John Lewis's trilogy concludes in this final volume as he and hundreds of thousands others prepare to march across Mississippi to register to vote.
On the Fiery Ride to Freedom (March: Vol. 2 – A Book Review)
Book two follows John Lewis and his fellow activists as they continue to fight for desegregation and freedom by partaking in freedom rides and protesting. Tensions rise higher and higher from outside forces as well as inside.
Where It Begins (March Vol.1 – A Book Review)
In this first volume. Congressman John Lewis details his time going to school, college, and his part in de-segregation, starting with sit-ins at counters in diners and even his first meeting with Martin Luther King Jr.
Summer Booklist 2021 Non-Fiction Edition
The final booklist: Non-Fiction. Sometimes you like the true stories. I don't, but some do and that's great. From small town stories to worldly. From self-identity to true crime. There's a little something for all. Have a good summer!
This Isn’t A Summer Camp (Maus II A Survivor’s Tale : And Here My Troubles Began – A Book Review)
In this second volume, Art follows his father's story of his time in Auschwitz during the Holocaust and his struggle to survive while also still butting heads with the man.
Summer Booklist 2020- Nonfiction Edition
The Nonfiction Summer Booklist is here!
Blast to the Past – A Book List
Love a good historical novel? This book list is for you!
Soon You’ll Be an Osiris (Thebes of the Hundred Gates – A Book Review)
Thebes of the Hundred Gates
Author: Robert Silverberg
Edward Davis is sent back in time to Ancient Egypt to find two agents of the Time Service that have gotten lost in time. He only has a short time to find them before he gets stuck in the history of time as well. He'll encounter many obstacles and dangers on his mission. It's the allure that may have him staying.
Gnomes and Yellow Stars (Friedrich – A Book Review)
You start the book with a garden gnome named Polycarp that is seemingly happy and end with the same Gnome, destroyed by terror...this novel brings you up close with a Jewish family that experienced the Holocaust firsthand from discrimination to being collected up and deported...Anne Frank is compelling and Friedrich stands right beside it, telling a strong tale of another child during one of the darkest times in history.