This weekend, we’re reading some of our newest titles! From a new romantic fiction saga, to a peek inside the royal tombs of ancient Egypt, to the second book in a new mystery series, we’ve got something for everyone in these #FridayReads picks. Continue reading “#FridayReads: Recent Releases”
This week, we received four new history titles! These wide-ranging, fascinating books will be of interest to any history enthusiast. Keep reading to learn more. Continue reading “#FridayReads: New in History”
Check out some of our most recent titles in this week’s #FridayReads selections! Continue reading “#FridayReads: New Arrivals”
We received so many fantastic new books this week that we just had to share a few as our #FridayReads selections. Check them out: Continue reading “#FridayReads: New Releases!”
New from Mereo Books, Two Brothers, One Journey is a mother’s story of life with two autistic sons. It is emotional, poignant, and most of all, inspiring. This week, her local news station, WTHITV 10, published a story on the author and her family, including a video segment. Keep reading to see the video and a few quotes from the article. Continue reading “Books in the News: “Two Brothers, One Journey””
This week, we received quite a few new books, in a bunch of different subjects! (If you get our emails, you may already know this. If not, you can sign up here)
Happy Thursday, everyone! Today’s book review comes from The Bookbag, about a new release from Amberley Publishing.
Sir Henry Neville Was Shakespeare is the fascinating story of a man who was more historically likely to have written the works that are today attributed to William Shakespeare.
You can read the original book review on The Bookbag here. Keep reading for quotes from the review and more information about the book! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Sir Henry Neville Was Shakespeare””
We recently received a plethora of brand new titles from Allison & Busby, Amberley, and Pen & Sword.
We’ve selected a few of the new titles to share with you here. Subjects include historical fiction, mysteries, history, and true crime. Read on to see the books! Continue reading “[Recent Releases] The Latest Titles from Allison & Busby, Amberley, and Pen & Sword”
New from Velodrome Publishing, Richard Mitchelson’s Grand Tour is now available!
Download free sample activity pages from the book here. Color in pictures, and design your own jerseys for cycling legends!
(If you’re not a member of issuu.com, you can view and download a PDF of the free sample pages here.)
For even more fun, purchase your copy of Richard Mitchelson’s Grand Tour here on our website, or from any major bookseller.
Pens replace pneux and pencils are your peloton as the doyen of British cycle illustrators, Richard Mitchelson, leads you on a magnificent ride through an entire season of grand-tour racing. Fun, dynamic, interactive, and entertaining, Richard Mitchelson’s Grand Tour is infused with a ‘broom-wagon’ full of cycling style, culture, history and humour.
Prepare for the Giro d’Italia by personalizing your race-jersey and cap, or chose to create one of those sported by ‘maglia rosa’ legends down the years. Select your ride, study the route of the Gran Corsa or just design your own road to Milan. Get creative on the Passo dello Stelvio and ‘copy Coppi’ with an Il Campionissimo Dot to Dotti. Move on to the Grand Départ of the Tour de France, design your very own ‘Grand Boucle‘ and fill in your race number on the board. Become inspired by colouring the cobblestones of the north’s Arenburg forest, paint your name alongside the legends on the scorched Summer climb of the Col de Tourmalet, and quickly unleash some paints or pens to ensure the colours are in place at an old velodrome before the riders arrive. Party with the icons of the sport – Laurent, Bernard, Gino, Bradley, Fausto, Tom, Eddy, Richard, Marco, Sean, Jacques, Greg, Raymond, Miguel – before showing them your true colours as you progress to Spain’s famed grand tour, the Veulta a España, the Alto de l’Anglirn and other terrifying Iberian climbs. The finish line is wherever you want it to be.