ADLE International Celebrates 18 Years Dedicated to Selling Affordable Books

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ADLE International's specializes in rare, out or print, hard to find used and new books affordable even to limited earners

Affordable Books even to limited earners

— Carlos Rodiriguez

PORTLAND, OR, UNITED STATES, December 31, 2016 / — ADLE International Celebrates 18 Years Dedicated to Selling Affordable Books

ADLE International, launches 6 more bookselling websites while it prepares it new round table meetings with investors in Silicon Valley at the the middle of 2017. It is expected to increase it's market sahre dominance in selling books.

Portland, OR, United States, December 31, 2016 -(PressReleasePoint)- ADLE International launches six more bookselling websites after the company's flagship books site, Affordable Books on line, The company's new sites Used Books World, Quality CD's, Affordable Books Finds, Affordable Books Deals, Affordable DVD's, Affordable Ipads are more mobile device friendly. These new sites are projected to bring business 300% more for 2017 ADLE prepares for new round table meetings for new investors in Silicon Valley.

ADLE International dedicates a lot of time in discovering what the customer need and offer those hard to find books book buyers can't find while remembering not to take advantage..Thus, the vision of affordability came from visionary founder Alex Esguerra who was 1994-1997 APEC Youth Representative and Young Entrepreneur Co-Chair of the APEC Young Entrepreneurs Association founded in Ottawa, Canada.

The company targets book buyers who needs the newly release fiction, that hard to find textbook, or the rare bestselling book. Initially,the flagship store Affordable Books on line over the years has been a tremendous success. It's time to make a further step in the book selling industry says Alex Esguerra, founder.

Over the years, consistent market studies and intelligence presented that ADLE International has a need to stabilized market presence in different venues, arenas and offerings. The new sites are projected to be a resounding success as the company meets new target venture capitalist in the middle of 2017 in Silicon Valley for new round table meetings.In 2016, the company sales grew 200% thereby acknowledging the new need to infuse more needed working capital and further grow as time permits.

During these new pitch meetings, will present a new ideal concept in independent future bookselling marketing strategies. Here's to the future and happy book reading to everyone. Checkout Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at Affordable Books On line.

Press Contact:
Carlos Rodiriguez
Director of Sales
ADLE International
818 SW 3rd Ave. Ste. 284
Portland, OR 97204

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Miracle at Zakynthos, The Only Greek Jewish Community Saved In Its Entirety From Annihilation

An untold story of courage and compassion

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, December 30, 2016 / — “Wondrous tales of noble heroism and self-sacrifice have sometimes pierced the evil of the Holocaust, but few are more compelling than the heroism of the Greek Christians of Zakynthos. Led by their Bishop and Mayor, these ‘ordinary people’ hid their Jewish neighbors and saved them from certain death — a rarified example of humanity in the face of tyranny that will inspire for generations. Deno Seder has performed a great service to history by his riveting work and careful research.”

Rabbi Meyer H. May, Executive Director, Simon Wiesenthal Center

"Any student of World War II and the Holocaust– in fact, any student of history– should read this book. It is a testament to the human spirit and to the courage of two men who were willing to risk their own lives to save the Jewish community of the Greek island of Zakynthos. And they succeeded!"

Michael Dukakis, Former Governor of Massachusetts and candidate for president

“The fact that not a single Jew was deported from the island of Zakynthos stands as an anomaly in the tragic history of Jews under the Nazi regime. Miracle at Zakynthos uncovers a little-known story of World War II in compelling detail.”
Abraham H. Foxman, former National Director, Anti-Defamation League

“Thank you for your unique book, Miracle at Zakynthos. Zakynthos is one of the few places in the world that, due to the heartfelt dedication of Bishop Chrysostomos and Mayor Loucas Carrer, succeeded in saving all the island’s population from a terrible massacre. I was happy to read about this ray of light. I hope and pray that this book will become a beacon to humanity and inspire dedication to our fellow man.”
Rabbi David Lau, Chief Rabbi of Israel

"In this well-researched and documented collection of firsthand accounts and historical texts, we witness the great spiritual stature of our not-so-distant forebears. This book serves as a painful, albeit powerful reminder of the intrepid bravery shown by the hierarchs, priests and Greek people in the face of inhumane threats against their Jewish neighbors."
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew


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Legacy Society donors Michael, Darby, Braelyn and Brock Rumbaugh of Laurie A. Rumbaugh Family Foundation

Legacy Society donors Cheryl and Mark Montgomery

Legacy Society donors Dean and Raymer F. Maguire, III

Developing Character and Promoting Strong Social Skills to Children in Low-Income Communities

I am profoundly grateful for these donors. For many children, this gift will be the first book they will ever own.

