Posted October 17, 2017
Dictionary Day celebrates the birthday of American lexicographer Noah Webster, who was born on October 16, 1758.
May 22, 2017
Check out some of Bookmasters’ publishers’ releases for May 2017:
The Strange Round Bird: Or the Poet, the King, and the Mysterious Men in Black by Eden Unger Bowditch
The long-awaited Strange Round Bird brings Eden Unger Bowditch’s Young Inventors Guild trilogy to a satisfying conclusion—no mean feat with so many threads and mysteries to be resolved.
Recently received a National Indie Excellence Award for Juvenile Fiction.
Cybercrime & the Dark Net by Cath Senker
With the growth of the internet came a new type of crime. Using the un-indexed corners of the internet that make up what is known as the "dark net," criminals carry on their business online as fluently as in the real world.
Fashion Illustration: Gowns & Dresses Inspiration by Veronica Kemsky
A must-have for both fashion lovers and professional fashion illustrators. This collection of more than 200 brilliant fashion illustrations will be your loyal guide into the wonderful world of formal dresses and stage wears.
The Attitude Book: 50 Ways to Positively Affect Your Life and Work by Simon Tyler
In this original and engaging book, a leading business coach demonstrates how you can shift your attitude to create positive change and outcomes in your work and personal life.
The Story of Neuroscience by Anne Rooney
This book deals with cognitive science: from theories of intelligence, learning, and language development to machine intelligence and consciousness, as well as somatizing illness, which relates to sympathetic magic, voodoo, and so on.
The 15-Minute Einstein by Arcturus Publishing
Part of the Ideas to Save Your Life series, The 15-Minute Einstein takes a look at Einstein's theories and how they impacted the world he lived in and beyond. A light, fun, and fascinating introduction explaining the importance of this incredible theoretical physicist.
What Really Happens When You Die? by Andrew McLauchlin
Taking his inspiration from Stephen Hawking's groundbreaking A Brief History of Time, author Andrew McLauchlin brings his background as a physicist to bear on this fascinating subject. What Really Happens When We Die? is a journey of discovery into a realm that offers an astonishing explanation for one of life's imponderables.
The Four in One Gospel of Jesus by Nikola D Dimitrov
The story of the life of Jesus Christ as it is written in the Gospels according to MATTHEW, MARK, LUKE, AND JOHN, professionally integrated and diligently blended in chronological order.
Controversy of the Ages: Why Christians Should Not Divide Over the Age of the Earth by Theodore Cabal
Few topics have generated as much heat amongst evangelicals as the age of the earth and the doctrine of creation. Controversy of the Ages carefully analyzes the debate by giving it perspective. Rather than offering arguments for or against a particular viewpoint on the age of the earth, the authors take a step back to put the debate in historical and theological context.
Snubbing God: The High Cost of Rejecting God's Created Order by Victor Kuligin
Confusion abounds in a world bent on rejecting a loving Creator's guidance on a life well lived. According to its author, Snubbing God shows how "biblical wisdom is opposed by a secular view that has at its heart a fundamental misunderstanding or outright disregard for God's creation and how he has designed it."
The Essence of Buddhism by Jo Durden Smith
The Essence of Buddhism provides a clear, straightforward approach to the rich traditions of the Buddhist faith and its ideological foundations. It explains the power of karma, the practice of Zen, and the notion of the life of the Buddha and his influence throughout the world.
The Essence of Rumi by John Baldock
The 13th century saint, Jalaluddin Rumi, has been called the greatest mystical poet of any age, and his work compared to that of Dante and Shakespeare. Primarily an introduction to Rumi and the path of self-surrender, this book is arranged in such a way that it guides the reader from the poet's outer, historical world to the inner, spiritual essence of his teaching.
My First Maze Book by Kasia Dudziuk
Packed with super-fun, simple mazes, this book will keep young children entertained for hours! Perfect for puzzlers aged 4 and up.
Color By Numbers Animals by Arcturus Publishing
Have your pencils at the ready and dive into this fantastic color by numbers book. Use the color key to reveal all sorts of really wild animal pictures, from a tiger hiding in the jungle to a seahorse swimming through a coral reef. Perfect for animal-mad artists aged 6 and up.
Color By Numbers Fairytales by Arcturus Publishing
Have your pencils at the ready and lose yourself in a world of magical color by numbers. Use the key to reveal all sorts of enchanted fairytale pictures, from Rapunzel in her tower to Cinderella at the ball. Hours of coloring fun for kids aged 6 and up.