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From Harlem with Love
An Ivy Leaguer’s Inner City Odyssey
Joseph Holland
288 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
“Joseph Holland writes a personally riveting, articulate, and extraordinary confession
of his on-going, passionate, unmitigated love-affair with Harlem—the cultural capital
of black America.” —Paul de Vries, PhD, president of NY Divinity School
Coming soon from Joseph Holland,
HOLISTIC HARDWARE:
TOOLS THAT BUILD LIVES
book and companion DVD
Songs of My Families
A Thirty-Seven-Year Odyssey from Korea to America and Back
Kelly Fern, with Brad Fern
208 pp, 5.5 x 8.5, $15.00 pbk
In 2007, Kelly’s husband found her original, Korean family, and so began a journey that
reunited Kelly with the family whom she thought had abandoned her, and brought her
face to face with the daughter she herself had lost twenty-ve years before.
One Day in the Life of 179212
Notes from an American Prison
Jens Soering
176 pp, 5 x 8, $18.00 pbk
To a correctional facility in Virginia he is known as Prisoner 179212. But to a legion
of journalists and legal reform activists he is Jens Soering, a German citizen who has
endured for the past twenty-six years the harshest and most unforgiving punishment
this country can offer—a life sentence without realistic hope of release, which some
refer to as “the other death penalty.” Told with dry humor, One Day in the Life of 179212
provides an hour-by-hour survey of everyday life in an American medium-security facil-
ity with all of its attendant hardships, contradictions, and even revelations. For more
books by Jens Soering, see page 24.
Clear Cut
One Woman’s Journey of Life in the Body
Ginny Jordan
160 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 hardcover
In prose that is startling and evocative, witty and generous, Clear Cut explores biograph-
ically, symbolically, and culturally the meanings of nine different parts of the body, of
how much we can lose and still remain whole and know who we are. Jordan mourns for
and celebrates the wisdom and beauty of body and soul as they struggle to nd endur-
ance in the face of multiple setbacks, and the courage to confront loss and separation
and celebrate life and community instead.
Songs of My
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A irty-Seven-Year
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in a Korean orphanage. Six months later, she was own to the United
States, where she and two other Korean girls were adopted by a Min-
nesota couple. ey renamed her Kelly Jean. Fourteen years later, Kelly
found herself at the doorstep of a Minnesota agency, although this time as
a teen mother giving her own child up for adoption. Kelly later married and
had two more children. en, in 2007, Kelly’s husband found her original,
Korean family, and so began a journey that reunited Kelly with the family
whom she thought had abandoned her, and brought her face to face with
the daughter she herself had lost twenty-ve years before.
Told with refreshing honesty, Songs of My Families is the moving story of
two generations of women forced to make agonizing choices as they coped
with harsh economic realities and personal crises. It is also an a rmation
of the strength of family, the importance of one’s cultural heritage, and the
enduring power of love.
KELLY FERN was born in Geumsan, South Korea, and
came to the United States when she was ve years old. She
graduated fromthe University of Minnesota with a B.A. in
European Studies. She is a behavioral detection o cer for
the Department of Homeland Security and a French lan-
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HumanAnimal Studios º 2
Adolosoont Psyonology º 3
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Animal Pignts º 9
Environmontalism º 12
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Biodynamios º 14
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Family & Culturo º 21
Poligion & Moditation º 22
Sooial Justioo º 24
Provonting violonoo and PTSD º 25
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Social Creatures
A Human and Animal Studies Reader
Cliíton P. Flynn, oditor
480 pp, 6 ¼ x 9 ¼, $50.00 pbk
In more than thirty essays, Social Creatures examines the role of animals in human society.
Collected from a wide range of periodicals and books, these important works of scholarship
examine such issues as how animal shelter workers view the pets in their care, why some
people hoard animals, women and animals who experience domestic abuse, philosophical
and feminist analyses of our moral obligations toward animals, and many other topics.
Teaching the Animal
Human–Animal Studies across the Disciplines
Margo DoMollo, oditor
464 pp, 7 x 9 1/2, $50.00 pbk
In 2008 Lantern published Social Creatures, a encyclopedic collection of articles
from the new and exciting discipline of Human–Animal Studies. Teaching the Ani-
mal is a follow-up collection of original pieces that discuss in detail the challenges
and opportunities for all teachers of H.A.S. Split into three sections, Teaching the
Animal provides in-depth analysis of the discipline, available resources, student
and faculty expectations, and sample curricula in the humanities, social sciences,
and the natural sciences. Teaching the Animal promises to be the denitive hand-
book for all teachers of H.A.S. at the undergraduate and graduate level. It also
offers a comprehensive overview of the state of the disciplines in question and
the philosophical and practical issues involved in discussing the intersections of
human and nonhuman animals in society.
Two sections of the book have been published as their own editions, each $30.00.
Additionally, each chapter is available as an individual ebook for $2.99. See our
site for more information.
Human–Animal Studies
A Bibliography
Editod by Margo DoMollo
180 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
An exhaustive listing of books, journals, articles, lms, conferences, college programs, orga-
nizations and websites from the new and exciting discipline of Human-Animal Studies. This
information was gathered by leading academics in the humanities, the social sciences, and
the natural sciences, and is the only reference of its kind.
HumanAnimal Studios Adolosoont Psyonology
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No Easy Answers
The Truth Behind Death at Columbine High School
Brooks Brown and Pob Morritt
284 pp, 6 x 9, $18.95 pbk
“Brooks, I like you now. Get out of here. Go home.” Those were Eric Harris’s last words to
Brooks Brown before Harris and Dylan Klebold walked into Columbine High School and
opened re. Written by a survivor, this book is a wake-up call for all the psychologists,
authorities, parents, and law enforcement personnel who have attempted to understand the
murders at Columbine.
Dr. Jonn A. MoKinnon
HumanAnimal Studios Adolosoont Psyonology
Ashes to Gold
The Alchemy of Mentoring the Delinquent Boy
Brad Forn, MA, LAMFT, Tom Lutz, MA, LP, LíCSW
128 pp, 5 x 8, $12.00 pbk
Adolescence can be a challenging period for youths, especially in today’s world, where the
ancient rites of passage that societies once used to turn their boys into men have disap-
peared. In an in-depth analysis of the Grimm Brothers’ fairytale “The Devil’s Sooty Brother,”
therapists and teachers Brad Fern and Tom Lutz provide a practical and mythic outline for
the journey from adolescence to maturity for young men.
An Unchanged Mind
The Problem of Immaturity in Adolescence
To Change a Mind
Parenting to Promote Maturity in Teenagers
224–272 pp, 6 x 9, $23.00 each pbk
Why are American teenagers failing to develop normally through adolescence? Dr.
McKinnon, using case studies from a boarding school for troubled teenagers, explains
the problem—disrupted maturation. An Unchanged Mind examines the problem and
the solutions in detail, showing that the cure is not in pills. To Change a Mind is the
companion book for parents: in it McKinnon explores the ways that adolescent devel-
opment can be derailed in today’s complex culture and how parents can prevent this
from happening in the rst place.
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The Parallel Process
Growing Alongside Your Adolescent
or Young Adult Child in Treatment
Krissy Pozatok, LíCSW
192 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
Using case studies garnered from her many years as an adolescent and family therapist,
Krissy Pozatek shows parents of pre-teens, adolescents, and young adults how they can
help their children by attuning to emotions, setting limits, not rushing to their rescue, and
allowing them to take responsibility for their actions, while recognizing their own patterns
of emotional withdrawal, workaholism, and of surrendering their lives and personalities to
parenting. Parents too need to recognize that their own patterns may have contributed to
their family’s difculties. This is The Parallel Process.
Boys Will Be Boys
Breaking the Link Between Masculinity and Violence
Myriam Miodzian
386 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $22.00 pbk
In Boys Will Be Boys, Miedzian provides a thorough investigation of the numerous fac-
tors inuencing aggression and violence in American males. In addition, she also provides
descriptions and proposals for interventions, social action, and solutions to break the link
between masculinity and violence.
vogotarianism
Sister Vegetarian’s 31 Days of Drama-Free Living
Exercises and Recipes for a Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit
Donna Mionollo Boaudoin
214 pp, 7 x 8.5, $17.95 pbk
Honest, compassionate, and spirited, Sister Vegetarian’s 31 Days of Drama-Free Liv-
ing is perfect for anyone who wishes to transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet,
and needs a best friend to help them on their journey.
How to Eat like a Vegetarian
Even If You Never Want to Be One
More than 250 Shortcuts, Strategies, & Simple Solutions
Carol J. Adams & Patti Broitman
232 pp, 7 x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
Don’t have time to cook? Don’t like to follow recipes? Cutting back on meat but don’t know
what to serve? Want an easy way to eat healthfully? This is the book for you. The lists,
charts, and hints in this book will reward you with meals, snacks, and surprises that are as
easy to make as they are delicious.
Contents include how to cook without recipes, seasonal recipes, ingredients guide, and
resources.
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vogotarianism
Look Two Ways on a One-Way Street
Food for Thought from the Founder of Candle Café and Candle 79
Bart Potonza
128 pp, 5 ¼ x 5 ¼, $17.00 pbk
“Bart Potenza tells us to ‘dwell on what’s swell’—and to me, that
means both his food and his philosophy. Enjoy!” —Gloria Steinem
Each day for two decades, entrepreneur and bon vivant Bart Potenza has been cooking up
aphorisms that he’s posted in Candle Café and Candle 79, the two organic, vegan restau-
rants in New York City he cofounded with his partner, Joy Pierson. Dished out with wit and
humor, Bart’s musings will give you food for thought and something to chew on, whether
you’re vegan or omnivorous, a regular or an out-of-towner.
Living Among Meat Eaters
The Vegetarian’s Survival Handbook
Carol J. Adams
336 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
If you are one of the twenty million American vegetarians, you know that
living with and eating with meat eaters can present many difculties. Sum-
mer barbecues, Thanksgiving dinner, and even business lunches can lead to
discussions questioning vegetarianism as a lifestyle choice, awkward situa-
tions, anger, and defensiveness. Grocery shopping and meal preparation can
be tough when other family members don’t share your commitment to living
as a vegetarian.
