New year, new me, new resolutions! If reading more is one of you New Year’s resolutions, then we’ve got you covered! Check out our full list of January book releases below.January Featured Title: Our American DreamBy Fiona McEnteeImmigrants come from countries far,to dream their dreams beneath American stars.Let’s see who’s
It’s National Author’s Day, and we’re showcasing some of our outstanding #mascotauthors! From adult financial and self-help titles to whimsical and humorous children’s books, our eclectic mix of genres and authors have something for every reader.We’re kicking off this blog with our adult title authors, who’s wise words and impressive
Every month we feature a title we think really shines. This month’s featured title is and
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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.
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.
In light (or darkness) of the upcoming solar eclipse predicted in the U.S. on August 1, best-selling author Pam Hine wrote an informational book to prepare the U.S. for what’s to come.
Her book, , comes in response to the best-selling success of her first book from 1999, Total Eclipse of the Sun in Cornwall
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
It’s time to break out your bow ties and fascinator hats, because tomorrow is the 143rd Kentucky Derby! Whether you’re a horse enthusiast or just like to get in on the fun, there’s no better way to get pumped up than with a good book. Here are our picks for the
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