— Loretta Neff, founder of the EW Foundation

PALM BEACH, FL, USA, December 29, 2016 / — EW Foundation Inc., a 501(3)(c) nonprofit, announced today that it recently secured $17,500 in additional sponsorships for its 3rd annual musical brunch, Books, Bellinis, and Bel Canto, to be held on Sunday, February 5, 2017 at Club Colette in Palm Beach, Florida, with all net proceeds supporting EWF’s character education outreach programs to children in low-income communities.

Michael D. Rumbaugh of the Laurie A. Rumbaugh Family Foundation in Columbus, Ohio led the effort as a Legacy Society donor with a $7,500 Bambini sponsorship in honor of his late wife, Laurie, a mother of three and former teacher who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2015. Michael, along with children, Brock, Braelyn and Darby, will present their gift of story time with signed books to a Title I elementary in the Columbus, Ohio area in the spring.

Cheryl and Mark Montgomery of Winter Park, Florida continued the effort with their generous donation of $5,000 to become a Legacy Society donor and Bellini Reception sponsor in recognition of EWF’s achievements. A Title I elementary gift recipient in the greater Orlando area is currently being selected.

Rounding out the season of giving, Orlando residents, Dean and Raymer F. Maguire, III, also provided a Legacy Society donation of $5,000. For more than fifty years, four generations of the Maguire family have been passionately involved in philanthropic efforts related to education. Dean lovingly devotes her time each day to the education of our youth as a teacher for at-risk students in the Orlando public school system. She also serves as an EWF advisory board member.

“I am profoundly grateful for these donors”, commented Loretta Neff, founder of the EW Foundation. “Their support underscores the value of our programs, and helps drive our mission to provide successful outcomes for children with limited resources. For many children, this gift will be the first book they will ever own,” added Ms. Neff.

These extraordinary acts of generosity and support propel EWF toward reaching its goal of impacting over 10,000 children by the end of 2016. With seven (7) Title I schools on the wait list in states of Florida, New Jersey and Ohio, these funds provide much needed underwriting for story time author visits with signed copies for every child.

Since 2014, EWF has benefited over 8,900 children with their award winning character education programs and provided author visits and signed copies of their first book, Tame Your Manners, to nineteen (19) academies and schools and fourteen (14) charities.

Loretta Neff, Founder and Executive Director
EW Foundation
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New Book Shares Business Startup Secrets, Ideas for Entrepreneurs

Startup Pro: Bootstrapping Ideas for Startup Entrepreneurs

A new book by a former staffing firm owner providing tools designed to help people free themselves from dead-end jobs and start successful businesses.

"The time is always ripe to do what is right."

— Martin Luther King

WILMINGTON, DE, USA, December 28, 2016 / — “Start Up Pro: Bootstrapping Ideas for Startup Entrepreneurs” by Ramona Clay (Anomar Publishing, 2016) provides invaluable success secrets and fresh, simple steps anyone can take to get unstuck from a place of insecurity, finding the drive to take action, increase their income and transform their lives. The book includes new, creative ideas for startup businesses, information about how to start a business with little or no money, marketing tips to drive a business and generate income fast, effective business planning and financial management advice and much more.

While “Startup Pro” serves as a useful resource for anyone wanting to start their own businesses, it is especially designed to empower women and those with limited resources.

“My goal is to guide others to the decision of which path to take on the road to self-employment," Clay said. "I find that most folks already know what they want deep down inside. My book and my coaching are designed to bring out those entrepreneurial desires and help people connect with their God-given purpose to create fulfilling and rewarding lives."

