LOS ANGELES, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Self-help books are written to show readers how to solve personal problems. Jim Giombetti wrote a book that draws on the lessons of history to find solutions to the problems people face today and the challenges that lie ahead. He explains that “patterns of production, consumption and employment will require proactive adaptation by individuals, businesses and even governments. Climate change and population growth will require economic and social structural change.” The perspective in his book History lessons allows people to open their minds and “see the present and the future as they can be, through a new pair of glasses”. by Daniel Mangana book Go beyond intention it is also to open minds. The purpose of the book, he explains, is “to show how to break down the stagnant energy and paralyzed states of being” that hinder development; “the distressing places and spaces” where we feel “there must be more to life” but we cannot “understand what it is or how to get there”.
LibraryBub, an industry first, was established in 2015. It is dedicated to building strong, mutual connections between freelance and small-press authors and a vast network of libraries. Imbued with the enthusiasm and ambition of its founder, Alinka Rutkowska, it works in conjunction with all major libraries. The primary commitment of the LibraryBub service is to help librarians identify acclaimed books from the independent publishing industry.
LibraryBub introduces thousands of librarians to bestselling and award-winning books from the independent publishing industry. These books have immense potential to improve the lives of their readers. Irish novelist Rónán Hession remembers getting into literature by visiting the local library every week after swimming in the pool. “There was a lot of autonomy in being a library user. As a child, you could go there without adult company, pick out the books you wanted, and then take them home without there being any was anything fishy about the whole thing. It was the kind of confidence you wanted to live up to. I developed a reading habit in order to finish my books in time to exchange them the following week. librarians enable writers to make this kind of difference in people’s lives, and the CEO of LibraryBub Alinka Rutkowska considers it a privilege to support them in this role.
You will find below the selection of the month by category.
Literature & Fiction
frenzy by Anne Pfeffer ISBN: 978-0578346298
Magdalene by Davina Louise Adina ISBN: 979-8593286772
Oliver and the Wishing Star by Jennifer Decker ISBN: 978-1737764410
Yoga with my adoptive mother by Zoevera A. Jackson ISBN: 978-1735204208
Biographies & Memoirs
Struggling with Grief, Finding Peace: One Man’s Journey Through the Valley of Pain by Walter Albritton ISBN: 979-8518671843
Find the edge of the speaker by Michael D. Butler ISBN: 978-1637921739
Leading Positive Organizational Change: Energize – Redesign – Freeze by Bart Tkaczyk ISBN: 978-0367608767
Success Mindsets: How Top Entrepreneurs Succeed in Business and Life by Alinka Rutkowska ISBN: 978-1637350928
Health, family and lifestyle
The Purse: An Essential Guide to Healthy Relationships by Montrella S. Cowan ISBN: 978-1733941389
Political and social sciences
Let’s talk about race (and other difficult things) by Nancy A. Dome ISBN: 978-1544524191
Unwarranted: Where Have Our Black Leaders Gone? by Gahrey Ovalle ISBN: 978-1736142004
Religion & Spirituality
Aksara Bhagavad Gita by Haribakth Ravindra Rao and Vaishnavi Rao ISBN: 978-8194416791
Arise and Shine: Morning Devotion by Bev Burton ISBN: 978-1775319313
Christianity and the tribal societies of northeast India by Thomas Kochuthara ISBN: 979-1220104500
The Paradox of Sin: The Trial Against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent by DB Evans ISBN: 978-1489723239
The Lessons of History – Observed by Jim Giombetti ISBN: 979-8985887600
Go beyond intention by Daniel Mangena ISBN: 978-1999957117
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