New Publisher Profile: KiCam Projects

Posted August 11, 2017

KiCam Projects strives to change the world through true stories that inspire and inform.

Books for Cat Lovers

Posted August 08, 2017

These cat themed books make great gifts and are fun and educational reads to add to your own collection!

July New Releases from Bookmasters’ Publishers

Posted July 31, 2017

Here is a list of some of Bookmasters’ newest releases for July 2017.

Featured Homeschool Books to Supplement Your Program

Posted July 20, 2017

We’ve compiled a list of some of our publishers’ best (non-curriculum) books that are great for homeschooling parents and homeschooling teachers.

March is National Reading Month

March 22, 2010

The month of March is known to be the “reading month.”  This is a great time for you to grab your favorite book and dive right in! Or if you haven’t read in a while, check out some intriguing tiles you can grab at your local library or bookstore!

Information about the National Reading Group Month:

The National Reading Group Month, from the Women’s National Book Association, launched National Reading Group Month in October 2007. The WNBA hosts special events in the chapter cities, which include: Boston, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington D.C. The events are welcomed to the public and a portion of the proceeds from select NRGM events are donated to the U.S. Fund for Unicef. (History & Mission, www.nationalreadinggroupmonth.org)

The Mission of WNBA:

· Increase public awareness of the joy and value of shared reading

· Provide a time for reading groups to celebrate their accomplishments and plan for the future

· Provide opportunities for individuals to join an existing reading group or start a new one

· Encourage libraries, bookstores, and organizations to host special reading group events

(Mission, www.nationalreadinggroupmonth.org)

Listed below, are some interesting reading statistics for you to consider, excerpted from: Jackson, Robyn. Writers Workshop, some startling statistics. From, www.humorwriters.org/startlingstatistics.org. Retrieved on March 22, 2010.

· 53% of readers read fiction (Publishers Weekly)

· 43% of readers read non-fiction (Publishers Weekly)

 · The favorite fiction category is mystery and suspense at 19% (Publishers Weekly)

· 55% of fiction is bought by women, 45% by men (Publishers Weekly)

· 120,000 books are published each year in the United States (bookwire.com)

Get into National Book Month, by checking out these AtlasBooks titles, at your local library or bookstore:

Children

Adult

Mind, Body, & Spirit