Mascot Blog

New Releases for March 2018!

Happy March! We are excited for you to see our new books that we published this month. The March releases include cookbooks, non-fiction, fiction, an autobiography, poetry, plenty of great children’s books and more!

Cookbooks

Souper Chefs: 40 Heart Healthy Soup Recipes From the Atlantic City Volunteer Chefs

by Chef Bob Harre and Chef Wolfgang Geckeler

On January 8, 2015, Chef Bob Harre and Chef Wolfgang Geckeler started a heart-healthy soup program at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Their goal was to make sure the homeless clients at the mission had heart-healthy food at least three times a week. Since then, their “Souper Chef” program has served over 75,000 bowls of heart-healthy soup.

This cookbook is a collection of 40 of the best soup recipes from the professional chef volunteers, who hope that you will enjoy making and serving them as much as they have. 100% of the proceeds from this cookbook go to support the Atlantic City Rescue Mission.

Nonfiction

Breakup Positive: Turn Heartbreak Into Happiness

by Kris Drewry

So you broke up—now what? Maybe you’re feeling lost, maybe you’re feeling hurt, maybe you’re feeling unsure of what’s coming next… That’s all normal. But now what can you do about it? Breakup Positive is your guide to using the negative force of a breakup and changing it in guiding positive change in your life. It’s about finding yourself again and knowing that you’re okay—more than okay—and you can make yourself better and happier. Breakups hurt, but there’s always a way to be a little more positive.

Kill Or Be Killed

by Unknown Christian Warrior

This manual, by an Unknown Christian Warrior, is your guide to the battle against evil and for Our Almighty God. Use the natural gifts that God has given you and don’t lose them! He has provided for you and you must fight for Him in return. Featuring testimony from Unknown Christian Warrior, prayers, and the knowledge you need to fight for your soul, Kill or Be Killed is a Christian warrior’s handbook.

Fiction

Enemy in the Wire

by Andy Symonds with Navy SEAL Chris McKinley

This riveting military thriller gives the reader an up-close, behind-the-scenes look at the elite SpecOps brotherhood and how they operate in the vein of American Sniper or Lone Survivor. The heart-racing action sequences in Enemy in the Wire could only be relayed by a real Navy SEAL.

Biography

Radio: My Love, My Passion

by Marlin R. Taylor

Marlin R. Taylor first discovered musical recordings when he was elementary school-age, when they came from phonograph records that played at 78 revolutions-per-minute. This was just the prelude to his love affair with radio, which began at the end of World War Two, which he received his very own AM-only radio. This was the beginning of his “education” in the industry, knowledge that would serve him well through a career that spanned six decades and a variety of mediums, from AM to FM to satellite.

Poetry

Through My Eyes

by Hillary Dutkiewicz

As a firefighter, a first responder, and a friend, Hillary Dutkiewicz brings you into her fast-paced life with the moments captured in this book. Celebrating the beauty of lives and relationships, this collection of poetry glimpses at raw, unedited feelings born from a life on the line of fire.

Business

Crisis Ready

by Melissa Agnes

In Crisis Ready, Melissa Agnes draws from her remarkable experience in helping global brands, government organizations, and world leaders prevent and overcome a range of real-world, high-impact crises. She uses this experience to provide your organization with a clear roadmap to implementing a crisis ready culture—and thus building an INVINCIBLE brand.
Crisis Ready is not about crisis management. Management is what happens after the negative event has occurred. Readiness is what is done to build an INVINCIBLE brand, where negative situations don’t occur—and even if they do, they’re instantly overcome in a way that leads to increased organizational trust, credibility, and goodwill.

Collegiate

Hello, Maroon Tiger

by Earl Anthony Cooper

It is game day at Morehouse! Follow Maroon Tiger around campus as he makes his way to the stadium for the big football game. A book for children and grandchildren of Morehouse College alumni, staff, faculty and fans.

Children’s Books

Hal’s Worst Wednesday

by Mike Trenk

This is the most terrible Wednesday that Hal has ever had,
It seems as if everything on this Wednesday is going bad.
Everything is wrong for Hal today, but what can he do?
Maybe with a little bit of help and support, he can learn how to cope with being blue.
Follow along with Hal on his worst day yet,
and discover how a little happiness, even on the worst days, can be easy to get!

Grady Gets Glasses

by Dede Rittman

Grab your glasses and see the world through Grady’s eyes in this fun and educational story from the inspired mind of Dede Rittman. Thoughtfully-written and beautifully illustrated, Grady Gets Glasses demonstrates how wearing glasses can make people (and rabbits) extra special by allowing them to see the world in new and exciting ways every day. Exploring the fundamentals of vision in an engaging, relatable, and easy-to-understand way, Grady Gets Glasses is a great way teach and inspire the young readers in your life.

Are You My Motherboard?

by Chris Masullo

Are You My Motherboard? is a cyberspace journey for computer geeks of all ages.  Join Arty on a dream world adventure as he searches for components and learns to build his very own computer.

