Brand New Book Releases For Spring 2018
New books come out all the time and I’m so fortunate to get a lot of new ones. Here are just a few of the latest books on the market. Click on the links to purchase them on Amazon.
Parenting & Wellness
Maternally Challenged. How My Special Needs Son Taught Me To Sack Up And Laugh. By Kathy Chlan.
Mindful Thoughts For City Dwellers. The Joy of Urban Living. By Lucy Anna Scott.
Mindful Thoughts for Walkers. Footnotes on the Zen Path. By Adam Ford.
Ask. The counter-intuitive online formula to discover exactly what your customers want to buy…create a mass of raving fans…and take any business to the next level. By Ryan Levesque
Live Laugh Lagom. Embracing the Swedish Way to Balance and Happiness. By Lola A. Akerstrom.
Co-Parenting From the Inside Out. Voices of Moms and dads. By Karen L. Kristjanson.
Art & Craft Books
Christmas Paper Crafting. Holiday cards, gift tags, and more. Project ideas and paper to use for them including scrapbook paper.
100 Exotic Plants. One hundred post cards from the Royal Horticultural Society. Beautiful plant and flower photos.
Enchanted Forest by Kailey Whitman. Scratch & Create art postcards.
Fun and Friendly Calligraphy for Kids. By Virginia Lucas Hart.
Cut & Assemble Santa’s Workshop. Easy-to-make paper model. By Matt Bergstrom.
House Plants. The Complete Guide to choosing, growing and caring for indoor plants. By Lisa Eldred Steinkopf.
The Wellness Garden: Grow, eat and walk your way to better health. By Shawna Coronado.
Mindful Thoughts For Gardeners. By Lucy Anna Scott.
Scrumptious Sandwiches, Salads & Snacks. Simple, healthy recipes for school, work and home. By Patricia Greenberg & Gabriella Grunfeld.
If You Are What You Eat, Should I Eat A Skinny Girl? Tips and advice about losing the weight without losing your appetite for life. By Nathalie Botros. Food ideas and recipes for losing weight.
Artisanal Preserves. Small batch jams, jellies, marmalades and more. By Madelaine Bullwinkel.
Secrets of Skinny Cooking. Mouthwatering recipes you won’t believe are low calories. BY Victoria Dwek & Shani Taub.
Nourished. A Memoir of Food, Faith & Enduring Love (with Recipes). By Lia Huber.
Stock the Crock. 100 Must-Have Slow-Cooker Recipes & 200 variations For Every Appetite. By Phyllis Good (creator of Fix-It and Forget-It Series).
Complete Month of Meals Collection by American Diabetes Association.
You Can Have It! More Than 125 Decadent Diabetes-Friendly Recipes. By Devin Alexander.
Books For Teens and Older Elementary Ages
Fooled Ya! How your brain gets tricked by optical illusions, magicians, hoaxes and more. by Jordan D. Brown. Illustrations by Emily Bornoff. This book gives lots of detail with examples on how our brain deceives us. Great for higher elementary or middle school ages.
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Shatter Your Senses! Check out the latest ‘Believe It Or Not’ book for 2018. Some old great ones and new ones too.
50 Cities of the U.S.A. By Gabrielle Balkan. See maps, learn interesting facts and popular cities in each state.
Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments. By Mike Adamick. Boiling ice, exploding soap, launching rockets and more. 30 Inventive experiments to excite the whole family.
The Siren Chronicles. Book 1. By Douglas J. Sloan. Story of a marine biologist discovering a mermaid while working on an oil spill clean up. Will he be safe?
Harry Potter: Patronus Charm. Magical Film Projections. From J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. Fun book for HP fans of all ages. Shine a light through the window of each page to project scenes on the wall or ceiling.
Out of the Woods. A Journey Through Depression and Anxiety. By Brent Williams. Illustrated by Korkut Oztekin. Serious topic but written in comic-book style. Would make sure you read it to approve before passing it to your kids.
Set For Life by Dan Kaluzny. An interesting story about a dying father trying to save his son from drugs with the help from strangers.
ThriftStyle. The Ultimate Bargain Shopper’s Guide To Smart Fashion. By Allison Engel.
Mind Stretchers Volume 1. Fun puzzle book with Sudoku, crosswords, word searches, logic puzzles and more.
To Look A Nazi in the Eye. A teen’s account of a war criminal trail. By Kathy Kacer.
Chicken Soup for the Soul. I can’t Believe My Cat Did That! By Jack Canfield, etal.
Younger Aged Elementary School Children
Lou Knows What To Do: Special Diet. By Kimberly Tice & Venita Litvack. Illustrated by Andre Kerry. A book for kids to understand others that are on a gluten-free or peanut-free diet and why.
Look, See The Bird! By Bill Wilson & Katie Fallon. Illustrated by Leigh Anne Carter. Children’s book about different types of birds and bird migration.
Hey Goose! What’s Your Excuse? By Lisa M. Griffin. Cute book about venturing out of your comfort zone to try something new.
Mindset Matters. By Bryan Smith. Illustrated by Lisa Griffin. Book about accomplishing new feats and getting things done without worrying about failure.
Freddie the Fly- Motormouth. By Kimberly Delude. Illustrated by Brian Martin. A book about learning to listen.
150+ Screen-Free Activities For Kids. The very best and easiest playtime activities. By Asia Citro. Perfect for babies, toddler and older children
The Electric Pickle. 50 Experiments from the Periodic Table. By Joey Green.
National Geographic Kids
Weird But True Christmas! 399 Festive facts to light up the holiday.
Just Joking Jumbo. 1,000 giant jokes & funny photos.
Ultimate DinoPedia. Second edition. The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever.
Hey, Baby! A Collection of pictures, poems and stories from Nature’s Nursery.
Bet You Didn’t Know! Fascinating, far-out, fun-tastic facts.