Book List in Order:20 titles

  • It’s 2002, almost fifty years since the sea smashed through Lydia’s grandmother’s front door, sweeping away her family. Lydia survived the flood of 1953 but was left holding a terrible secret. Events of that night still haunt her. As a teenager...


  • In this final book of Pamela Johnson’s epic trilogy on the 1960s, the story of communal family and their search for enlightenment through religion, mind-expanding hallucinogens, and mysticism continues. Although the social and political bruises of ...


  • In this final book of Pamela Johnson’s epic trilogy on the 1960s, the story of communal family and their search for enlightenment through religion, mind-expanding hallucinogens, and mysticism continues. Although the social and political bruises of ...


  • In this final book of Pamela Johnson’s epic trilogy on the 1960s, the story of communal family and their search for enlightenment through religion, mind-expanding hallucinogens, and mysticism continues. Although the social and political bruises of ...


  • In Book Two of A Nation of Mystics, author Pamela Johnson resumes her skillful exploration of the late 1960s and the counterculture as seen through the eyes of a communal family. Christian Brooks, now twenty-one years old, expands his underground act...


  • In Book Two of A Nation of Mystics, author Pamela Johnson resumes her skillful exploration of the late-1960s and the counterculture through the eyes of a communal family, following the strengthening relationships of the tribe as they search for enlig...


  • In Book Two of A Nation of Mystics, author Pamela Johnson resumes her skillful exploration of the late-1960s and the counterculture through the eyes of a communal family, following the strengthening relationships of the tribe as they search for enlig...


  • In A Nation of Mystics, author Pamela Johnson deftly explores the youth subculture in San Francisco and Berkeley in the mid-1960s, with all its initial goodwill and naiveté--its dedication to free speech, promise to end war, commitment to racial equ...


  • InA Nation of Mystics, author Pamela Johnson deftly explores the youth subculture in San Francisco and Berkeley in the mid-1960s, with all its initial goodwill and naiveté--its dedication to free speech, promise to end war, commitment to racial equa...






  • Jamaica, October, 1720. The pirate ship of Calico Jack Rackham is captured off the western coast of Jamaica. While most of the crew is too drunk to defend against the onslaught of the King's navy, two of the crewmembers stand to fight against overwhe...


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  • Sometimes the tide brings in the unexpected... Recently widowed, Darci Cunningham ignores the well-intended advice of her friends and moves to Mackinac Island with hopes of pursuing her dreams of writing and to find peace for her grieving heart. ...



  • Adventure... Embarking on a journey to meet her father, Sarah Reynolds heads into the untamed lands of Georgia. She sets out, eager to take her new position as teacher for the white settlers who, according to her father, are living peacefully wit...



  • What could make a smart woman ignore doctor's orders? What could get a hardworking employee fired from her job? What could get a black woman in hot water with her white boyfriend? In a word . . . HAIR. When does a few ounces feel like a few tons? Whe...


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  • A tiny mouse longs to go to sea. But what type of boat would suit a small but adventuresome mouse? She considers all types of boats and finally settles on one she makes herself. “This small picture book is just the right size to do justice to the d...