Launch date: 1st July 2021
The first editions of this title are being launched to coincide with National Solitary Bee Week in the UK, an initiative run by the University of Exeter and the Green & Blue Foundation to raise awareness of these wonderful little animals.
Synopsis: Patch is living inside a wall when some humans knock it down to make way for a garden party.
Alone in the garden, Patch sets out to discover what kind of insect she is and join their colony. But what exactly is Patch? Is she a honeybee? A wasp? A fly?
Join Patch as she meets her insect neighbours and learn a bit about solitary bees along the way.
This book also contains a guide to some of the world’s solitary bees and how you can help to look after them at home. Just perfect for confident readers.
Illustrations: Katie Khan lives in Louisville, Kentucky (US), with her husband, Tim. She studied Art at Hillsdale College, and has previously illustrated Casey at the Bat and A Children's Anthology of Poems and Lullabies, both for Memoria Press.
Availability: Patch the Solitary Bee is appearing in paperback, Kindle and audiobook worldwide. It will be available online and in selected bookstores.
Launch date: 6th December 2013
Summary: Dive into 30 long-form interviews from the minds behind some of the UK’s most successful enterprises, including: Superdry, Time Out, Lastminute.com, Gocompare.com, Wallace & Gromit, Lotus, Channel 4, Iceland, WPP, Mamma Mia! and Red Bull Racing.
In a series of long-form discussions, the interviewees tell the story behind their success. From childhood ambitions to early career development and beyond, the interviews take an in-depth look at their approach to business, their sources of motivation, the trials and tribulations they went through and any advice they may have for those that want to follow in their footsteps.
The contributors have provided detailed accounts of how they got started within their particular industry. They come from many walks of life, including business, politics, sport, the military, diplomacy, film, television and journalism. So whether you are looking for inspiration for your own business or help within your workplace, there is a wealth of knowledge to be exploited within the pages of this book.
All net proceeds from this book will be donated to The Prince’s Trust. The Prince’s Trust helps the UK’s most disadvantaged young people change their lives by getting them back into education, training or employment. The total donation is estimated to be £5,000. The Prince’s Trust is a charity registered in England & Wales (1079675) and Scotland (SC041198).
Availability: Since 2013, How Did They Do It? has been available on Amazon in paperback and ebook formats.