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Wally McBap Needs A Nap!

Illustrated by Ashley Teets

Mom's Choice Award Winner--Best Book Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5-8) Fiction-General

2014 Book of the Year Creative Child Award

Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention


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Robot Rhymes

Mom's Choice Award Winner--Best Book Juvenile Level 2 (Ages 9-12) New Age & Indigo Topics

2014 Preferred Choice Creative Child Award

Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention


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Shining Scars

Illustrated by Lucas Kelly

Mom's Choice Award Winner--Best Book Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5-8) Body, Mind & Spirit
Eugene doesn't heed his mother's advice and flies too fast through the galaxy. He crashes into the crescent moon and guess what happens? Follow the adventures of Eugene and how he copes with his new scar.

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Award Winning Authors and Award Winning Books

2014 Outstanding Publisher of the Year--Indie Book Awards


2013 Independent Publisher of the Year

Andrea Arco-Mastromichalis Takes Lighthearted Look at Naptime in New Book

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Published in September 2013 through Headline Books, Inc., an independent publishing house with a robust children's books division, "Wally" takes a ...

Headline Books Titles Win 2 Mom’s Choice Awards

The Mom’s Choice Awards have selected two Headline Books titles as Honorees

From Washing Cars to Hollywood Star by Landau Eugene Murphy Jr with Rick Robinson and

Dori's Gift by Angie Wilson, illustrated by Ashley Teets

Landau Brings Christmas Cheer on Tour by Martha Sparks, Logan Banner

Headline Authors Featured at Barnes & Noble Book Signing, WBOY TV


"Inspiring Children to Explore, Learn and Cooperate" - 2013 Moonbeam Children's Book Award Winners Announced—Shovelful of Sunshine Wins Gold

(Traverse City, MI - Oct. 10, 2013) Children need positive role models that show them how to get along in life. They sure aren’t getting that from the U.S. Congress! The government shutdown and daily bickering between political parties sends a bad message, and our kids must look elsewhere for inspiration. Luckily, children’s books offer a positive alternative, and the winners of this year's Moonbeam Children's Book Awards contain a variety of encouraging and uplifting examples. More


America’s Got Talent Winner

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Memoir Released in November

In the summer of 2011, more than 14 million viewers each week watched with awe as a gifted vocalist from the coalfields of West Virginia rose to the top spot on NBC TV’s “America’s Got Talent.” Soon, they will be able to read the amazing story behind Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.’s journey from washing cars to Hollywood stars.

Co-authored by award-winning author, Rick Robinson, Landau Murphy's story will inspire every reader to reach for their own American Dream.

“I’m so happy that a publisher from my home state of West Virginia will help me to tell my story, my way. I am definitely no saint, and I’m going to put it all out there in this book in hopes that it inspires readers to dream big, and never give up,” said Murphy who won a million dollars and a headlining spot at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas as the top vote getter on “America’s Got Talent.” His debut CD on Columbia Records “That’s Life” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Jazz charts and Landau’s tour has sold out all over America.

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US Review of Books Recommends Shovelful of Sunshine by Stacie Hutton


Award Winning Authors Lynn Salsi and Marcie May, Mom's Choice Awards Honorees, at Book Expo America

Lynn Salsi Interview with Mom's Choice at BEA

The Book: Jack and the Giants

The Audio Book: The Appalachian Jack Tales

Marcie May Interview with Mom's Choice at BEA

The Book: Penny & Tubs: City on the Sea




WKBW NewYork: Interview with Funny Dan the Race Car Man author Tim Packman

Award Winning Author Melinda Chambers on Lifetime Television's the Balancing Act, Air Date April 26

Melinda Chambers on Lifetime TV


Congratulations to WV State Teacher of the Year, Drema McNeal, who is introduced by Governor Earl Ray Thomblin during his State of the State Address.

View the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zRxNsRvKD4

Her mention starts at 17:30 minutes and last through 28:40 minutes


 

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