FEP Editor David Crumm explains a free eBook offer in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, co-sponsored by author Rabbi Bob Alper. Now more than ever, we need real stories of hope and laughter, which is Bob’s specialty. Read this article to learn how to request your free eBook. (APRIL 5 UPDATE—This column now has a link to get Bob’s free, short QUICK LAUGH videos.)
Contributing writer Patricia Montemurri, a veteran journalist and author, writes about her experiences producing photo-filled books with Arcadia Publishing. In March 2020, she published her third book about the amazingly progressive Immaculate Heart of Mary sisters, based in her home state of Michigan. The sisters have transformed themselves from school teachers to pioneers in modeling green architecture and living.
Headlines from around the world continue to herald the explosive dangers of hatred fueled by tensions over race, religion and ethnicity. Within 24 hours of the mass shootings in Germany, this week, Wikipedia already had an in-depth summary of news reports, making this the 8th major terrorist incident in February 2020. Our entire publishing house […]
Marketing Director Susan Stitt writes about the day she volunteered on Stan Tucker’s Leap for Literacy Read-n-Roll bus, inviting 815 elementary school students to choose a free book. Many of the kids come from families that could not have afforded a book. In exchange for their prized new books, Stan and the hosting schools encourage acts of kindness.
Editor David Crumm writes about the two CNN Heroes we publish—a milestone we just reached in 2019 with the CNN network’s honoring of Zaman International founder Najah Bazzy. We are honored to work with inspiring authors like Najah and Jeanine Patten-Coble, who was a 2017 CNN Hero, because we believe that books help to unlock the energy of communities.