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All Better Now

A memoir of the author's childhood struggles as a result of a brain tumor, only discovered following a near-fatal car accident.

All Gone

A memoir of a mother's descent into dementia. 

Best of Me, The

When high school sweethearts Amanda and Dawson meet again 25 years later, they find themselves trying to answer the question: Can love truly rewrite the past?

Elizabeth: The Struggle for the Throne

The story of Elizabeth I and her awe-inspiring air of command, her mastery of political theater, and her successful policies that lead English into a golden age.

Flowers for Algernon

A mentally challenged man named Charley undergoes an experiment to help improved his mental status.

Freedom Walkers

An inspiring account of the men and women who became heroes by standing up to segregation and sparked the Montgomery Bus BoycottFilled with images, eye-witness reports, and primary sources, each narrative is moving and powerful.  

Glass Castle, The

The family is constantly in need of money and food. They travel to new places constantly because the dad is running away from people. They mainly stay in the mining towns so the dad can find work easy. Close to the end of the book the parents show up and the kids are too tired of dealing with them to take care of them so they end up broke and homeless

Professor And The Madman, The

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is considered the authority on the English language. The Professor and the Madman tells the true story of two men pivotal in the creation of the OED; Professor James Murray and Dr. W.C. Minor. After receiving thousands of submissions from Minor, the committee, led by Murray, decides to honor Minor for his contributions. What Murray discovers about Minor, leaves readers intrigued. 

Thread That Runs So True, The

The Thread That Runs so True is Jesse Stuart’s account of his twenty-year teaching career. A testament to faith in the power of public education, Stuart shares his triumphs, failures, and lessons learned from what he still considers to be the greatest profession.