Chelsea Green News Archive


End of Summer Sale!

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

We’re having our end of summer sale to make room for our forthcoming fall releases!

We’re offering four chances to save big—up to 75% off—on some of our new and bestselling books, as well as old favorites.

We have some amazing deals on select titles:

Then everything else is 25% off with the discount code SUMMER at checkout. But hurry it is only while supplies last!

As always, we offer FREE shipping on orders of more than $100.

Happy reading from your budget-conscious friends at Chelsea Green Publishing


Sale runs through September 7th. Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). International orders can be placed by phone (802-295-6300) or email.


Deepest Discounts: $4.99 Bargain Books
Cooking Close to Home
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $4.99
Sippewissett
Retail: $22.50
Sale: $4.99
Walking on Water
Retail: $15.00
Sale: $4.99
Organic Dairy Production
Retail: $12.95
Sale: $4.99
All Books 25% off with discount code SUMMER
Integrated Forest Gardening
Retail: $45.00
Sale: $33.75
Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $30.00
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
The Art of Fermentation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
The Heal Your Gut Cookbook
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
The Wild Wisdom of Weeds
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
Farming the Woods
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
Deeper Discounts: 50% off Books
Wild Fermentation
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $12.50
Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $12.50
Rebuilding the Foodshed
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $9.98
The Small-Scale Poultry Flock
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $19.98
Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $20.00
Market Farming Success, Revised and Expanded Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $14.98
The Holistic Orchard
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $19.98
The Man Who Planted Trees
Retail: $22.50
Sale: $11.25
Deepest Discounts: 75% off Books
A Sanctuary of Trees
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $4.99
Home Baked
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $9.99
Composting
Retail: $7.95
Sale: $1.99
Up Tunket Road
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $4.49

Gardening  Food  Simple Living  Renewable Energy
Nature and Environment Green Building Business Science

Sale runs through September 7th. Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). International orders can be placed by phone (802-295-6300) or email.

Chelsea Green Author Receives National Medal of Arts Award

Friday, August 15th, 2014

In a recent ceremony at the White House, president Barack Obama presented the National Medal of Arts to novelist, poet, essayist, and Chelsea Green author Julia Alvarez.

Currently a writer-in-residence at Middlebury College, Alvarez is a highly successful author in multiple different genres, including poetry (Homecoming, The Other Side/El Otro Lado), novels (How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accent, In the Time of Butterflies), nonfiction (Something to Declare, Once Upon A Quinceanera: Coming of Age in the USA), and books for young adults (How Tia Lola Came to Visit/Stay, Finding Miracles, and Return to Sender). Her work grapples with themes of heritage, familial dynamics, and the navigation of cultural differences.

The marriage of her activism and her prosaic prowess is perhaps most evident in her book A Cafecito Story, published by Chelsea Green in 2002. This eco-fable is based on her experience founding and cultivating Alta Gracia, a sustainable coffee farm and literacy center in the Dominican Republic. Alvarez writes about the rejuvenating power and cultural significance of reclaiming this coffee farm and returning it to traditional growing methods.

This book is not only a beautifully crafted story, it’s a reminder that fair trade, sustainable agriculture has the potential to positively impact hundreds of thousands of real lives.

Congratulations Ms. Alvarez on this prestigious award!

 

Summer Savings: Everything on Sale!

Monday, August 11th, 2014

In celebration of sunny days, afternoons in the garden, and curling up to a book in the sun, we are putting all our books on sale!

We’re offering four chances to save big—up to 75% off—on some of our new and bestselling books, as well as old favorites.

 Browse amazing deals on select titles:

Then everything else is 25% off with the discount code SUMMER at checkout. But hurry it is only while supplies last!

As always, we offer FREE shipping on orders of more than $100.

Happy reading from your budget-conscious friends at Chelsea Green Publishing.


Sale runs through September 7th. Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). International orders can be placed by phone (802-295-6300) or email.

