African History, General
Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight
An African Childhood
Paperback ISBN: 0375758992
An intimate memoir of growing up in Africa during the Rhodesian civil war of 1971 to 1979 describes her life on farms in southern Rhodesia, Milawi, and Zambia, detailing her hardscrabble existence with an alcoholic mother, frequently absent father, and three lost siblings, as well as her fierce love for Africa. Reader's Guide available. Reprint. 100,000 first printing.
Lost Boy No More
A True Story Of Survival And Salvation
Paperback ISBN: 0805431861
Lost Boy No More tells the incredible true story of Abraham Nhial—but the story is not his alone. As a nine year-old child, Abraham found himself orphaned as civil war in his homeland of Sudan ravaged his entire village because they refused to embrace Islam. His journey is one of a perilous walk along with 35,000 lost boys of Sudan who fled to Ethiopia. Abraham and others like him made it to the border but hard times were not over as he endured the refugee camps of Ethiopia. Abraham becomes a lost boy no more when he discovers real salvation through Jesus Christ. Lost Boy No More gives more than a narrative of Abraham’s story. It also gives a history of Sudan and the persecution of Christians by Islamic militants.
Scribbling The Cat
Travels With An African Soldier
Paperback ISBN: 0143035010
The best-selling author of Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight details her unique friendship with a banana farmer, one of her parents' neighbors in Zambia, a white African, veteran of the Rhodesian war, and born-again Christian, and their mutual odyssey back in time through Africa to revisit scenes of the war, meet other veterans, and come to terms with the horrors of warfare. Reprint.
The Story of My Second Life
Hardcover ISBN: 1401352065
In the sequel to Stolen Lives, the story of her family's twenty-year imprisonment in a Moroccan jail, the author describes what it is like to return to the world after twenty years of suffering as she struggled to adjust to the modern world, understand the reality of freedom, fall in love, and experience an intimate relationship for the first time. 125,000 first printing.
An Imperfect Offering
Humanitarian Action for the Twenty-First Century
1st Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0802717098
A leading humanitarian activist presents a call to action on behalf of suffering throughout the world, in an impassioned report that describes the conditions he witnessed in such regions as Somalia, Afghanistan, and Rwanda as well as the political roadblocks that are preventing aid. 35,000 first printing.