Nonfiction

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Jesus Potter Harry Christ

A veritable encyclopedia of the history of Christian conspiracy theories, the Christian media’s depiction of the Harry Potter controversy, and so much more. The title alone had me hooked.
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While I Was Learning to Become God

Sybil Vaughan is a delicate, creative and almost spirit-like child who struggles with the conflict of nurturing her own independent spirit with a society that wants to control her every thought and action.
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Second Sight: Views From An Eye Doctor's Odyssey

With honesty, candor and a great sense of humor, David Paton MD, brings to the pages of his memoir the very essence of his journey though his life and career.
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The Indie Cred Test

It's like what a standardized test would be if it grew a pair.
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Whole Truth Eating and Recipe Guide

Designed to give the reader a deeper understanding of food and its effect on long-term health and vitality.
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The Braces Cookbook

Fifty comfort-food recipes perfect for tender-teeth days, including stay-soft cookies, soothing drinks, and delicious dinners.
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101 Recipes for Microwave Mug Cakes

This cute little cookbook includes 101 recipes for Microwave Mug Cakes--from Apple Raisin to White Grapeberry.
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Cooking with All Things Trader Joes

With full-color photographs, wine suggestions and cooking tips sprinkled throughout, this collection is a must for any Trader Joe's fan.
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Weaver of Song: The Birth of Silent Night

In the beautifully illustrated Weaver of Song, Mary Helene Jackson tells the fascinating story of "Silent Night" composer's Franz Gruber's struggle.
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For Every Season There is a Salad

From Summer to Autumn to Winter to Spring, For Every Season There is a Salad celebrates the distinct, savory quality of each season and offers dishes to excite, inspire and delight.

A Peace of My Mind

Bet you didn't know he self-published a book!
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Be Dazzled! Norman Hartnell, Sixty Years of Glamour and Fashion

Norman Hartnell (1901-1979) was a uniquely British genius. For nearly sixty years he was a major personality in the world of fashion.
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Paris, Moi and the Gang

Documents Grendlin's daily meanderings through modern-day Paris, a journey that's mainly interesting to Grendlin.
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In Spite of the System

A truly frightening story about mistaken identitiy that will keep you turning the pages. Here is a Kafka-esque experience that really happened.
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Houses In My Heart

A behind-the-scenes glimpse into more than two dozen of decorator Carleton Varney's best, most original, and never-before-published projects--including his own private residences.
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Camelot's Kitchen

In addition to recipes and secrets on making sensational salads, Camelot's Kitchen offers 64 full-color pages of Camelot, an adorable bunny.
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In the Pink: Dorothy Draper-America's Most Fabulous Decorator

Like Martha Stewart, Dorothy Draper was a preacher and teacher whose how-to books and Good Housekeeping columns provided middle-class housewives with affordable ideas for making their homes more functional and comfortable.
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Drivetime Yoga

Drivetime Yoga is the first head-to-toe system to relieve driving stress, giving drivers practical road rage remedies and safe, simple techniques to ease chronic neck, shoulder and back aches.
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All Men Are Cremated Equal: My 77 Blind Dates

Referring to herself as "Bridget Jones' American cousin," Elizabeth chronicles her true-life dating spree as a marriage-minded mortician in her mid-30's.
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Riding the Infertility Roller Coaster

Riding the Infertility Roller Coaster is written for anyone struggling with infertility. It's goal is to empower, educate, and advocate for the reader.
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Past Imperfect, Present Progressive

A memoir written by a man whose life nearly spans iconic eras in American history-from his youth during World War II and his Army service during the Kennedy era to his coming of age during Vietnam and his tenure as an English teacher (and father) during the 70s and 80s.