Like Trees, Walking -- by Ravi Howard LIKE TREES, WALKING examines an old tale in the New South. Based on the true story of the 1981 lynching of Michael Donald in Mobile, Alabama, the novel follows the lives of Paul and Roy Deacon, teenagers and childhood friends of Michael Donald, as they cope with the aftermath of his hanging. It is Paul Deacon who discovers the body, and the experience leaves him forever changed.
An Indian Boarding School transformation of a young plains girl from the motto of "Kill the Indian to Save the Man"
The Buddha in the Attic (Thorndike Press Large Print Basic Series),: $29.99
Interlink Books--changing the way people think about the world, including the Middle East: http://www.interlinkbooks.com/
Literary Guide to London
London Books about Town - This summer, grab a seat next to Paddington Bear, Mary Poppins, or Sherlock Holmes as the classic British characters are commemorated in bench form around London. The 51 “BookBenches” will celebrate England’s literary heritage until they’re auctioned off for charity in October. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com).