Drawing on the most up-to-date scholarship across numerous...


Leo

by Philip Ryan & Niall O'Connor

The emergence of Leo Varadkar in Irish politics and his election to the post of Taoiseach is a remarkable tale from any perspective. Journalists Philip Ryan and Niall O’Connor tell the inside story of how...


Adorable Pom Pom Animals

by Kazuko Ito

Pom poms are suddenly showing up again everywhere—as fashion accessories, home decor items and toys—adding a new twist to an old favorite. Adorable Pom Pom Animals shows you how to sculpt cuddly pets and...