Readers of our blog will remember that last month’s new releases touched on themes of introspection and nostalgia. This month, our new titles continue on that path and focus on meaningful reflection. Whether on the past, relationships, world choice, or actions, the midway point of 2022 is the perfect time for contemplation.
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We’re kicking our July titles off with Reimagining Blue from Amplify Publishing. Written by former Aurora, Illinois, police chief Kristen Ziman, this captivating memoir shares details of Kristen’s life and upbringing, her time in the police force and the many challenges she faced, and her thoughts on the way forward for policing.
At Mascot Books, we’re releasing four new nonfiction titles. From a multigenerational story about a legendary Hungarian family, to one man’s account of his bond with his dog, to the life story of renowned NFL coach Mike Westhoff, this month’s memoirs are insightful, heartfelt, and incredibly honest. And topping things off, we’re releasing a guide that helps readers improve their writing and learn how to make words shine. No two stories are the same, but these four books show that we can always learn from each other’s journeys.
As always, our new releases from Mascot Kids include several engaging and beautifully illustrated picture books. This July, several of our titles center around mindfulness and self-awareness to help children grow and learn to respect themselves and others.
But of course, we haven’t forgotten summer adventures! With stories like The Swimming Pugs, in which two puppies explore the Bahamas, and Big Daddy and Rico’s RUFF Decision, which follows Big Daddy and Rico as they search for a new puppy, new adventures are all in a day’s work.