A stirring and powerful narrative of love and loss from a young girl who immigrates from India to the U.S.A. who tries to find her new roots while yearning for her homeland.
INSIDE: One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage by Susan Marie Conrad – an adventure of mind and body
Eloquent writing, striking photos: an adventure of mind & body and the astounding power and beauty of nature of the PNW.
Fresh perspectives and insights about anxiety and self-image that resonate with emotion while providing readers a fun & candid experience of a fascinating social experiment.
LeClair will capture your heart with her direct honesty and fairytale-like prose. Her engaging memoir will not disappoint readers as she recounts the family drama and abuse she survived from the 1960s.
This candidly and well-written memoir will resonate with childhood sexual abuse survivors and their allies. An impetus for a much-needed culture shift - empowering children to report abuse and for grown-ups to listen to them.
Boating season begins in the Pacific Northwest on the first Saturday in May, a tradition which goes back to the 1920's. To celebrate, we thought we would offer you this superb reading list of true story boating adventures by local northwest authors.
A story set in the 1970’s that provides remarkable insight into the lives of a family exploring the open ocean and discovering new cultures and people.
Set in an era of innocence and simplicity, this engaging coming-of-age memoir that is set in the late 1930s and early 1940s is filled with challenge, humor, and self-discovery from the viewpoint of a young boy.
Rene’s novel paints a new perspective on the renowned artist Vincent Van Gogh through the eyes of Maria Hoornik. Family, poverty, and genius blend themselves together in a mesmerizing canvas of tragedy and hope.
FIVE THOUSAND BROTHERS-IN-LAW: LOVE IN ANGOLA PRISON: A MEMOIR Shannon Hager – A rare and authentic view inside the US penal system
A rare, vibrant view of a complex, dangerous, and at times, inhuman subculture of contemporary society--Five Thousand Brothers-in-Law communicates a significant and compelling message about the poor and oppressed—whoever they are, no matter what their misdeeds.