The Recipes of Musa Dagh by Alberta, Anna and Louisa Magzanian
An Armenian Cookbook in a Dialect of its Own – The recipes of Victoria Chaparian Magzanian. The Magzanian sisters have teamed up to produce this wonderful cookbook, preserving the distinct cooking of Musa Dagh, and with it, many of the stories of village and mountain where they lived.
The Hymnal Hokevor Yerkaran – (English and Armenian)
The Hymnal (Hokevor Yerkaran), published by the Armenian Heritage Committee of Royal Oak, Michigan, (August of 2014), represents the culmination of 22 years of tireless and selfless labor by its two editors, the brother-sister team of Hrant Agbabian and Lucina Agbabian Hubbard. Lifelong members of the Armenian Evangelical Community and the children of Rev. Siragan Agbabian, each brought their significant musical talents to bear on a task that neither anticipated would last the better part of a quarter century. Hrant was for decades choir conductor at the largest Armenian Evangelical Church in the US; Lucina has for many years been teaching Armenian music history at USC. Working with them were a number of distinguished clergy and laymen from both within and without the Evangelical tradition.
Այս Տունը Քո՞ւկդ է Թէ Իմս – “Is This House Yours or Mine?” – (In Armenian)
by Զաւէն Խանճեան – Zaven Khanjian
“Is This House Yours or Mine?” Այս Տունը Քո՞ւկդ է Թէ Իմս – Pages from Diary of the Author’s pilgrimage to Western Armenia, Cilicia and Constantinople. Ուխտագնացութիւն դէպի Արեւմտեան Հայաստան, Կիլիկիա եւ Կոստանդնուպոլիս – Հեղինակին Օրագրութեան էջերէն առնուած։
Հալէպ Առաջին Կայարան – Մանկութիւն ունեցող տղու մը յուշերը – “ALEPPO FIRST STATION” – Childhood memoirs of a happy teenager inn Aleppo, Syria (In Armenian)
by Զաւէն Խանճեան – Zaven Khanjian
“HALEB Arachin Gayaran” Հալէպ Առաջին Կայարան is the story of a young boy who lived and tremendously enjoyed his childhood in HALEB. It shares the vibrant upbringing, happy and amazing childhood stories, and beautiful memories of growing up. It’s the story of the author’s neighborhood, school, church, neighbors, teachers, classmates, the markets shopped at, bookstores visited, libraries that illuminated a generation, eateries frequented, leaders encountered, places visited, people met and people loved.
Showers of Grace by Arousiag Tovmassian Missirlian
A Memoir of God’s Abundant Blessing Throughout a Lifetime of Christian Service, is a beautifully written book about the rich life of Arousiag Tovmassian Missirlian. Beloved wife of two pastors, Rev. Edward Tovmassian who passed away in 1986, and Rev. Harry Missirlian, who passed away in 2007.
Musa Dagh Girl by Virginia Matosian Apelian
Daughter of Armenian Genocide Survivors, the author tells of her loving upbringing against a dark historical background.
Challenges and Responses by Rev. Dr. Vahan H. Tootikian
The book presents examples of challenges and responses in three parts: 1. Observances and Observations; 2. Views on Issues; 3. As I See It.
The Thirsty Enemy, A Memoir by Rev. Dr. John Markarian
The book, a memoir, tells Markarian’s story of being the founding president of Haigazian University in Beirut, Lebanon, and of his and his wife’s adventure of living in Lebanon and caring for thousands of refugees during seven years of war.
An Olive Branch from Lebanon by Hosanna Allen
The story of a young woman’s journey of faith as she comes to know the Lord’s abundant love.
Anahid’s Gourmet Cookbookby Anahid Doniguian
A comprehensive cookbook of international cuisine.
Armenia: Portraits of Survival by Jerry Berndt
Photographs by Jerry Berndt with Introduction by Donald E. Miller.
Armenian Food: Fact, Fiction & Folklore by Irina Petrosian and David Underwood
The rich history, legends, and stories about Armenia’s delightful cuisine.
Armenian Needle Lace and Embroidery by Alice Odian Kasparian
A photographic collection of more than 100 priceless specimens (a third in color), plus step by step instructions for making two dozen easy needle lace patterns and diagrams for sophisticated Marash embroidery.
Claws of the Crab by Stephen Brook
A report from the front line in Georgia as civil war erupts throughout the former Soviet Union. Posing as a foreign correspondent, the author travels through the Caucasus, surveying the blockade of Azerbaijan, the turmoil in Armenia and the plight of civilized people desperate to halt the chaos.
Conversations with Contemporary Armenian Artists by Jackie Abramian
Contains the first collection of interviews with 20 Armenian artists. The collection reveals the inner thoughts of today’s creative Armenian minds.
Don’t Let the Goats Eat the Loquat Trees by Thomas Hale
The adventures of an American surgeon in Nepal.
Essays by Rev. Dr. Vahan Tootikian
Drawing from current events, the author shows how the human dilemma remains much the same as ancient times.
Money and Woman’s Self-Esteem by Pepronia Merjanian, Ph.D.
Provides a Christian perspective on how various perceptions of money affect people’s lives.
Rev. Movses B. Janbazian: Man of Vision with a Mission compilation of Rev. Dr. Movses Janbazian’s sermons & essays
Insights into the life, works, and constant dedication of Rev. Janbazian.
The Golden Age by A.A. Bedikian
Treatises of the great literary figures of the Armenian Golden Age of the 5th Century.
Haigazian Armenological Review 1998 by Haigazian University, Beirut
Haigazian Armenological Review 1999 by Haigazian University, Beirut
Haigazian Armenological Review 2001 by by Haigazian University, Beirut