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Levi Stoltzfus, star of the #1 top-rated Discovery Channel reality show Amish Mafia, delivers a tell-all about Amish life today. From the forbidden joyrides to the senseless shunnings to the colorful family feuds, he shares his frank insider's view of this fascinating and secretive society.

A history of the gene draws on science, social history, and the author's family medical history to explore the centuries of research into the science of genetics and the quest to understand human heredity.

A memoir about aging, family, creativity, tragedy, friendship, and the richness of life. How to accept, appreciate, enjoy? Who are our most trusted, valuable companions and what will we do for them? When you've given up, when you least expect it, there it is.

A memoir about the author's coming of age as she grapples with her identity as an artist, her family's racial history, and her mother's death from cancer.

In My Journey with Maya, Smiley beautifully recounts a friendship filled with conversation that began when he, a recent college graduate and a poor kid from a big family in the Midwest, accompanied the revered writer on a sojourn to Ghana.

The actress whose life story was the subject of the documentary "Running from Crazy" describes the impact of depression, alcoholism, suicide, and schizophrenia on her family life.

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. This is a story about a girl in WWII Germany who steals books before they can be burned and shares them with her neighbors and a Jewish man who is hidden in her basement. The story is narrated by Death and is appropriately dark, but manages to be uplifting at the same time. This is in my top 5 books of all time.

We all have a longing to be significant. We want to make a contribution, to be a part of something noble and purposeful. In INTENTIONAL LIVING,John Maxwell will help you take that first step, and the ones that follow, on your personal path through a life that matters.

Kimberly Guilfoyle, host of Fox News's "The Five," teaches women and men how to "make their case" to further their success in all aspects of life, filled with anecdotes from the author's years as a successful prosecutor and TV journalist. In Making the Case she weaves stories and anecdotes from her life and career with specific strategies that can help anyone set clear goals, communicate more effectively, and come out on top in any situation.