All Books 25% off with discount code SUMMER
Integrated Forest Gardening
Retail: $45.00
Sale: $33.75
The Gourmet Butcher's Guide to Meat (with CD)
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $37.46
The Wild Wisdom of Weeds
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
The Art of Fermentation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
Edible Forest Gardens (2 volume set)
Retail: $150.00
Sale: $112.50
The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $30.00
From Asparagus to Zucchini
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $14.95
Deep Discounts: 50% off Books
Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $12.50
Wild Fermentation
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $12.50
Gaia's Garden, 2nd Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $14.98
The Resilient Gardener
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $14.98
Four-Season Harvest
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $12.48
Whole Foods Companion
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $20.00
The Organic Grain Grower
Retail: $45.00
Sale: $22.50
The Small-Scale Poultry Flock
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $19.98
Deeper Discounts: 75% off Books
Food Not Lawns
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $6.25
Up Tunket Road
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $4.49
Home Baked
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $9.99
Composting
Retail: $7.95
Sale: $1.99
Deepest Discounts: $4.99 Bargin Books
Cooking Close to Home
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $4.99
Sippewissett
Retail: $22.50
Sale: $4.99
Sustainable Food
Retail: $7.95
Sale: $4.99
Diary of an Eco-Outlaw
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $4.99

 

Gardening  Food  Simple Living  Renewable Energy
Nature and Environment Green Building Business Science

Sale runs through September 7th. Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). International orders can be placed by phone (802-295-6300) or email.

The Elephant! Returns: “The Father of Framing” Offers Bold New Strategies

Monday, August 11th, 2014

Ten years after writing the definitive and bestselling book on political debate and messaging, George Lakoff returns with new strategies about how to frame the key political issues being debated today: climate change, inequality, immigration, education, personhood, abortion, marriage, healthcare, and more.

The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the Debate picks up where the original book left off, but delving deeper into:

  • How framing works;
  • How to frame an integrated progressive worldview covering all issues;
  • How framing your values makes facts, policies, and deep truths come alive;
  • How framing on key political issues—from taxes and spending to healthcare and gay marriage—has evolved over the past decade;
  • How to counter propaganda and slogans using positive frames;
  • How to speak to “biconceptuals”—people with elements of both progressive and conservative worldviews; and,
  • How to think about complex issues like climate and the increasing wealth gap.

This book is the essential progressive guide for the issues that define our future: climate, inequality, immigration, health care, and more. (preorder your copy today, books ship in early-mid September)

What is framing and reframing? “It is not easy or simple. It is not a matter of finding some magic words. Frames are ideas, not slogans,” writes Lakoff. Framing is about what is right, why it is right, and how to communicate what needs to be said out loud every day in public. Framing is about ideas — ideas that come before policy, ideas that make sense of facts, ideas that are proactive not reactive, positive not negative.

The Impact of the First Edition on American Political Debate

Since his publication of the original version ten years ago, Lakoff, called “the father of framing” by The New York Times, has been the go-to expert on how progressives can better engage supporters, and opponents, on important issues. He has worked with numerous progressive groups to help them articulate their goals and values to citizens, frame the political debate, understand how conservatives think, and learn how to think and talk about shared values. The original edition, for instance, turned the tides for same-sex marriage by helping progressives frame the debate in terms of love—and the freedom to marry who you love—and subsequently realign policies that have benefitted millions of people.

“Ten years ago, when we published the first edition of Don’t Think of an Elephant!, the country was living through the Bush years, progressive messaging was in tatters, and the book—written and published in a whirlwind before the 2004 elections—became an instant best seller,” recalls Margo Baldwin, president and publisher of Chelsea Green Publishing. With more than a half million copies sold in it’s lifetime, the book has remained a top-selling political classic. “Times have changed dramatically,” notes Baldwin, “and it’s time for a fresh look at framing and the issues we are facing today, and in the future.”

