4 Great Nonfiction Books from Our Winter Catalog

Joe Walters

February 13 , 2020

4 Great Nonfiction Books from Our Winter Catalog

Looking for a little real-life reading? Check out these four new nonfiction books from our Winter catalog!

Always searching for the best in both fiction and nonfiction, we are proud to announce four new releases that span a variety of nonfiction categories. Whether you're searching for a travel memoir or a guide to caring for your loved ones, we've got you covered.

  1. WHERE THE TREE FROGS TOOK ME: Travel the world in a fascinating memoir by Maia Williamson about experiencing new places and meeting new people.
  2. WHAT TO DO ABOUT MAMA?: Discover the realities of caregiving and learn firsthand tips for how to succeed if you're caring for those you love.
  3. DISPLACED: A HOLOCAUST MEMOIR: Six-year-old Linda Schwab sees atrocities no child (or adult) should ever see.
  4. CRUEL DEATH, HEARTLESS AFTERMATH: Barbara Mancini explores a real-life, widely publicized scenario about the "right-to-die" law.

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#1. Where the tree Frogs Took Me

This is the book cover for Where the Tree Frogs Took Me by Maia Williamson

About the Book

One woman. Twenty years of travel. A lifetime of change. Where the Tree Frogs Took Me is an inspirational read to help you find the significance of each encounter and the truth of where they lead you.

#2. What to Do About Mama?

This is the cover photo for What to Do About Mama? Expectations and Realities of Caregiving by Barbara Matthews and Barbara Trainin Blank

About the Book

What to Do About Mama? is a book of the challenges, heartaches, and joys you could experience while caregiving. Including down-to-Earth guidance for present and future caregivers, this is a refreshing "regular person" book about caring for those you love.
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#3. Displaced: A Holocaust Memoir

This is the book cover for the Holocaust memoir Displaced by Linda Schwab

About the Book

In the Holocaust, six-year-old Linda Schwab saw atrocities no one should never see. After escaping a massacre, she disappeared to a cave with her family for 18 months, where they hid from Nazi officers, from the blistering cold, and from the danger of taking one wrong step.
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#2. Cruel Death, Heartless Aftermath

This is the cover photo for Cruel Death, Heartless Aftermath by Barbara Mancini

About the Book

Part memoir, part detective story, and part social commentary, Cruel Death, Heartless Aftermath is the compelling narrative of a daughter following a father's orders for a peaceful death, only to be caught in a whirlwind of national media about the notion of "right to die."
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Stay tuned for more from Sunbury Press!

Thanks for checking out these great nonfiction books we published this winter! Sunbury Press has over 600 titles to choose from--the best in fiction and nonfiction through various imprints--and we love helping readers find their next favorite book. If you liked what you read, check out these "3 Fascinating Literary Novels about Puerto Rico" or browse our virtual bookstore.