Monthly Archives: May 2014
Fridays At Enrico’s from Counterpoint
Don Carpenter was one of the finest novelists in the West. His first novel, A Hard Rain Falling, published in 1966, has been championed by Richard Price, and George Pelecanos called it “a masterpiece . . . the definitive juvenile-delinquency … Continue reading
PGW has a plethora of amazing children’s books coming in Fall 2014! Kirkus BEA/ALA Special Issue reviewed Dojo Daycare from Owlkids! “Ninja training begins early, but before any power moves are taught, young ones must first learn to control their emotions … Continue reading
Digital book 2014
I’m speaking at next week’s #DigitalBook2014 conference. Looking forward to seeing you at #IDPF #BEA14. More info: idpf.org/db14. Thursday, May 29 9:00 -9:45 Business & Marketing The Future of Libraries as a Key Discovery Channel Alexandra Nicolajsen (Kensington Publishing), Patricia … Continue reading
Visit Consortium at the Book Expo America 2014!
Consortium Book Sales and Distribution will be in booths 1102-1111 at the 2014 Book Expo America! We will kick off with Consortium President Julie Schaper discussing our books at the AAP Annual Librarians Book Buzz in the Jacob K. Javits … Continue reading
“It’s going to change the way we look at parenting.” Oprah Winfrey
Parents who want to find a new way to raise their children will love this book about parenting, from a spiritual perspective. Source: https://www.facebook.com/oprahwinfrey Contributor Information Shefali Tsabary, PhD, received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University, … Continue reading
How Big is 43 Quintillion?
It’s hard to imagine what a crowd of one billion people would look like, but if one billion children stood on each other’s shoulders, they would reach past the moon! How Big Is 43 Quintillion helps readers understand large numbers … Continue reading
Praise for The Lion and the Bird from School Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews!
The Lion and the Bird, by Marianne Dubuc, is a tale of an unlikely friendship. When Bird is injured and separated from his flock, Lion invites him to stay and recover. The result is a growing pair of friends enjoying … Continue reading
Sharon Tate: Recollection is a celebration of her life
Considered by many to be the most beautiful woman of her generation, Sharon Tate remains a fascinating pop icon and a poster child for the 1960s. What struck most about Sharon was her gentle nature and the sheer perfection of … Continue reading
What’s your EQ?
NEWSFLASH! Talent Smart’s Emotional Intelligence 2.0 will be in Entertainment Weekly’s “Hot Titles New Bestsellers” tomorrow, Friday May 16, 2014! Emotional Intelligence 2.0 is a book with a single purpose-increasing your EQ. Here’s what people are saying about it: “Emotional Intelligence 2.0 … Continue reading
Find out from a disease detective doctor why germs are such an integral part of our everyday lives. Shelf Awareness reviews It’s Catching from OwlKids! “Author Jennifer Grady, senior scientist at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and a … Continue reading