Richter Publishing is excited to announce our new release, “Scars of a Soldier” by Jonathan Bonnet.
“Scars of a Soldier” follows Jonathan on his journey from a teenage delinquent to a soldier in Afghanistan. Jonathan shares his experiences growing up with a rocky childhood. He exposes the raw truth of dealing with depression, suicide and drugs. Climb into his mind and get a firsthand view of what it’s like to go through the highs and lows to live a normal life and persevere.
You can order your own copy of “Scars of a Soldier” here!
Easter is coming up in a few days, and the Easter Bunny loves putting books (and eggs) in baskets! Here are five children’s books that your kids are sure to love this year, and you can order them on Amazon just in time for Easter.
“Gasparilla: A Pirate’s Tale” by Lisa Ballard is a children’s book about Tampa Bay’s favorite mythical pirate, José Gaspar. After being falsely accused of stealing the crown jewels, Gaspar escapes on a ship bound for Florida and claims the west coast of Florida as his pirate domain.
The book was featured in the spring issue for “Woodstock Magazine” in the travel section. Check out the article below!
Discover your own copy of “Gasparilla: A Pirate’s Tale” by clicking here.
You may know that Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights leader, but here are some surprising facts about him that you may not have heard in school.
1. His birth name was Michael, not Martin.
The civil rights leader was born Michael King Jr. on January 15, 1929. In 1934, however, his father traveled to Germany and became inspired by the Protestant Reformation leader Martin Luther. As a result, King Sr. changed his own name as well as that of his 5-year-old son.
2. He entered college at the age of 15.
King was such a gifted student that he skipped grades 9–12 before enrolling in 1944 at Morehouse College. King was ordained before graduating college with a degree in sociology.
3. He was imprisoned nearly 30 times.
According to the King Center, King went to jail 29 times. He was arrested for acts of civil disobedience and on trumped-up charges, such as when he was jailed in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1956 for driving 30 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone.
4. George Washington is the only other American to have had his birthday observed as a national holiday.
In 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill that created a federal holiday to honor King. The holiday, first commemorated in 1986, is celebrated on the third Monday in January, close to King’s January 15 birthday.
Don’t wait to get your hands on this new treasure! Bring home our latest additions for the little pirate in your life, so they can enjoy the Gasparilla festivities too! You can buy both books here and get $5 off, or purchase each book separately below.
Get your copy of Gasparilla: A Pirate’s Tale today!
While you’re at it, you won’t want to miss out on the gem that is the Gasparilla: Coloring & Activity Book!