In this bold, original book, Carol J. Adams offers real-life advice for vegetarians
to defuse any situation in which their dietary choices may be under attack.
She suggests viewing meat eaters as blocked vegetarians. This insightful, prac-
tical guide is full of self-tests, strategies, meditations on vegetarianism, and
tips for dining out and entertaining at home with meat eaters.
Offering more than fty of Carol Adams’s favorite vegetarian recipes, Living
Among Meat Eaters is sure to become every vegetarian’s most trusted source of
support and information.
Radical Vegetarianism
A Dialectic of Diet and Ethic
Mark Matnow Braunstoin
200 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Now available in a new and revised Lantern edition, this classic on the philosophical, nutri-
tional, and religious argument for vegetarianism remains as tricksterish and ticklish, as
feisty and forthright, as it was when it was rst published nearly thirty years ago. Braunstein
proposes a vegetarianism that goes beyond the stereotypes of pot-lucks and Birkenstocks to
one that embraces contradiction and self-honesty, or, as Braunstein might say (channeling
the Ancients), “Gnaw Thyself.”
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101 Reasons Why I’m a Vegetarian
Pamola Pioo
288 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
For more than thirteen years, Pamela Rice authored and updated a pamphlet entitled “101
Reasons Why I’m a Vegetarian.” Known to readers as “The Mighty Convincer,” the pamphlet
offered pointed, bite-sized arguments for choosing a meatless diet from the perspectives of
human health, animal welfare/rights, economics, and the environment. More than 180,000
copies of the pamphlet have been put into circulation. The book-length version provides
more substantive and detailed arguments as well as more detailed references—enough to
persuade even the most steadfast omnivore.
Sistah Vegan
Black Female Vegans on Food, Identity, Health, and Society
A. Broozo Harpor, oditor
288 pp, 7 x 8 ½, $22.00 pbk
Sistah Vegan is a series of narratives, critical essays, poems, and reections from a
diverse community of North American black-identied vegans. Collectively, these
activists are de-colonizing their bodies and minds via whole-foods veganism. By
kicking junk-food habits, the many contributors all show the way toward longer,
stronger, and healthier lives. Suffering from type-2 diabetes, hypertension, high
blood pressure, and overweight need not be the way women of color are doomed to
be victimized and live out their mature lives. There are healthy alternatives.
Sistah Vegan is not about preaching veganism or vegan fundamentalism. Rather, the book is about how a group of
black-identied female vegans perceive nutrition, food, ecological sustainability, health and healing, animal rights,
parenting, social justice, spirituality, hair care, race, gender-identication, womanism, and liberation that all go against
the (rened and bleached) grain of our dysfunctional society.
Thought-provoking for the identication and dismantling of environmental racism, ecological devastation, and other
social injustices, Sistah Vegan is an in-your-face handbook for our time. It calls upon all of us to make radical changes
for the betterment of ourselves, our planet, and—by extension—everyone.
A. BREEZE HARPER is a Ph.D. student at the University of California, Davis, exploring race,
postcolonial, and feminist theories and their use as tools within critical food geographies. She
began the Sistah Vegan project as an online forum. Harper lives with her husband and son in
California.
The Lantern Vegan Family Cookbook
Brian MoCartny
336 pp, 6 ¾ x 7 ¾, $20.00 pbk
Chef McCarthy has created more than 400 simple vegan recipes with easy-to-nd ingredi-
ents for traditional favorites like biscuits, corn bread, stews, pastas, pizzas, cakes, pies, and
even egg(less) nog. All the recipes come from the McCarthy home kitchen and have passed
the test of many family meals. For individuals or families who are concerned about animals,
the environment, or their health, mealtimes just got a whole lot easier.
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The PETA Celebrity Cookbook
Delicious Vegetarian Recipes from Your Favorite Stars
íngrid Nowkirk
128 pp, 9 x 10 ¼, $20.00 pbk
For more than twenty years, PETA has fought for animal rights using media stunts, shocking
footage, and endorsements from celebrities such as Paul McCartney, Pamela Anderson, Chris-
sie Hynde, Joaquin Phoenix, Prince, Gillian Anderson, Natalie Portman, Tobey Maguire, Char-
lize Theron, Kevin Nealon, and many others. Now PETA has gathered all the fun and simple
recipes of its celebrity sponsors into one book. Enjoy Alicia Silverstone’s Artichoke Dip, and
dig into hip-hop king Russell Simmons’ Mama’s Mock “Meatloaf,” and more.
Aotivism
Change of Heart
What Psychology Can Teach Us About
Spreading Social Change
Niok Coonoy
224 pp, 6 x 9, $22.00 pbk
An easy-to-use psychology primer for anyone wanting to spread progressive social change.
Developed so that non-prots, community organizers, and others can make science-driven
decisions in their advocacy work.
Consciousness in Action
The Power of Beauty, Love, and Courage in a Violent Time
Androw Boatn
304 pp, 6 x 9, $17.95 pbk
Consciousness in Action features the thoughts of Julia Buttery Hill, Deena Metzger, Joanna
Macy, Ralph Metzner, and many others in an inspiring dialogue between environmental
and spiritual activists. Their subject is the seven attributes of consciousness that have dem-
onstrated their viability across time and cultures to bring about change.
The Lifelong Activist
How to Change the World without Losing Your Way
Hillary Pottig
416 pp, 7 x 10, $22.00 pbk
The Lifelong Activist is a guide to living a joyful and productive life that includes a strong
progressive mission. It offers simple and clear instructions that help you gure out the form
your authentic life should take, and live that life with a maximum of joy and productivity,
and a minimum of fear, guilt, and shame.
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The Blessing Next to the Wound
A Story of Art, Activism, and Transformation
Hootor Aristizabal & Diano Loíor
272 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Hector Aristizábal grew up in the barrios of Medellin, Colombia, where he and his siblings had
to use all their wit to survive poverty, the endemic violence from left-wing guerrillas, right-
wing death squads, cocaine cartels, and the armed power of the State. As a young student,
Hector was seized by the military, held in secret, and tortured. He survived and went on to
nd meaning in his ordeal as he channeled his desire for revenge into nonviolent activism.
Move the Message
Your Guide to Making a Difference and Changing the World
Josopnino Bollaooomo
384 pp, 7 x 9 ½, $20.00 pbk
In Move the Message, communications consultant and activist Josephine Bellaccomo deliv-
ers a step-by-step process, complete with tips, tactics, strategies, examples, and exercises, to
ensure that your message is focused, powerful, and unstoppable. This guide is essential for
activists and concerned individuals working to create lasting change.
Aftershock
Confronting Trauma in a Violent World: A Guide for
Activists and Their Allies
pattrioo |onos
264 pp, 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
Aftershock is about the real war against terror—the struggle for a world in which nobody lives
in fear of atrocities perpetrated by human beings. It is for survivors of all kinds of trauma,
for therapists who treat trauma, and for anyone who hopes to reduce the amount of terror
in the world.
Burning Rage of a Dying Planet
Speaking for The Earth Liberation Front
Craig Posobraugn
296 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 pbk
Rosebraugh, a former spokesperson for the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), charts its history
and ideology and explores its tactics, successes, and limitations. He shows how ELFers offer
an uncompromising vision of a planet under assault from the forces of greed and corporate
violence and how they employ direct action against those they deem a threat to the planet.
Strategic Action for Animals
A Handbook on Strategic Movement Building, Organizing, and Activism for Animal
Liberation
Molanio Joy
176 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
“Is it really possible that we’ve had to wait three decades since the launch of the modern
animal liberation movement for such a brilliant book on strategy?”
—Zoe Weil, president of the Institute for Humane Education
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Terrorists or Freedom Fighters?
Reflections on the Liberation of Animals
Stovon Bost, Pn.D., & Antnony J. Nooolla íí, oditors
391 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 pbk
An anthology about the Animal Liberation Front that examines the meanings of words like
“terrorism,” “democracy,” and “freedom” and challenges the values and assumptions that
pervade our culture.
Free the Animals 20th Anniversary Edition
The Amazing True Story of the Animal Liberation Front in North America
íngrid Nowkirk
400 pp, 5.25 x 8, $20.00 pbk
The shattering account of one woman’s struggle against the forces supporting the abuse of
animals, Free the Animals is the best-selling and action-packed story of underground adven-
ture, as well as an eloquent plea for the rights of nonhuman animals.
Muzzling a Movement
The Effects of Anti-Terrorism Law, Money, and Politics on Animal Activism
Dara Lovitz
180 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
Muzzling a Movement is an in-depth and tightly argued analysis of the case of the SHAC-7, the
organization whose supposed activities led to the passage of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism
Act. Lawyer Dara Lovitz reveals the history behind the AETA, examines the tendentious and
speculative government case against the SHAC activists, and in so doing shows how the U.S.
government has deeply compromised the freedom of speech and protest enshrined in the
Constitution.
The Longest Struggle
Animal Advocacy from Pythagoras to PETA
Norm Pnolps
368 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
In a brisk, readable narrative, The Longest Struggle traces the campaigns of animal rights pio-
neers like Henry Spira, Alex Hershaft, and Ingrid Newkirk, as well as leaders who have come
more recently on the scene like Heidi Prescott, Karen Davis, and Bruce Friedrich.
A Primer on Animal Rights
Leading Experts Write about Animal Cruelty and Exploitation
Kim W. Stallwood, íoroword by Joromy Piíkin
312 pp, 6 x 9, $15.00 pbk
This book is a collection of articles that document how animals are cruelly mistreated and
commercially exploited for prot. In doing so, the articles, which are grouped in six primary
areas, lay out the fundamental issues of animal rights.
Animal Pignts
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Speaking Out for Animals
True Stories about Real People Who Rescue Animals
Kim W. Stallwood, oditor, íoroword by Jano Goodall
256 pp, 6 x 9, $18.00 pbk
Kim Stallwood gathers together inspiring and powerful stories from many who are involved
with animal advocacy at the most fundamental level—rescuing animals from torture, depri-
vation, or despair.
Eternal Treblinka
Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust
Cnarlos Pattorson
312 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
This book explores the similar attitudes and methods behind modern society’s treatment of
animals and the way humans have often treated each other, most notably during the Holocaust.
