This memoir details the life of author Wangari Maathai, from her early days spent in rural villages to her time as a political activist and single mother.
Although this is a fictional story, it mirrors the horrific realities of many present-day chocolate plantations.
If you are interested in learning about Madagascar's wildlife, landscape, and people, this book is a great option.
This highly-rated book includes themes of child abuse and human trafficking that, while based on true experiences, some find difficult to read.
An award-winning Tunisian author has woven the story of a beekeeper—Sidi—into his modern parable about life after the Arab Spring.
This 2022 release will transport you back to 1954 to engulf you in a sstory of a Seregenti honeymoon gone wrong.