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  • Al-Mahdi Asim’s I Can Show You Better Than I Can Tell You offers a unique view into the mind of an observer

    WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, USA, September 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- In the re-release of his self-published poetry collection, I Can Show You Better Than I Can Tell You, Volumes I-III, Asim’s work offers readers a thought-provoking look into a one-of-a-kind mind that dares to imagine a better world. Asim’s poems resonate with a unique voice, shaped by his coming-of-age in Chicago.

    The D.C. inhabitant is an analyst by day and writer by night, penning raw and introspective poems that take the reader through his personal journey living in a community that is a proverbial melting pot of lifestyles and cultures.

    “I remember one day in the family room around the turn of spring. Lookin at photos of my folks and Dr. King…there was a knock on the door. Then the doorbell rang. It was a gang trying to recruit me in the service. Grandma just smiled instead of getting nervous,” he writes, continuing later in his work, “…I’m nocturnal by nature, up nights writing these words. Til the bulbs burn out, then use the light from the moon. Somewhere at this exact moment someone’s changing their tune.”

    His lilting prose was inspired by his mother’s love of the written word and watching her strength as she overcame her own struggles. This desire to observe and draw creative influence from his environment extended to his larger family and neighborhood.

    “Music, arts, and hip-hop culture have had a significant influence on my work. This collection offers a deeply personal view into my mind and experiences, and I hope that it will be reflective for readers, helping them to come away with a sense of hope, survival, purpose—and the occasional laugh,” said Asim.

    Asim is a former member of creative collective The Sanctuaries. Asim currently resides in Washington D.C. I Can Show You Better Than I Can Tell You is his second published work, following his previously released chapbook, Pillars.

    All three volumes of I Can Show You Better Than I Can Tell You are available now through Lulu.

    Volume I (ISBN 9798218007256) can be purchased here. Volume II (ISBN 9798218007263) can be purchased here. Volume III (ISBN 9798218007270) can be purchased here. A limited edition of the collection is also available.

    Asim is available for media interviews about self-published poetry and his work.

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  • The Outlaw Ocean Project Debuts The Outlaw Ocean Podcast,An Immersive Series Based on Reporting by Journalist Ian Urbina

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    The Outlaw Ocean Podcast is a seven-part series based on reporting by investigative journalist Ian Urbina

    There are few remaining frontiers on our planet. Perhaps the wildest, and least understood, are the world’s oceans. ”
    — Ian Urbina, Director of The Outlaw Ocean Project
    WASHINGTON DC, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, September 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Spanning more than eight years of reporting at sea on all seven oceans and more than three dozen countries, The Outlaw Ocean Podcast made a much-anticipated debut on Monday, September 26, 2022. The seven-part series was created and produced by The Outlaw Ocean Project, in collaboration with CBC Podcasts and the L.A. Times.

    The Outlaw Ocean Podcast is based on reporting by investigative journalist Ian Urbina. The series explores a gritty and lawless realm rarely seen, populated by traffickers and smugglers, pirates and mercenaries, wreck thieves and repo men, vigilante conservationists and elusive poachers, seabound abortion providers, clandestine oil dumpers, shackled slaves and cast-adrift stowaways.

    The Outlaw Ocean began as an acclaimed series of investigative reporting for The New York Times. After leaving the Times, Ian developed the reporting into a New York Times bestselling book and founded The Outlaw Ocean Project, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing these stories to audiences around the world through expanded reporting and innovative multimedia projects.

    The Outlaw Ocean Podcast now adapts this incredible collection of stories into an immersive audio documentary series, bringing the stories to life in a previously unheard way.

    “The podcast aims to not merely describe The Outlaw Ocean to our audience with language, but to bring them inside it, through sound, by immersing them in the unforgettable and utterly singular sensory universe of the high seas,” said Urbina.

    These stories are framed by an extensive series of new studio interviews with Ian Urbina, plus exclusive interviews with additional guests who contribute depth to each episode.

    In the debut episode, a ten-minute slow-motion slaughter captured by a cell phone camera shows a group of unarmed men at sea, possibly 15 of them, killed one by one by a semiautomatic weapon after which the culprits pose for celebratory selfies.

    The story explores the explosion of violence on the high seas, how Somali piracy is often used as a pretext for bloodletting by private security guards and the reasons that offshore crime often happens with impunity.

    You can listen to The Outlaw Ocean Podcast on all podcast platforms, such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, CBC Listen and Amazon Music.

    About The Outlaw Ocean Project:

    The Outlaw Ocean Project is a non-profit journalism organization founded by Ian Urbina that produces investigative stories about environmental and human rights concerns at sea globally. The project seeks to not only produce polished, narrative investigative journalism, but also to amplify that reportage by converting it into other mediums to reach new audiences all over the world.

