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Angels in Disguise

by Lisa Romeo

Editor Dolores H. McNany gathered fifty-nine letters from American school nurses. Many are unexpectedly moving and deeply revelatory about the very personal and professional reasons these (mostly) women chose their niche in nursing; some... Read More

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Living in the Theater of the Absurd

by Lisa Romeo

Susan H. McIntyre lives with some eighteen chronic illnesses. And she does so with good humor and grace, as displayed in "Living in the Theater of the Absurd". Her inclination to share what she’s learned about her illnesses and how she... Read More

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Dear Teen Me

by Lisa Romeo

If only we knew then what we know now, everything would be different. Or would it? Most of the contributors to this terrific book of letters from young adult authors to their teenage selves come to the opposite conclusion; that is, no... Read More

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The Panda and the Prince

by Lisa Romeo

Australian David Somerville Mitchell, one of the foremost public relations practitioners in Asia during the late ’70s and ‘80s, was a logical if bold choice to change the world’s understanding of the aims of the World Wildlife... Read More

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Tom

by Lisa Romeo

"Tom" is a fictionalized account of Christie Moore’s grandfather. It focuses on his experiences as a British soldier in World War I and how the war reverberates throughout his life. The fact that tragic battlefield experiences plague... Read More

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101 Ways to Rock Your World

by Lisa Romeo

Since the term “rock star” is now used to characterize any successful person in any line of work, it’s refreshing to glean tips about becoming a rock star from someone who has, in fact, worked with real rock stars. Enter Dayna... Read More

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