General Crane

by Linda Fitz Hoover

Would you be willing to leave your family and go off to war at age 12? To toss crates of tea overboard at the Boston Tea Party? Or to command the Third Continental Artillery over the cold winter at Valley Forge?
John Crane did all of these and more! Come follow along on his astounding journey as a patriot, a commander, a judge…a hero of the American Revolution!

Aida Brown’s Big Sister Crown

by Damyionne Brown

Something BIG is happening in Aida’s life — there’s a new addition to her family! Aida’s mommy is pregnant and Aida is so excited to meet the new baby… until she starts to think about what being a big sister really means. Does it mean she has to share her toys? Or, even worse, that she has to share her parents?

Follow along with Aida as she discovers what wearing a BIG SISTER CROWN really means!

Biddle Claus: The Claus Who Almost Ruined Christmas

by Adam Hilligardt

Santa has stopped bringing coal to naughty kids for Christmas — and now they’re everywhere! Someone needs to punish the naughtiest kids, but if it’s not Santa, then who could it be? In comes Biddle Claus, riding up the toilet bowl! His gifts are much worse than coal. The kids have to find a way to save Christmas from Biddle before it’s too late!

Loretta, You Can’t Wear Shoes To Bed

by Bradley Weldon

Loretta knows that if she doesn’t wear her shoes to bed, she won’t be able to go on adventures in her sleep! So she insists on wearing them even though her father begs her not to. He tells her she can’t wear her shoes to bed! She says of course she can! Will Daddy win the shoe war or will Loretta be able to use her imagination to find a compromise?

Look What Kate Can Do: One Hand Works As Well As Two

By Katie and Paul Leatherwood

Kate was born with symbrachydactyly, a big word for upper limb differences.
How does a little girl feel about growing up with one hand? How does she answer people’s questions? Here’s Kate’s story in her own words.

Jake and Gracie: A Night to Remember

By Christina Hammons
How can a brother and sister go on the same carnival ride and yet remember it so differently? Well, when they’re Jake and Gracie, they tend to remember things a little differently. Listen to each of these siblings tell their side of the story, but as to who to believe…that’s up to you!

Little Animal Stories

by Joanna Dobkowska

Open this book and step into a forest filled with animals, each with their own tale! In each of six stories, the characters have problems they must solve. Little Animal Stories shows that every problem has a solution and nothing is too difficult to overcome!

The Krayon Kids

by Karen Marquez Morales

Follow the Krayon Kids as they take you
on a colorful journey of how they learn to work together despite their differences while living in their box.

The Adventures of Otitis

by Molly Lichtenwalner and Jessica Nicholson

Otitis is just a regular cat…except he has no ears! Finding a forever home is hard enough, but can he find someone who wants an earless cat? Otitis is in for an adventure of a lifetime, and he can only hope for his own happy ending!

A Book Never Read Before

by A.G. Grey

WARNING! This book has NEVER been read before! Ok, it’s been started or skimmed or even had the ending read before the beginning… But the WHOLE THING has never been read! It can’t be done. If it had been done, it wouldn’t be called A Book Never Read Before. But it’s impossible!

Don’t say I didn’t warn you…

The Artist’s Alphabet

by Julia Meschter

Typography isn’t just for designers anymore! Created by Julia Meschter, a former designer for NIKE, Inc. with more than twenty years of experience in the industry, The Artist’s Alphabet combines keen design sense with the joy of early learning. Whether you’re teaching your child the ABCs or just love letters, this book is the perfect aesthetic addition to your library!

Look Up, Little One

by Neha Patil Kumar

The world around us is filled with magical moments that you don’t want to miss! But they won’t be found in your screen. Look Up, Little One is an appreciation of the beauty and wonder that surrounds us — as long as children look up and explore the world around them!

When I Was a Child I was Always Afraid

by Michael Cascio

Are you afraid when
you go to bed?
This book will put
good thoughts
in your head.

By Heather Behrmann

Fore!! This little book is a lovely introduction to the wonderful game of golf!

I Am Brave and Unafraid

by Arielle Cohen

Once there was a young boy who loved to go camping. He dreamed that he went camping with his Teddy Bear, Marshmallow. While sleeping in his tent, he heard noised that scared him. Eventually, he found the courage to to be brave and not let those noises scare him. This encouraging story teaches children to be brave and to not let their fear get in the way of their happiness.
by Rebecca Bowen

My Incredible Talking Body: Learning to Be Calm helps children learn to recognize the signals of their various emotions so that they can be mindful of their reactions. A learning guide is included to help parents engage in meaningful conversation with their children.

Grandma Hearts: Beaches

by Dionne Kelm

The Grandma Hearts series by Dionne Kelm explores the special bond grandparents share with their grandchildren. With heart-warming text and wonderful illustrations, children and grandparents alike will enjoy these stories of beaches and the important lessons they share.

How to Sell Books

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

*