“Edu-Chameleon” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

Author Lili-Ann Kriegler does not do things halfway, whether it be her love of golf or passion for education. Using the foundations of other scholarly work, she has created a model for play using seven learning zones. Targeting early educators and administrators alike she provides readers an in-depth immersion into structuring play for learning. … More “Edu-Chameleon” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

“Exercise, Life, and Love: The Making of a Sedentary Society” by Stephen J. Almada

Over the last twelve-plus years, Stephen J. Almada has made it his life mission to educate and work toward minimizing society’s learned behavior of a sedentary lifestyle. Almada presents his findings in “Exercise, Life, & Love: The Making of a Sedentary Society” in twelve chapters that will educate, enlighten, and motivate readers through the sheer impressiveness and amount of material presented. … More “Exercise, Life, and Love: The Making of a Sedentary Society” by Stephen J. Almada

“What is Self Awareness” by Vipin Gupta

“What is Self Awareness: Looking Beyond the Law of Attraction,” is the seventh book in the Vastly Integrated Processes Inside Nature (Project VIPIN) series. The first six books extensively discuss how our conscious decisions help create the law of attraction. They cover the critical factors that are involved with manifesting. The foundation has been laid and this text can now take us on to the next level where we can move on into understanding how to become a multiplier of our potential. … More “What is Self Awareness” by Vipin Gupta

“My Dog is My Relationship Coach” by Maureen Scanlon

“My Dog is My Relationship Coach” is a wonderfully insightful text by Maureen Scanlon. She explores the extensive topic of relationships in a raw and authentic way. She further takes an in-depth look at a variety of subjects related to relationships which include dating, finances, co-parenting, and the importance of healing from past relationships before starting a new relationship, among others. The life coach gives personal accounts and partly those of her daughter, which adds to the warmth and plausibility of the topics she has discussed. … More “My Dog is My Relationship Coach” by Maureen Scanlon

“Mother’s Gift” by John W. Cranford

John Cranford was motivated to write down the legacy his mother left to him and his siblings. She was a woman of integrity. He begins “Mother’s Gift” with a little background information. The readers learn that his mother, Evelyn, was born and raised in Twiggs County, Georgia. Her small community was where she learned to work hard and live strongly. … More “Mother’s Gift” by John W. Cranford

“Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust” by Karen Gershowitz

“Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust” by Karen Gershowitz is a journal of travels that begins when the author was a very young child. The enjoyment of discovering new places became a treasured thing when she was small, and instead of fighting it, she began to travel, learn, and discover countries around the world. This book takes the reader on those travels in a way that keeps one turning the pages. … More “Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust” by Karen Gershowitz

“Choose Your Friends, Choose Your Life” by Debbie Mancuso and Preston Young

“Choose Your Friends, Choose Your Life” reads as if you are sitting down at Preston’s favorite Italian restaurant, conversing about the direction life has taken him, beginning from birth to starting over again in his 70s.  … More “Choose Your Friends, Choose Your Life” by Debbie Mancuso and Preston Young

“Brain Drops: A Humanistic Approach Toward a Positive Existence,” by Jeannie Tyrrell

c Approach Toward a Positive Existence,” by Jeannie Tyrrell is an eye-opening, heart-wrenching account. In her book, she speaks of her troubled life and how she used escapism to deal with all aspects of her life. … More “Brain Drops: A Humanistic Approach Toward a Positive Existence,” by Jeannie Tyrrell

“Encountering Technology” by George Gerstman

“Encountering Technology” by George Gerstman will take you on an intriguing journey through eighty years of innovation. Televisions, radios, computers, cellphones, telephones, even credit cards have evolved very quickly over the last several decades. Mr. Gerstman offers a unique perspective of technology from its origins to the present day. He not only used the majority of the tech he describes, but throughout his law career, he also helped inventors patent their ideas and protect their intellectual property rights. … More “Encountering Technology” by George Gerstman