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Ronson offers up a compelling analysis of the consequences of public shaming, particularly in the Twittersphere specifically and internet era in general.
Set in the Ottoman Empire during World War I, and in contemporary Los Angeles, Orhan's Inheritance tells the story of one man coming to terms with his family's and his nation's past.
The book begins with a vivid description of the sea, a clifftop view and the author, Matt Haig, thinking about whether to die. These are viscerally written, painful scenes and thankfully Haig changes his mind and turns back from the edge.
Against the backdrop of an immigrant experience, Cat Thao tells of her coming of age in Australia, haunted by lingering trauma but buoyed by instincts of hope, reinvention and survival.
The Empathy Way Teacher's Manual accompanies The Empathy Way book collection. Dr. Paris presents a comprehensive Empathy in Education Program (grades K-3), and the Empathy Buddy Program (grades 4-6).
A gifted Canadian writer's fictionalized account of her family's struggle with suicide -- that of her father and her older sister.