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Back to the Berkshires

by Arthur Gilbert

NOW AVAILABLE AT Books and Books in Coral Gables or directly from the author, Author Gilbert. Go to
www.Bigartphotography.com
and contact the author directly.

Have you ever wondered why you shot a particular photograph? Could it have been related to a time or event from your past imprinted in your subconscious memory?
In selecting the photos for this book, the author retrospectively realized that many of them reminded him of certain childhood experiences from summers spent in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts. To take these photographs over the past 16 summers he used eleven different cameras, including Canon and Fujifilm DSLRs and four different iPhones. The subject of each photograph opened the door for him to research and record facts about its history.
This book is not about photographic technique nor is it a tutorial. This book is an eclectic composite of what visually pleased or excited him. What will inspire you?
ISBN 978-1-946886-35-4
Library of Congress Control Number 2022907404

Florida Heritage Kids

by George S. LeMieux and Laura E. Mize

Who are the Florida Heritage Kids? They are five extraordinary young people from Florida’s past who experienced some of the most exciting events in the state’s history. Through their eyes and their stories you will learn what it was like to live in Florida before there were thrilling theme parks in Orlando and rockets blasting into space from Kennedy Space Center. This is an this action-packed, fast-moving depiction of Sunshine State history that kids deserve to read.

Camp Ascension

by Rhett Landrum

Seven highly gifted sixth graders meet at Camp Ascension, a sleepaway camp in northeastern Florida. The campers soon become embroiled in an adventure which brings them closer together and exposes their other “gifts.” Marge has prophetic dreams. Chris filters his world as an emotional empath. David’s Asperger’s Syndrome and his eidetic memory make him an intellectual superhero. Along the way, they connect with mentors and advocates who begin to shape them into the incredible adults they will become. The gang of seven soon discovers that something extraordinary has united them. Is it merely a series of coincidences? Have their gifts drawn them to each other? They eventually uncover a group of local fraudsters. Using their intellectual and supernatural abilities, they work together to thwart these unscrupulous characters.

Coming Soon

The Fourth Novel in the Book of Ruin Series

by W.D. Hladky

To escape his father’s despotic claw, Roge Callan changes his name to serve as a sergeant under a banished RangerKnight. They live among former enemies, the Skinweavers, who seek help to find a path out of their barbaric tribal past.

But the benevolent Widow Witches and their sentient Yetis have gone missing, and only someone with Widow Witch blood can find and rescue them. Unbeknownst to Roge, he has the blood and is the League of American Castles’ only option. In a hobbled and sabotaged swiftship called the Drunken Stork, Roge pulls together a small crew of misfits and travels from Mitteleuropa to Russia to the Middle Kingdom. They confront along the way ambushers, pestilence, vicious chimeric predators and titanic storms.

However, Roge is not the only one with problems.

Thousands of dead Han soldiers keep disappearing after battling brutal steppe invaders. Plus, alien-looking outlanders are stalking the Middle Kingdom in powerful skyships no one can match. All the while, court intrigue, well-guarded secrets and backstabbing keep Luminous Emperor Zhong Ren from learning the meaning of his diviner’s mysterious predictions.

Y.M. Masson’s new novel !

by Y.M. Masson

Pamela had left Britain for the United States after devastating WWII family losses only to find herself a widowed mother a few years later; Jasmine was a five-year-old orphan when she came to New York from Taiwan; Marc survived two wars, one a victim and one as a participant, then emigrated to America.
They worked and studied hard; they visited other countries and learned about other cultures; they made friends with many. They built a library of happy memories and prepared to live a full life and to help the unfortunates, mainly children, who wanted to have a chance at life. They would not let life pass them by. They became a family.