Book of the Day 1/25/23

Jordan Toma is an inspiring and empowering figure who supports young students with learning disabilities. His life-changing teachings can be learned in his book, I’m Just a Kid with an IEP.

Book of the Day 12/2/22

Everyone’s fighting a battle in life. There is nothing more admirable than having the courage to be open about that battle – and reminding others that there is hope. Our book of the day does just that. Jive Talkin’ Superman is a moving book that takes you on a journey through a young man’s life with autism. As he navigates the many obstacles thrown at him, you’re reminded that life – no matter how unkind – always is filled with hope.

Book of the Day 11/4/22

“Everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about”. This adage is definitive of Diana Hawk’s new young adult masterpiece that mixes the drama and intrigue of Gossip Girl with the magic of the friendships of Harry Potter

Book of the Day 10/28/22

Relic Rupture is the captivating first book of the Benchmark Legacy Series. If you haven’t heard about it yet, it’s time to add this book to your list. It’s a thoughtful examination of life that addresses the heartrending struggles of human nature. These elaborate concepts are brought to the surface through a spellbinding mystery of time travel and the opportunity to redo life’s choices. It begs the question, what would you do differently if you had the chance?

Book of the Day 10/12/22

Discover a children’s book that teaches lessons about the importance of electric vehicles in modern transportation! This eco-friendly (and adorable) story does an excellent job educating about sustainability in a way that children could understand. Beyond that, it’s a beautifully illustrated and whimsical read that is a lot of fun for the whole family.

Book of the Day 10/10/22

There Are No Utes in Utah is an excellent read, and one that is particularly relevant as we celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day in the United States. By combining anthropological studies, federal records, and period newspapers, the book discusses the impact of Euro-American invasions, settlements, wars, reservations, and federal policies pertaining to Native Americans.

Book of the Day 9/26/22

Going Off Script is one of the best selling titles on Bookshop right now, and for good reason. This magnificent memoir presents an unforgettable story about resilience and faith. The book shares Ruth Doeschner’s life story – from her challenging upbringing in Ghana to her life in the United States of America. A story filled with adversity, hardships, and success; the book is certain to motivate readers to overcome the odds in their own lives.

Book of the Day 9/13/22

Not Afraid to Fall is an incredible book filled with a whole lot of heart. It’s a true story about the author, Brian Hall, and his battle with Parkinson’s disease. At the young age of 14, he already began to show symptoms. For some, the diagnosis would be crippling – both physically and mentally. But Brian is a man filled with tenacity, strength, and spirit. Parkinson’s disease was not the end, it was just the beginning.

Book of the Day 9/12/22

I Want To Be is an impactful book that will make a big difference in your child’s life. Both engaging and motivational, it teaches kids to believe in themselves and embrace all of the wonderful opportunities that the future holds. It’s so important to have career discussions with children at an early age. However, conveying the message can be a challenge. With this book, you gain an invaluable resource that teaches the importance of striving to be the very best version of yourself.

Book of the Day 9/9/22

Our Book of the Day is an essential companion for spouses of firefighters and other first-responders. Written by Dr. Rachelle Zemlok, a clinical psychologist and a happy fire spouse, The Firefighter Family Academy is filled with information to support you and your family in a profession like no other.

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