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The Golden Cup

Sometimes, you’ll have to make do, and you’ll find a treasure.

Sieglinde has always felt different from her two sisters. But, upon discovering a secret treasure hidden deep in the soil of her late mother's strawberry field, Sieglinde embarks on an emotional journey to find her purpose.
She learns that not all is fair and equal in life, and often the discovery of hidden gifts brings golden opportunities and a surprising and bright future.

Release date: October 29, 2020
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The Adventures of Wilhelm

A young rat, Wilhelm, leaves home and travels the world. He discovers not only the value of different cultures and the importance of family and friendship, but he also has to overcome obstacles with courage and cleverness. He returns home with deep respect for all creatures on this earth and a new sense of rat identity and purpose.

Release date: August 31, 2018
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On The Path and Other Wanderings
SKU: 978-1505578096

A Pilgrim seeks and finds inner peace. The author, who grew up in Germany during and after World War II, sifts through the warm ashes of her painful memories and restores them with a healing vision. Joyful, traumatic, humorous and puzzling experiences find their reflective voice in this collection of poems and stories on people, animals and encounters.
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Return to Dresden

Why did the German people tolerate the Nazi madness? Maria Ritter's life is haunted by the ever-painful, never-answerable "German Question." Who knew? What was known? 

Confronting the profound silence in which most postwar Germans buried pain and shame, she attempts in this memoir to give an answer for herself and for her generation. Sixty years after the defeat of Nazi Germany, she reflects on the nation's oppressive burden and the persecution of the contemporary consciousness.

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Return to Leipzig

“The following collection of letters tells a story of human compassion, of survival, and the power of an insistent faith. Gratitude is timeless and the Artabans are still among us on their journey.”
— Maria Ritter, 2020
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