LOS ANGELES, May 2, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Self-help books are written with the intention of showing readers how to solve personal problems. Jim Giombetti has written a book that looks to the lessons of history for solutions to the problems faced by people today and the challenges that lie ahead. He explains that “the patterns of production, consumption and employment will require proactive adaptation by individuals, corporations and even governments. Climate change and population growth will require structural change economically and socially.” The perspective in his book Lessons of History allows people to open up their minds and “to see the present and future for what it can be, through a new set of eyeglasses.” Daniel Mangena’s book Stepping beyond Intention is also about opening minds. The purpose of the book, he explains, is “to show how to break through the stagnant energy and paralyzed states of being” that hinder development; “the angst-inducing places and spaces” where we sense “that there has to be more to life” but we can’t “figure out what it is or how to get there”.
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LibraryBub introduces thousands of librarians to bestselling and award-winning books from the independent publishing sector. These books hold immense potential for enhancing the lives of their readers. Irish novelist Rónán Hession recalls that he got into literature by going to the local library each week after swimming at the pool. “There was great autonomy in being a library user. As a child, you could go there without adult company, choose the books you wanted, and then take them home without there being anything fishy about the whole business. It was the sort of trust. you wanted to live up to. I developed a reading habit so that I would finish my books in time to swap them the following week. ” Librarians enable writers to make that kind of difference to people’s lives, and LibraryBub CEO Alinka Rutkowska considers it a privilege to support them in that role.
Below is this month’s selection by category.
Literature & Fiction
Binge by Anne Pfeffer ISBN: 978-0578346298
Magdalena by Davina Louise Adina ISBN: 979-8593286772
Oliver and the Wishing Star by Jennifer Decker ISBN: 978-1737764410
Yoga with My Foster Mom by Zoevera A. Jackson ISBN: 978-1735204208
Biographies & Memoirs
Struggling with Grief, Finding Peace: one man’s journey through the valley of sorrow by Walter Albritton ISBN: 979-8518671843
Finding the Speaker’s Edge by Michael D. Butler ISBN: 978-1637921739
Leading Positive Organizational Change: Energize – Redesign – Gel by Bart Tkaczyk ISBN: 978-0367608767
Success Mindsets: how top entrepreneurs succeed in business and life by Alinka Rutkowska ISBN: 978-1637350928
Health, Family & Lifestyle
The Purse: an essential guide to healthy relationships by Montrella S. Cowan ISBN: 978-1733941389
Politics & Social Sciences
Let’s Talk about Race (and Other Hard Things) by Nancy A. Dome ISBN: 978-1544524191
Unjustified: 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 devotional by Bev Burton ISBN: 978-1775319313
Christianity and the Tribal Societies of North East India by Thomas Kochuthara ISBN: 979-1220104500
The Sin Paradox: the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent by DB Evans ISBN: 978-1489723239
The Lessons of History – Observed by Jim Giombetti ISBN: 979-8985887600
Stepping beyond Intention by Daniel Mangena ISBN: 978-1999957117
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