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Footsteps of Federer: A Fan’s Pilgrimage Across 7 Swiss Cantons in 10 Acts

Publication Date: 03/02/2021

A writer and tennis player seeks inspiration by traveling in the footsteps of Roger Federer in the wake of a serious illness. Roger Federer could live anywhere in the world, but he always returns to the place he loves most: Switzerland. Dave Seminara is a mad traveler and tennis lifer…

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The Physics of Climate Change

Publication Date: 03/02/2021

The first book to briefly and clearly present the science of climate change in a way that is accessible to laypeople, providing the perspective needed to understand and assess the foundations and predictions of climate change. “Brilliant and fundamental, this is the necessary book about our prime global emergency. Here…

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Abortion at the Crossroads: Three Paths Forward in the Struggle to Protect the Unborn

Publication Date: 02/16/2021

A brief look at what’s gone right for the prolife movement, what’s gone wrong, and what’s to come. The Great Escape, a 1963 film beloved by many, portrays an escape by allied prisoners of war from a German POW camp. The prisoners work on three tunnels simultaneously, calling them Tom,…

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Arsenal of Hope: Tactics for Taking on PTSD, Together

Publication Date: 02/23/2021

A guide that empowers family members combating post-traumatic stress on the home front, offering hope, purpose, and tangible solutions. This book provides definitions and real-life examples of complex PTSD and complex secondary PTSD (seen in a rapidly rising number of spouses and children), and the problems that arise when untreated.…

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The Peanut Butter Promise: Spreading Hope to Fulfill Your Purpose!

Publication Date: 01/26/2021

There is an incredible plan and purpose for your life! There are things only you can do! You have been assigned a mission that only you can complete! Of the 7.7 billion people inhabiting the earth, there’s only ever been, and will only ever be, one exactly like you! You’re…

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Black and White: How the Left is Destroying the Dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. and our Founding Fathers

Publication Date: 02/02/2021

The Left is out to destroy the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. and it is up to the conservatives of our country—conservatives of all races—to not only understand what is happening, but also stand strong in order to Make America Great Again. Criminal profiler Pat Brown and her business…

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Them Before Us: Why We Need a Global Children’s Rights Movement

Publication Date: 02/23/2021

You probably know the adult viewpoints on marriage, infertility, reproductive technologies, same-sex parenting, divorce, and adoption. But have you ever considered the kids’ perspective? Them Before Us has flipped the script on adult-centric attitudes toward marriage, parenthood, and reproductive technologies by framing these issues around a child’s right to be…

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America’s Covert Border War: The Untold Story of the Nation’s Battle to Prevent Jihadist Infiltration

Publication Date: 02/23/2021

This is the untold story of a secret American border program created to prevent terrorist infiltration over the U.S. Southwest Border, how it succeeded in apprehending jihadists, why it’s failing at a time when the risk of border infiltration attack is elevated, and what should be done to repair the…

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The Stutter Steps: Proven Pathways to Speaking Confidently and Living Courageously

Publication Date: 01/26/2021

If you’re a stutterer, this is the book that could change your life. For those who stutter and their families, this is a motivating and informative guide of proven strategies and therapies, featuring real-life success stories and examples from many high-profile individuals and celebrities, as well as people of all…

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Dumb and Dumber: How Cuomo and de Blasio Ruined New York

Publication Date: 02/23/2021

Thanks to the policies of Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, the glory days of the Empire State and the Big Apple are long behind them. In America’s early days, most immigrants entered America through New York. For many, New York was synonymous with America and the American dream itself—a…

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