Bloomington, IN, August 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing
company, has announced its top ten best-selling books for June 2009, according point-of-sale data from major U.S. booksellers.
1. A Legacy of 21st Century Leadership, by Les Wallace and Jim Trinka; (Business). Authors Les Wallace and Jim Trinka tell the stories of their leadership, learning, and legacy and give tips on becoming an effective leader to the next generation.
2. Oakland's Citywide Poetry Anthology, by Gwen Jones; (Poetry).
Eighth graders from 16 middle schools in Oakland Unified School District combine their writings, giving the world a glimpse of the disappointments, joys, fears, dreams, failures, and hope in their lives so far.
3. 7 Steps to Finding Your Spiritual Life, by Lisa Heron; (Spiritual). Even readers who don’t consider themselves religious will find, through this workbook, their unique spiritual being. Compatible with every walk of life, this workbook will help readers understand how to express individual spiritual identity.
4. The Public School Parent's Guide to Success, by Bonnie Snyder; (Education). Using the advice of Ivy League-educated public school graduates, this book will help you encourage your student’s academic success in a public school environment and give them an educational experience equal to private school and homeschooling.
5. But He Never Hit Me: The Devastating Cost of Non-Physical Abuse to Girls and Women, by Dr. Jill A. Murray; (Self-Help).
Abuse expert and psychotherapist Dr. Jill A. Murray exposes the types of inner abuse of women that often go undetected, and gives tools for more rewarding future relationships.
6. The Accident, by Todd Strasser; (Young Adult). Matt knew his friends had been drinking, and when a fatal accident takes his friends’ lives, Matt is convinced there is more to the story.
7. The Bluegrass Conspiracy, by Sally Denton; (History). After Drew Thornton parachuted to his death in September 1985 carrying thousands of dollars in cash and 150 pounds of cocaine, an investigation into his secret life reveals a scandal that reaches into the secret circles of the United States government.
8. Chin and the Magic Stones, by L.J. Salazar; (Fantasy). When Chin and his talking canine encounter magic, it leads them to dark forces lurking underneath their town. Fighting the dark magic, forces Chin to trust his own magical powers.
9. Mastering Search Advertising, by Richard Stokes; (Marketing). This guide helps readers launch, improve, and manage pay-per-click campaigns more efficiently. The book includes real life examples and case studies to help readers dominate Google AdWords today.
10. Puberty Survival Guide for Girls, by Dr. Eve Ashby; (Health). This easy-to-read resource provides encouragement and explanation for young girls as they experience the physical and emotional changes puberty brings. Dr. Eve Ashby, a practicing gynecologist, divulges on what to expect, acne, diet and exercise, and everything in between.
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