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  • New Picture Book Uses Stunning Collage Art and Simple Repetition to Teach Elementary Kids about the Food Chain

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    This Is the Sun will be released October 4, 2022

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    The Spanish edition, Este es el Sol, will be available at the same time

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    Beautiful collage art illustrations introduce the concept of the food chain

    DC Publisher releases English and Spanish editions of a life science children’s book about energy, the circle of life, and the Sun at the center of it all

    With vibrant illustrations, This is the Sun is a wonderful and whimsical introduction to the power of the sun as it feeds all life on earth.”
    — Alexandra Roosenburg, Founder/Director, Capitol Learning Academy
    WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, September 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- This is the Sun that makes the world go round! Science Naturally is excited to introduce This Is the Sun, Elizabeth Everett’s debut children’s book. It will be released simultaneously with the Spanish-language edition, Este es el Sol.

    From the tiniest animal to the tallest tree, everything on Earth is connected through the circle of life. This beautiful picture book, which can be read-aloud with preschool-aged children, or used as an individual reading activity with elementary students, uses rhythmic repetition to introduce young children to the bright star that provides energy for all life on Earth.

    In this charming story, readers follow along as a young tree uses light from the Sun to make its own food, then passes its energy along the food chain… until it circles all the way back to a brand new sprout growing toward the Sun! Have fun reading as each living thing in the food web provides energy to the next, over and over again.

    “With vibrant illustrations, This is the Sun is a wonderful and whimsical introduction to the power of the sun as it feeds all life on earth,” says Alexandra Roosenburg, Founder and Director of the Capitol Learning Academy in Washington, DC. “This book expands the curious minds of young readers, animal lovers, and budding scientists alike. As an educator, I know children will be excited to ‘read’ the pictures while listening to the story.”

    This Is the Sun is illustrated by Indonesian artist, Evelline Andrya, whose one-of-a-kind vibrant collage art grows along with the increasingly multilevel story. Through her illustrations, readers will be able to look for the bug, spider, lizard, fox, and more as they move through each of the pages and grow to build a full ecosystem.

    This book gives readers a glimpse into how all the living things are connected through the circle of life—and the role the Sun plays in making it all possible. More than just a fun picture book that engages kids to get caught up in the repetitive pattern, This Is the Sun encourages curiosity about the plants and animals we see all around us.

    The Spanish edition, Este es el Sol, will also be published in October along with the English edition. Science Naturally is committed to creating reading materials that are accessible and available to all readers. This title, like all world language editions Science Naturally publishes, aims to keep non-native English speakers, as well as Spanish language learners, excited about nature topics and inspired to learn more.

    An extensive Teacher’s Guide will be available in English and can be downloaded at no charge from the publisher’s website. This Guide provides discussion questions, hands-on activities, and experiments to expand the content of the book and provide opportunities for parents, educators, and librarians to engage kids.

    Author Elizabeth Everett spent 16 years as a classroom teacher before venturing into writing. She lives in Colorado with her husband and son where they spend lots of time outdoors in the Western sun. This is her first book; her next books, Twinkle, Twinkle, Daytime Star and Spheres All Year, will be released in 2023. She can be reached at Elizabeth.Everett@ScienceNaturally.com.

    Artist Evelline Andrya was born in Sumatra, Indonesia. She grew up with both Chinese and Javanese cultures. Her passion in illustration started at a very young age. She was influenced by vintage greeting cards that she found in her grandma’s drawer, comic books, antique picture books, and animated movies. Her illustration style is a mix of traditional medium and digital collage. She lives in Jakarta with her husband and three children. Find her on Instagram @evellineandrya.

    Science Naturally is a small independent press in Washington, D.C. Our books are distributed to the trade by the National Book Network [NBNbooks.com (domestic) and NBNi.co.uk (international)]. For more information about our publications, to arrange author interviews, for direct or bulk purchase pricing, or to request a review copy, please contact us. Cover images and sample content are available at ScienceNaturally.com.


    This Is the Sun
    Written by Elizabeth Everett • Illustrated by Evelline Andrya
    English • Ages 4-7 • 10 x 8” • 32 Pages
    Hardback ($14.95) ISBN: 978-938492-81-5
    Paperback ($12.95) ISBN: 978-1-938492-82-2
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    Este es el Sol
    Written by Elizabeth Everett • Illustrated by Evelline Andrya
    Spanish • Ages 4-7 • 10 x 8” • 32 Pages
    Paperback ($12.95) ISBN: 978-1-938492-84-6
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  • Un nuevo libro ilustrado utiliza el arte y la repetición para educar a los niños de primaria sobre la cadena alimenticia

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    Este es el Sol estará disponible el 4 de octubre de 2022

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    Este libro estará disponible en inglés como This Is the Sun al mismo tiempo

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    Maravillosas ilustraciones de collage presentan la cadena alimenticia

    Una editorial de D.C. publica, en inglés y español, un libro de ciencias biológicas sobre la energía, el ciclo de la vida y el Sol en el centro de todo

    Con sus vívidas ilustraciones, Este es el Sol ofrece una maravillosa y divertida introducción a la energía del sol, que alimenta a todos los seres que habitan la Tierra.”
    — Alexandra Roosenburg, fundadora/directora, Capitol Learning Academy
    WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, September 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- ¡Este es el Sol que hace girar el mundo! Science Naturally tiene el agrado de presentar Este es el Sol, el primer libro infantil de Elizabeth Everett. Se lanzará en simultáneo con la edición en inglés: This Is the Sun.

