Posted on Leave a comment

The Talking Forest: Tree Runes for a New Millennium by Kay Broome

Fun, accessible, and exceptionally crafted… Broome meticulously explains entire mythology and history of native Canadian trees in her user-friendly and fun-to-read debut. Brief and to the point, each rune depicts the significance of the salient tree within its physical environment…
Posted on Leave a comment

Listening to Chopin while fighting Nazis: A Journey into my Family’s WWII Polish Past by M. Alexander Charns

A deeply revealing, intimate account of a family’s Polish history… As a six-year-old boy, Charns came across a book named ‘I Survived Hitler’s Hell’ by A.P. Gwiazdowski and became curious about his family’s Polish history. As he grows older, he…
Posted on Leave a comment

The View from Darien: Essays in the Teaching of High School English: Motive and Method by Professor Don Gutteridge

A probing and absorbing look at teaching of high school English… Guttridge’s latest book is an astute collection of eight scholarly essays in the teaching of high school English. With his decades of experience in teaching English literature, Gutteridge demonstrates…
Posted on Leave a comment

The Afterlife Experience: How Our Association With Nature’s Elements Shapes the Outcome by Bud Megargee

An invigorating perspective on how our association with nature’s elements shape a soul’s afterlife experience… The former senior healthcare executive and award-winning author Megargee delves into spiritual explanation of how the roles of water, air, fire, and earth affect what…
Posted on Leave a comment

Teaching Literature for Cognitive Development: A Double Perspective by Don Gutteridge

Slender and precise… An immersive study. Drawing on current curriculum, the work and research of renowned scholars, and especially his own teaching experience, Gutteridge examines the nature of student classification based on their understanding of literature, and its devastating impacts…
Posted on Leave a comment

The Journey To Respect starts with You: 7 days Inspirational Black Book by Patrice M Foster

Solid, intelligently presented, and inspiring… Loaded with practical tips and social intelligence, Foster’s latest is an inspiring workbook about how to gain respect and feel appreciated. In 2 parts and 7 chapters that broadly cover such topics as “Understanding Respect,…
Posted on Leave a comment

LION TAMER Book One: How It All Turned Out by Therese Marie Duncan

A deeply involving and consistently moving story of overcoming trauma… Duncan tells her story straight from the heart in her debut installment in the Lion Tamer series. Born as the sixth of ten children, in the Pacific Northwest, in Seattle,…
Posted on Leave a comment

Uncaged: Trauma Recovery Using Facet Integration Technique by Sparrow Spaulding

A treasure trove of practical and powerful suggestions for achieving self-change and moving forward in life… In this powerful guidebook, Spaulding presents a horde of hands-on, effective techniques for processing unresolved memories of the past and overcoming the anxieties that…
Posted on Leave a comment

Taming Fear in the Age of Covid by Winfried Sedhoff

Beautifully, compellingly written and Comprehensive in scope… A valuable work. After experiencing his own personal crisis that forced him to face his worst fears, mental health professional Dr. Winfried Sedhoff undertook extensive research into the science of fear and discovered…
Posted on Leave a comment

The Reader’s Companion to the World of Jane Austen by Joe Giampaolo

A richly textured, intimate, and lively work that casts a well-deserved spotlight on the famed writer. Combining a novelist’s eye for detail with meticulous research and prose, Giampaolo delivers the concise account of Jane Austen’s life, one of the greatest…