A deadly inheritance

The compelling story of one family’s courageous fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

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A reason to cheer

Hard times and failing farms afflicted Oklahoma in 1931, but a basketball team of scrappy young women and one determined coach gave them a reason to cheer. In their new-fangled red satin uniforms (goodbye bloomers!) and worn Converse sneakers the Oklahoma Presbyterian College Cardinals dazzled the crowds with their talent, teamwork and jaw-dropping record. Lydia […]

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Weed ’em and weep

To weed a print book is to lay on your hands and receive a bit of its spirit.

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Terror in the night

All the black residents of Forsyth County left their homes, their fields, their schools, their churches and began new lives across the county line.

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Product dog

Man’s best friend is produced, packaged, distributed, marketed and sold just like any other commodity.

New cake pans

Because everyone needs a giant cupcake in their life!

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North to Alaska

A tender story of a father and daughter in the Alaska wilds.

Decades of abuse

So sad you’ll wish you could stop reading, but so well-written you won’t be able to.