Here is a list of new books that I have curated that you should add to your AccuTeach shelf today. I hope that you will enjoy these new books. Some of them have not been published as yet, however, you are able to pre-order if you would like.
Untitled Nonfiction on the Kennedy Assassination
With the 50th anniversary of the death of John F. Kennedy fast approaching, author Philip Shenon is shining a brightened light on the investigation into the death of JFK by the Warren Commission in his yet to be titled book “Untitled Nonfiction on the Kennedy Assassination“. Shenon also wrote the book The Commission: The Uncensored History of 9/11 which attacked the 9/11 Commission and its ties to the Bush Administration.
The Party’s Over: How the Extreme Right Hijacked the GOP and I Became a Democrat
by Charlie Crist and Ellis Henican
Former Florida Senator and Govenor, Charlie Crist, appears to have coincided the release of his new book “The Party’s over: How the Extreme Right Hijacked the GOP and I became a Democrat” with elections in 2014. The date set for release is February 4, 2014 and the book will be co-authored by Ellis Henican. Crist is widely expected to make another run for office in 2014 as Governor of the state of Florida.
According to a post on Henican’s blog:
“He will name names and offer a frank indictment of the failings of the Republican Party. THE PARTY’S OVER will reveal: the inside story of Crist’s 2010 Senate primary campaign against Marco Rubio; his journey from inner circle to persona non grata, thanks to his literal embrace of President Obama; his very frank opinions on Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, and other top-tier Republicans; why he announced his party switch at the White House Christmas party; what he’s learned as a member of both parties; and why he remains convinced that the two-party system can still work—with the right leadership.”
The post continued, “I have now seen both these parties at the highest levels from the inside. In the book, I’ll share my very strong feelings about what’s happened to the Republicans, how the party I grew up in has been hijacked by extremists, losing its compassion and common sense. I’ll describe exactly what I saw and what it made me realize. I have been a Democrat for seven months now. I have found a wonderful new home.”
My Innocent Mind Before Vietnam: After Vietnam a True Story About PTSD
by Banana Banana
My Innocent Mind Before Vietnam, Terry Belanger under the nick-name Banana Banana seeks to capture and the present the effects of living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This autobiography outlines how a “normal” smalltown young man drafted to fight in the Vietnam War. The book outlines the struggles of living with PTSD to this day since serving between 1969 and 1970 that continues to this day. This book delves into the stuggles of fighting the government to get recognition and assistance for his treatment for the trauma he experienced fighting for the country. Belanger was quoted by the Mainely Media encouraging veterans to get help for PTSD as soon aspossible saying:
“At a younger stage, if you deal with it right away, you have a decent chance to have a pretty normal lifestyle.”
A Better Way : Where Least Is Most
by David Zachariah Glover
Inspired by illnesses and eventual death of his grandson at 4 years old, David Zachariah Glover founded PURE Ministries. The acronym Pure means:
P: Perfectly created by a loving sovereign God, designed for His purposes.
U: Unique in his or her own gifts, blessings, talents, desires, and contributions.
R: Receptive and responsive to our communication, touch and acts of love.
E: Eternal: there are no disabled souls.
A Better Way details the positives that Pure people add to our lives.
“He uses even PURE people for His glory and we can learn so much if we just open our eyes and observe.“- David Zachariah Glover
You Build a Business With People
by Eric M. Johnson
You Build a Business With People is a new book by Eric Johnson that chronicles the life of an Iowa entrepreneur,
E.P. Arnold. With a snippet posted on his website, Eric Johnson said:
“Whether you are a budding entrepreneur or a history buff looking for a taste of life in the early 20th century, the story of E.P. Arnold and the business he built is a testament to doing things the right way. The traits he cultivated during his life are just as applicable today as they were nearly 90 years ago when he took a leap of faith and started his business with $500 and a dream.”
Today, the Arnold Motor Company operates under the umbrella of the Arnold Group of companies.
The book is centered around E.P Arnold and how he grew his very successful company up and out of very difficult circumstances, The Great Depression, and he eventually sold the company to his employees.
Eric Johnson was quoted by AfterMarket News saying:
“The majority of the book tells the story of Mr. Arnold. I wanted to put him in the context of the history. The book is about him and what was going on around him at the time. It is relevant today because the challenges faced by Mr. Arnold are similar to those faced by entrepreneurs and small businesses today in a challenging economic environment.”
Today, the business has grown to include 60 locations across five states and employs more than 600 people, according to data provided by AfterMarket News.
Surgeon in Blue: Jonathan Letterman, the Civil War Doctor Who Pioneered Battlefield Care
by Scott McGaugh
The Surgeon in Blue details the experiences and contributions of Civil War field doctor, Jonathan Letterman. The book outlines that prior to the Civil War, detailed plans to deal with the wounded, ill and the dead were not outlined. Therefore, the effects of dealing with the casualties of the Civil War was a disaster. Letterman served as the chief medical officer for the Army of the Potomac during the Indian Wars and was able to reform policies and procedures. Due to the policies and procedures put in place by Letterman, untold lives were saved. His contributions to military medicine is being taught to this day in military academies across the country.
The Communion of Saints: Talking to God and To Grandma
by Mary Grace
The book, “The Communion of Saints: Talking to God and To Grandma, ” is about communicating with loved ones even after they have passed away.
“As long as there are people dying, there will be people left behind who long to maintain that connection with a loved one who has passed. For grieving Roman Catholics, however, it is more difficult because the church prohibits the faithful from practicing spirit communication, also known as “spiritualism.” Mary Grace stated on the website Gift of Grace Ministry.
The author, Mary Grace, explains on the Livingston County News site that:
“Anyone can communicate with their loved ones on the other side. We all have that sixth sense, or psychic ability.” Mary explains that “The ground-breaking message of the book is that this communication, the ‘Communion of Saints’, is a God-given gift which can be better understood through the science of parapsychology.”
“If we can talk to God and the saints in heaven, why can’t we talk to Grandma in heaven?”- Mary Grace
Rebels and King’s Men: Bertie County in the Revolutionary War
by Gerald W. Thomas
Rebels and King’s Men, by Gerald Thomas outlines the division that existed in a small North Carolina community during the Revolutionary War period. The author describes the book saying:
“Rebels and King’s Men documents the contributions of Bertie citizens to the war effort and chronicles their service and sacrifices. Men from the county served in significant numbers in North Carolina’s Continental Line regiments and companies of the county’s detached militia. Contrarily, a segment of the populace devoutly supported King George III and became entwined in a Loyalist conspiracy that sprouted in the northeastern region of North Carolina during the spring and summer of 1777.”
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