    Desde el animal más pequeño hasta el árbol más alto, todo en la Tierra está relacionado con el ciclo de la vida. Este bonito libro ilustrado, que se puede leer en voz alta con niños de edad preescolar o utilizar como actividad de lectura individual con estudiantes de primaria, utiliza la repetición rítmica para presentar a los más pequeños la brillante estrella que suministra energía a todos los seres que habitan la Tierra.

    Los lectores siguen la cautivadora historia en la que un joven árbol utiliza la luz del Sol para producir su propio alimento, y luego pasa su energía al resto de la cadena alimenticia… ¡hasta que da toda la vuelta a un nuevo brote que crece hacia el Sol! Diviértase leyendo cómo cada ser vivo de la cadena alimenticia aporta energía al que le sigue, una y otra vez.

    “Con sus vívidas ilustraciones, Este es el Sol ofrece una maravillosa y divertida introducción a la energía del sol, que alimenta a todos los seres que habitan la Tierra”, señala Alexandra Roosenburg, fundadora y directora de la Capitol Learning Academy de Washington, D.C. “Este libro abre las mentes curiosas de los jóvenes lectores, los amantes de animales y los científicos en ciernes por igual. Como educadora, sé que a los niños les entusiasmará “leer” los dibujos mientras escuchan la historia”.

    Este es el Sol fue ilustrada por la artista indonesia Evelline Andrya, cuyo singular y vibrante arte en forma de collage va creciendo junto con la historia, que cada vez se desarrolla en más niveles. En sus ilustraciones, los lectores podrán buscar al bicho, a la araña, al lagarto, al zorro y a otros animales a medida que avanzan por cada una de las páginas y construyen un ecosistema completo.

    Este libro ofrece a los lectores una visión de cómo todos los seres vivos están conectados entre sí en el ciclo de la vida, y del papel que desempeña el Sol para hacerlo posible. Más que un libro ilustrado divertido que invita a los niños a engancharse con el patrón repetitivo, Este es el Sol estimula la curiosidad por las plantas y los animales que vemos a nuestro alrededor.

    La edición en inglés, This Is the Sun, también será publicada en octubre junto con la edición en español. Science Naturally mantiene su compromiso de crear materiales de lectura accesibles y disponibles para todos los lectores. Este libro, al igual que todas las ediciones en otros idiomas que publica Science Naturally, busca que tanto los hablantes no nativos de inglés como los estudiantes de español se sientan entusiasmados con los temas relacionados con la naturaleza y se sientan motivados a seguir aprendiendo.

    También se publicará una Guía para el Maestro en inglés, que podrá ser descargado gratuitamente del sitio web de la editorial. Esta Guía ofrece preguntas para debatir, actividades prácticas y experimentos para ampliar los contenidos del libre y crear oportunidades para que los padres, educadores y bibliotecarios puedan hacer participar a los niños.

    La autora, Elizabeth Everett, dedicó 16 años a la docencia antes de emprender su camino como escritora. Vive en Colorado con su marido y su hijo, donde pasan mucho tiempo al aire libre bajo el sol del Oeste. Este es su primer libro; sus próximos libros, Twinkle, Twinkle, Daytime Star y Spheres All Year, serán publicados en 2023. Para contactarse con ella, envíe un correo electrónico a: Elizabeth.Everett@ScienceNaturally.com.

    La artista, Evelline Andrya, nació en Sumatra, Indonesia. Fue criada con las culturas china y javanesa. Su pasión por la ilustración surgió a una edad muy temprana. Su estilo de ilustración fue influenciado por las tarjetas de felicitación vintage que encontró en el cajón de su abuela, los cómics, los libros ilustrados antiguos y las películas de animación. Se trata de una combinación de medios tradicionales y collage digital. Vive en Yakarta con su marido y sus tres hijos. Puede encontrarla en Instagram: @evellineandrya.

    Science Naturally es una pequeña imprenta independiente de Washington, D.C. Nuestros libros son distribuidos al mercado por la National Book Network [NBNbooks.com (nacional) y NBNi.co.uk (internacional)]. Comuníquese con nosotros si desea recibir más información sobre nuestras publicaciones, coordinar entrevistas con los autores, solicitar precios de compra directa o al por mayor, o solicitar un ejemplar para reseña. Las imágenes de portada y las muestras de contenido se encuentran disponibles en ScienceNaturally.com.

