Here are some must-read Holocaust memoirs and books based on true accounts everyone should read.
In the unprecedented tumult of 2020, these inspirational tales of remarkable people provided a new vantage point from which to view the broadening horizon of this vast and changing world. These are true stories of love and loss, of family, faith, and failure, of self-examination, confession, and success against all odds. Within these pages, the authors leave their mark on a world made just a little better, a little brighter, and a little more informed. Here are some of the year’s best memoirs: 1. A promised Land by Barack Obama Former President Barack Obama’s critically acclaimed memoir is wonderfully rich …
As we celebrate Fourth of July, let’s remember the groups of people who weren’t free for the first Independence Day. Let’s look at some books that paint an actual picture of America.
Let’s remember that many within marginalized groups have amazing stories to tell, and if we’re not careful we’ll miss them. So on Tell a Story Day especially, let’s listen to those who are constantly pushed aside; you might be surprised by the tales they’ll tell!