- Life, with Cancer: The Lauren Terrazzano Story
Lauren Terrazzano was a journalist for Newsdayâpart of two Pulitzer-winning reporting teamsâwho died of lung cancer before she turned 40.
- The Lost Prince
There’s also a nosy school reporter, Kenzie, on the trail of the rumors surrounding Ethan.
- Women of the Revolution: Forty Years of Feminism
Through interviews with powerhouses like Gloria Steinem, Oprah Winfrey, and Betty Friedan, and the inspired reporting of legendary figures past and present, including Jill Tweedie, Andrea Dworkin, bell hooks, and Ariel Levy, editor Kira Cochrane presents a fascinating window into the heart of femin
- My Heart Is Boundless: Writings of Abigail May Alcott, Louisa's Mother (Original)
Most fascinating are the excerpts from Abigail’s reports as a welfare worker in Boston; her desire to provide work and just wages for the poor along with relief ring a startlingly contemporary bell.
- Bottled Up: How the Way We Feed Babies Has Come to Define Motherhood, and Why It Shouldn't
Society’s goal, she contends, should be to support all mothers in their right to choose what is best for themselves, their babies, and their families.
- Back to Blood
Yet despite flashes of "the right stuff", his latest novel comprises not an exposÃ© of popular culture so much as a lurid compendium of clichÃ©s.
- The Man on the Third Floor
Walter Samson is a senior editor at Griffin House, a respected Manhattan publisher, where he discovers the right-wing “cash cow” author Edgar Fleming.
- Living with Guns: A Liberal's Case for the Second Amendment
Less scholarly but still valuable are his memories of when firearms did not divide right and left, and when the NRA was mostly associated with safety training.
- I Want to Help
While the text reports Emily’s strengths (“She can count to fourteen./ She can write her own name/ She can tell what is different and what is the same”), Hayashi’s mixed-media vignettes demonstrate that she can also be tone-deaf to the rights and feelings of her classmates
- Who Stole the American Dream?
Smith, a Pulitzer-winning former New York Times reporter and expert on Russia and the Pentagon Papers, is comprehensive and compelling in his coverage and blame laying.
- Never Leave Your Block: Adventures in Urban Living
Everything you need to know is right there.”
- Blood Relative
Thomas keeps the chills coming right up to the satisfying conclusion.
- The Devil's Dime
Meanwhile, Pepper, blindly smitten with Addie, pens a column that inadvertently leads the corrupt Trumbull right to Ford's door, putting the old man's life on the line.
- The Firing of Stephen Ledberg
Beginning on a light note, the novel introduces hapless reporter Stephen Ledberg, who discovers some naughty dealings on a golf course.
- A Twist of Faith: An American Christian's Quest to Help Orphans in Africa
His talents and zeal take him to Malawi, where he gets an education in how to do things the right, and wrong, way.