Quaker Bestsellers 2013

From the 2013 FGC Gathering in Greeley, Colorado


Hope and History: Why We Must Share the Story of the Movement

By Vincent Harding. Orbis Books, 2009. 223 pages. $16/paperback.

(Friends Journal reviewed this title in the September 2011 issue.)


The Dance Between Hope & Fear

By John Calvi. True Quaker Press, 2013. 222 pages. $14.95/paperback.


Howard and Anna Brinton: Re-inventors of Quakerism in the Twentieth Century

By Anthony Manousos. QuakerBridge Media of FGC, 2013. 266 pages. $25/paperback.


Sparkling Still: A Quaker Curriculum for First Day School or Home Use for Children Ages 3-8

By the Sparkling Still working group of Friends General Conference. Quaker Press of FGC, 2013. 88 pages. $12.50/paperback. $7/digital PDF.


Public Secrets & Justice: A Journal of a Circuit Court Judge

By Laura Melvin. Shayna Publishing, Inc., 2013. 286 pages. $14/paperback.


Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree: 61 Stories of Creative & Compassionate Ways out of Conflict

By Mark Andreas. Real People Press, 2011. 296 pages. $16.50/paperback.

(Friends Journal reviewed this title in the February 2013 issue.)


The Back Bench: A Novel

By Margaret Hope Bacon. Quaker Press of FGC, 2007. 126 pages. $13/paperback (price reduced to $2.50).


Quaker Process for Friends on the Benches

By Mathilda Navias. Friends Publishing Corporation, 2012. 323 pages. $25/paperback.


Facets of Quakerism

By Sally Rickerman. Troll Press, 2013. 34 pages. $6/pamphlet.


Ending Cycles of Violence II: Kenyan Quaker Peacemaking Response to 2007 and 2013 Elections

By Judy Lumb et al. Producciones de la Hamaca (Belize) and Madera Press, 2013. 185 pages. $18/paperback.

(Friends Journal reviewed the first edition of this title in the January 2013 issue.)

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