    This Is the Sun
    Escrito por Elizabeth Everett • Ilustrado por Evelline Andrya
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    Este es el Sol
    Escrito por Elizabeth Everett • Ilustrado por Evelline Andrya
    Español • Edad 4-7 • 10 x 8” • 32 páginas
    Tapa blanda ($12.95) ISBN: 978-1-938492-84-6
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  • Associated Press (AP) Added to EIN Presswire’s Press Release Distribution Footprint

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    This agreement with the Associated Press gives our clients' news releases incredible visibility to readers of one of the world’s largest and most important news reporting organizations”
    — Jeremy Fields
    WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, September 20, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- EIN Presswire is announcing today the addition of the Associated Press (AP) to its continuously growing distribution network.

    EIN Presswire, “Everyone’s Internet News Presswire”, is a global leader in press release distribution. EIN Presswire leverages its unique market position by providing superior distribution and customer service at a market disruption price point.

    Jeremy Fields, Vice President, Corporate Development at EIN Presswire said: “This agreement with the Associated Press gives our clients’ news releases incredible visibility to readers of one of the world’s largest and most important news reporting organizations. Adding the AP further strengthens our proprietary and unmatched distribution network that continues to grow – already reaching millions of readers who find EIN Presswire client news releases via search engines, thousands of media and public sites, industry trade press, social media and more.”

    Fields added, “This is just one of many exciting updates to EIN Presswire’s distribution that we’ll be unveiling – always giving public relations communicators the very best in reach, results, service and value.” If you are interested in these upcoming updates, follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/einpresswire

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  • Excellence in Equity Awards and Times 10 Publications Partner to Create Pipeline of Equity-Focused Books for Educators

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    The Excellence in Equity Awards and Times 10 Publications have partnered to promote educational equity through support and opportunities for educators.

    Times 10 will publish books authored by Excellence in Equity Award winners and provide free professional development resources to educator and school honorees

    I’m thrilled to announce this first-of-its-kind partnership, which will ... increase opportunities for educators to share their authentic, relevant expertise through new publishing contracts.”
    — Ross Romano
    WASHINGTON, DC, USA, September 19, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Excellence in Equity Awards and Times 10 Publications are pleased to announce an innovative partnership designed to enhance the pipeline of high-quality, equity-focused professional development books written by educators, for educators.

    “In Mark Barnes and the team at Times 10 Publications, we’ve identified a partner that shares our commitment to educational equity as a non-negotiable priority for every student, everywhere,” said Ross Romano, Program Chair of the Excellence in Equity Awards and Strategic Advisor to the American Consortium for Equity in Education. “I’m thrilled to announce this first-of-its-kind partnership, which will provide our awards program honorees with valuable professional development resources and increase opportunities for educators to share their authentic, relevant expertise through new publishing contracts.”

    Times 10 Publications will serve as the exclusive Publishing Partner for the Excellence in Equity Awards for the 2022 and 2023 award years. Through this partnership, the following benefits will be provided to awards program participants in the 10 unique educator and school award categories:

    • The Excellence in Equity Awards in partnership with Times 10 will award one selected educator with a book contract without requiring a proposal.

    • The Times 10 editorial team will work with the selected educator to publish their book within 24 months and will also provide a royalty advance of up to $2,500.

    • All educator honorees of the Excellence in Equity Awards will be invited to submit a book proposal to Times 10, to receive special attention from the Times 10 editorial team.

    • All educator honorees of the Excellence in Equity Awards will receive their choice of one free e-book from the Times 10 Publications library.

    • Times 10 will select one winner in each of the 10 educator award categories to receive their choice of five print books provided to their school.

    As new proposals are reviewed and accepted, Times 10 Publications and the American Consortium for Equity in Education, which presents the awards, will collaborate to publish a series of co-branded books on various equity-focused topics. Further, the Consortium’s flagship journal, Equity & Access PreK-12, will be the exclusive periodical partner for Times 10.

    "We believe deeply in the importance of educational equity and in providing schools with actionable professional learning resources that are relevant to their current needs," said Mark Barnes, Founder and President of Times 10 Publications. "I’m excited to collaborate with the Excellence in Equity Awards to deliver fresh, outstanding content and support to educators and schools around the country.”

    The inaugural Excellence in Equity Awards have already received more than 120 nominations across 18 Industry categories and 10 Educator categories. Company leaders, nonprofit executives, marketing professionals, administrators, and teachers have all demonstrated their commitment to implementing and recognizing effective practices to improve access and equity.

    "We’re proud of the enthusiastic response we’ve received to the first-ever Excellence in Equity Awards," said Larry Jacobs, President of the Consortium. "Partnering with Times 10 to increase the value received by educators is a major next step and I look forward to celebrating all of our honorees.”

    Nominations for the 2022 awards remain open through September 30. Company leaders, nonprofit executives, and educators can learn more about all award categories and submit nominations at www.ace-ed.org/awards.

    To ensure a great experience for all participants and enhance the impact of messaging about the importance of equity and access for all learners, sponsors are invited at all levels, including overall program-level sponsors and individual category sponsorships. Contact awards@ace-ed.org to learn more.

    About the Excellence in Equity Awards
    The Excellence in Equity Awards program will recognize the companies, nonprofits, leaders, and educators whose work contributes to the critical goal of ensuring access and equity for every learner. Nominations for the 2022 program are now open, with winners to be announced later in the fall. Learn more at www.ace-ed.org/awards.

