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In honor of World Autism Month, IndieGo Publishing is proud to announce the release of "Daisy Has Autism," by Aaron J. Wright, a work of creative nonfiction that serves as an act of public participation and a call to action. "Daisy Has Autism" is the story of one family’s harrowing experience with public special education and their struggles to educate their daughter according to her unique needs. - April 08, 2019
In their book Married With Cancer, Eileen and Jimmy Newell share how they coped as a couple through their cancer diagnoses and treatments, both as patient and caregiver. They’ve had boundless love and laughter, some tears, and a few life lessons, which they share in this book to give hope and encouragement to their readers as they make their own journey toward survival. - October 02, 2018
“Joy Bliss This: A Teacher’s Journey,” by William Quigley, published by IndieGo Publishing, is the story of the people and events that have impacted the author’s journey as a teacher. He shares his story with soul-baring honesty, his failures as well as his joys and successes. In doing so, he hopes to provide a better understanding of kids, teaching, and education at a time when communities are struggling to define what makes these great - kids, and the ways we nurture and educate them. - April 17, 2018
"Understanding Autistic Behaviors: Improving Health, Independence, and Well-Being" by Theresa Regan, PhD, published by IndieGo Publishing, is a workbook-style resource for families and professionals. Written as a follow-up to her first book, "Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults," this book offers practical solutions to behavioral challenges with the goal of achieving successful outcomes for ASD individuals, their families, and their caregivers. - April 05, 2018
IndieGo Publishing is proud to announce the release of its newest published book, "The Greesnboro Blockhouse Project: An Historical and Archaeological Investigation in Greensboro, Vermont," a work of historical and archaeological nonfiction based on the history and excavation of a Revolutionary War-era military blockhouse built under the orders of Gen. George Washington. - July 14, 2017
"Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults" by Theresa Regan PhD, published by IndieGo Publishing, is a one-of-a-kind resource for families and professionals. Children with autism grow into adults with autism. The great strides we have made in understanding childhood autistic behaviors and interventions have lagged dramatically behind the needs of aging autistics. This unique book offers a glimpse into autism and aging and identifies supports and interventions. - April 20, 2017
Magnus Sucatus Patricius was born in the 5th century to a wealthy family of minor Romano-British nobility. This young man foreswore everything - life, birthright, comfort, and home - to serve God by serving the people who had enslaved him for six years. Open the pages of Magnus Patricius: The Remarkable Life of St Patrick, the Man by Patrick G. Cox to read a first-person fictionalized account of his life and ministry amidst the crumbling and fast-changing Roman Empire. - February 06, 2017
A freak accident lifts three youths from a 74 gun man o’ war sailing ship in 1804 and lands them on a spaceship in 2204. The author of several works of fiction, Patrick G. Cox’s newest book, "Harry Heron: Into the Unknown" (paperback ISBN 978-0-9860953-9-9, ebook ISBN 978-0-9860953-3-7), follows the flagship book in the series, "Harry Heron: Midshipman’s Journey," taking the reader from a sea battle between the British and the French in the southern Indian Ocean into a future war in space. - March 30, 2016
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum digitizes archival documents of Rabbi Wilhelm Weinberg, the first post-Holocaust Chief Rabbi of Hesse and Frankfurt am Main, Germany. - March 30, 2016
Rabbi William Weinberg, the subject of the book Courage of the Spirit, finally gained his freedom in Vienna with the surrender of Nazi Germany to the Allies on May 9, 1945. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of this event, IndieGo Publishing is offering Norbert Weinberg's book at greatly reduced promotional... - April 28, 2015
Published by IndieGo Publishing, "The Seven Things You Should Know About Being a Leader" by Wes Husted, an experienced C-suite CEO, presents an effective, innovative approach to successful leadership that inspires, motivates, and works. - January 21, 2015
The battle of the sexes has been won by the women in "The Queendom of Evlantis" (ISBN 9780991630707) and "Sephora’s Revenge" (9780991630721) books one and two in the Unfallen Series by Juliet Y. Mark, published by IndieGo Publishing. From the first page of book one, the reader... - July 31, 2014
IndieGo Publishing will release the book "Courage of the Spirit" (paperback ISBN 978-0-9846685-6-4; ebook ISBN 978-0-9887048-9-3) in April 2014 in honor of his father, Rabbi Dr. William Weinberg, who became the first State Rabbi of the community of Holocaust survivors in the German State of... - February 21, 2014
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