Book Award Winner: The Green Real Deal: American Energy, National Security, and a Better Plan for the Environment by Bill Herrington

Congratulations on your silver book award! Synopsis The Energy Wake-Up Call for Americans The all-in stance in favor of renewables has rendered Europe vulnerable to Putin. And America is in danger of making the same catastrophic mistake. The Green Real Deal exposes the danger of plans like the Green New Deal—and reveals the truth about […]

Book Award Winner: To a High Court: Five Bold Law Students Challenge Corporate Greed and Change the Law by Neil Thomas Proto

Congratulations on your gold book award! Synopsis It is the fall of 1971. Richard Nixon is in the White House. The nation is still in turmoil over the war in Vietnam. The daily body count is diminishing but not the anger over the war’s conduct or the president’s intent on victory. He has moved the […]

Book Award Winner: The Remarkable Reefs of Cuba: Hopeful Stories From the Ocean Doctor by David E. Guggenheim

Congratulations on your gold book award! Synopsis Since 1970, the Caribbean has lost half its coral reefs, an ominous and accelerating phenomenon reflected around the world. Beyond the heartbreak of the loss of such exquisite beauty, losing coral reefs means the annual loss of billions of dollars from the global economy and the end of […]

Book Award Winner: This Is Our Home: A Sustainability Story to Help You Start Your Own Eco-Friendly Journey by Trent Romer

Congratulations on your silver book award! Synopsis There are grave environmental issues plaguing our world, from pollution to climate change. These global crises can often leave us feeling powerless, questioning: “How can one person make a real impact?” Drawing from his personal experiences of growing up in a town marred by toxic waste, and his […]

Book Award Winner: The Future of the Impossible: The Physics and Ethics of Time Travel by Dannelle Shugart

Congratulations on your bronze book award! Synopsis Are you curious about time travel? Think black holes and wormholes are cool? Then this book is for you. Do you wish you could learn about science without having to muddle through dry texts or understand science jargon? Then this book is for you. Enter the fascinating world […]

Book Award Winner: Immigrant Concepts: Life Paths to Integration by Joachim Reimann and Dolores Rodriguez-Reimann

Congratulations on your bronze book award! Synopsis Both immigrants themselves, Dr. Joachim Reimann and Dr. Dolores Rodríguez-Reimann use their personal, academic, and clinical experience to provide a first-hand account of the challenges migrants face and the strengths that allow them to overcome such obstacles. Buy the Book Author Bio Dr. Joachim Reimann and Dr. Dolores […]

Book Award Winner: Regenerative Business: How to Align Your Business with Nature for More Abundance, Fulfillment, and Impact by Samantha Garcia

Congratulations on your silver book award! Synopsis What kind of impact could your business make if you integrated the most powerful systems on Earth: the systems of nature? Since the Industrial Revolution, much of human history has revolved around conquering nature. But just as species have been hunted to extinction and forests have been leveled […]

Book Award Winner: Nagorno-Karabakh: A Reassessment of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict by T. J. Petrowski

Congratulations on your bronze book award! Synopsis The Azerbaijani attack on the de facto independent Republic of Artsakh (formerly the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic) in September 2020 shattered the illusion that this conflict is “frozen.” The forty-four-day war in 2020 was the bloodiest outbreak of violence over the separatist region since the conflict began in the late […]

Book Award Winner: Juror #11: A Memoir of the Broken Justice System and Rising from the Trials of Life by Katrina Robertson

Congratulations on your gold book award! Synopsis How can you keep your faith in people after seeing the flaws of the American justice system? Juror #11 exposes the flaws and weaknesses in the American justice system from the perspective of a murder trial juror who endured months of trauma, the threat of jail, and thousands […]