“Ideally, we should like to define a good book as one which ‘permits, invites, or compels’ good reading.” – C.S. Lewis

Tomorrow, Booklist will be publishing reviews for three of our books in its bi-monthly magazine:

Earl Warren by Leslie Wolf Branscomb (Supreme Court Justices Series)

Michael Bloomberg by Sandra Shichtman (Political Profiles Series)

Founders of Faiths by Joan Price (World Religions Series)

As an introduction to “review day”, we’d like to take a second to thank our readers.

When we get letters in the mail, receive calls in the office, or find blog posts saying how informative our books are, that means a lot to us, as we strive to publish the highest quality of books for students to dive into in order to broaden their minds and hopefully learn something new.

In fact, check out Edi Campbell’s blog about Vera Wang from the Profiles in Fashion Series.

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But we also love it when we get rave reviews, so as a teaser, here is one of the three from Booklist:

Earl Warren

Also, check out the Profiles in Fashion Series, awarded Booklist’s Top 10 Series Nonfiction in 2011.


 

 

 

 

So thanks, everyone! We promise to keep the books coming if you promise to keep reading them!

Adrianne Loggins
Associate Editor

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