A few books we've done for our clients
A Wider Horizon: The Primavera Journals of Ray Sabin
In the early 1950s, Ray Sabin left the Unitarian ministry and moved with his family to the Bruderhof, an intentional religious community in Paraguay. The journals he left behind trace his meandering path from well-paid Chicago utility worker to failed minister to skeptical enthusiast of Christian communal living. His search for meaning tested his faith, his marriage, and the very definition of an authentic life. Click here to read an excerpt.
Connie & Cornie: Two Nurses, in Life and in Love
The story of a city girl and a farm boy, and the life they made together. (Cornie was the first male to graduate from the nursing school at the University of Kansas.)
Happy Contrails: 75 Years in the Life of Bill Kornitzer
An account of military exploits and family life from a retired Air Force colonel and Air Force Academy Class of '60 graduate.
Tacking into the Wind: The Life of Heinz Wehner
Buffeted by the winds of war, this is the story of life lived in Peru, Berlin, and Kansas City.
A True Love Story of the Two D's
Two people, one book, and a lot of love. This story traces the lives of Dick and Dorothy Bockelman before they met and after they built a life and a family together.
Around the Kitchin Table
(No, that's not a typo, it's the spelling of the family name!)
Fairy tale romances don't always turn out the way you expect, but they're still magical.
The Life & Times of Harry & Fran
The combined life story of Harry and Fran, a couple married over sixty years. Each tells the story of his and her early life in the first two sections of the book before their stories, and their voices, combine in the final section.
The Milkman's Daughter
A life story book chronicling one person's experiences growing up in St. Louis during the 1950s.
Behind the Sunshine
The life story of a woman who overcame early obstacles to become one of Kansas City's staunchest supporters of social justice.
"It was a wonderful experience. It brought back memories that had been a part of my life story that I had not thought about for years....An interesting read—a wonderful tool for my great-grandchild to get to know who I am. I found Amy to be a wonderful listener and someone who was able to put into book form an interesting tale."
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