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  • Like Any Normal Dayby Mark Jr. Kram

    St. Martin's Press 2012; US$ 8.99

    Winner of the 2013 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports Writing, Like Any Normal Day is a profound, powerful narrative of a golden boy's tragedy, a woman's unlived life, and a brother's complicated devotion. In the mid-1970s, brothers Buddy and Jimmy Miley were close, both on the verge of impressive athletic careers. A promising high school quarterback,... more...

  • Living in the Labyrinthby Diana Mcgowin

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00

    Living In The Labyrinth  is the story of how one woman found the strength and the courage to cope with a devastating disease that has afflicted five million Americans. Far from being an exercise in self-pity or a standard autobiography, this is an unflinching and ultimately uplifting look at a debilitating illness from the inside out. more...

  • The Long Ride Homeby Rupert Isaacson

    Horse Boy Press 2015; US$ 4.99

    When his son Rowan was diagnosed with autism, Rupert Isaacson feared they might never communicate. But when he discovered Rowan responded to horses, they traveled to Mongolia - thespiritual home of the horse - where shaman banished the tantrums, the incontinence, andthe hopeless isolation.A year later, Rowan started regressing. Only then did Rupert... more...

  • Looking for Darwinby Lloyd Spencer Davis

    Random House New Zealand 2014; US$ 23.62

    An award-winning zoologist travels in Charles Darwin's footsteps, and in search of the meaning of life. In one of the most inhospitable places on Earth, zoologist Lloyd Spencer Davis comes face to face with an enraged leopard seal. Towering ice cliffs, a ferocious creature of the deep, and the extreme Antarctic environment all turn Davis's world view... more...

  • A Lot Can Happen In A Year And A Halfby Conor Reidy

    Original Writing 2010; US$ 9.95

    Conor was diagnosed with a very rare and aggressive form of liver cancer in April 2009 when he was just five years of age. He required high risk chemotherapy treatment in Dublin?s Crumlin Children?s Hospital, which his little body was barely able to cope with, and a very high priority liver transplant in London. This followed a dramatic early morning... more...

  • The Man Who Forgot How to Readby Howard Engel; Oliver Sacks

    St. Martin's Press 2008; US$ 8.99

    The remarkable journey of an award-winning writer struck with a rare and devastating affliction that prevented him from reading even his own writing One hot midsummer morning, novelist Howard Engel picked up his newspaper from his front step and discovered he could no longer read it. The letters had mysteriously jumbled themselves into something... more...

  • Mary Putnam Jacobi and the Politics of Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Americaby Carla Bittel

    The University of North Carolina Press 2012; US$ 29.99

    In the late nineteenth century, as Americans debated the "woman question," a battle over the meaning of biology arose in the medical profession. Some medical men claimed that women were naturally weak, that education would make them physically ill, and that women physicians endangered the profession. Mary Putnam Jacobi (1842-1906), a physician from... more...

  • Miracle Survivorsby Tami Boehmer

    Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 24.95

    Tami Boehmer: Tami Boehmer started her career in health care public relations but was thrust into the world of a patient in 2008, when she was diagnosed with metastatic/stage IV cancer. Seeking hope, she interviewed people nationwide who defied the odds of terminal cancer for this book and her award-winning website and blog, Her website, From Incurable... more...

  • Mom's Marijuanaby Dan Shapiro

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 15.95

    A young man battles Hodgkin's disease and survives--with more than a little help from his Mom--in this wry and uplifting memoir about life, love, and beating the odds. When Dan Shapiro's decidely anti-drug mom put aside her convictions and grew marijuana in her backyard garden (behind a discrete screen of sunflowers), he learned that in the face of... more...

  • Monkey Mindby Daniel Smith

    Simon & Schuster 2012; US$ 16.00

    Daniel Smith?s Monkey Mind is the stunning articulation of what it is like to live with anxiety. As he travels through anxiety?s demonic layers, Smith defangs the disorder with great humor and evocatively expresses its self-destructive absurdities and painful internal coherence. Aaron Beck, the most influential doctor in modern psychotherapy, says... more...