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  • Press Release: "Ever Vigilant" New Book on Leadership, Legacy, Patriotism

    This Friday, September 16, 2022, is the launch of a powerful new book “Ever Vigilant: Leadership and Legacy, by the Executive Chairman of CACI.”

    "Our character would be tested and developed. We had to live to the standards of the institution and those role models who had come before us. The Academy shaped me and my life for the better."”
    — Dr. J. Phillip London
    WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- This Friday, September 16, 2022, is the launch of a powerful new book, “Ever Vigilant: Leadership and Legacy, by the Executive Chairman of CACI.” Dr. J. Phillip “Jack” London’s memoir is about a rare and unique life well lived, tracing his journey from his childhood in Oklahoma to his graduation from the United States Naval Academy, followed by active military service to become a successful defense industry executive and expert on business ethics for almost 50 years.

    Through his unique vision and remarkable leadership built on the foundation of patriotism he adopted from his military service, Dr. London built CACI into a $5.7 billion fortune 500 company supporting some of the most important and critical national security priorities in America.

    Drawing upon his military experience, he set a high bar for leaders across the government contracting industry in establishing standards for ethics and integrity. He tells how the Naval Academy created the foundation for his later successes and where he began to understand the concept of serving a cause greater than self – the cause for his country. His strong patriotism served as a compass throughout his life and career.

    "The first time you have to stand on your own can be very intimidating.
    For me, this was the Naval Academy. Beyond the traditional college
    experience, we were being groomed as patriotic citizens and Navy leaders.
    Our character would be tested and developed. We had to live to the
    standards of the institution and those role models who had come before us.
    The Academy shaped me and my life for the better."

    Dr. Jennifer London, co-author, and wife of Dr. London, stated. "As my husband led by example, from the making of a sailor, a man, a citizen, and a leader, the power of American patriotism transformed his life. Through his leadership and example, we see the importance of preserving our patriotism and our way of life in this country. America’s freedoms and opportunities support our successes. There are a lot of fractures in our society today, a society that seems to have lost its moral compass. We should not lose the message of patriotism but pass it on to our children. They are our ambassadors to the future."

    Ever Vigilant is endorsed by General Jack Keane, USA (Ret.), Roger Staubach, Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback, USNA '65, and Ambassador James S. Gillmor III. Ever Vigilant will be available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes and Noble on Friday, September 16, 2022. All of the book proceeds will be donated to various Navy organizations and charities.

    Dr. J. Phillip “Jack” London was Executive Chairman/Chairman of the Board of CACI International Inc (NYSE), a $5.7 billion technology solutions and services company with twenty-three thousand employees in 155 offices worldwide. During his twenty-three years as chief executive officer (1984–2007), Dr. London built CACI into a leading information technology and network communications services company.

    Dr. Jennifer London holds a PhD in psychology from the Ohio State University and postdoctoral education in marketing from the University of Pittsburgh School of Business. She has a diversified background in strategic planning, business development, executive hiring, development, and outplacement, as well as marketing and community relations. She is the President of her own consulting firm, where her work has included evaluating and developing potential customers nationwide for the development of new and expanded markets for companies ranging from private businesses to Fortune 100 corporations.

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  • New Book in the Award-Winning Science Wide Open Series Introduces Elementary Schoolers to Incredible Women Engineers

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    Women in Engineering is coming September 2022, along with Women in Medicine and Women in Botany.

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    This collective biography tells the stories of real women scientists like Sandra Cauffman, Huang Daopo, and Dr. Treena Livingston.

    Sample page from Women in Engineering showing the protagonist asking what is engineering?

    A curious young protagonist asks questions about the field of engineering.

    Science Naturally Publishes a STEM Picture Book that Celebrates How Diverse Women Throughout History Have Changed Lives Through Innovation

    Children with different backgrounds and interests will be excited to learn how impactful a career in this field can be. What an inspiring way to discover that engineers transform ideas into reality!”
    — Kelly Dooley, Executive Director and CEO of the ITEEA
    WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, August 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- What do the Brooklyn Bridge, cotton fabric, and the Hubble Space Telescope have in common? They’re all made possible because of amazing women scientists in the field of engineering.

    Science Naturally is excited to announce the release of Women in Engineering, the fourth book in the Science Wide Open series. Discover pioneering female engineers who have often gone unrecognized, such as Emily Warren Roebling, who was the chief engineer building the Brooklyn Bridge; Huang Daopo, who built machines to make fabric; and Sandra Cauffman, who managed the production of the Hubble Space Telescope.

    Women in Engineering teaches readers all about the field alongside women who, throughout time and place, have used creative problem solving to improve and connect the world. This story of invention and discovery is a fun way to show kids that engineering can help bring their imaginations to life. Concepts covered in Women in Engineering include the different branches of engineering, frequency hopping signals, satellites, construction, biomaterials, and more!