Understanding Animal Abuse
A Sociological Analysis
Cliíton Flynn
148 pp, 5 x 8, $12.00 pbk
Clifton Flynn asks why studying animal abuse is important, examines its connection with
human violence, and lays out some theoretical perspectives on the issue.
Animal Equality
Language and Liberation
Joan Dunayor
272 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 hardcover, Ryce Publishing
The rst book on language and nonhuman oppression, Animal Equality shows that decep-
tive, biased words sustain injustice toward nonhuman animals.
The Holocaust & the Henmaid’s Tale
A Case for Comparing Atrocities
Karon Davis
160 pp, 5 x 8, $18.00 pbk
Karen Davis makes the case that signicant parallels can—and must—be drawn between the
Holocaust and the institutionalized abuse of billions of animals in factory farms.
More Than a Meal
The Turkey in History, Myth, Ritual, and Reality
Karon Davis
192 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
This book examines the cultural and literal, as well as the natural, history of the turkey, and
uncovers the methods by which millions of turkeys are raised, fattened, and slaughtered on
farms around America today.
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The Way of Compassion
Vegetarianism, Environmentalism, Animal Advocacy, and Social Justice
Martin Powo, oditor
256 pp, 6 x 9, $19.95 pbk
The Way of Compassion collects the practical wisdom of contemporary thinkers and activists
working to maintain sustainable lifestyles, practice nonviolence in all its forms, and create
a deeper spiritual appreciation of our place in the world.
An Unnatural Order
The Roots of Our Destruction of Nature
Jim Mason
320 pp, 6 x 9, $19.95 pbk
This book explores, from an anthropological, sociocultural, and holistic perspective, how
and why we have cut ourselves off from other animals and the natural world, and the toll
this has taken on our consciousness.
Animal Rights Weekend Warrior
íngrid Nowkirk
52 cards, 4 x 6, $12.95 pbk
A wonderful gift for animal activists, this set of cards offers fty-two projects that help ani-
mals—one for every weekend of the year.
The Philosophy of Animal Rights
A Brief Introduction for Students and Teachers
Mylan Engol, Pn.D. & Katnio Jonni, Pn.D.
140 pp, 5 x 8, $10.00 pbk
Professors Mylan Engel Jr. and Kathie Jenni explore the fundamental outlines of the debate
over our duties and responsibilities toward nonhuman animals.
Call to Compassion
Religious Perspectives on Animal Advocacy
Antnony J. Nooolla, íí, Lisa Kommoror
332 pp, 6 x 9, $40.00 pbk
Covering doctrine and the lived experience of the world’s religious practitioners, Call to Com-
passion is a collection of stirring and passionate essays on the place of animals within the
philosophical, cultural, and everyday milieus of spiritual practices both ancient and modern.
The Animal Activist’s Handbook
Maximizing Our Positive Impact in Today’s World
Matt Ball, Bruoo Friodrion
128pp, 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
The authors build a ground-up case for reasoned, impassioned, and joyous activism that
makes the most difference possible, and suggest a variety of ways to live a meaningful life
through effective and efficient advocacy.
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The Green Belt Movement
Sharing the Approach and the Experience
Wangari Maatnai
160 pp, 5 ¼ x 8 ¼, $16.00 pbk
The virtuous circle of empowerment through conservation is serving as a model throughout
the world, where women both individually and collectively are entrusted with money and
material to invest it in ways that make a difference to their daily lives. Wangari Maathai’s
Green Belt Movement is a great example of how one person can turn around the lives of
thousands, if not millions of others, by empowering others to change their situation.
Growing America
The Story of a Grassroots Activist, A Call for Renewed Civic Action
David A. Kidd
312 pp, 6 x 9, $17.00 pbk
Growing America is the story of an extraordinary man. It’s about a man who made a com-
mitment to be nonviolent when serving in Vietnam; a man who looked for solutions
rather than be overwhelmed by global problems; a man who went against the advice of
forestry services and bureaucracy and inspired ordinary citizens and local government to
make a difference in their neighborhoods, communities, and throughout the state.
The Practical Peacemaker
How Simple Living Makes Peace Possible
Kato Lawronoo
128 pp, 5 x 8, $16.00 pbk
The Practical Peacemaker shows how compassionate people concerned about violence,
inequity, and environmental destruction can, by living simply, transform their lives into
an effective statement for peace. Everyday choices, if arising from ethical intention, can
make a substantial difference. Written especially for those who have despaired of being
able to make any meaningful response, The Practical Peacemaker empowers as it outlines a
broader vision than has been articulated by previous books on simple living. To become
peacemakers, we need to pay as much attention to what is happening in our thinking as
we do to downsizing our budget or clearing our clutter.
WANGAPí MUTA MAATHAí is tno íoundor oí tno
Groon Bolt Movomont and tno íirst woman to oarn
a dootorato in biology in East Aírioa. A rooipiont oí
numorous awards íor nor work on onvironmontal
and sooial issuos, in 2004, sno was nonorod witn
tno Nobol Poaoo Prizo. ín 2006, sno publisnod nor
momoir, Unbowed. Sno passod away in 2011. To
loarn moro about Wangari Maatnai and nor work,
visit tno Groon Bolt Movomont wobsito, www.groon-
boltmovomont.org.
Environmontalism
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Canines in the Classroom
Raising Humane Children through Interactions with Animals
Mionollo Pivora
265 pp, 6 ¾ x 8 ¼, $17.95 pbk
Michelle Rivera has created a guide for all who want to begin teaching humane educa-
tion in their homes, classrooms, communities, churches, and organizations. This book
provides essential guidelines for humane educators of all sorts in their use of various
animals and with students of all ages.
Please, Can We Keep the Donkey?
A Collection of Animal Rescue Stories
Diano Sullivan, Esq. & Holly viotzko, Esq.,
oditors, íoroword by Botty Wnito
176 pp, 9 x 7, $19.95 hardcover
This illustrated book features dozens of personal accounts of successful animal adop-
tions and rescues. These entertaining stories describe rewarding relationships with ani-
mals ranging from dogs and cats to birds, a snake, and, of course, a donkey.
Claude and Medea
The Hellburn Dogs
Zoo Woil
Winner of the 2008 Gold Moonbeam Award for juvenile fiction
112 pp, 6 x 9, $12.00 pbk, ages 9–12
This is a book that gives kids not only what they most want but also what they most
need—protagonists who embody courage, compassion, and care. Adopted for use in
humane education programs.
Stories Rabbits Tell
A Natural and Cultural History of a Misunderstood Creature
Susan E. Davis and Margo DoMollo
320 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $25.00 pbk
Stories Rabbits Tell is a key addition to the current thinking on animal emotions, intel-
ligences, and welfare, and the way that human perceptions inuence the treatment of
individual species.
Cats and Dogs Are People Too!
Snaron Gannon
96 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.95 pbk
Sharron Gannon, the renowned yoga instructor and co-founder of the Jivamukti Yoga
School, sheds light on the commercial pet food industry and offers alternatives on how
to keep your animals healthy and eating nutritiously balanced food through diet and
supplements without being alarmist or emptying your wallet.
Companion Animals
Margo DoMollo
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Biodynamio Gardoning & Farming, írom StoinorBooks
Biodynamic Gardening
For Health and Taste
Hilary Wrignt
144 pp, 8 ¼ x 10 ¼, color photographs, $35.00 pbk
Biodynamic methods work with the concept that the Moon, Sun, stars, and planets inu-
ence plants in regular rhythms, creating ideal days to sow, weed, and harvest plants. This
book shows the best time of day to sow and harvest fruits and vegetables and how to use
unique herbal remedies in the garden. Uses step-by-step illustrations, diagrams, and color
photographs to esplain biodynamic techniques.
The Biodynamic Food and Cookbook
Real Nutrition that Doesn’t Cost the Earth
Wondy E. Cook
256 pp, 8 ¼ x 11 ¾, illustrated in color, $39.00 pbk
Illustrated with hundreds of color photographs, this excellent resource explains the prin-
ciples behind biodynamic methods and places it in the context of food and cooking through
the ages. Wendy Cook takes us through the four seasons with more than 150 delicious reci-
pes based on many years of working with biodynamic nutrition.
What Is Biodynamics?
A Way to Heal and Revitalize the Earth
Pudolí Stoinor, introduotion by Hugn Courtnoy
200 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
These seven seminal lectures are on developing a spiritual perception of nature as well as
practical methods. Hugh Courtney of the Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynam-
ics contributes an informative, passionate, and visionary introduction.
When Wine Tastes Best
A Biodynamic Calendar for Wine Drinkers
Maria Tnun & Mattnias K. Tnun
48 pp, 4 x 5 ¾, $7.99 pbk
Based on Maria Thun’s biodynamic calendar, this handy little pocket guide lets you know
which days are optimum wine-drinking days, and which days to avoid if you want to get the
most out of your glass. At least two supermarket chains now hold wine tasting events only
on the best days as indicated by this calendar!
The Biodynamic Farm
Agriculture in Service of the Earth and Humanity
Horbort Koopí
260 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $30.00 pbk
Koepf provides a vast array of research data and results, as well as many helpful details on
animal feeding, crop rotation, diseases, pests, and fertilizing. He shows that the biodynamic
method of farming and gardening is the alternative that can turn farming around.
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Biodynamio Gardoning & Farming, írom StoinorBooks Spirituality & Sooioty
Into the Depths
A Journey of Loss and Vocation
Sr. Mary Margarot Funk
186 pp, 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
In January 1984, Sr. Mary Margaret Funk, a Benedictine nun from Indiana,
paid a visit to Maryknoll missionary nuns working in Bolivia. On what should have been a
routine trip to the local town for a convocation ceremony, a ash ood swept away the jeep
in which she, three nuns, a priest, and a disabled boy they had adopted were traveling. Only
she and the priest survived.
In the great tradition of spiritual confessions from Augustine to Thomas Merton’s The Seven-
Storey Mountain, Into the Depths is a fearlessly honest and simply told account of one wom-
an’s struggle to engage at the deepest levels with the most profound questions of faith.
