Biographies

Santa Claus Is for Real: A True Christmas Fable about the Magic of Believing Charles Edward Hall

SANTA CLAUS IS FOR REAL: A TRUE CHRISTMAS FABLE ABOUT THE MAGIC OF BELIEVING is indeed a warm and fuzzy true tale that will delight all ages when Charles Edward Hall explains how he became Santa. 

 

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Offensive Conduct: My Life on the Line John Hannah

OFFENSIVE CONDUCT: MY LIFE ON THER LINE is an inside look at both college and pro football and chronicles the ups and downs of a driven, successful athlete, ultimately and completely redeemed through grace and faith. This title has been selected as a Booksmith Timeless Classic, meaning it is among the best of...

Dare to Take Charge: How to Live Your Life on Purpose Judge Glenda Hatchett

DARE TO TAKE CHARGE: HOW TO LIVE YOUR LIFE ON PURPOSE is loaded with insight that will inspire the reader to actually make changes that affect their life in a positive manner. 

 

THIS COPY was signed by Judge Hatchett on a book plate. It is a new, unread first edition opened only for the...

I'm Keith Hernandez Keith Hernandez

I'M KEITH HERNANDEZ is the story of the life of one of modern baseball's most talented first basemen. From his youth spent in California sandlots to his storied career with the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Mets, the man himself offers commentary and details with his trademark humor and frankness. This title...

The Age of Eisenhower: America and the World in the 1950s William Hitchcock

THE AGE OF EISENHOWER: AMERICA AND THE WORLD IN THE 1950s is a comprehensive look at the Eisenhower administration and the impact it had on the post-WWII world. From Eisenhower's peacekeeping efforts to his early advocacy for civil rights, this page-turner uses primary sources from Eisenhower's presidential library and...

Hemingway in Love: His Own Story A. E. Hotchner

HEMINGWAY IN LOVE: HIS OWN STORY was compiled from years of personal visits and tape recordings. Because of the very sensitive content, A.E. Hotchner's close friendship with Ernest Hemingway and consideration for the feelings of those involved, he waited fifty years to bring out the fascinating truth. This...

The Newspaper Boy Chervis Isom

THE NEWSPAPER BOY: COMING OF AGE IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, DURING THE CIVIL RIGHTS ERA is a touching memoir of a Southern boy raised as a racist who has become a beacon in the Civil Rights struggle. This is a wonderful, warm, feel-good turnaround story that will touch all readers.

 

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Grace and Grit: My Fight for Equal Pay and Fairness at Goodyear and Beyond Lanier Isom

GRACE AND GRIT: MY FIGHT FOR EQUAL PAY AND FAIRNESS AT GOODYEAR AND BEYOND chronicles the struggle of all women in the workplace, but tells the story of one Alabama employee at Goodyear who fought all the way to the Supreme Court, and finally to the White House. The first bill signed by  President Obama was called "The...

The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter's Journey to Reconciliation Peggy Wallace Kennedy
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The World's Largest Man Harrison Scott Key

THE WORLD'S LARGEST MAN reads more like a novel than a memoir, with a son attempting to be just like his larger-than-life father, but falling short. Along the way, the reader is treated to dynamite humor and finally the realization of a grown man understanding his father, although it took a lifetime to do so.

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