    As Kelly Dooley, Executive Director and CEO of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association says, “Engineers are essential to every aspect of our society. Children with different backgrounds and interests will be excited to learn how impactful a career in this field can be. What an inspiring way to discover that engineers transform ideas into reality!”

    The Science Wide Open series is written for children ages 7–10, but it’s enjoyed by parents, teachers, librarians, and scientists alike. All books in the series have been fully funded through highly successful Kickstarter campaigns, bringing in a total of over 3,600 backers eager to support quality STEM books that are accessible and inspiring.

    This is one of three new books joining the existing titles in the Science Wide Open series. The two additional new titles are Women in Medicine and Women in Botany. All three books will be released simultaneously in hardback, paperback, and ebook editions in September. Spanish ebook and paperback editions will be available in Spring 2023 as Las mujeres en la ingeniería, Las mujeres en la medicina, and Las mujeres en la botánica.

    The first three books that launched this series include Women in Biology, Women in Chemistry, and Women in Physics. They are available in hardback, paperback, and ebook editions. Spanish ebooks and paperbacks are also available as Las mujeres en la biología, Las mujeres en la química, and Las mujeres en la física.

    Creating educational materials that inspire children to learn more about STEM topics is a large part of Science Naturally’s mission. Each book in the Science Wide Open series has a companion Teacher’s Guide, available for free download. Complete with hands-on activities, discussion questions, and supplemental information, the Guides are an invaluable resource for parents, librarians, and educators.

    In addition, two brand new coloring books are available as the essential companions to the Science Wide Open series. Test your knowledge in the Women in Science Coloring and Activity Book, which features art from the first three Science Wide Open books. Then, let your imagination go wild as you customize the More Women in Science Coloring and Activity Book, full of illustrations from books four through six of the Science Wide Open series.

    Mary Wissinger is the author of the entire Science Wide Open series and the My First Science Textbook series. A former teacher, she lives with her family in St. Louis, MO. More information about her can be found at MaryWissinger.com.

    Danielle Pioli is an artist and illustrator whose mission is to inspire others to create. She is the illustrator of the entire Science Wide Open series. A talented artist and storyteller, Danielle lives in São Paulo, Brazil. More information on her can be found at DaniellePioli.com.

    Science Naturally is a small independent press in Washington, D.C. Our books are distributed to the trade by the National Book Network [NBNbooks.com (domestic) and NBNi.co.uk (international)]. For more information about our publications, direct or bulk purchase, or to request a review copy, please contact us. Cover images and sample content are available at ScienceNaturally.com.

    Women in Engineering
    Ages 7-10 • 8.25” x 8.25” • 40 pages
    Hardback: 978-1-938492-52-5
    Paperback: 978-1-938492-53-2
    eBook: 978-1-938492-54-9

    Caitlin Burnham
    Science, Naturally!
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  • Meet Women Botanists in New Picture Book Celebrating Plants, Agriculture, Gardening, Environmentalism, and Discovery

    Cover art from Women in Botany

    Women in Botany is coming September 2022, along with Women in Engineering and Women in Medicine.

    Sample page from Women in Botany, showing Ynes Mexia

    This collective biography tells the stories of real women scientists like Ynés Mexía, Dr. Wangari Maathai, and Janaki Ammal.

    Sample page from Women in Botany showing the protagonist asking what do plants eat?

    A curious young protagonist asks questions about the field of botany.

    Science Naturally Publishes a STEM Book in the Award-Winning Science Wide Open series that Introduces Children to Diverse Women Botanists Throughout History

    Children are natural scientists, always asking great questions. This gorgeous book encourages their curiosity and tells some of the forgotten stories of respected women leaders in botany.”
    — Dawn Bazely, B.Sc., M.Sc., D.Phil., Professor, York University
    WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, August 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- How did wild blueberries become so easy to buy at the grocery store? Who founded the Green Belt Movement? And how do new plants get discovered? Women have been responsible for so many amazing accomplishments, including all of these!

    Science Naturally is excited to announce the release of Women in Botany, the sixth book in the Science Wide Open series. Discover pioneering women botanists who have often gone unrecognized, such as Elizabeth Coleman White, who grew the first commercial blueberries; Dr. Wangari Maathai, who founded the Green Belt Movement for planting trees in Kenya; and Ynéz Mexía, who discovered and cataloged over 500 new plant species.

    Women in Botany takes young readers on a trek into the dazzling world of plants to see how expert women across the globe have used tiny seeds to do huge things. Learning about plants and the many surprising ways they can help our communities will inspire young readers to find out how their own big ideas can blossom.

    Dawn Bazely, B.Sc., M.Sc., D.Phil., a Professor at York University and an expert in Botany and Zoology, says “Children are natural scientists, always asking great questions. This gorgeous book encourages their curiosity and tells some of the forgotten stories of respected women leaders in botany.”

    The Science Wide Open series is written for children ages 7–10, but it’s enjoyed by parents, teachers, librarians, and scientists alike. All books in the series have been fully funded through highly successful Kickstarter campaigns, bringing in a total of over 3,600 backers eager to support quality STEM books that are accessible and inspiring.

