• December 2013

      My Friend Suhana

      A Story of Friendship and Cerebral Palsy

      by Shaila Abdullah (Author),Aanyah Abdullah (Author)

      A simple tale of love and friendship to warm your heart Award-winning author and designer Shaila Abdullah teams up with her 10-year-old daughter Aanyah to bring you this heartwarming tale of a little girl who forms a close bond with a

    • September 2012

      Soul Rape

      Recovering Personhood after Abuse

      by Heyward Ewart (Author)

      Find Your Way to Freedom Today! If you were abused or neglected as a child, chances are that you have been your whole life, whether you are a man, a woman, or a teen. Child abuse so mangles the personality that the victim unconscious

    • November 2015

      The Gentling Workbook for Teen and Adult Survivors of Child Abuse

      by William E. Krill (Author)

      Gentling is a therapeutic approach to people who have experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse as children and have acquired Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result. Gentling has redefined PTSD in child abuse survivors by identif

    • October 2010

      Homeless Narratives & Pretreatment Pathways

      From Words to Housing

      by Jay S. Levy (Author),David W. Havens (Foreword)

      On any given night, there are over 643,000 homeless people residing in shelters and on the streets across America. What can we do to help? "Levy crafts stories of characters who sear the memory: Old Man Ray, the World War II vete

    • March 2011

      The Whole Youth Worker

      Advice on Professional, Personal, and Physical Wellness from the Trenches

      by Jay Tucker (Author),Jeanne Mayo (Foreword)

      Being a youth minister is not for the meek! Youth ministry is difficult and you need every useful resource you can get your hands on. The Whole Youth Worker, 2nd Edition is advice straight from the heart of a guy who has b

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      July 2016

      K. V. Dominic Essential Readings and Study Guide

      Poems about Social Justice, Women's Rights, and the Environment

      by K. V. Dominic

      K. V. Dominic Essential Readings gathers for the first time the three most important works of poetry from this shining new light of contemporary Indian verse in English: Winged Reason, Write Son, Write andMulticultural Symphony. A fourth collection of 22 previously unpublished poems round out a complete look at the first 12 years of Dominic’s prolific and profound verse. Each poem includes unique Study Guide questions suitable for South Asian studies curricula.Written in free verse, each of his poems makes the reader contemplate on intellectual, philosophical, spiritual, political, and social issues of the present world. Themes range from multiculturalism, environmental issues, social mafia, caste-ism, exploitation of women and children, poverty, and corruption to purely introspective matters. From the observation of neighborhood life to international events, and everyday forgotten tragedies of India, nothing escapes the grasp of Dominic’s keen sense of the fragility of life and morality in the modern world.

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      July 2016

      Saris and a Single Malt

      by Sweta Srivastava Vikram

      Saris and a Single Malt is a moving collection of poems written by a daughter for and about her mother. The book spans the time from when the poet receives a phone call in New York City that her mother is in a hospital in New Delhi, to the tim

    • Children's & YA
      May 2016

      Jenny and her Dog Both Fight Cancer

      A Tale of Chemotherapy and Caring

      by Jewel Kats, Claudia Marie Lenart

      Jenny, a young girl undergoing treatment for cancer, discovers that her best friend, Dolly, also has cancer. Dolly is the family's dog, who has always been at Jenny's side through trying times, and Jenny vows to support Dolly as well.

    • Health & Personal Development
      February 2016

      REPAIR Your Life

      A Program for Recovery from Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse

      by Marjorie McKinnon

      R.E.P.A.I.R. is a Six-Stage Program for abuse survivors that will transform your life forever! Recognize and accept your adult problems stemming from childhood sexual abuse. Enter into a commitment

    • Self-help & personal development
      November 2016

      The Happiness Perspective

      by Diane Wing

    • February 2015

      A Manual for Marco

      Living, Learning, and Laughing With an Autistic Sibling

      by Shaila Abdullah (Author),Iman Tejpar (Illustrator)

      An 8-year old girl decides to make a list of all the things she likes and dislikes about dealing with her autistic brother, and in doing so realizes that she has created A Manual for Marco. "Through her genuine and caring accounts

    • September 2010

      Kaleidoscope

      An Asian Journey with Colors

      by Sweta Srivastava Vikram (Author)

      About the Author Sweta Srivastava Vikram is a multi-genre writer and marketing professional living in New York City. She is the author of Because All Is Not Lost from Modern History Press and the co-author of Whispering

    • December 2005

      Life Skills

      Improve the Quality of Your Life with Metapsychology

      by Marian K. Volkman (Author)

      Metapsychology, as developed by Frank A.Gerbode, MD, is a subject rich in philosophy and practical application. Much of Applied Metapsychology makes use of one-on-one session work to achieve the individual's personal goals - from relieving

    • June 2007

      The Story That Must Be Told

      True Tales of Transformation

      by Victor Volkman (Editor),Irene Watson (Editor)

      What will you do when life puts you to the ultimate test? This slim volume contains 21 true stories of courage, love, endurance, and undying hope from people around the USA and UK. Follow each of our authors as they detail what it took

    • December 2006

      Beyond Trauma

      Conversations on Traumatic Incident Reduction

      by Victor R. Volkman (Editor)

      TIR, or Traumatic Incident Reduction, is a unique regressive, repetitive, desensitization procedure--highly focused, directive, and controlled, yet at the same time wholly person-centered, non-interpretive, and non-judgmental. Developed by

    • May 2012

      I'm Not Weird, I Have Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

      Alexandra's Journey

      by Chynna T. Laird (Author)

      Through Understanding Comes Respect and Love This book was inspired by the author's daughter, Jaimie, who struggles with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) every day. It was written to validate Jaimie's feelings and to show her other

    • January 2010

      Not Just Spirited

      A Mom's Sensational Journey with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

      by Chynna T. Laird (Author),Shane Steadman (Foreword)

      What would you do if your child suffered with something so severe it affected every aspect of her life? And what if your cries for help fell on deaf ears at every turn? You'd follow your gut and fight until someone listened.

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