Startup Pro also includes business resources, including access to capital for qualified startup businesses. Clay is offering workshops, coaching, and speaking engagements to help others create inspirational alternatives to monotonous work. Please send an email for additional information:

Ramona Clay
Anomar Publishing
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The First-Ever Educator-Chosen STEM List is Announced

Four national teachers’ groups and the CBC have chosen the 31 best STEM books

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, December 29, 2016 / — The Children’s Book Council (CBC) has announced the Best STEM Books list, the first-ever teacher-approved STEM list for educators, librarians, parents, and guardians for exceptional books with STEM content. Four groups reviewed and determined the 31 Best STEM titles, culled from a list of 328 submissions: the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA), the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), and the Society of Elementary Presidential Awardees (SEPA).

The 2017 Preview List is now available at, with a fully annotated list to follow in January 2017.

The project was coordinated by the Children’s Book Council over a four-month nomination and voting period.

About the Children’s Book Council (CBC): The Children’s Book Council is the nonprofit trade association for children’s book publishers in North America. The CBC also runs one of the country’s most prestigious literacy charities, Every Child a Reader.

Emma Kantor
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PBS Newshour Features Gene Luen Yang, Reading Advocate

Reading Without Walls

Major Interview with the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature

NEW YORK, NY, USA, December 28, 2016 / — A long-awaited interview with Gene Luen Yang, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, aired on the PBS Newshour right before the holidays on December 22.

You can view the full clip here, in which Gene talks about his vision for Reading Without Walls, a concept he’s developed to encourage children and teens to read a book that’s a window into other lives and cultures, not a mirror of their own. Yang is also an advocate for the enjoyment of graphic novels and the learning of computer coding skills by young people.

Gene Yang is in his second year as the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, a program sponsored by the Library of Congress and Every Child a Reader. A national Reading Without Walls Challenge will be offered across America in April 2017.

To learn more about Gene, visit his site

Learn more about the National Ambassador program and the vital role of the Library of Congress.

Every Child a Reader is a literacy organization that runs popular national programs including the Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards, Children’s Book Week (May 1-7, 2017), and the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. Every Child a Reader is a 501(c)(3) charity funded by individual and corporate donations and by the support of The Children’s Book Council.

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Mennonites Accepting Song Submissions for New Hymnal

Submissions open until December 31, 2017

HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, December 28, 2016 / — The Mennonite Worship and Song Committee is accepting content submissions for a new hymnal collection releasing in 2020. This collection will represent the diverse ways Mennonites sing and worship throughout the United States and Canada.

An important element of the project is a call for new and original content. Authors, songwriters, composers, and artists are invited to submit their work online at This online submissions portal will be active throughout 2017.

“We welcome submissions from folks who generate music and worship resources for traditional to contemporary worship settings as we strive to reach the breadth of the church. We have committed ourselves to honoring diverse voices in worship, and are energized by reflecting and expanding the ways that Mennonites give expression to a shared faith in God,” said Project Director Bradley Kauffman.

The committee hopes the portal will draw a diversity of material that creatively serves a broad spectrum of worshipers. The committee welcomes content that is well-suited to congregational use, in a variety of languages, reflective of Christian theology and practice generally, and specifically Anabaptist theology and practice. Additional parameters are delineated in the portal.. Artists are invited to submit visual elements as the committee considers the ways various media enhance worship.

“We anticipate receiving thousands of submissions—songs, hymn texts, tunes, worship resources, orders of worship, ritual elements, and visual images—for our committee to review” Kauffman added.

The new worship and song collection will be available in bound and digital formats, along with an accompaniment volume. It will be published by Herald Press, the book imprint of MennoMedia as the denominational publisher for Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada.

For more information about the Mennonite Worship and Song Collection project or to schedule an interview with Bradley Kauffman, project director, contact LeAnn Hamby at (540) 908-3941 or email

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Garrison Keillor talks about the history of Mennonites

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Every Child a Reader Launches New Website

Visit the national literacy nonprofit at

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, December 28, 2016 / — Every Child a Reader, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to inspiring a love of reading in children and teens across America, has launched a new website for the new year. Every Child a Reader’s popular national programs are now front and center at Teachers, librarians, booksellers, and parents will find information on the website for Children’s Book Week, the longest-running literacy initiative in the country; the Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards, the only book awards chosen by children and teens; and the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature program, in partnership with the Library of Congress.

