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Marvin | 12 comments After Her Brain Broke: Helping My Daughter Recover Her Sanity

So many families are afflicted by serious mental illness that a book dealing with the struggle that one mother went through to help her daughter can be of benefit to others. Dr. E Fuller Torrey, the well known psychiatrist and author of Surviving Schizophrenia highly recommends this book.

Dr. Daniel Kalla said that it is a must read for families coping with mental illness

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Glenn Cheney (glenncheney) | 2 comments Every library in American should have a copy of my book, "Thanksgiving: The Pilgrims' First year in America." It covers everything that happened between the landing of the Mayflower and the famous harvest feast of the following autumn. I wrote it more for the average reader than for academics or historians. It's accessible to teens.

What could be more appropriate for a public library than a book about the Pilgrims?

You can read excerpts at and you can also order it there at a special very low price if you promise to write a review for goodreads.

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Marvin | 12 comments An excellent review of this book described as "a must read for any family faced with schizophrenia, and for our health system, too." See the full review at

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