Jacqueline Parascandola

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Kingdom and Country: Following Jesus in the Land That You Love

The conversation of how to navigate the tension of what it means to be Christian and to live in the world is not new. However, this thought-provoking volume asks readers to reconsider their assumptions and offers fresh challenges in this discussion. Best for religious, church, and community organizations.

The God Who Riots: Taking Back the Radical Jesus

Tackling issues often charged with high emotions, Garcia offers a guide to social change with an accessible and easy-to-understood model. Suited for readers interested in religious studies and social justice.

The Arc of a Covenant: The United States, Israel, and the Fate of the Jewish People

A meticulously written and engaging volume that may make readers pause and reconsider an issue they thought they already knew. Best suited for those interested in the history of the Middle East, Israel, U.S. studies, and Jewish history.

Lily’s Promise

The author’s attention to detail makes for an intimate and memorable read. Best suited for those interested in Judaica, European studies, and memoirs.

The Last Baron: The Paris Kidnapping That Brought Down an Empire

This is an immensely readable, impeccably written, and thoroughly researched tale of a kidnapping gone wrong. Ideal for readers who enjoy biography, social, political, and cultural history.

Shmuel’s Bridge: Following the Tracks to Auschwitz with My Survivor Father

A poignant and moving personal history warmly told through reminisces, poetry, and photographs. It will spark the curiosity of those interested in Jewish and European history.

Lightning Down: A World War II Story of Survival

This is an engaging and captivating story capturing the courage and strength of humanity under extreme conditions. Highly recommended, especially for those interested in World War II history, U.S. history, and biography.

Into the Forest: A Holocaust Story of Survival, Triumph, and Love

This fast-paced book will find an eager audience among readers interested in Jewish, European, and World War II history; highly recommended.

The Gallery of Miracles and Madness: Insanity, Modernism, and Hitler’s War on Art

A moving account of art and mental illness in Nazi Germany. English’s accessible, inviting writing will draw in readers interested in personal perspectives of the Third Reich as well as aficionados of art history.

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