Three New Garn Press Books Help Us Understand The Times In Which We Live

This fall Garn Press is publishing three new books, which address some of the most critical issues of our times. Stayed tuned for the Garn Press Catalogue launching this week.

Split Second Solution by Denny Taylor

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Jack Manus wrote before November 8, “Denny Taylor’s futuristic urban fantasy, Split Second Solution, supposes a very different world, albeit less than a decade away, but one that’s all too frighteningly plausible considering today’s culture … Split Second Solution challenges your imagination and makes you see the world and its potential in an entirely different light.”

In the aftermath of the Presidential Election Split Second Solution has become frighteningly real, a harbinger of the changes taking place in the U.S., and at Garn we anticipate the novel becoming a fictional lightening rod for conversations about the real life circumstances that are too terrifying to contemplate. Learn more and purchase. Visit the Split Second Solution book hub.

Split Second Solution

Book: Split Second Solution
Author: Denny Taylor
Hardcover: 978-1-942146-46-9
Paperback: 978-1-942146-45-2
eBook: 978-1-942146-44-5 
Hardcover $27.95 – coming soon!
Paperback: $17.95 – Amazon | Barnes & Noble
eBook: $9.99 and $2.99 through Amazon Kindle Matchbook – Amazon

 

First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk by Steve Nelson

First Do No Harm: Progressive Education In A Time Of Existential Risk

Matt Damon, in the introduction to First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk by Steve Nelson, writes “Things have gone very wrong in education in recent years. Many of us know this, but few of us really understand what has happened and why. But Steve Nelson does. And in this book, he helps us understand education in a way that deepens our awareness of the profound impact education has on children’s lives and the society and world we live in.”

In First Do No Harm, Steve Nelson develops a comprehensive argument for the importance of progressive education in light of the world’s increasingly severe challenges. Learn more. Visit the First Do No Harm book hub.

First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk

Book: First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk
Author: Steve Nelson
Paperback: 978-1-942146-47-6
Hardcover: 978-1-942146-48-3
eBook: 978-1-942146-49-0
Hardcover: $24.95 – coming soon!
Paperback: $17.95 -coming soon!
Ebook: $9.99 and $2.99 US for the Kindle Matchbook Program (coming soon) – coming soon!

 

Every Least Sparrow by Carolyn Walker

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Raoul Hennekam, Professor of Pediatrics and Translational Genetics writes in the preface of Every Least Sparrow by Carolyn Walker, “There you are. A doctor has just told you your child has a syndrome. A syndrome: even just that word, it sounds already ominous. In fact you know only of Down syndrome. But Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome? . . .The shock, the disbelief,  the uncertainties, the anxieties. But also the unexpected joys, the warmth and care of people of whom you hadn’t expected it, the laughter, the love. The book is written in a marvelous style, and is open, in every sense of the word. The book teaches you also how to look into the world through the eyes of someone with the syndrome, and you will read it is usually a beautiful world.”

At a time when so many in human societies have become increasingly vulnerable, Every Least Sparrow is a literary triumph, written by Carolyn Walker about her daughter Jennifer’s extraordinary life, which is challenged by Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome. Visit the Every Least Sparrow book hub.

Every Least Sparrow

Book: Every Least Sparrow
Author: Carolyn Walker
Paperback: 978-1-942146-50-6
Hardcover: 978-1-942146-51-3
eBook: 978-1-942146-52-0
Paperback: $17.95 – December, 2016
Hardcover: $24.95 – December, 2016
Ebook: $9.99 and $2.99 US for the Kindle Matchbook Program – December, 2016

 

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