Decision Making & Spiritual Discernment: The Sacred Art of Finding Your Way by Nancy Bieber (GRS '72, English). (SkyLight Paths Publishing, paperback, $16.99.) Drawing on her experience as a psychologist and spiritual director, Bieber presents three essential aspects of spirit-led decision making: willingness, attentiveness and responsiveness, while she shows readers how to strengthen their decisionmaking process and find their own paths. Get the book.
The Exiled Queen by Cinda Williams Chima (GRS '84, nutrition). (Hyperion, hardcover, $17.99.) In her latest installment of the New York Times best-selling young adult Seven Realms series, Chima presents an epic tale of uncertain friendships, cutthroat politics and the irresistible power of attraction. Get the book.
Integrating Cleveland Baseball: Media Activism, the Integration of the Indians and the Demise of the Negro League Buckeyes by Stephanie M. Liscio, history PhD student. (McFarland, paperback, $29.95.) Focusing on the Negro American League Buckeyes, this detailed history describes the effects of major league integration on black baseball in Cleveland as well as the controversial role the local black press played in the transformation. Get the book.
Kiyo's Story: A Japanese-American Family's Quest for the American Dream by Kiyo Sato (NUR '48, '51). (Soho Press Inc., paperback, $15.) Sato chronicles her father's struggles as an immigrant, his marriage before the Oriental Exclusion Act and his family's forced stay in a concentration camp following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. Get the book.
Writing Personals by Lolette Kuby (GRS '65, '70, English). (Vehicule Press, paperback, $18.95.) A novel full of offbeat characters in pursuit of love, this raunchy, intellectual and charming tale takes aim at contemporary mating practices, middle-class values and marriage for love as the glue of society. Get the book.
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