|Dusk, Night, Dawn: On Revival and Courage||Anne Lamott||
DUSK NIGHT DAWN gives readers hope, faith and courage to move through life’s dark places. It is full of humor, and inspiration.
|I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye: A Memoir of Loss, Grief, and Love||Ivan Maisel||
I KEEP TRYING TO CATCH HIS EYE: A MEMOIR OF LOSS, GRIEF AND LOVE bundles grace and humor in a remarkable story of comfort. Written by a master language craftsman, all readers will appreciate the message whether they have recently experienced loss or not. This one is a keeper.
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|Legacy: A Rabbi & A Community Remember Their Loved Ones||Jonathan Miller||
LEGACY: A RABBI & A COMMUNITY REMEMBER THEIR LOVED ONES is a collection of eulogies written and delivered during Rabbi Miller's twenty-five years of service in Birmingham, Alabama. Besides serving as an expert model for those of any faith who may need assistance in creating a remembrance, it is inspirational to...
|The Holy Bible||Barry Moser||
THE PENNYROYAL CAXTON EDITION OF THE HOLY BIBLE was designed and illustrated over the course of four years. There are two hundred and thirty-two magnificent images, each painstakingly drawn by hand by Barry Moser.
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|Dad's Maybe Book||Tim O'Brien||
DAD'S MAYBE BOOK is a collection of essays and anecdotes written by National Book Award-winning author Tim O'Brien as a way to give his sons advice for the future, as well as a sense of who their father was as a man. Hilarious and tender, this is a touching and moving document of a father's love and his desire to give...
|On My Own||Diane Rehm||
ON MY OWN explains the motivation that her dying husband's struggle provided Diane Rehm to become the poster person for the "right to die" movement.
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|Graceland, At Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache from the American South||Margaret Renkl||
GRACELAND AT LAST is a marvelous collection of stories about the American South that have been among the most widely read in the New York Times. Subjects include family, grief, the natural world and justice. They will bring joy, deep thought, and an occasional tear.
|Dinner with the Smileys: One Military Family, One Year of Heroes, and Lessons for a Lifetime||Sarah Smiley||
DINNER WITH THE SMILEYS: ONE MILITARY FAMILY, ONE YEAR OF HEROES, AND LESSONS FOR A LIFETIME is a warm, wonderful story of a military family inviting fifty-two guests to dinner over a year's time while their father/husband was deployed as a Navy pilot. Weekly fill-ins ran the gamut from U.S. Senators to ninety-four-...
|Outcasts United: A Refugee Team, an American Town||Warren St. John||
OUTCASTS UNITED: A REFUGEE TEAM, AN AMERICAN TOWN reads more like fiction than the true story of a Jordanian woman in a small Southern town taking a group of refugees from a hundred countries and creating a force in the soccer world. More importantly, assimilating these disparate foreigners into American society - as...
|Mister Owita's Guide to Gardening: How I Learned the Unexpected Joy of a Green Thumb and an Open Heart||Carol Wall||
MISTER OWITA'S GUIDE TO GARDENING: HOW I LEARNED THE UNEXPECTED JOY OF A GREEN THUMB AND AN OPEN HEART is the story of friendship and flowers; wisdom and grace; loss and inspiration.
THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed on the title page by Carol Wall at her home. It is a new...