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by Edith Wairimu

"Caught!" is the inspiring biography of a fisheries overseer who faced barriers to his conservationist efforts. "Caught!" is Joel B. Kerr’s illuminating biography of Canadian fisheries overseer John W. Kerr. John W. Kerr was born in... Read More

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Prohibition Wine

by Karen Rigby

"Prohibition Wine" is a sincere biographical tribute to a grandmother’s sacrifices that’s set during a colorful time in American history. "Prohibition Wine" is Marian Leah Knapp’s compact, elegant biography of her grandmother, an... Read More

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Peter Faber

by Jeremiah Rood

The story of how the Jesuits began usually focuses on Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, but Jon Sweeney’s fascinating biography adds a third name: Peter Faber. Faber was born in 1506 and grew up in a French hamlet as the child of... Read More

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Our Immigrants' Son

by Eileen Gonzalez

This is an important reminder that immigrant narratives are a vital part of America’s present and future, not just its past. John Francis Patrick Murphy traces his family’s history in America and encourages others to explore their... Read More

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