What do you want to be when you grow up? This is the question that we constantly ask children from the moment they start school to the moment they step onto the graduation stage. However, as author Annie Whitbeck points out, this is not always the question we should be asking them.
Annie Whitbeck is... - June 10, 2020
Getting to know 19-year-old Marine Vincent Benore “Saint” Santaniello, who died in Vietnam in March 1968, took a series of events for the nephew that Vinnie never knew: New York native, Ralph Vincent Morales.
First, the July 2002 death of Ralph’s mother and Vinnie’s older sister... - May 07, 2020
B.T. Frug is a 120-year-old dog and first-time author. He recounts his many life experiences (and those of his former owners) in his new book, American Dog: 117 Years of Humping Around America, Including a Marvelous Journey with Johnny O’Shea, Jr. The book is part memoir and part travelogue, according... - March 02, 2020
Seth Pietsek thought that he was writing a business book about how peoples’ worth is understood and valued in the working world but, instead, his nine-year-old daughter Sofia unwittingly led him to write a children’s book. Samantha Strong Becomes Super, the first of an anticipated series,... - February 13, 2020
“The Science of Personal Achievement” outlines thirteen principles that any reader can draw on when trying to change their position in life or their outcomes, whether personal or professional. - February 03, 2020
Rates of autism are rising in the United States, and there is no clear explanation as to why this is happening. - October 26, 2019
In Haiti, only 40% of the population is taught how to read, which means that the majority of the population is illiterate. Access to education is a sweeping issue that affects millions of people. Corruption in the government and lack of funding are major systemic barriers which prevent widespread reform.
“Oftentimes,... - October 26, 2019
If you have been controlled by voices of fear, failure, and doubt, you’re like thousands of women who feel trapped by fear and circumstance. Romona Robinson knows this all too well. As an Emmy award-winning anchor and author, she has interviewed thousands of people who are struggling in jobs they... - October 11, 2019
Children and teenagers today are spending more time on cell phones and screens than ever before. For parents, it can be difficult to limit screen time and direct their children to more creative activities not involving cell phones.
Father and business-owner, Geno III came up with a great alternative... - October 11, 2019
In the United States, people are identifying with their spirituality today more than ever before. Mindfulness practices such as meditation and yoga have become common in schools and at home, as research is already pointing to the myriad benefits.
Kelci Hart Brock earned a master’s in accounting... - July 27, 2019
With twenty years of experience as an educator, Mary Ostrowski knows how important it is to encourage children to express themselves thoughtfully. She has worked in public and private schools, in the United States and abroad, as a teacher and administrator. She worries that the current school system... - July 26, 2019
In the United States, there are less than 200,000 cases of uterine cancer per year, which makes it a rare form of cancer. - June 08, 2019
Over 80 million people worldwide experience hair loss in their lifetime, with 50 million men and 30 million women affected. Yet, so many of those who are impacted accept hair loss as inevitable. - June 07, 2019
In the words of Tom Hiddleston, "You never know what's around the corner. It could be everything. Or it could be nothing. You keep putting one foot in front of the other, and then one day you look back, and you've climbed a mountain." Upcoming teen author Victoria R. Maybury was six years old... - May 13, 2019
In the words of Desmond Tutu, “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.” Emerging author Emily Stalder Johnson was in first grade when her teacher assigned her to write a story for a younger student. From that day onward, she hoped and dreamed that she would... - March 28, 2019
More than 150 million Americans play video games, and 60 percent play video games on a daily basis with the average video gamer spending nearly 29 hours with a game console each month. By week, this accounts for three to five hours playing games on a device.
Author and accountant Cheryl Roy-Laber affirms... - November 25, 2018
The debate over health care rages on, yet in truth, it has little correlation to being healthy. Holistic health practitioner Cynthia Ransom, a Traditional Naturopath, points out that our health care system is failing us in key areas.
"Health care costs are skyrocketing, and yet we’re still... - November 24, 2018
Pastor Matthew S. Miklasz has witnessed the power of authenticity first-hand, drawing from both his theological training and his thirty years of coaching experience, where he has worked with both athletes and other pastors.
With four children of his own, Miklasz is well aware of the pressure the next... - November 09, 2018
In the United States, the number of people from different ethnic groups has been increasing in the last decade. A study by the Houston Chronicle concludes that almost all communities are diversifying, with more inhabitants from racial and ethnic minorities than ever before.
Educator and author Sherlett... - October 29, 2018
“People function better in life when they're able to look for the positive,” comments educator, Peggy Palmer. “My vision is to propel people to a better place. My work is my passion.” From teaching 7th and 8th grade to her work in the non-profit world, Palmer has not only implemented... - October 19, 2018
Talking to children about childbirth is not always easy, but author Pam Saxelby knows that the conversation is important because kids are curious. She also insists it can be a fun! As an educator and author, Saxelby has over 25 years of experience teaching in Chicago where she has worked with students... - October 11, 2018
Renee Lovekids Promotes Diversity and Debate as the Keys to a Successful Classroom and Community. - September 21, 2018
New Storybook Helps Fathers Carve Out Reading Ritual with Their Child. - September 21, 2018
In our globalized world, there is cross-cultural contact that increasingly spans international borders. While online resources provide greater opportunities for travel, there is also more information about violence, conflict, and unrest in distant destinations. - September 06, 2018
With twenty-four years of teaching experience, Dina Carter Bryant is educating the next generation about how they can give back to their communities. From teaching science technology to engineering and math, she is now on a mission to “bring out the beauty in things that are bleak.”
