Posted in Crisis Aid, Depression, Graphic Novels, Minecraft, New, Poetry, Teens

Nonfiction Titles for July

Click on the image or title to access the record in our catalog! Titles below are listed alphabetically by author.

http://evergreen.rodgerslibrary.org/opac/extras/ac/jacket/large/r/93890  http://evergreen.rodgerslibrary.org/opac/extras/ac/jacket/large/r/93888    http://evergreen.rodgerslibrary.org/opac/extras/ac/jacket/large/r/93923  http://evergreen.rodgerslibrary.org/opac/extras/ac/jacket/large/r/93892

Black Butterfly, by Robert M. Drake. Summary: The Black Butterfly is a symbol of transformation and rebirth after death. Drake wrote this book for those who have lost someone in death and in life. This book is a collection of memories and experiences Drake lived after the death of one of his brothers. He promised he would write him a few words after he failed to complete the task while his brother was alive.

Beautiful Chaos, by Robert M. Drake. Summary: This book employs the comparative method to understand societal collapses to which environmental problems contribute to the common youth and society as a whole. In his writing, Robert M. Drake hauntingly describes the issues we are all facing today. We all are broken and broken is its own kind of beautiful.

Grief Recovery for Teens: Letting Go of Painful Emotions With Body-Based Practices, by Coral Popowitz, MSW. Summary: Grief can affect both body and mind—and teens dealing with grief may not know how to work through grief in healthy ways. In this helpful and healing guide, the director of the Children’s Grief Connection offers help for teens dealing with the physical aspects of grief and loss. This book utilizes somatic, body-oriented skills to help teens know how and why their bodies are reacting to grief, as well as ways to relieve anxiety and confusion and begin the healing process.

Building Faith Block by Block, by Michael Ross and Christopher Ross. Summary: Describes how playing Minecraft can provide insight for young Christians into making decisions in real life, and provides devotions that offer advice on both game play and living a Christian life.

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