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  • Kafka Comes to America

    Fighting for Justice in the War on Terror

    by Steven T. Wax

    American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award — Winner in the Book categoryIndependent Publishers — Winner of the Gold Medal in the Autobiography/Memoir categoryForeWord Book of the Year Awards — Winner of the Bronze Medal in the Social Science categoryThe Eric Hoffer Award - Winner in the Memoir categoryA public defender’s dedicated struggle to rescue two innocent men from the recent Kafkaesque ... Read more

    $13.99 USD

  • Boston Tangle

    Regency Comes to America

    by Judith Lown

    Boston. It seems like the perfect place for Drusilla Fortesque to escape to after the man she is secretly in love with—Captain Jack Hatton—proposes a quickie marriage in a most offhanded, insulting fashion. She refuses him and they part in bitterness, Jack to Russia and Drusilla back to the doldrums of Bath. So is it any wonder that she accepts an invitation to a new world, hoping to forget the ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • 2020 Pakn Treger Translation Issue

    Yiddish Comes to America

    by Pakn Treger and 1 more

    Yiddish Comes to America is an anthology of newly translated memoir, stories, and poems about the triumphs, challenges, and possibilities encountered by Yiddish-speaking immigrants to "di goldene medine," the golden country of America. The collection includes work by well-known Yiddish writers such as Isaac Bashevis Singer, Avrom Reyzen, and Joseph Opatoshu along with newly rediscovered figures ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • Maggie Comes to America

    by Barry Guinagh

    Chapter 1The year was 1848 and the potato famine was driving the Irish to America. Uncle Eddie, who had a reputation for being a drunkard, arrived at his sister Peggys home ready to go to Boston on a ship leaving in two days. He wanted to take Peggys family. In Boston they would stay with their sister Catherine who ran a boarding house for men. Peggy had two girls in the family, Maggie and Fanny. ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • Lafayette Comes To America

    by Louis Gottschlk

    Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette or known better to history as simply Lafayette was one of the great generals of the American Revolution and is still hailed as a hero in the United States and France, having been instrumental in the French Revolution as well. This is a fascinating biography, perfect for any fan of military history. ... Read more

    $8.99 USD

  • Decio Comes to America

    by John Decio DeCotis

    This is a story of a young man named Decio who emigrates from his country of Italy to seek a better life in America. Like many immigrants of his time in the early 1900s, he left his family and all that he had known to start a new life. His story is one of hope for him and his future generations. After all, the work in the factories was plentiful, and the streets were “paved with gold.” Through ... Read more

    $8.99 USD

  • Mourning the Unborn Dead

    A Buddhist Ritual Comes to America

    by Jeff Wilson

    Many Western visitors to Japan have been struck by the numerous cemeteries for aborted fetuses, which are characterized by throngs of images of the Bodhisattva Jizo, usually dressed in red baby aprons or other baby garments, and each dedicated to an individual fetus. Abortion is common in Japan and as a consequence one of the frequently performed rituals in Japanese Buddhism is mizuko-kuyo, a ... Read more

    $53.99 USD

  • The Nutcracker Comes to America

    How Three Ballet-Loving Brothers Created a Holiday Tradition

    by Cathy Gendron and 1 more

    Every December, The Nutcracker comes to life in theaters all across the United States. But how did this 19th-century Russian ballet become such a big part of the holidays in 21st-century America?Meet Willam, Harold, and Lew Christensen, three small-town Utah boys who caught the ballet bug from an uncle in the early 1900s. They performed alongside elephants and clowns on vaudeville, immersed ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • Arab Winter Comes to America

    The Truth About the War We're In

    by Robert Spencer

    Overlooked by our media, purposely obscured by our own government, and unnoticed by the vast majority of Americans, the turmoil of the Islamic world’s “Arab Spring” has become an “Arab Winter,” bringing new threats of terror to America. New York Times bestselling author Robert Spencer, an expert on Islam and terrorism, reveals why America is shockingly unequipped to face this threat. InArab Winter ... Read more

    $14.99 USD

  • Audiobook

    Arab Winter Comes to America

    The Truth about the War We’re In

    by Robert Spencer

    Narrated by Russell Niemand

    Unabridged

    9 hours 14 min

    When the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon, it was astark sign that the Arab Spring had arrived in America. Clearly, the unrest andinstability sweeping across the Middle East—from Egypt to Syria—can no longerbe ignored as a problem “over there.”Bestselling author and jihad expert Robert Spencer unveilsthe shocking truth behind the mainstream media’s propaganda about the Arab Springand shows ... Read more

    $19.95 USD or FREE with audiobook trial

  • Main Street

    "When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross."

    by Sinclair Lewis

    Harry Sinclair Lewis (7th February, 1885 10th January, 1951) was the first American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1930 "for his vigorous and graphic art of description and his ability to create, with wit and humour, new types of characters." Whilst an accurate description of his writing it misses the central theme and tone of his work which is more evident from his own words in ... Read more

    $4.69 USD

  • Montessori Comes to America

    The Leadership of Maria Montessori and Nancy McCormick Rambusch

    by Phyllis Povell

    What role did women's leadership play in the introduction and revival of the Montessori Method in America? Phyllis Povell explores this question through the contributions of Maria Montessori and Nancy McCormick Rambusch, who brought the Montessori Method to the American educational scene.Introduced to the U. S. in the early 20th century by Montessori herself, the Method lapsed into oblivion after ... Read more

    $35.59 USD