Mind & Body
From Heterosexual to Bisexual to Lesbian to God
by Lydia G. Henderson
Paperback, autobiography, adult reading
A captivating look at sexual addiction, pleasure, deceit, betrayal, “demonic attacks,” and the power of God to transform life.
– Dr. Judith Arndell, Clinical Psychologist, author
From Yvette’s kitchen to Your Table
A Treasury of St. Martin’s Traditional & Contemporary Cuisine
by Yvette Hyman
ISBN:0-913441-16-3 (hard cover)
Delicious, delectable, and delightful dishes.
– Gloria Ferris-Bell, nutritionist
The recipes of award-winning chef Yvette Hyman, “first lady of St. Martin’s national cuisine” and founder of Yvette’s Restaurant, a gastronomic institution on the Caribbean’s “best dining island” — hailed in the Newsday, The Boston Sunday Globe, The Washington Post among other media.
Because of Prayer
by Felecita T. Williams
There was a little girl on Curaçao (originally from St. Maarten) who was suffering from serious kidney failure, as a result of “Nephritic Syndrome.” Moreover, it was revealed that she was seriously ill in an isolation room.
– Dr. E.D. Wolff, Sophia Kinderziekenhuis, The Netherlands
A Christian Perspective of Healing for the Caribbean
by Stéphane G. Brooks
Paperback, health/lifestyle, 62 pp.
Minister Brooks illustrates with faith, scriptures, and facts why faith-based organizations should focus on non-discrimination, prevention and care relative to HIV/AIDS … as “healing congregations” to the individual, the community and the nation.
– Suzette Moses-Burton, Program manger, HIV/AIDS Program Government of the Island territory of St. Maarten
Hardcover, 185 pp., 6″ x 9″
Jack and Asha write from their own experience as well as the experience of hundreds of others who have “made their lives count for something.” Use the ideas in this book to help you make your dreams come true. I wish you success and know that you can make it happen.
– Wally “Famous” Amos, president, Uncle No Name Cookie Company
Free copy with all HNP orders … While supply last
Fete – Celebrating St. Martin Traditional Festive Music
A special culture features publication, song, music, dance, carnival, and more, 48 pp.
Contents: Foreword • Tanny & The Boys • Bèbè recalls • In a fête • Quimbé • Carnival • “Jim Tucker” Samuel • Ray Anthony Thomas Tale of a concert • A blast in The Netherlands • Ponum • A bumper crop • Eat, drink …