A Razoo donation widget is embedded on the Every Child a Reader homepage for a hassle-free donation process, in time for year-end giving. All proceeds go toward the creation of free reading materials for libraries and classrooms.

In the new year, free downloadable resources for Children’s Book Week (May 1-7, 2017), including a digital toolkit, event ideas, and an interactive event map, will be made available starting January 9, 2017 at The Every Child a Reader site will also house online voting for the Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards, open February 28 through May 7, 2017.

Every Child a Reader is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to inspiring a love of reading in children and teens across America, and is supported by individual donations, grants, foundations, and the Children’s Book Council.

Emma Kantor
The Children's Book Council and Every Child a Reader
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Paw Adventure Book Leads to Changing Lives

Karen Nicksich

Paw Adventure Book Leads to Changing Lives

RICHLAND, WASHINGTON, USA, December 27, 2016 / — Celebrated pet author Karen Nicksich's book Time of My Life, chronicles a story of Anna and her pet dog Dante, who struggled from bone cancer and how his existence become a heartfelt inspiration to pet lovers, who also have to deal with losing a pet and terrible grief.

The book is highly inspired by the author's real-life memories of her Golden Retriever named "Max". The paw adventure also punctuates on rescuing dog and how every pet deserves a loving home as inspired by the author's drive to rescue dogs from the streets and nurture it with love and care, a move Nicksich had been doing for the last 35 years.

The book also tells the story of the other farm animals at the Lilac Doggie Rescue Ranch and how Dante's death hurt as much as that of a family member. It details how to bounce back from the loss and how the grief can strengthen anyone who is at loss with the death of their pets that they have grown to love like family.

Time of My Life is a survival-guide book to pet lovers who have to deal with the same fate as Anna and Nicksich. It will open the reader's eyes to mourning and the time for moving on. The story is told through the wisdom and love of angels, a Wise Old Tree, and the many animals living at the ranch.

With the aim to help her readers understand the reality and pain of loss, Nicksich book is highly recommended for anyone who has lost a companion animal and to help readers including children better understand the passing of a pet. The book will also give inspiration to pet lovers and readers to be relentless in loving one's pet unconditionally as well as to reinvest in other potential activities while nursing a broken heart, which may involve getting another dog.

About The Author:

Karen Nicksich was a teacher for almost thirty-five years. She attended college in Colorado and holds a gifted and talented education endorsement. She grew up in Upstate New York. Currently, Karen is living in Richland, Washington, with her husband John; son, William; daughter, Rachel; and their two dogs, Max and Otis. Karen enjoys riding horses, bird watching, traveling, and rescuing dogs.

Product Details:

Book: The Time of My Life
Author: Karen Nicksich
City/State: Richland, Washington
Book copies are available at:

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Nominations Are Open for the 2017 Teen Choice Book Awards

The only book awards chosen by teens

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, December 27, 2016 / — In partnership with The Children’s Book Council (CBC) and Every Child a Reader, is giving teens the chance to pick the finalists for the CBC’s 2017 Teen Choice Book Awards, the only book awards chosen exclusively by teens. Voters will be asked to select up to 15 of their 2016 favorites from a list of 485 titles in a wide range of genres. If voters do not see a favorite title on the provided list, they are encouraged to write in their choices of books published in 2016.

Voters can fill out the form hosted on the Teenreads website from now through 11:59 pm (EST) on February 11, 2017. The five titles that receive the most votes will be determined at the end of February and will serve as the finalists for the Teen Choice Book of the Year award.

Voting for the Children’s and Teen Choice Book Award winners will then open February 28 and run through the final day of Children’s Book Week on May 7, 2017. The winners will be announced in conjunction with the ABC Children’s Group/ABFE art auction on May 31 at BookExpo.

Every Child a Reader is a literacy organization that runs popular national programs including the Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards, Children’s Book Week, and the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. Every Child a Reader is a 501(c)(3) charity funded by individual and corporate donations and by the support of The Children’s Book Council.

Emma Kantor
The Children's Book Council and Every Child a Reader
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