“I’ve... - August 29, 2018
Bullying is a problem in schools nationwide, with 49% of children between grades 4 to 12 reporting being bullied by others at least once in the past month. - August 25, 2018
People are spending more time than ever before inside, and according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average person in the United States spends only 7% of their lifetime outside.
Health equity advocate and entrepreneur Elizabeth Williams is working to help parents and children alike reconnect... - August 24, 2018
With a background in biology and pre-medicine, Aisha K. Guiles has a unique perspective on spirituality that she is using to empower others. - July 14, 2018
Special Education professionals, Amanda Derrick and Jessica Tukaj, are excited to celebrate their first children’s book, "In Time Butterfly," at their book release event. Their book release event will take place on July 28, 2018, at the Butterfly Estates located at 1815 Fowler Street,... - July 14, 2018
Hola Publishing International offers authors publishing and printing services with global distribution. - July 04, 2018
“I was told from the beginning that most people’s bodies can’t handle the treatment, let alone withstand the cancer,” Moore recounts.
In 2010, she was diagnosed with Adenosarcoma, a rare type of uterine cancer. When the cancer was discovered to be metastatic, her oncologist prepared... - July 02, 2018
As a preschool teacher, David Rodriguez III knows first-hand that learning can take many shapes and forms. However, the importance of early education cannot be underestimated. - June 29, 2018
Social Education professionals, Jessica Tukaj and Amanda Derrick, are working to facilitate positive change within an education system that works on a “one size fits all” model.
Standardized testing has been on the rise since 2002 when the No Child Left Behind act was passed. But these kinds... - June 14, 2018
Abuse is a major problem in the United States where an estimated one in three women and one in four men have been physically abused by an intimate partner, according to the Center for Disease Control and Protection.
Patricia Cardenas is a survivor in every sense of the word. Having lived the majority... - May 15, 2018
What happens when you surrender and trust? This is the question central to Tim Shields’ first novel, "A Curious Year in the Great Vivarium Experiment."
On the morning of his thirty-sixth birthday, Thomas Furey finds himself alone and jobless. Devastated by the recent loss of his mother,... - May 14, 2018
It was over a hundred years ago that her grandparents immigrated to the United States, but Linda A. Goodlin knew their story was a compelling one she had to share. Intrigued by their journey and experiences, Goodlin began researching her hometown, Rocktown, Pennsylvania.
This research became the basis... - April 07, 2018
In her debut children’s book, "Forever Evergreen," Kay Roberts tells the compelling story of Red, an adventurous sparrow who dares to leave his home in search of adventure. Red finds unexpected allies along the way, as he navigates the Enchanted Forest. However, when trouble befalls him,... - March 31, 2018
Dr. Dakota King-White is passionate about children succeeding and believes that all children can succeed if given the right tools and opportunities. According to the Pew Report published in 2013, there are more than 2.7 million children in the United States who have one parent currently serving time... - January 27, 2018
Being a child no one wants is a horrible position for any youngest, especially the young boy in first time author, Michael Joffoy’s book “The Boy Who Couldn't Be Seen.” Abandoned by his parents and mistreated by his relatives, the young boy of Joffoy’s book is lonely, angry and... - January 25, 2018
Gustavo J.Gomez, author of award-winning finance book "Private Money Lending" has just been selected as a recipient of the Clemens Medal for outstanding literary quality and design. - January 19, 2018
Award-winning author Gustavo J. Gomez has once again received recognition for one of his thoroughly researched and well-received books. - January 18, 2018
The Song of Solomon, a book of the Bible, is a lyrical poem of King Solomon and is his masterpiece of all songs. First time author Brad Kuechler has a fresh new angle and sees the Song of Solomon as a true story that contains layers of deep spiritual meaning. Kuechler reveals that the story is actually... - January 04, 2018
This book is for all children who want to know just how special they are and what a difference they will make to the world someday. - December 25, 2017
We all struggle with our self-confidence at some point and often question our self-worth. In Lisa Cassman’s latest book, “Finding the Beautiful You” she helps readers discover who they are. - November 12, 2017
In today’s business environment, professionals need to take charge of their career journey, however, that shouldn’t require reinventing the wheel. “Journey of North Denver Johnnie: Using Street Smarts to Add Value to Your Career” is filled with real life examples and lessons to... - November 08, 2017
As you look into the face of your fellow man/woman, do you see the image of Christ? In the newest book from prolific author Clement Butler, he helps the reader learn, through Scripture, the identity of the sons of God, and God’s purpose for our life.
“What is the hope of our calling?”... - October 23, 2017
In O’Dell’s children’s story Mother Earth, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, readers are invited to take their children by the hand and share in its wonders. - October 18, 2017
First time children's author Jerry Rosenstein brings to life a message of kindness, creativity and generosity with his story of Jeffrey and his father. - September 19, 2017
Author Noland Mattocks wanted to create an entertaining story that held reader’s attention without getting too serious or bogged down by so many details that you lose site of the story. - September 18, 2017
Author Gustavo J. Gomez leaves not a single hair unturned in his latest epic non-fiction book “Hair Loss: Options for Restoration and Reversal.” The research involved in the three years it took to pen this comprehensive book is evident simply by perusing the Table of Contents. From the history... - September 18, 2017