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Do you ever wonder what goes on in the Capitol? How does a bill become law? How do our elected officials, many of whom are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, work together for the best interests of the public?
Representative Mitch Greenlick takes us inside the Capitol and gives us a front-row seat to the process of law-making in his book Capitol Letters.
Capitol Letters features political cartoons by 2016 Pulitzer Prize winner
Harvest of Friendships
A Harvest of Friendships is the remarkable story of the deep and lasting friendships that were born out of an extraordinary situation in an era unlike any other. During WWII, thousands of British parents evacuated their children to the United States in order to keep them safe. How did these British children cope with years of separation from their families? How did American host families manage? These children experienced an untold variety of family situations and were given an insider’s glimpse into wartime American home life and attitudes.
The author has corresponded with or met hundreds of evacuees and many have shared with him their experiences and their precious photographs for the first time. A Harvest of Friendships provides a compelling picture of a little-known side of World War II.
Retail price: $29.95
(continental USA only)
Also available from Michael Henderson,
Forgiveness: Breaking the Chain of Hate
The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have changed our world. For many, the fear and shock have resulted in feelings of hatred and a desire for revenge. In Forgiveness, Michael Henderson documents the path that led to forgiveness and reconciliation for many conflicts of the twentieth century. He tells the story of remarkable people from many nations and different faiths, who, in the most painful circumstances, have broken the chain of hate. From these examples we can find new ways of working together across the fault lines of history.