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(NewsUSA) - Bradford’s Walk by Denis O’NeillIn this comforting narrative, Bradford, an irrepressible brown dog, delights all who join him on his daily walk through the beckoning Connecticut …

BookTrib's Bites: Curl Up With These Cozy Reads

(NewsUSA) - A Winter by the Sea by Julie Klassen Return to the Devonshire coast In this latest book in the On Devonshire Shores series with the Summers sisters, where loyalties are tested, secrets …

Killer in a Winter Wonderland: Latest in Cozy Mystery Series Takes on Holiday Aura

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New eBook From BookTrib Showcases Excerpts from Some of the Hottest Books

(NewsUSA) -, a leading source of news, reviews and information about the book industry for more than 20 years, is excited to announce the launch of a new ebook showcasing excerpts from …

A Champion of Social Impact Communications Shares Insights in New Book

(NewsUSA) - Carrie Fox takes to heart the role—and the responsibility—that leading communicators hold in shaping how stories are told, how narratives are shaped, and how decisions are made.A …

New Novel Skillfully Weaves Artificial Intelligence, Martial Arts and Immortality

(NewsUSA) - “My name is Tigress and I am immortal. This is my story.”Michael Crichton meets Bruce Lee in THE GIRL FROM WUDANG (Tuttle Publishing), a gripping story for fans of legendary …

BookTrib's Bites: From Historical Fiction to Pirates

(NewsUSA) - Clara’s Secret by Stephan R. Frenkel. This critically acclaimed Amazon Bestseller begins with the captivating story of Clara Prinz, a remarkable woman forced to leave her native Berlin …

BookTrib's Bites: Four Captivating Autumn Reads

(NewsUSA) - The Card Squad by Jack ColeA great read to help children understand about Alzheimer’s Disease, written by a New York Times award-winning high school student.Ever feel like something …


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BookTrib's Bites: Four Diverse Reads

(NewsUSA) - Second Term by J.M. AdamsA lame duck president's desperate power grab threatens democracy in the United States— can a former intelligence operative and single mother prevent …
Becoming: George Washington and Benedict Arnold

Was Benedict Arnold a traitor because he was surrounded by total jerks?

(BPT) - Benedict Arnold is America’s most infamous traitor. His final plan was to turn West Point over to the British and assist them in capturing George Washington. If successful, it would …

(BPT) - Once a loyal leader in the American Revolution, Benedict Arnold eventually flipped sides and became a traitor to the cause he once loved. In the aftermath of his unsuccessful attempt to …
(BPT) - George Washington is the “father of our country” yet, ironically, he didn’t have any children of his own. If you are like many others, you’ve probably wondered why he …

Why aren't schools teaching the truth about George Washington's death?

(BPT) - School children are taught that after a life of action and harrowing battles, George Washington died peacefully in his bed at Mount Vernon. In reality, the nation’s first president died …

(BPT) - Would you ever betray your country? The answer is likely, no. Everyone thinks that under no circumstances they would betray the country they love.However, Benedict Arnold — one of …
(BPT) - Benedict Arnold is arguably the most successful and talented general in the Revolution. He was also America’s greatest traitor. However, if his treason had succeeded it could have …

Uncovering the truth: Was this George Washington’s worst decision?

(BPT) - George Washington was indispensable in the Revolution. Without him, the army may not have achieved victory. Moreover, his willingness to repeatedly give up power — including the return …

(BPT) - It’s easy to find out what George Washington looked like. But what did he sound like?There are many well-known paintings of Washington, and the museum at Mount Vernon displays a …
(BPT) - You've probably heard the story of George Washington chopping down a cherry tree and later admitting the act to his father, claiming he “cannot tell a lie.” It’s a story …
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Booktrib's Bites: Four Reads to Cap off the Summer
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