I trust you
By Luciana Littizzetto
Passionate memoir of a foster mother. The author writes: “You who were not born from my belly but from my heart. You who have a different face from mine, even if everyone says you look like me. You that life is a bastard, because it made you be born in one place and reborn in another. And you couldn’t choose. Neither of the two times “.
PUBLISHER: Mondadori, 168 pages, 19.00 euros
White is the color of the damage
By Francesca Mannocchi
The world seen through disease. The body that becomes the enemy, while the life of a reporter takes you to the war fronts where death is part of everyday life,
simply. Public health becomes a place to discover, while the fear of not being able to raise a child due to a probable disability calls everything into question.
PUBLISHER: Einaudi, 207 pages, € 17.00
ST. Louis – The courage of a captain
By Sara Dellabella and Alessio Lo Manto
May 13, 1939, the St. Louis ocean liner sails from Hamburg with 937 Jews on the run. Gustav Schroder, the commander, wants to save those people from Nazi madness by crossing the Atlantic. But Cuba, the USA and Canada will not grant asylum. There is no other way, to go back to Europe, while a devastating war has now begun.
PUBLISHER: Round robin, 116 pages, 15.00
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