The Naked Truth by Leslie Morgan
When Leslie Morgan divorced after a twenty-year marriage, both her self-esteem and romantic optimism were shattered. But instead of letting it bring her down, Leslie celebrated her independence, uncovered new truths about sex, aging, men, self-confidence, and what it means to be an older woman today.
The Queen by Josh Levin
In 1974, Chicago, a detective who investigated a phony burglary reported by Linda Taylor discovered that she was really a welfare cheat who drove a Cadillac to collect ill-gotten government checks, a kidnapper, and possibly a murderer. This book tells her story and is also a fascinating account of American racism and an exposé of the "welfare queen" myth.
Dutch Girl by Robert Matzen
Though several biographies have chronicled Audrey Hepburn’s stardom, none have covered her intense experiences throughout five years of Nazi occupation in the Netherlands. This biography charts Audrey’s triumphs and struggles during that period of her life.
The Honey Bus by Meredith May
Meredith May, five years old with recently divorced parents, found herself in the care of her grandfather who was an eccentric beekeeper and made honey in a rusty old military bus in the yard. After the first time a honeybee crawled on her arm, bees became a guiding force in May’s life, and she discovered that everything she needed to know about life and family was right before her eyes, in the secret world of bees.
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