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National Read a Book Day

Happy National Read a Book Day! What better way to celebrate than to take some time out of your day to find a cozy corner and curl up with a good book? But finding the next best read can sometimes be a challenging task, even for the most voracious of readers. To make it a little easier, we’ve compiled a great list to get you ready for the weekend.

Undercover Bag Lady: An Exposé of Christian Attitudes Toward the Homeless

While the world has so much to offer, it can also be a harsh and cruel place. Whether we accept it or not, social status truly does make a difference. In an effort to understand this theory better, former pastor Kimberly Bowman decided to conduct a social experiment. Transforming herself into Jean the bag lady, Bowman visited 10 different churches in the heart of the Bible Belt.

“Undercover Bag Lady: An Exposé of Christian Attitudes Toward the Homeless” is a compilation of what she experienced. From overwhelming generosity to outright hostility, her story sheds light on the meaning of true Christianity.

Available on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats.

Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry

With the increasing use of social media in our world today, it has become easier than ever to compare ourselves to others and judge others based on what they say or do. But what if it didn’t have to be this way? What if we could accept and appreciate everyone as they are?

In “Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry,” Dr. Melodye Hilton hopes to bring an end to the prejudices that exist in our society. Through real-life examples, she shares how dangerous gossip, rumors, and pre-judgment can truly be.

Available on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats.

Childhood Trauma and the Non-Alpha Male

Traditionally, men have been categorized as being either Alpha Males or Beta Males. But what if the scale was a little more detailed than that?

In “Childhood Trauma and the Non-Alpha Male,” Dr. Douglas Carpenter shares what he has discovered about the reality of masculinity in our society.

The Non-Alpha Male falls somewhere in the middle on the masculinity spectrum and is more common than most realize. Due to conflicts caused by gender roles, toxic shame, and complex trauma, these men are more prone to developmental and behavioral issues. Through personal stories and techniques for self-acceptance, Dr. Carpenter hopes to provide clarity and healing to those who need it most.

Available on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats.

For the Love of Beer: Pennsylvania’s Breweries

You may know that Pennsylvania is home to Hershey’s chocolate and Snyder’s pretzels, but did you know that it’s also the largest producer of beer in the country? With over 100 craft breweries in production, Pennsylvania is the perfect place to discover your new favorite brew.

“For the Love of Beer: Pennsylvania’s Breweries” shares the history, geography, and culture behind Pennsylvania’s breweries, as well as personal stories from those working in this unique industry. Available on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats.

We hope these books piqued your interest and that you’ll pick one up when you get the chance. Since it’s National Read a Book Day, why not try one out today? Happy reading!

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