Here are some handpicked titles from our New Books section. Want to include your book? Just read our Facebook Your New or Upcoming Book post. Don’t forget to include your title’s exact release date and a link.
The Blueprint by Daniel Rirdan: “With the anticipated dismal results of the Rio+20 conference, this book is poignant. From a broad spectrum of disciplines, scientists urge us to change our ways radically if we are to save our ecosystem and the man-made world. The bok offers an ambitious blueprint that shows us how.” (June 2012)
The Tapestry of Spirit by Erik Paul Rocklin: “An enchanting, allegorical tale with insights of enduring relevance, The Tapestry of Spirit presents an artfully layered story of an orphan boy following a dream — a dream of a meeting in the East with a mystical figure known as the Mage. A seemingly coincidental encounter the day after the dream introduces the boy to an old man, summoned by the power of the boy’s dream, to serve as his guide and protector during the journey. Along the way, some of the boy’s encounters include a wise, elderly Sage, a blind Seer, a captive boy Monk, a grieving Mother, and a dying Father. And through these encounters, the boy learns of the power of dreams, the value of trust and belief, the vision of the heart, and the capacity of every individual to help in the healing of the World. As the boy journeys to seek the Mage, he comes to understand that in doing so, he also seeks his Destiny Thread, and ultimately, how it returns to the universal wisdom that is The Tapestry of Spirit.” (June 2012)
Coral Reef Fishes by Kimberley Jane Pryor: ”In this simple ebook, babies and toddlers will be able to look at 12 colourful coral reef fishes. Each page has a photograph of one coral reef fish. The name of the coral reef fish is underneath the photograph. The coral reef fishes featured are: blue tang, bluestreak cleaner wrasse, clownfish, convict surgeonfish, daisy parrotfish, dot-and-dash butterflyfish, fire goby, flame angelfish, lyretail anthias, moorish idol, Picasso triggerfish and schooling bannerfish.” (June 2012)