The Attentive Voice
Reflections on the Meaning and Practice of Interreligious Dialogue
Editod by William Skudlarok
174 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
Articles from participants of Monastic Interreligious Dialogue describe the ways dialogue
with other traditions has enhanced their spiritual life.
God’s Harp String
The Life and Legacy of the Benedictine Monk, Swami Abhishiktananda
Witness to the Fullness of Light
The Vision and Relevance of the Benedictine Monk Swami Abhishiktananda
Editod by Bottina Bäumor & William Skudlarok
154–182 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 each pbk
Swami Abhishiktananda (Henri Le Saux OSB) was a French Benedictine monk who went to
India in 1948 and devoted his life to becoming a bridge between East and West, between
Hinduism and Christianity.
These articles about Abhishiktananda, gathered on the one hundred anniversary of his
birth, provide not only personal recollections of this remarkable man, but examine the
legacy of the life and work of one of the rst practitioners of Hindu–Christian dialogue.
The books chart the inuence that Abhishiktananda had on Christianity in India, on
other spiritual seekers engaging with Hinduism and Christianity, and the continuing
importance of his work today.
The Green Bible
Stopnon Bodo Sonarpor & Hilary Cunningnam
160 pp, 4 ½ x 7 ½, $15.00 pbk
The Green Bible seeks out the word of God for our diminished planet. Its sources range from
the Hebrew and Christian scriptures to religious and political leaders, scientists, and environ-
mentalists today.
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The Spiritual Life
A Dialogue of Buddhist and Christian Monastics
Finding Peace in Troubled Times
Buddhist and Christian Monastics on Transforming Suffering
Green Monasticism
A Buddhist–Catholic Response to an Environmental Calamity
Editod by Jamos Mitonoll, William Skudlarok OSB,
& Jamos Wisoman
200–332 pp, 6 x 9, $22.00 each pbk
For more than forty years—inspired by the pioneering dialogues of the Trappist
monk Thomas Merton, with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and the Zen master
Daisetz T. Suzuki—Buddhist and Christian monastics have been engaged in inter-
faith colloquies about the similarities and differences between these two great
spiritual traditions. In 1996, 2002, and 2008 practitioners from Catholicism and
various Buddhist traditions met at Gethsemani Abbey in Kentucky, the home of
Thomas Merton, to discuss spiritual practice, suffering, and the environmental
crisis, respectively.
Islam Is . . .
An Experience of Dialogue and Devotion
New and Revised Edition
Sr. Mary Margarot Funk, aítorword by Snanid Atnar, M.D.
176 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
Islam Is . . . records Benedictine nun Sr. Mary Margaret Funk’s multiyear engagement in inter-
faith dialogue with American Muslims in an effort to bridge the gaps that divide Christianity
and Islam. She reects on Islam, a religion in which she has found startling similarities to
her own deeply held Catholic practice and beliefs.
Islam Is . . . examines the controversial issues of terrorism, women’s rights, and economic
power, and offers all Christians—and Catholics in particular—an authentic way of viewing
Islam. It concludes with an afterword by Islamic scholar Dr. Shahid Athar.
Judaism & Vegetarianism
New Revised Edition
Pionard H. Sonwartz, Pn.D.
256 pp, 6 x 9, $18.00 pbk
From God’s rst injunction, “Behold, I have given you every herb yielding seed, which is
upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed, to
you it shall be for food” (Gen. 1:29), the Hebrew Bible offers countless examples of how God
intends a compassionate and caring attitude toward animals, our health, and the health
of the planet. This attitude, as Richard Schwartz shows in his pioneering work now fully
revised, has been a constant theme throughout Judaism to the present day.
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Judaism & Global Survival
Pionard H. Sonwartz, Pn.D.
272 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
This book is designed to show that both Jews and non-Jews don’t need to discover new
values and approaches to solving the crisis of environmental loss and planetary despolia-
tion; what is needed, instead, is a rediscovery of basic Jewish teachings and mandates,
such as to seek and pursue peace, justice, to love our neighbors as ourselves, and to act
as coworkers with God in protecting and preserving the world. In such a way, Richard
Schwartz calls for a new vision of the world—one that ensures our personal, interpersonal,
and global survival.
Making Their Own Peace
Twelve Women of Jerusalem
Ann N. Madson
272 pp, 6 x 9, $17.95 pbk
Every year since 1968, when she made her rst pilgrimage to the city, Ann Madsen has
returned to Jerusalem. In the course of her many visits, and of the ve years she spent there
as a resident, Madsen became intimately familiar with the city she had loved at rst sight.
This book records her encounters with the women of Jerusalem—Christian, Muslim, and
Jewish—and how they are separately and together, courageously and persistently, working
for peace in that troubled city.
Peace to All Beings
Veggie Soup for the Chicken’s Soul
Judy Carman
320 pp, 5 ¼ x 7, $18.00 pbk
This visionary book of hope for a world at peace is also an excellent reference for animal
activists who wish to explore the interconnectedness of animal rights, ecology, world peace,
and social justice. Peace to All Beings shows how animal rights and liberation are an essential
part of any movement that is working to make the world a better place. It is a valuable aid
for anyone seeking to live in harmony with the values of compassion, nonviolence, and
reverence for all life.
The Lost Religion of Jesus
Simple Living and Nonviolence in Early Christianity
Koitn Akors
256 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
It was the earliest followers of Jesus, the Jewish Christians, who understood Jesus better than
any of the gentile Christian groups, which are the spiritual ancestors of modern Protestant,
Catholic, and Orthodox churches. In this detailed and accessible study, Keith Akers uncov-
ers the history of Jewish Christianity from its origins in the Essenes and John the Baptist,
through Jesus, until its disappearance into Islamic mysticism sometime in the seventh or
eighth century.
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Meditation, Oneness and Physics
A Journey through the Laboratories of Physics and Meditation
Glon Potor Kozwor
240 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
An entertaining, informative, and thought-provoking insight into the connections between
the sciences of physics and meditation based on the author’s own direct experience. Medita-
tion is treated as a science that starts with the observation of the functioning of the human
mind and reaches out toward the vision of Oneness where all of creation is seen as one
unique existence.
The Dominion of Love
Animal Rights According to the Bible
Norm Pnolps
208 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
Norm Phelps encourages all who revere the Bible as holy scripture to open their hearts to
the suffering that we inict upon our nonhuman neighbors. He shows that the right of
animals not to be imprisoned, harmed, and killed for our benet ows naturally from the
Bible’s message of love and compassion and argues that this is the message of the Bible’s
most important passages dealing with our relationship to animals. He further responds to
the defenses of animal exploitation that are often made based on the Bible.
The Great Compassion
Buddhism and Animal Rights
Norm Pnolps
240 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
Phelps, a longtime student of Buddhism and an acquaintance of His Holiness the Dalai
Lama, answers the central questions of whether Buddhism demands vegetarianism and
whether the Buddha ate meat. He is not afraid to examine anti-animal statements in Bud-
dhist lore—particularly the issues of whether Buddhists in non-historically Buddhist coun-
tries need to keep or to jettison the practices of their historical homelands.
Holy Cow
The Hare Krishna Contribution to Vegetarianism and Animal Rights
Stovon Poson
192 pp, 6 x 9, $17.00 pbk
Rosen returns to the early days of Indian culture, to a time when daily life was based on
Vedic principles and scriptural wisdom, and shows how vegetarianism and animal rights
were endorsed by the Vedic texts. Rosen reveals how tension was created by a concomitant
endorsement of animal sacrices in ancient Indian culture, a tension that led in part to the
beginnings of Jainism and Buddhism.
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God’s Covenant with Animals
A Biblical Basis for the Humane Treatment of All Creatures
J. P. Hyland
128 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
From Genesis to Christ, the Bible testies to God’s love and concern for animals. The same
self-centeredness that led to the violence and abuse that has marked human relations also
caused the abuse and exploitation of animals. The Bible, argues the author, calls upon human
beings to stop their violence and abuse of each other and all other creatures. It promises that
when they do, the sorrow and the suffering that marks life on Earth will give way to the joy
and peace that God ordained at the creation of the world. In these compelling essays, Rev.
Hyland explores the Old and New Testament and reveals the prophetic voices that called for
compassion over killing, and humane concern for all of God’s creation.
The Messenger
Awakening to the Presence of the Other Side
Edward Tabbitas
192 pp, 5½ x 8½, $16.00 pbk
Rev. Tabbitas’s ability to detect the presence of those who have died was awakened after the
death of his beloved grandmother when he was only seven years old. His gifts grew stronger
as he matured, bringing him to accept the ever-present love that connects us all, no matter
which side of the great divide we are on.
Creatures of the Same God
Explorations in Animal Theology
Androw Linzoy
160 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
In this collection of essays, Linzey contends that far from the sometimes shallow judgments
of those who think animals unworthy of theological consideration, the Christian tradition
has a wellspring of sources and resources available to taking animals seriously. Instead of
being marginal to the Christian experience, Linzey concludes, animals can take their right-
ful place alongside human beings as creatures of the same God.
The Bible According to Noah
Theology as If Animals Mattered
Gary Kowalski
128 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
In lyrical and affecting prose, Kowalski uncovers the psychological and spiritual connec-
tions we have with other animals and those, such as children, who are left in our care. He
calls for a different reading of the ancient wisdom of the Bible—one that advocates nonvio-
lence, tolerates difference, and demands justice.
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Science and the Search for God
Gary Kowalski
176 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
Both science and faith, the author suggests, compel us now to move beyond materialism
toward an understanding of the world that includes the realities of consciousness and spirit.
Christians and Jews, skeptics and seekers alike will nd that this brief, persuasively written
volume sheds new light on the old questions, Who are we? Where do we gure in the larger
scheme of things? And what can we honestly believe?
