Andrew Pollard wrote Guilty of Livin' when he was 19 years old. Andrew emphatically brings you on an emotional rollercoaster. His expresive writing leads the reader into his world and makes you feel apart of the story. He introduces a unique and original style of storytelling. GUILTY OF LIVIN`.
Nowhere To Goa is a travel adventure novel that takes off when Scott, a studious sophomore at Northwestern University, flies halfway around the world to bring home his troublesome twin brother who has just been released from jail in India after a run-in with the law; something to do with a bhang lassi, a rickshaw, and a holy cow!
Take to heart these poems of few, the good I learned in the ghetto. This book is dedicated to my two sons and to all my grandchildren. Hoping that they will find knowledge, understanding and inner peace with God and themselves. To all those who enjoy reading poetry and finding understanding.
The Nunavut Land Claims Agreement became law in 1993. Claiming Nunavut traces the Nunavut Inuit Land Claim from its roots in 1971 to the birth of Nunavut in 1999. From the mid 1500's onwards, the Inuit of Canada's Eastern Arctic began to experience the effects of colonialism in their homeland. This began with early European explorers and traders and eventually, in the 1960's led to police services, a military presence, and money economy, and the herding of Inuit into small settlements.
German forces invaded the Netherlands on the morning of 10 May 1940, without a formal declaration of war. Shortly after it was established, the military regime began to persecute the Jews of the Netherlands. Eventually, with the assistance of Dutch police and civil service, the majority of the Dutch Jews were deported to concentration camps. Never Too Late is a book about stories of the courageous people offering Jewish people a safe place to hide from the Nazis. It explains how the Holocaust began, how those pursued by the Nazis and the people hiding them survived. And how they were able to rebuild their lives after the war.