Home boys is a memoir containing stories and relationships of a group of troubled teenagers and their interactions with a therapist. While the premise has humor, it also discusses some crucial matters that make this book valuable to read.
The journey of discovering inner peace is a nonfiction self-help book. It provides practical advice for self-discovery and healing emotions that have been blocking the path to success.
How to kill the mocking bird is a self-help non-fiction book written to compel you to find the courage to make a change in your life. It underlines the many social problems we face in society by providing a compelling telling of two women… Continue Reading “How-to ‘KILL’ the Mocking Birds? By Bruce Claude Nelson (Book Review #1244)￼”
What is coronavirus is a nonfiction book providing an educational account and discussion of the novel coronavirus and the pandemic. The book approaches the matter through the world of science and health research.
Swipe write is a memoir dating book containing tales of Lindsay going on 20 online dates, meeting 20 different men, and what happens with each one. Some are hilarious, some weird but above all, you get to understand what a thirty-three-year-old divorcee has to… Continue Reading “Swipe Write by Lindsay Taylor Dellinger (Book Review #1227)￼”
From Auschwitz with love is a memoir of two sisters, Manci and Ruth Grunberger, surviving quite an ordeal. They were a happy Jewish family living in former Czechoslovakia and doing all the normal things such as going to school and hanging out with friends.
Love stories is a travel memoir about the author’s wife, Cindy Miller spending six weeks in Europe in 1966. The memoir moves between 1966 and 1989 and 2019. Cindy is only 17 when she leaves Kutztown, Pennsylvania, and travels with 250 other teenagers visiting… Continue Reading “Love Stories by Robert Germaux (Book Review #1221)￼”
THE LITTLE-KNOWN HEROES: FRANK EMI is a story about a young Japanese American man having to move out of the country after taking over his father’s market business and running it for years. Frank and his family move into an internment camp and fight… Continue Reading “THE LITTLE-KNOWN HEROES: FRANK EMI by Kaushay and Spencer Ford (Book Review #1219)￼￼”
The depth of vision is a nonfiction motivational book written by Estesnaei, providing a different perspective on poverty. It all begins when Estesnaei records his conversations with a teenage boy named Amir while working on his thesis.