More books by Ryuho Okawa:
Guideposts to Happiness:
Prescriptions for a Wonderful Life
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
Invincible Thinking:
There Is No Such Thing As Defeat
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
The Laws of Happiness:
Four Principles for a Successful Life
176 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
Love, Nurture, and Forgive:
A Handbook on Adding New Richness to Your Life
208 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
The Origin of Love: On the Beauty of Compassion
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
The Philosophy of Progress:
Higher Thinking for Developing Infinite Prosperity
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
The Starting Point of Happiness:
A Practical and Intuitive Guide to
Discovering Love, Wisdom, and Faith
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
Ten Principles of Universal Wisdom:
The Truth of Happiness, Enlightenment,
and the Creation of an Ideal World
304 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $18.00 pbk
Tips to Find Happiness: Creating a Harmonious
Home for You, Your Spouse, and Your Children
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $14.00 pbk
An Unshakable Mind: How to Cope with Life’s
Difficulties and Turn Them into Food for Your Soul
128 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
RYUHO OKAWA, íoundor oí Happy Soionoo (Koíuku-no-Kagaku in Japan), nas dovotod nis liío to tno
oxploration oí tno Trutn and ways to nappinoss. Born in 1956 in Tokusnima, Japan, no graduatod írom
tno Univorsity oí Tokyo, and in 1981 roooivod nis nignor oalling and awakonod to tno niddon part oí
nis oonsoiousnoss. Aítor working at a trading nouso and studying intornational íinanoo in Now York,
no ostablisnod tno instituto in 1986. Ho nas publisnod moro tnan 300 books
The Golden Laws
The Buddhist Path to a Spiritual Dawn
256 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $16.00 pbk
The Golden Laws explores the secret history of humankind, explaining how Buddha’s
Plan has unfolded on Earth with the passage of time. Once we understand the true
course of history, we become aware of our spiritual mission in the present age.
The Laws of the Sun
The Spiritual Laws and History Governing Past, Present and Future
160 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $16.00 pbk
The Laws of the Sun shows the way to realize true happiness—happiness that con-
tinues from this world through the other. Ryuho Okawa’s modern interpretation of
traditional Buddhist teachings addresses vital issues, including how our thoughts
inuence reality and the different stages of spiritual and human love.
Family & Culturo
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Shifting Sands
Bedouin Women at the Crossroads
Dr. Putn K. Wostnoimor & Gil Sodan
192 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
The Bedouin people of Palestine and Israel represent one of the most traditional cultures in
that area. Only a generation ago, they were nomads wandering the Negev Desert on camels,
migrating with their herds of sheep and moving households with the seasons. In a polyga-
mous, male-dominated society, women have had little control over the course of their own
lives and destiny. This is beginning to change. Dr. Ruth Westheimer and Gil Sedan set out
to discover how those changes have affected Bedouin society and to meet the women who
have courageously followed their own path.
The Olive and the Tree
The Secret Strength of the Druze
Dr. Putn K. Wostnoimor & Gil Sodan
160 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
The Druze people have had to build an inner strength of individuals and community in order
to survive as an identiable ethnic group. Through stories, personal encounters, and histori-
cal context, Dr. Ruth Westheimer describes with great warmth the roots of that strength, how
the story of the Druze has played out over the millennia, how they inuence today’s situa-
tion in the Middle East, and what Westerners can learn from them and their way of life.
One Two ONE
A Guidebook for Conscious Partnerships,
Weddings, and Rededication Ceremonies
Lila Sopnia Trosomor & David Trosomor, Pn.D.
232 pp, 7 x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
Why are we drawn to relationships? What are relationships for? In this lively handbook,
Lila and David take you through steps to go from One (the individual) to Two (true partner-
ship) to ONE (communion with something far vaster than the two of you).
He Walked Through Walls
A Twentieth-Century Tale of Survival
Myriam Miodzian, introduotion by Nadia Malinovion
240 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
What qualities are needed when your life is in danger, not merely once or twice, but on sev-
eral occasions? As author Myriam Miedzian shows in this richly detailed story of the lives
of her Polish-Jewish father and family, it takes tenacity, forethought, ingenuity, strength,
and courage. In a bravura performance of recollection, reimagination, and characterization,
Myriam Miedzian relates the incredible story of her father’s three passages from peril to
safety in her father’s voice. Completing this work of generations, Myriam’s daughter, Nadia
Malinovich, a professor of Jewish history, eshes out the historical and cultural background
of her grandfather and, indeed, great-grandfather’s life in Poland and Belgium during the
rst half of the twentieth century.
Family & Culturo
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Spirituality, Contemplation & Transformation
Writings on Centering Prayer
348 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
The Divine Indwelling
Centering Prayer and Its Development
112 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $10.00 pbk
Some of the leading practitioners of centering prayer write about the
many and varied benets of this dynamic and intimate means of con-
necting with the Divine.
Poligion & Moditation
Tnomas Koating and otnors
St. Thérèse of Lisieux
A Transformation in Christ
Tnomas Koating
96 pp, 4 ½ x 7 ½, $10.00 pbk
In 2000, the relics of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (1874–1897) toured throughout the United
States—at once conrming and stimulating an extraordinary resurgence of interest in the
life and work of a Carmelite nun known as the “Little Flower.”
The Transformation of Suffering
Reflections on September 11 and the Wedding Feast at Cana in Galilee
Tnomas Koating
64pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $12.00 pbk
Father Thomas Keating explores the tragedy of September 11, 2001, from the perspective of
Christ consciousness and its ongoing emergence in the world.
Sundays at the Magic Monastery
Homilies from the Trappists of St. Benedict’s Monastery
Tnomas Koating
144pp, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, $15.00 pbk
This collection of homilies captures the vitality, wit, and spiritual wisdom of Abbot Joseph
Boyle, Father Theophane Boyd, Father William Meninger, and Abbot Thomas Keating as
they explore the scriptures through the important feast days of the Christian calendar.
The God Who Is Here
A Contemplative Guide to Transforming Your Relationship with God and the Church
Potor Trabon Haas
272 pp, 6 x 9, $22.00 pbk
“A wonderful, thoughtful, and meaningful book on the presence of God. It is both clas-
sic and contemporary in its expression of biblical truth, and it is written with a spiritual
elegance that is both edifying and engaging.”
—Robert A. Fryling, Vice-President of InterVarsityPress
and author, The Leadership Ellipse
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Poligion & Moditation
Walking With Wisdom
Nan C. Morrill
104 pp, 5 x 8, $12.00 pbk
Walking with Wisdom is a stunning sequence of twenty meditations for our
time. Inspired by the Apocryphal Book of Wisdom, traditionally attrib-
uted to Solomon, Nan Merrill shows that Wisdom is a treasured gift for all
generations. Wisdom is needed as never before, though She is more often
dismissed or ignored. When we seek this Wisdom of the Heart, we leave behind false emotions
of guilt and fear, and we enter the Innite Reality that exists beyond all time. “Come! Let Wis-
dom ll / your heart and soul with / the peace and joy beyond understanding.”
Centering Prayer and the Healing of the Unconscious
Fr. Muronadn Ó Madagain
336 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
Centering Prayer is an essential work for all those interested in the history and practice of cen-
tering prayer. In addition to describing the background of this unique and effective practice,
Father Ó Madagáin offers unique insights into the ideas of one of its leading contemporary
teachers and practitioners.
By the Word of Their Testimony
Fr. Muronadn Ó Madagain
136 pp, 5 x 8, $12.00 pbk
In this stirringly honest autobiography, Father Ó Madagáin shares his story of how he felt
called to serve God and others through the priesthood. He describes his experiences at Med-
jugorje and Lourdes and how he was moved by the extraordinary sacrices of individuals
both there and in Rome, where he completed his theological education.
The Common Heart
An Experience of Interreligious Dialogue
Notanol Milos-Yopoz
íoroword by Kon Wilbor, introduotion by Tnomas Koating
144 pp, 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
For twenty years, a group of spiritual seekers from many religious traditions met in various
places around the United States under the rubric of the Snowmass Conferences to engage in
the deepest form of interreligious dialogue. This book is the result.
Old Wine in New Skins
Centering Prayer and Systems Theory
Paul David Lawson
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
Paul David Lawson explores the depth of the crisis facing individual pastors and the
churches as a whole, and shows how centering prayer (a daily meditative practice) and an
understanding of systems theory (how structures within places work) can help.
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When God Says No
The Mystery of Suffering and the Dynamics of Prayer
Daniol Lananan, O.F.M.
128 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $10.00 pbk
When God Says No is not just another theological or philosophical attempt to provide a
rational solution to the divine puzzle of why God allows innocent people to suffer or why
our prayers in Jesus’ name are not effective. This book attempts to provide simple, practical,
pastoral insights for the ordinary person.
The Way of the Prisoner
Breaking the Chains of Self through
Centering Prayer and Centering Practice
Jons Sooring
352 pp, 6 x 9, $19.95 pbk
Jens Soering, an inmate in a Virginia prison, tells how centering prayer and its corol-
lary, centering practice—contemplative prayer in action—enable him to survive the
daily pain of prison life. Through a moving true story of personal redemption that
shocks and inspires, Soering shows how we can all transform our crosses, our prisons
(literal or metaphorical), into the means of our salvation.
The Church of the Second Chance
A Faith-Based Approach to Prison Reform
Jons Sooring
352 pp, 6 x 9, $22.00 pbk
When we draw inspiration from “the great cloud of witnesses” to the Christian faith
(Hebrews 12:1), we often forget that many of those witnesses were people we might
shun and condemn if we met them today: namely, convicts and criminals. In his
fourth book, Soering demonstrates that, despite committing or abetting theft, murder,
and even terrorism, gures like Adam and Eve, Samson, and Paul were raised to places
of honor in what we might call the “Church of the Second Chance.” In fact, the sto-
ries of these biblical outlaws contain the clues to solving a social crisis that has been
building for more than thirty years: the problem of America’s prisons.
An Expensive Way to Make Bad People Worse
An Essay on Prison Reform from an Insider’s Perspective
Jons Sooring
128 pp, 5 x 8, $12.00 pbk
Few Americans understand how vast amounts of their tax dollars are wasted in our
current prison system. Jens Soering—the author of The Way of the Prisoner and an
inmate himself—has sent out a solid, fact-based call for reform upon which the
citizens and lawmakers of all afliations can agree.
