Sent to Nazi concentration camps, Eddie Jaku experienced the horrors of it all- including losing his family and friends. However, he managed to survive it all- and shows us what it takes to be the happiest man on earth.
The Cat Man of Aleppo shows us how we can change the circumstances around us with determination, motivation and selfless love.
What happens when you have a haunted story set in an IKEA-styled store? Horrorstor!
Based on real people and a real advert, a poor man volunteers to stay alone for 7 years for an experiment by a rich scientist. As expected, the consequences are disastrous for everyone.
A true story of two Somalian brothers Omar and Hassan, who lived at a refugee camp in Kenya, and how they beat the odds to secure a life for themselves in the US.
Coming from his popular Humans of New York blog, Stanton has explored the world to cover more stories of human struggles, compassion and love.
1 Beautiful Planet.
A love letter from a father to his son teaching him things he needs to know about the world.
Little Victories shows us what it is like to raise an autistic child through a father’s eyes, and the importance of celebrating little victories along the way.
This is a book for parents to understand their teens in today’s world and how they can reconnect with them.