The Road to OZ by Jay Scarfone and William Stillman - rights available now. The real stories of how the film was made - unauthorized, fair use history and little known or forgotten facts.
A Place in Society, Dyslexia and the Boy Across the River by Kathryn Ward - Autobiography, the compelling story of Kathryn Summerill Ward, Granddaughter of a prominent judge, and daughter of a prohibition era lawyer in South Jersey, a preppy, a rebel, mother of four and wife of a high-level Navy Officer. The family suffers when one daughter dies of brain cancer and the other joins a cult never to be found again. But "Kitty Ward" is unstoppable and has written her life in poems, stories and essays - a delightful read.
Never Give Up - by Dr. Noble Thompson, An African American M.D. who emerged from the hopeless streets of Chester, Pennsylvania, endured the discrimination Hospital Institutions, and overcame profound injuries to be
to then become head of Radiology at a leading Philadelphia Hospital. Dr. Thompson vividly describes the strong women in his family who kept him inspired, supported him while he went to Lincoln University and the restless father who left the family to become a Muslim and appeared at Lincoln with Malcolm X.