    Concepts covered include the different parts of a seed and a plant, photosynthesis, agriculture, hybrid plants, medicinal plants, the importance of protecting trees, and more!

    This is one of three new books joining the existing Science Wide Open titles. The two additional new titles include Women in Engineering and Women in Medicine. All three books will be released simultaneously in hardback, paperback, and ebook editions in September. Spanish ebook and paperback editions will be available in Spring 2023 as Las mujeres en la botánica, Las mujeres en la medicina, and Las mujeres en la ingeniería.

    The first three books that launched this series include Women in Biology, Women in Chemistry, and Women in Physics. They are available in hardback, paperback, and ebook editions. Spanish ebooks and paperbacks are also available as Las mujeres en la biología, Las mujeres en la química, and Las mujeres en la física.

    Creating educational materials that inspire children to learn more about STEM topics is a large part of Science Naturally’s mission. Each book in the Science Wide Open series has a companion Teacher’s Guide, available for free download. Complete with hands-on activities, discussion questions, and supplemental information, the Guides are an invaluable resource for parents, librarians, and educators.

    In addition, two brand new coloring books are available as the essential companions to the Science Wide Open series.

    Test your knowledge in the Women in Science Coloring and Activity Book, which features art from the first three Science Wide Open books. Then, let your imagination go wild as you customize the More Women in Science Coloring and Activity Book, full of illustrations from books four through six of the Science Wide Open series.

    Mary Wissinger is the author of the entire Science Wide Open series and the My First Science Textbook series. A former teacher, she lives with her family in St. Louis, MO. More information about her can be found at MaryWissinger.com.

    Danielle Pioli is an artist and illustrator whose mission is to inspire others to create. She is the illustrator of the entire Science Wide Open series. A talented artist and storyteller, Danielle lives in São Paulo, Brazil. More information on her can be found at DaniellePioli.com.

    Science Naturally is a small independent press in Washington, D.C. Our books are distributed to the trade by the National Book Network [NBNbooks.com (domestic) and NBNi.co.uk (international)]. For more information about our publications, direct or bulk purchase, or to request a review copy, please contact us. Cover images and sample content are available at ScienceNaturally.com.

    Women in Botany
    Ages 7-10 • 8.25” x 8.25” • 40 pages
    Hardback: 978-1-938492-58-7
    Paperback: 978-1-938492-59-4
    eBook: 978-1-938492-60-0

    Caitlin Burnham
    Science, Naturally!
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  • Discover Healthcare Heroes Through the Ages: New Children’s Book Celebrates Historical Women in the Medical Field

    Cover art from Women in Medicine

    Women in Medicine is coming September 2022, along with Women in Engineering and Women in Botany

    Sample page from Women in Medicine, showing Dr. Angella Ferguson

    This collective biography tells the stories of real women scientists like Dr. Angella Ferguson, Tu Youyou, and Dr. Gerty Cori.

    Sample page from Women in Medicine showing the protagonist asking about types of healthcare workers

    A curious young protagonist asks questions about the field of medicine.

    New Picture Book in Award-Winning Science Wide Open Series Shows Elementary Schoolers How Diverse Women Have Changed Lives Through Healthcare Innovations

    Women in Medicine is full of inspiring stories about pioneering women in healthcare. I recommend it for all the curious kids in your life!”
    — Cameron Ogg, Ph.D., St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, August 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Have you ever wondered how medical advances happen? Women scientists and doctors have, over the centuries, played a large––if largely unrecognized––role in healthcare innovations.

    Science Naturally is excited to announce the release of Women in Medicine, the fifth book in the Science Wide Open series. Readers will learn about pioneering women who have often gone unacknowledged, such as Dr. Angella Ferguson, who created the first test for Sickle Cell Disease; Tu YouYou, who discovered a cure for malaria; and Dr. Helen Taussig, who developed a technique to treat infants born with heart defects.

    In Women in Medicine, readers explore women throughout history who have used their skills and observations to advance the field of medicine. Their achievements, including lifesaving research into diabetes and better treatment for patients in hospitals, will show young scientists the incredible power of curiosity and caring. Concepts covered in Women in Medicine include the heartbeat, blood cells, preventative healthcare, and more!

    “I learn something new every time I read a book in the Science Wide Open series,” says Cameron Ogg, Ph.D., from the Department of Developmental Neurobiology at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. “Women in Medicine is full of inspiring stories about pioneering women in healthcare. I recommend it for all the curious kids in your life!”

    The Science Wide Open series is written for children ages 7–10, but it’s enjoyed by parents, teachers, librarians, and scientists alike. All books in the series have been fully funded through highly successful Kickstarter campaigns, bringing in a total of over 3,600 backers eager to support quality STEM books that are accessible and inspiring.

    This is one of three new books joining the existing titles in the series. The two additional new titles are Women in Engineering and Women in Botany. All three books will be released simultaneously in hardback, paperback, and ebook editions in September. Spanish ebook and paperback editions will be available in Spring 2023 as Las mujeres en la medicina, Las mujeres en la ingeniería, and Las mujeres en la botánica.