Sooial Justioo
Provonting violonoo and PTSD
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The Violent Person
Professional Risk Management Strategies for Safety and Care
Paymond B. Flannory Jr., Pn.D., FAPM
284 pp, 6 x 9, $100.00 hardcover | $30.00 pbk
In their daily work, health-care workers have been victims of homicides, hostage-takings, robber-
ies, physical and sexual assaults, and psychological trauma. The Violent Person is written both for
these individuals and for the general reader by one of the foremost experts in the world on post-
traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This book is for anyone with a concern for the mechanisms of
human violence, stress at the breaking point, and the workings of the human brain.
Provonting violonoo and PTSD
Becoming Stress-Resistant:
Through the Project Smart Program
256 pp, 6 x 9, $15.00 pbk
The Assaulted Staff Action Program:
Coping with the Psychological
Aftermath of Violence
208 pp, 6 x 9, $30.00 pbk
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
(Second Edition): The Victim's Guide
to Healing and Recovery
288 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 paperback
Preventing Youth Violence: A Guide
for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors
148 pp, 6 x 9, $15.00 pbk
Violence in America: Coping with Drugs,
Distressed Families, Inadequate
Schooling, and Acts of Hate
178 pp, 6 x 9, $15.00 hardcover
Violence in the Workplace
208 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Beyond Freud: From Individual
to Social Psychology
168 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 pbk
The Heart of Man: Its Genius
for Good and Evil
144 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
The Revolution of Hope: Toward
a Humanized Technology
160 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
The Pathology of Normalcy
168 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 pbk
Live Your Dreams, Change the
World: The Psychology of Personal
Fulfillment for Women
Joanno H. Gavin, Pn.D., Jamos Campboll
Quiok, Pn. D., David í. Gavin, Pn.D.
192 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Crucial Choices, Crucial Changes:
The Resurrection of Psychotherapy
Stoían do Sonill, Pn.D.
548 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 hardcover
Personality:
How it Forms
Honry Kollorman, Pn.D.
204 pp, 6 x 9, $25.00 pbk
Erion Fromm
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Stoning the Keepers at the Gate
Society ’s Relationship with Law Enforcement
Lawronoo N. Blum, Pn.D.
208 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Blum provides a unique insight into the dynamics, practices, and activities within
police agencies that inuence police ofcers’ actions, and that often hide the real
sources of police behaviors that are thought of as faulty, insensitive, or inappropriate.
Force under Pressure
How Cops Live and Why They Die
Lawronoo N. Blum, Pn.D.
208 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Blum argues that there are missing “ingredients” in the training and socialization of
police ofcers. These ingredients include techniques and tools to condition the of-
cer’s decision-making and concentration during conditions of emergency; internal
controls necessary to maintain the will to survive; and aids that will prevent ofcers
being defeated by any threat.
An Illustrated Guide to Tactical Diagramming
How to Determine Floor Plans from Outside Architectural Features
Cnarlos "Sid" Hoal
220 pp, 7 x 9, $25.00 pbk
This book is designed to provide a quick and simple method of condently deter-
mining oor plans by using outside architectural features. Even a novice tactical
planner will learn to use windows, doors, vents and other clues to condently deter-
mine interior features. This is the Second Edition. CD also available for instructors.
Sound Doctrine
A Tactical Primer
Cnarlos "Sid" Hoal
160 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
Sid Heal not only presents a distillation of the more than ninety tactical texts, but
also provides an insightful and compelling call for rethinking tactics of law enforce-
ment. Sound Doctrine will be of value to law enforcement, reghters, private secu-
rity, and other emergency responders.
Field Command
Charles "Sid" Heal
432 pp, 6 x 9, $40.00 hardcover
Field Command takes the tactical texts of Sound Doctrine to a detailed, instructional
level.
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The World Peace Diet
Eating for Spiritual Health and Social Harmony
Will Tuttlo
352 pp, 6 x 9, $22.00 pbk
Incorporating systems theory, teachings from mythology and religions, and
the human sciences, The World Peace Diet presents the outlines of a more
empowering understanding of our world, based on a comprehension of
the far-reaching implications of our food choices and the worldview those
choices reect and mandate. The author offers a set of universal principles
for all people of conscience, from any religious tradition, that they can
follow to reconnect with what we are eating, what was required to get it
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The World Peace Diet
Eating for Spiritual Health and Social Harmony
Vegan Diet as Chronic Disease Prevention
Evidence Supporting the New Four Food Groups
Korrio K. Saundors, Pn.D., M.S., L.L.P.
220 pp, 5 x 8, $20.00 pbk
The United States is one of the sickest nations on the planet. Most Americans accept degen-
erative chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, atherosclerosis, heart disease, osteoporosis
and cancer as part of the normal aging process. Find out how a diet based on the New Food
Four Groups can help prevent or alleviate the chronic diseases that affect so many Ameri-
cans’ often without the need for pills, surgery, or fad diets. In this thoroughly researched
and comprehensive guide, Dr. Kerrie Saunders points the way to new standards of health
and health care for the twenty-rst century.
The Love-Powered Diet
Eating for Freedom, Health, and Joy
viotoria Moran
264 pp, 7 x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
“This book will feed your soul, nourish your body, and leave you happier, healthier, and more in love
with yourself than ever before.”—RORY FREEDMAN, coauthor of Skinny Bitch
In her own quest for freedom from compulsive eating and yo-yo dieting, Moran—once the
chubby child of a diet doctor—discovered the power of combining the principles of the
Twelve-Step Program with the gentle way of eating espoused by yogis and mystics, and now
supported by cutting-edge nutritional research. The result: falling in love—with yourself,
your life, and The Love-Powered Diet!
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Senior Fitness
The Diet and Exercise Program for Maximum Health and Longevity
Putn E. Hoidrion, Pn.D.
240 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk
The senior years don’t have to be lled with aches and pains. At age seventy, Ruth Heidrich
has the bone mass density of a woman in her early thirties and a resting heart rate of
forty-four. Since being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of forty-seven, she has won
more than nine hundred athletic trophies and medals and has been cancer-free for more
than twenty years. In Senior Fitness, the “other” Dr. Ruth shows how to maintain and even
increase physical and sexual tness at any age and dramatically reduce the risk of prostate
cancer, varicose veins, osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s,
and a host of other ailments and diseases.
A Race for Life
A Diet and Exercise Program for Superfitness and Reversing the Aging Process
Putn E. Hoidrion, Pn.D.
192 pp, 6 x 9, $16.00 pbk
In her mid-forties, Ruth Heidrich was diagnosed with breast cancer. After undergoing a
double mastectomy, she challenged herself to the punishing Ironman Triathlon, a test of
endurance involving a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, and a 26.2-mile marathon run.
Twenty years later, Heidrich is still running, cancer-free, and positive about life. This is her
story. She describes her ght with cancer, the healing powers of proper nutrition, and the
rewards of running the toughest races in the world.
The Joy of Weight Loss
A Spiritual Guide to Easy Fitness
Norris Cnumloy
208 pp, 7 x 9, $15.00 pbk
The Joy of Weight Loss is the dramatic story of how Norris Chumley turned his life around.
It details how Chumley came to accept his conict about food and body image and nally
looked long and hard at his weight uctuations and diet history. Chumley shares his
experiences and secrets of success—of how he discovered joy and lasting happiness, with
permanent freedom from obesity.
Condom Sense
A Guide to Sexual Survival in the New Millennium
M. Monioa Swoonoy, M.D., M.P.H. & Pita Kirwan Grisman
96 pp, 5 x 7 ½, $10.00 pbk
Direct and uncompromising, Condom Sense focuses on the reality of human lives and choices.
Boldly and honestly, it tells it how it is—what condoms are, who makes them, where to get
them, and how to use them. A passionate, practical, detailed guide to living a healthy, safe
sexual life in the twenty-rst century, Condom Sense is common sense for every sexually
active person on earth at risk of acquiring this deadly infection.
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The Physician Champion
Maloolm Horring, MD
208 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $20.00 pbk
The Physician Champion provides immediately applicable, experience-proven methods to
sustain the spiritual formation of physicians on a medical staff, align them on a mission,
and develop a culture of mutual care and compassion. The author practiced 32 years as a
surgeon, working 10 years with physicians to develop and prove these methods. With a
virtual vacuum in support for doctors, he responds to a growing hunger for these topics
as expressed by hundreds of retreat participants from around the world who’ve attended
seminars at Seton Cove Spirituality Center in Indiana.
The Story of a Remarkable Medicine
Jaok Droyíus
508 pp, 7 ½ x 9 ¼, $12.95 pbk
Most people live one life; Jack Dreyfus had two. His rst was lled with remarkable accom-
plishments as he founded the highly successful Dreyfus Fund. His second life began in
1963, when, in the midst of a severe depression, he asked his physician for a medicine
not traditionally used to treat his symptoms and returned to good health almost over-
night. When he saw six others have similar results, he realized he had an obligation to
investigate further. The Story of a Remarkable Medicine is an extraordinary account of how
one remarkable man dedicated nearly half his life to bringing a prescription for hope to
millions.
Written in Frustration
Jaok Droyíus
112 pp, 6 ¼ x 8 ¼, $15.00 hardcover
In Written in Frustration, Jack Dreyfus chronicles more than forty years of experience con-
fronting the aw in our system of bringing prescription medicines to the public. In the
spirit of the great American satirist Mark Twain, the author employs his customary humor
and wit to explore the question of how a remarkable medicine can continue to be over-
looked in this country.
Bird Flu
A Virus of Our Own Hatching
Mionaol Grogor, MD
416 pp, 6 x 9, $30.00 hardcover
From age-old scourges such as smallpox and tuberculosis to recent threats
like AIDS, SARS, and H1N1 swine u, our interactions with animals have
always played a pivotal role as a source of human disease. Bird u is such
menace that is coming home to roost. Leading public health author- i -
ties now predict as inevitable a pandemic of inuenza, triggered by bird u
and expected to lead to millions of deaths around the globe.
Amid the panic surrounding this issue, Dr. Greger takes a sobering look at a deadly cycle
and offers a solution to ending it.
