Explore Our Array of Historical Nonfiction eBooks About Women
Historical Nonfiction eBooks About Women
For all the precious Margarets in your family… This compelling story about the incredible Medieval Queen Margaret is just in time for wonderful spring, summer, fall or winter reading.What better than to meet this modern feminist living in the11th century. Margaret makes her debut – moving into the 21st century – as fresh and enchanting as…
Everyone loves Nora Ephron, right? Especially her divine recipes. Especially her clever movies. Especially her joie de vivre. This quick and easy to read paper is a sweeping mini-bio of Nora that slides gracefully into her last six years on this earth, when no one knew what was in store for her. As Frank Rich…
We didn’t plan it this way, but just by osmosis our published library has surfaced with a definite slant to powerful, brilliant, accomplished women. This important section is a work in progress. Please bear with us while it is under construction
Clara Barton, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Madame Chiang kai-shek, Madame Curie, Joan Didion, Louise Thaden, Margaret’s Garden, Nora Ephron, Margaret Queen of Scotland, Isabella Stewart Gardener and Her Museum
David Douglas Duncan, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Robert Edsel, The Search for Forever Amber. What we need are male candidates for the next mini books. Anyone for T S Eliot? Contact Us
A mini course in Russian history, amber history, Monuments Men, and the continuing mystery of what actually happened to the original Amber Room in the throes of World War II. All news to the casual observer. The Mystery unfolds… While traveling with the Met along the Baltic’s Amber Coast en route to St. Petersburg aboard…
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EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY
amzn.com/B0143UTP2Q (Kindle Edition)
Be the first to rediscover
the distinguished and celebrated American poet
Edna St. Vincent Millay, whose lines
“My candle burns at both ends.
It cannot last the night.
But ah my foes and oh, my friends,
It gives a lovely light”
are still burning today with the same lyrical urgency.
Not suitable for children, catnip for adults.
Read this slim volume for a quick
pick me up
while traveling abroad.
“Dark brown is the river,
Golden is the sand"
for the little children
Edna makes her debut moving into the 21st century as fresh and saucy as ever!
Look for Madame Chiang Kai-shek,
Joan Didion, Madame Curie, et al at: