Carolyn W. Fanelli

Is That a Boy or a Girl? Jo B. Paoletti’s ‘Pink and Blue’

Eat Your Words, Really: ‘Words to Eat By’

An Astute Observer’s Memoir: ‘One Day I Will Write About This Place’

‘The Taliban Shuffle’: A Dose of War-Time Reality with a Hefty Helping of the Ridiculous

Half Survivorman, Half Clark Gable in ‘Crossing the Heart of Africa’

‘Muslim Women in War and Crisis’: A Call for Optimism and Caution

The Sheer Will, Creative Force, and Contagious Energy of ‘Louisa May Alcott’

‘Pearl Buck in China’ Is an Incisive Exposé of Missionary Life in China

Zimbabwe by Philip Barclay

Would a ‘Society Without God’ Be Hell on Earth? Or Would It Be Like Scandinavia?

‘Every Man in This Village is a Liar’ Tells What It’s Like, Getting Cut By the Fray

Small Town Queens Reign During Festival Season and in ‘The Rhinestone Sisterhood’