By Nelia Dashiell Contributions by Kelly Foster Summer is finally here, and there’s no better time to pick up a great book! It’s time to celebrate our newest releases, and there’s something for everybody this June from a touching YA romance to a personal finance guide to a children’s book about a
Happy November! This month we are releasing some wonderful new books for you to sit down with by the fireplace (hopefully after a big Thanksgiving dinner too!). We have a variety of titles coming out this month, ranging from a nonfiction, to cookbooks, to a diverse range of children’s books.
Based on Carol McCloud’s immensely successful children’s book, Have You Filled a Bucket Today?, and Ann Marie Halstead’s play adaptation and picture book, Bucket Filling Fairy, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? The Musical continues to spread bullying prevention messages to elementary schools. The book and play have brought bullying
It’s officially fall! Kick off the season by sitting down with a warm latte and a good book. We have great new releases this month, including inspiring memoirs, riveting fiction, and even some Halloween-themed books.
There’s nothing better than lounging by the pool with an ice cold lemonade and a good book! Kick off your summer the right way with our new releases, which include a variety of genres for all ages!
By Christopher Ullman
We are excited to announce our new releases, including non-fiction, coffee table, and children’s! Find your new favorite book this month below!
By Julie Tupler, RN
Diastasis recti (the separation of the outermost abdominal muscles) is a condition that is not well known
A few years ago, my 5-year-old daughter asked what the clubhouse at the Masters looked like. My husband went to the Tournament that day and had the privilege of eating lunch at the clubhouse with a member of the National. When she asked me what the clubhouse looked like, I
Books have always been at the heart of my family. My mom loves to share a story about how, at three years of age, I would beg her to teach me to read so that I could talk about books with her and her sister. Reading refreshes my soul, and
I’m a magazine writer by profession, but like all writers, I have a lot of slumbering projects in the drawer. Not all of them fit within my established brand—travel writing, feature stories, and experiential personal essays, but that didn’t mean I didn’t want to see them out in the world.
was written to bring awareness to disadvantaged children, a subject I feel strongly about. When I was a young boy, I was heavily impacted by children who had obvious disadvantages. Those memories stuck with me, and I wanted to help make a difference in the lives of the children and