    The first three books that launched this series include Women in Biology, Women in Chemistry, and Women in Physics. They are available in hardback, paperback, and ebook editions. Spanish ebooks and paperbacks are also available as Las mujeres en la biología, Las mujeres en la química, and Las mujeres en la física.

    Creating educational materials that inspire children to learn more about STEM topics is a large part of Science Naturally’s mission. Each book in the Science Wide Open series has a companion Teacher’s Guide, available for free download. Complete with hands-on activities, discussion questions, and supplemental information, the Guides are an invaluable resource for parents, librarians, and educators.

    In addition, two brand new coloring books are available as the essential companions to the Science Wide Open series. Test your knowledge in the Women in Science Coloring and Activity Book, which features art from the first three Science Wide Open books. Then, let your imagination go wild as you customize the More Women in Science Coloring and Activity Book, full of illustrations from books four through six of the Science Wide Open series.

    Mary Wissinger is the author of the entire Science Wide Open series and the My First Science Textbook series. A former teacher, she lives with her family in St. Louis, MO. More information about her can be found at MaryWissinger.com.

    Danielle Pioli is an artist and illustrator whose mission is to inspire others to create. She is the illustrator of the entire Science Wide Open series. A talented artist and storyteller, Danielle lives in São Paulo, Brazil. More information on her can be found at DaniellePioli.com.

    Science Naturally is a small independent press in Washington, D.C. Our books are distributed to the trade by the National Book Network [NBNbooks.com (domestic) and NBNi.co.uk (international)]. For more information about our publications, direct or bulk purchase, or to request a review copy, please contact us. Cover images and sample content are available at ScienceNaturally.com.

    Women in Medicine
    Ages 7-10 • 8.25” x 8.25” • 40 pages
    Hardback: 978-1-938492-55-6
    Paperback: 978-1-938492-56-3
    eBook: 978-1-938492-57-0

    Caitlin Burnham
    Science, Naturally!
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  • An Inside Look at President Trump's Buy American and Tariff Policies

    WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, August 19, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- In this latest episode of the Taking Back Trump's America podcast, former Trump trade and manufacturing policy advisor dissects some of the internal forces that helped shape, and sometimes block two key types of policies of President Trump, Buy American and trade tariffs.

    According to podcast author Peter Navarro, President Trump's two most simple rules during his four years in the White House were Buy America, Hire American. At the same time, tariffs were the centerpiece of Trump's tough on China policies as well as an important tool to bring American manufacturing back to home shores.

    In this podcast episode, Navarro discusses how key elements within the White House addressed the Buy American and tariff policies. Featured in the podcast are the Jones Act and former Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney. The Jones Act is the oldest expression of Buy American legislation requires all ships carrying cargo between two US ports to be American-built, -owned, -crewed, and -flagged; and it is the single most important congressional act bolstering America’s shipbuilding industry.

    At a key juncture in 2017, the Jones Act policy would suffer a major blow when a policy reform offered by Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan was blocked internally. The story about this is finally told.

    Other policy issues featured in the podcast include the China travel ban during the pandemic and the role of Dr. Anthony Fauci in shaping that ban.

    The Taking Back Trump's America Apple podcast is based on the audio and print editions of the forthcoming Taking Back Trump's America Book; Why We Lost the White House and How We'll Win It Back (Bombardier), available for pre-order on Amazon.

    Peter Navarro
    In Trump Time
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  • Navarro's Taking Back Trump's America Podcast Takes You Inside the West Wing Decision Process

    The campaign went from the beautifully orchestrated Steve Bannon masterpiece in 2016, with 20 people on Trump Force One, to the ugliest equivalent of Hillary Clinton’s beyond bloated Hindenburg.”
    — Taking Back Trump's America
    WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, August 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The just-launched Taking Back Trump's America podcast by former Trump advisor Peter Navarro offers an inside look at some of the key policymaking decision processes within Donald Trump's West Wing. This podcast is available now free on Apple Podcasts.

    In this episode, the podcast reviews some of the major decision points related to topics ranging from trade talks with China, the investigation of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, and U.S.-Israel relations to managing the pandemic and the 2020 Trump campaign. According to the podcast: "Ultimately, the biggest failure of the 2020 election was the failure of the Trump campaign itself. The campaign went from the beautifully orchestrated Steve Bannon masterpiece in 2016, with 20 people on Trump Force One barnstorming flyover country, to the ugliest equivalent of Hillary Clinton’s beyond bloated Hindenburg of a campaign in just four years. "

    White House personnel featured in the podcast include Senior Counselor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien, and U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer.

    The Taking Back Trump's America podcast is based on Navarro's forthcoming book Taking Back Trump's America: Why We Lost the White House and How We'll Win It Back (Bombardier Press), available for pre-order in the audio and print editions.

    Peter Navarro
    In Trump Time
    +1 202-489-7479
    email us here