Dr. Charles Taylor's latest book is a moving but gritty memoir of his struggles with his son's drug and alcohol addiction. It is a book that parents of drug abusing children will find both touching and helpful.

March Coffield wrote and illustrated a wonderful picture book that doubles as a coloring book. Order it from any local bookstore or on line.

At a glance this book appears to be a cat book, perhaps the perfect cat book. But it is much more, as the subtitle suggests: it is a memoir, an engaging account of life that happens to include cats. Or is it an account of cats that happens to include some of the author’s life? Certainly anyone speaking in the beat lingo of yesteryear would, after reading this book, have to call Chuck Taylor “one true cat.”