Houston, TX (USA), May 23rd, 2015 -- Children’s book author Anita Turnage understands the importance of sharing nature with children. Animals and nature are the perfect medium through which to gently teach important lessons and about the world we live in. In this endearing tale filled with vivid and colorful illustrations by Kim Sponaugle, a little boy named Haden, who loves to catch bugs, shares exciting adventures with Nana T in her garden. One day, while on hands and knees, they come face to face
Each year, for the past 30 years, NABE (National Association of Book Entrepreneurs) has honored some of the finest books published by its members.
Karen Baney, author of the best-selling "Prescott Pioneers" book series was awarded the QED seal from Digital Book World for quality in excellence and design for book #4 in the series, "A Hope Revealed."
Puppy Love from the judges at The Reader's Favorite Book Awards
Tales from a Mountain City: A Vietnam War Memoir by Quynh Dao is one of twelve titles shortlisted for
the fifth William Saroyan International Prize for Writing in 2012.
Cheryl Robinson, Executive Producer, announces the winner of the Just About Books Talk Show Award for Best Fiction, The Prison Plumb Line by Yvonne J. Medley. It is a story about incarcerated women that opens hearts and broadens perspectives.
In the short time since its release [i]One Precious Pearl[/i] has received many positive reviews and garnered three awards. One of Jesus Christ's most misunderstood parables is clearly explained in this thought-provoking and easy-to-read book.
"A Best Practice Guide to Assessment and Intervention for Autism and Asperger Syndrome in Schools" by school psychologist Dr. Lee A. Wilkinson has been named a Winner in the Education/Academic category of the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award
Suzanne Collins who wrote the Underland Chronicles and The Hunger Games has won BookSwim's first Booksie Award for her marketing success of new young-adult title, Mockingjay.
Enthusiasm, a novel based on the author's own true story won Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Spring 2010
Winner of 2010 Fraunces Tavern Museum Book Award is "The Peasant Prince, Thaddeus Kosciuszko and the Age of Revolution" by Alex Storozynski, published by Thomas Dunne Books. Mr. Storozynski will be the speaker at a dinner at Fraunces Tavern April 26