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The South of Black Forgiveness

by Bianca Bowers

Told as a series of stories, "The South of Black Forgiveness" exposes racial prejudice among police. Donna Clovis’s novel in vignettes, "The South of Black Forgiveness", moves between crime scenes to confront police militarization and... Read More

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Thank You, Me

by Rebecca Monterusso

"Thank You, Me" is a picture book focused on gratitude and holistic self-love. In Ellie Oop’s picture book "Thank You, Me" a child expresses loving gratitude for each part of her body. A nameless child wakes up and greets the day. She... Read More

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Cracking Nature's Code

by Hope Hills

Cracking Nature’s Code is a call to action that connects science with philosophy for the greater global good. Microbiologist JB Head’s scientific treatise Cracking Nature’s Code suggests relations between chaos and order to better... Read More

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From Fear to Peace

by Edith Wairimu

"From Fear to Peace" is a succinct, organized self-help book concerned with overcoming negative attitudes. Alexia Franklin’s brief, inspiring self-help guide "From Fear to Peace" forwards applicable steps toward overcoming fear, moving... Read More

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Our Future in Nature

by Kristine Morris

"Our Future in Nature" is a timely, innovative, and insightful book that bridges gaps between science and spirituality. Edmund Barrow’s "Our Future in Nature" forwards a worldview in which all of nature is sacred and worthy of respect.... Read More

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The Seven Tools of Healing

by Jeremiah Rood

"The Seven Tools of Healing" is an affirming self-help book that emphasizes spiritual truths. Steven Hall’s philosophical self-help book "The Seven Tools of Healing" demystifies the healing process. The book begins with a discussion of... Read More

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