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Vaccination Dilemma
Sopnia Cnristino Murpny, oditor
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk
In their rst ve years of life, children are expected to undergo thirty-seven doses of eleven
different vaccines, yet relatively few parents are aware of the risks of chronic disease, injury,
or death that some vaccines can present. A growing body of research has linked immuniza-
tion with autism, seizures, asthma, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and even hyperactivity and
learning disabilities; yet we continue to use vaccination as “insurance” even against diseases
that no longer pose a signicant threat.
This book will help educate parents about the vaccination dilemma and prepare them to
make, in consultation with one or more health professionals, educated vaccination deci-
sions for their children.
How I Feel
A Book About Diabetes
Mionaol Olson
80 pp, 6 x 9, $15.00 pbk
When Michael Olson’s seven-year-old brother Steven came down with juvenile diabetes,
Michael and his family was shocked to nd out how little information was available to help
explain the disease to a child. Michael, in third grade at the time, resolved to learn about
and write and illustrate a book based on Steven’s experience. He hoped that hospitals and
clinics would give the book to children and families who suddenly face this lifelong illness.
Michael’s book presents a denitive understanding of juvenile diabetes in a charming, easy-
to-understand way. It is an invaluable resource for anyone—children, parents, teachers, and
doctors—dealing with juvenile diabetes.
A Thought Is Just a Thought
A Story of Living with OCD
Loslio Talloy, íoroword by Mionaol A. Joniko, M.D.
32 pp, 8 x 8, $10.00 pbk
A Thought Is Just a Thought is the rst book for children and parents that confronts OCD,
a surprisingly common childhood illness. It is an excellent resource for parents and for
doctors who wish better understand how to help children deal with this debilitating
psychological illness.
Five Spirits
Alchemical Acupuncture for Psychological and Spiritual Healing
Lorio Evo Doonar
448 pp, 7 x 8 ½, $40.00 pbk
The Five Spirits are the Taoist map of the human psyche. The system provides a view of the
nervous system and forms the basis of Chinese medical psychology. It also describes a pre-
cise and efcient technology for spiritual transformation.
By taking advantage of the discoveries of Western archetypal psychology and new discov-
eries about the mind and nervous system, we can decipher the Five Spirits and reorganize
the system in a way that has proven to be clinically invaluable in treating psychosomatic,
emotional, and psychospiritual distress.
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The Wisdom of the Chakras
Tools for Navigating the Complexity of Life
Ellon Tadd
144 p, 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
The Wisdom of the Chakras is the result of Ellen Tadd’s years of spiritual exploration and
counseling work. She shows how the chakra system functions in everyday life, how our
thoughts, words, and actions affect this system, and how the chakras in turn shape us. She
also provides practical exercises that can be integrated easily into daily life to heal each
chakra and attain the alignment needed for a healthy and spiritual life.
Ayurvedic Cooking Made Easy
100+ Recipes for a Healthy You
Kumuda Poddy, M.D.
192 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $15.00 pbk, Samhita
In this comprehensive guide to Ayurvedic cooking—complete with a set of deli-
cious, easy-to-make recipes—physician and naturopath Dr. Kumuda Reddy shows
how to know whether one’s body type is vata, pitta, or kapha, to help optimize
health through nutritious meals to suit each individual body type.
Conquering Chronic Disease through
Maharishi Vedic Medicine
Kumuda Poddy, M.D., Linda Egonos
350 pp, 6 x 9, $20.00 pbk, Samhita
Drawing on the wisdom of Maharishi Vedic Medicine, this book describes how dis-
ease begins when the body becomes disconnected from its own inner intelligence,
and progresses with unhealthy patterns of eating, thinking, and living.
Golden Transition
Menopause Made Easy with Maharishi Vedic Medicine
Kumuda Poddy, M.D., Janardnan Poddy, M.D., & Sandra Willbanks
350 pp, 6 x 9, 20.00 pbk, Samhita
Menopause should be a smooth and easy transition from one stage of life to
another—as natural and as effortless as the change of seasons. They key is under-
standing the natural cycles of a woman’s physiology and how to keep them in bal-
ance with correct diet, exercise, and lifestyle choices. In this easy-to-read book, Dr.
Reddy describes in comprehensive detail how to maintain the correct relationship
between the cycles of a woman’s body and the cycles of nature and gives practical
advice.
More books from Samhita are available at lanternbooks.com
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All Love Flows to the Self
Eternal Stories from The Upanishads
Kumuda Poddy, M.D.
Tnomas Egonos & Linda Egonos
192 pp, 7 x 7, 24.95 hardcover
Adapted from the original text, these twelve tales tell the story of enlighten-
ment in simple, poetic language that will appeal to children and adults alike.
The Upanishads express the full glory of the inner Self. When one has realized
the Self, everyone and everything becomes more near and dear, and one ows
in universal love.
An Offering of Leaves
Putn Lauor-Manonti, íoroword by David Liío
144 pp. 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
For many years at the Jivamukti Yoga School in New York City and throughout the country,
the popular and highly regarded yoga teacher Ruth Lauer-Manenti (affectionately called
“Lady Ruth”) has been offering “dharma talks” to her students. Stories from her life accom-
pany her classes and represent the yogic commitments to ahimsa (nonviolence), compas-
sion, and service.
Some of these talks have been collected in this book, many accompanied by a reading from
classic Hindu texts, such as the Bhagavad Gita, The Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and The Yoga
Sutras of Patanjali. Composed with humor and sensitivity, An Offering of Leaves is the perfect
gift for any aspiring yoga practitioner or spiritual seeker who wishes to live with thoughtful-
ness and integrity.
Yoga
RUTH LAUER-MANENTI has taught yoga for the past eighteen years to stu-
dents from around the world, primarily at the Jivamukti Yoga School in New
York City, her home. She is a devoted student with the blessings of her teach-
ers Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Saraswati Jois, Sharath Rangaswami, Sharon Gannon,
David Life, Dr. Jayashree, Prof. Nagaraja Rao, and Dr. Gurudath and his family.
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Sweeping the Dust
Putn Lauor-Manonti,
íoroword by Snaron Gannon
144 pp, 5 x 8, $15.00 pbk
In this book, a companion to An Offering of Leaves, much-loved Jivamukti Yoga teacher Ruth
Lauer-Manenti offers over forty more of the “dharma talks” that she gives at the beginning
of each yoga class. Her reections—complete with the Sanskrit verses that are the source of
her studies, as well as the English transliteration and translation—are at once poignant and
practical, and both minutely observed and expansive in their implications for our inner and
outer lives. These teachings on yogic principles open up the emotional and spiritual path-
ways that allow us to deepen our yoga practice and go to the essence of the ancient wisdom
contained within.
Yoga
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Yoga of Heart
The Healing Power of Intimate Connection
Mark Wnitwoll
192 pp, 8 x 10, $19.95 pbk
Whitwell considers the tantric dimensions of hatha yoga—how its purpose is to link the
mind to the wonder of our condition. He shows how hatha yoga is participation in life’s
polarities already in union, through the male surrender to the female principle. Yoga of Heart
shows how we can forge that union of polarities within our body.
The Bhagavad Gita as a Living Experience
Wilíriod Huonzormoyor & Jutta Zimmormann
144 pp, 5 ½ x 8 ½, $12.00 pbk
Part of the great epic poem the Mahabharata, the Bhagavad Gita tells the story of Arjuna, a
great warrior and prince who, on the eve of battle, experiences doubt and fear at the coming
ght. His charioteer, however, is none other than Lord Krishna, who not only strengthens
his heart for battle, but explains to him the many paths of yoga, before revealing himself in
all his glory as God incarnate.
