Book of the Month
The St. Thomas Alumni Book of the Month Club engages alums passionate about fun, enlightening and fulfilling reading. We'll show you a book written by a St. Thomas alum or faculty member, and at the end of the month, we'll feature an interview with that author, bringing you closer to the book and giving a deeper insight to the words and ideas on the page.
Justice Makes A Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire by Dr. Artika R. Tyner
Co-written by Dr. Artika Tyner (a three-time Tommie with Ed.D., M.A. and J.D. degrees), Justice Makes a Difference is the inspiring story of one little girl's realization that her name is her destiny. Through conversations with her grandma and their shared love of books, Justice learns about important women and men throughout history who changed the world.
About the Author
Dr. Artika R. Tyner is a passionate educator, author, speaker and advocate for justice. At St. Thomas, she is the founder and director of the Center on Race, Leadership and Social Justice at the School of Law. She is committed to training students to create new inroads to justice and freedom.
HOLD MINE HAND: THE INCOMPARABLE WISDOM AND HUMOR OF YOUNG BOYS BY TOM H. SMITH
I travel in rusting burned-out sedans: A life inside poetry by Jim Bohen
My name is Steve Delano Bullock: How I Changed My World and the World Around Me Through Leadership, Caring, and Perseverance by Steve D. Bullock '81 MBA
March/April Book 2019
The Vast Wonder of the World: Biologist Ernest Everett Just by Melina Mangal '87