A fictional book set in Paris, France. The book discusses philosophy, culture, the class system and more – sometimes on account of a strong story.
Emily Brontë (30 July 1818 — 19 December 1848). While I’m not a big fan of the Brontë sisters, I certainly do appreciate their contributions to literature.
The book “Tobacco Wars” was a strange one. I’ve had several questions about ti and Mr. Seesequasis was kind enough to answer them.
Following the adventures of Pocahontas and Ben Johnson in the early 17th Century Tobacco Wars By Paul Seesequasis traverses the world
In this book, Baum introduces some new characters: Jack Pumpkinhead, Mombi the witch among others which are very imaginative
Colleen Morton Busch wrote “Fire Monks” which tells the story of monks trying to save their sanctuary during the California wildfires winch ravaged the state.
The book is in a funny/serious travelogue, part smart history and part investigative report into Bingham’s discovery all encompassed in an unbending adventure
Check out some Fun Facts about Raymond Chandler (July 23, 1888 – March 26, 1959), creator of the detective Philip Marlowe.
Several pages of this book are dedicated to misconceptions about the moon landing and Mr. Armstrong’s life, especially those circulating in cyberspace
While this is certainly not a history book, the lives of the women follow the national struggles (civil rights for example) which got national attention