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Fruits and Gifts of Spirit Thomas Keating 978-193005-121-8 $14.00 pbk 37
God!s Covenant with Animals J. R. Hyland 978-1-930051-15-7 $14.00 pbk 19
God!s Harp String William Skudlarek, OSB 978-1-59056-181-2 $20.00 pbk 15
God Who Is Here, The Peter Traben Haas 978-1-59056-239-0 $22.00 pbk 22
Golden Laws, The Ryuho Okawa 978-1-930051-61-4 $16.00 pbk 20
Golden Transition Kumuda Reddy 978-1-930051-56-0 $20.00 pbk 31
Great Compassion Norm Phelps 978-1-59056-069-3 $20.00 pbk 18
Green Belt Movement Wangari Maathai 978-1-59056-040-2 $16.00 pbk 12
Green Bible Scharper & Cunningham 978-1-930051-64-5 $15.00 pbk 15
Green Monasticism
Prof. Donald W. Mitchell/
William Skudlarek, OSB
978-1-59056-167-6 $22.00 pbk 16
Growing America David Kidd 978-1-59056-030-3 $17.00 pbk 12
Guideposts to Happiness Ryuho Okawa 978-1-59056-056-3 $12.00 pbk 20
Hares and the Elephants Kumuda Reddy 978-1-929297-10-8 $13.95 hbd 00
Heart of Man, The Erich Fromm 978-1-59056-186-7 $20.00 pbk 25
He Walked Through Walls Myriam Miedzian 978-1-59056-150-8 $20.00 pbk 21
Holocaust and the Henmaid!s Tale Karen Davis 978-1-59056-091-4 $18.00 pbk 10
Holy Cow Steven Rosen 978-1-59056-066-2 $17.00 pbk 18
How I Feel Michael Olson 978-1-59056-037-2 $15.00 pbk 30
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How to Eat like a Vegetarian Carol J. Adams/ Patti Breitman 978-1-59056-137-9 $20.00 pbk 4
Human–Animal Studies Margo DeMello 978-1-59056-180-5 $20.00 pbk 2
Illustrated Guide to Tactical Diagramming Charles Heal 978-1-59056-238-3 $25.00 pbk 26
Into the Depths Mary Margaret Funk 978-1-59056-235-2 $15.00 pbk 15
Invincible Thinking Ryuho Okawa 978-1-59056-051-8 $12.00 pbk 20
Islam Is. . . . Mary Margaret Funk 978-1-59056-125-6 $14.00 pbk 16
Joy of Weight Loss Norris Chumley 978-1-930051-19-5 $15.00 pbk 28
Judaism and Global Survival Richard H. Schwartz 978-1-930051-87-4 $20.00 pbk 17
Judaism and Vegetarianism Richard H. Schwartz 978-1-930051-24-9 $18.00 pbk 16
Lantern Vegan Family Cookbook Brian P. McCarthy 978-1-59056-087-7 $20.00 pbk 6
Laws of Happiness Ryuho Okawa 978-1-59056-073-0 $12.00 pbk 20
Laws of the Sun Ryuho Okawa 978-1-930051-62-1 $16.00 pbk 20
Lifelong Activist Hillary Rettig 978-1-59056-090-7 $22.00 pbk 7
Live Your Dreams, Change the World
Joanne Gavin/James Campbell Quick/
David Gavin
978-1-59056-368-7 $20.00 pbk 25
Living Among Meat Eaters Carol J. Adams 978-1-59056-116-4 $20.00 pbk 5
Longest Struggle Norm Phelps 978-1-59056-106-5 $20.00 pbk 9
Look Two Ways One Way St. Bart Potenza 978-1-59056-139-3 $17.00 pbk 5
Lost Religion of Jesus Keith Akers 978-1-930051-26-3 $20.00 pbk 17
Love, Nurture, and Forgive Ryuho Okawa 978-1-930051-78-2 $12.00 pbk 20
Love-Powered Diet Victoria Moran 978-1-59056-117-1 $20.00 pbk 27
Making Their Own Peace Ann N. Madsen 978-1-59056-047-1 $17.95 pbk 17
Manifesting God Thomas Keating 978-1-59056-085-3 $14.00 pbk 37
Meditation, Oneness and Physics Glen Peter Kezwer 978-1-930051-33-1 $15.00 pbk 18
Messenger, The Edward Tabbitas 978-1-59056-100-3 $16.00 pbk 19
More than a Meal Karen Davis 978-1-930051-88-1 $20.00 pbk 10
Move the Message Josephine Bellaccomo 978-1-59056-029-7 $20.00 pbk 8
Muzzling a Movement Dara Lovitz 978-1-59056-176-8 $20.00 pbk 9
No Easy Answers Brooks Brown/Rob Merritt 978-1-59056-031-0 $18.95 pbk 3
Offering of Leaves Ruth Lauer-Manenti 978-1-59056-150-8 $15.00 pbk 32
Old Wine in New Skins Paul David Lawson 978-1-93005-129-4 $20.00 pbk 23
Olive and the Tree, The Dr. Ruth Westheimer/Gil Sedan 978-1-59056-102-7 $20.00 pbk 21
One Day in the Life of 179212 Jens Soering 978-1-59056-345-8 $18.00 pbk 0
One Two ONE Lila Sophia Tresemer/David Tresemer 978-1-59056-165-2 $20.00 pbl 21
Origin of Love Ryuho Okawa 978-1-59056-052-5 $12.00 pbk 20
Parallel Process, The Krissy Pozatek, LICSW 978-1-59056-236-9 $20.00 pbk 4
Pathology of Normalcy, The Erich Fromm 978-1-59056-184-3 $25.00 pbk 25
Peace to All Beings Judy Carman 978-1-59056-005-1 $18.00 pbk 17
Personality Henry Kellerman 978-1-59056-353-3 $25.00 pbk 25
PETA Celebrity Cookbook Ingrid Newkirk 978-1-59056-027-3 $20.00 pbk 7
Please, Can We Keep the Donkey? Diane Sullivan/ Holly Vietzke 978-1-59056-122-5 $19.95 hbd 13
Philosophy of Animal Rights, The Mylan Engel, Ph.D./ Kathie Jenni, Ph.D. 978-1-59056-177-5 $10.00 pbk 11
Philosophy of Progress Ryuho Okawa 978-1-59056-057-0 $14.00 pbk 20
Physician Champion, The Malcolm Herring, MD 978-1-59056-237-6 $20.00 pbk 29
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (Second Edition) Raymond B. Flannery 978-1-59056-358-8 $20.00 pbk 25
Practical Peacemaker Kate Lawrence 978-1-59056-140-9 $16.00 pbk 12
Preventing Youth Violence Raymond B. Flannery 978-1-59056-328-1 $15.00 pbk 25
Primer on Animal Rights Kim W. Stallwood 978-1-59056-003-7 $15.00 pbk 9
Race for Life Ruth E. Heidrich 978-1-59056-097-6 $16.00 pbk 28
Radical Vegetarianism Mark Braunstein 978-1-59056-151-5 $20.00 pbk 5
Revolution of Hope, The Erich Fromm 978-1-59056-183-6 $20.00 pbk 25
Science and Search for God Gary Kowalski 978-1-59056-045-7 $15.00 pbk 20
Senior Fitness Ruth E. Heidrich 978-1-59056-074-7 $17.00 pbk 28
Shifting Sands Dr. Ruth Westheimer/Gil Sedan 978-1-59056-114-0 $20.00 pbk 21
Sistah Vegan A. Breeze Harper 978-1-59056-145-4 $22.00 pbk 6
Sister Vegetarian!s 31 Days of Drama-Free Living Donna Beaudoin 978-1-59056-318-2 $17.95 pbk 4
Social Creatures Clif Flynn 978-1-59056-123-2 $50.00 pbk 2
Songs of My Families Kelly Fern 978-1159056-320-5 $15.00 pbk 0
Sound Doctrine Charles Heal 978-1-930051-11-9 $20.00 pbk 26
Speaking Out for Animals Kim W. Stallwood 978-1-930051-34-8 $18.00 pbk 10
Spirituality, Contemplation, and Transformation Thomas Keating 978-1-59056-110-2 $20.00 pbk 22
Spiritual Life, The Donald Mitchell/James Wiseman 978-1-59056-173-7 $22.00 pbk 16
St. Thérèse of Lisieux Thomas Keating 978-1-930051-20-1 $10.00 pbk 22
Starting Point of Happiness Ryuho Okawa 978-1-930051-18-8 $10.00 pbk 20
Stoning the Keepers at the Gate Lawrence N. Blum 978-1-59056-006-8 $20.00 pbk 26
Stories Rabbits Tell Susan E. Davis/Margo DeMello 978-1-59056-044-0 $25.00 pbk 13
Story of a Remarkable Medicine Jack Dreyfus 978-1-59056-062-4 $12.95 pbk 29
Strategic Action for Animals Melanie Joy 978-1-59056-136-2 $20.00 pbk 8
Sundays at the Magic Monastery Thomas Keating 978-1-59056-033-4 $15.00 pbk 22
Sweeping the Dust Ruth Lauer-Manenti 978-1-59056-231-4 $15.00 pbk 33
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Teaching the Animal: The Humanities Margo DeMello 978-1-59056-178-2 $30.00 pbk 2
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Thought is Just a Thought Leslie Talley 978-1-59056-065-5 $10.00 pbk 30
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To Change a Mind Dr. John A. McKinnon 978-1-59056-234-5 $23.00 pbk 3
Transformation of Suffering Thomas Keating 978-1-59056-036-5 $12.00 pbk 22
Unchanged Mind John A. McKinnon 978-1-59056-124-9 $23.00 pbk 3
Understanding Animal Abuse Clifton Flynn 978-1-59056-339-7 $12.00 pbk 10
Unnatural Order Jim Mason 978-1-59056-081-5 $19.95 pbk 11
Unshakable Mind Ryuho Okawa 978-1-930051-77-5 $15.00 pbk 20
Vaccination Dilemma Sophia Christine Murphy 978-1-93005-110-2 $15.00 pbk 30
Vegan Diet as Chronic Disease Prevention Kerrie Saunders 978-1-59056-038-9 $20.00 pbk 27
Violent Person Raymond B. Flannery 978-1-59056-146-1 $100.00 hbd 25
Violent Person Raymond B. Flannery 978-1-59056-147-8 $30.00 pbk 25
Walking With Wisdom Nan C. Merrill 978-1-59056-143-0 $12.00 pbk 23
Way of Compassion Martin Rowe 978-0-9664056-0-6 $19.95 pbk 11
Way of the Prisoner Jens Soering 978-1-59056-055-6 $19.95 pbk 24
What Is Biodynamics? Rudolf Steiner 978-0-88010-540-8 $20.00 pbk 14
When God Says No Daniel Lanahan 978-1-930051-90-4 $10.00 pbk 24
When Wine Tastes Best Maria Thun/Matthias Thun 978-0-86315-821-6 $7.99 pbk 14
World Peace Diet Will Tuttle 978-1-59056-083-9 $22.00 pbk 27
Wisdom of the Chakras, The Ellen Tadd 978-1-59056-175-1 $15.00 pbk 31
Witness to the Fullness of Light William Skudlarek, OSB/Bettina Bäumer 978-1-59056-269-7 $20.00 pbk 15
Written in Frustration Jack Dreyfus 978-1-59056-084-6 $15.00 pbk 29
Yoga of Heart Mark Whitwell 978-1-59056-068-6 $19.95 pbk 33
Discernment
Educating the Mind and Spirit
160 pages, 5 ¼ x 8 ¼, $12.00 pbk
Discernment—the
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and then forms a
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casually adopted. Using stories gath-
ered from many Buddhist sources, Yifa
wittily and incisively explores what it
means to nurture consideration, delib-
erativeness, and acumen.
Authenticity
Clearing the Junk: A Buddhist
Perspective
128 pp, 5 ¼ x 8 ¼, $10.00 pbk
This book explores
junk food, junk stuff,
junk relationships,
junk communication,
and junk thoughts
and feelings. It shows
how our obsession
with materialism,
convenience, and the fast-paced
nature of our society is diminishing
our ability to connect wholeheartedly
with others and making it harder for
us to lead authentic lives.
The Tender Heart
A Buddhist Response to
Suffering
128 pp, 5 ¼ x 8 ¼, $10.00 pbk
Venerable Yifa looks
at how and why
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why some people die
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VENERABLE YIFA is a nun belonging to the religious order Fo Guang Shan, which was founded by Vener-
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Prayer, Lectio Divina, and interreligious dialogue.
Divine Therapy & Addiction: Centering Prayer and the Twelve Steps /
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Manifesting God / 144 pp, 5 x 8, $14.00 pbk / Manifesting God considers the
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Fruits and Gifts of the Spirit / 128 pp, 5 x 8, $14.00 pbk / Thomas Keating
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