In this all-new book, Lakoff reveals why, after a brief stint of winning the framing wars in the 2008 elections, Democrats and progressives have returned to losing them and how they can start winning again. Lakoff urges progressives to go beyond the typical laundry list of facts, policies, and programs and present a clear moral vision to the country—one that is traditionally American and can become a guidepost for developing compassionate, effective policy that upholds citizens’ well-being and freedom.

What’s New in The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant!

In addition to the new topics listed above, Lakoff has written several new sections in this updated and expanded edition, including:

Framing 102 explains how readers can begin to provide the frames that will allow the public to automatically and effortlessly grasp complex, systemic issues like climate change, the wealth gap, and other issues that much of the public currently misunderstands. This new section delves into:

  • How journalists and other communicators can do a better job explaining systemic causation.
  • How to emphasize that private gain depends on public support.
  • How constant public discourse leads to brain change, with emphasis on how conservatives have used this to their advantage and where progressives have fallen short.

Framing for Specific Issues examines how progressives can take back public discourse on immigration, education, health care, poverty, corporate personhood, pensions and unions, discrimination (race, gender, and sexual orientation), and more.

As well, several popular sections of the original book have been updated. Such as:

  • Framing 101, the classic explanation of the mindsets through which progressives and conservatives view the world, and political issues.
  • How to Respond to Conservatives, including new information on how to speak to conservatives about unions, pensions, student debt, and other issues that have risen to the surface since the first edition.
  • What the Right Wants, Frequently Asked Questions, and What Unites Progressives have been updated as well, including discussion on how progressives have splintered during the Obama years and where to find values-based common ground.

Stay After Class & Receive Extra Credit!

For readers who’ve stayed with us this far in the blog post, we thought we’d offer you some interesting tidbits about the original Don’t Think of an Elephant!

Don’t Think of an Elephant! was Chelsea Green Publishing’s first New York Times bestseller. There have been three others since: The End of America by Naomi Wolf, Obama’s Challenge by Robert Kuttner, and The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz. The book, however, was listed in the “self-help” category rather than the political nonfiction list, which stirred up its own little controversy.

Did you know? The book takes its name from a favorite assignment that Lakoff gives his students to explain how politicians frame public debate.

The original book went from manuscript to printed book in just five weeks to capture the attention of the mid-term elections in 2004—a relatively unheard of turnaround time in the publishing world at the time (and still).

We’re Hiring! Join our Team as the Production Intern

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Chelsea Green Publishing, independent Vermont book publisher, seeks Production Intern to start September 2, 2014. This will be a paid internship for 3-4 months if full-time, potentially longer if part-time. Applicants must have attention to detail and the ability to prioritize; experience with Adobe software is a plus.

Email cover letter and résumé to Patricia Stone, [email protected] No phone calls please.

Production intern assists Production Manager in handling reprints of Chelsea Green books and provides general assistance in all aspects of editorial production from manuscript to bound book and eBooks. Working independently and in support of the Production Manager, the ideal candidate will be able to focus on details of projects in a fast-paced work environment.

Responsibilities of the Position Include:

  • Provide general production assistance (scanning, file transmission, photocopying, filing, mailing, etc.).
  • Proofread corrections to pages and revised pages.
  • Review and reconcile author and editorial changes in manuscript and page proofs.
  • Upload files to printers and e-book distributors.
  • Format/tag manuscripts for submission to typesetter.
  • Participate in weekly project schedule meetings.
  • Request reprint corrections from authors for first reprints.
  • Copyedit and proofread reprint corrections, coordinate corrections with typesetter.
  • Review reprint corrections in printer proofs.

Position details:
24 to 40 hours/week for 3 to 4 months, paid, based in White River Junction, Vermont

Position Requirements:

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, Outlook, and Acrobat Reader

About Chelsea Green Publishing:
For 30 years, Chelsea Green has been the preeminent publisher of books on the politics and practice of sustainable living, including organic gardening and agriculture, renewable energy, green building, eco-cuisine, and ethical business. We are a mission-driven, socially responsible company offering competitive salary and benefits. In 2012, we became employee-owned. We are a founding member of the Green Press Initiative and have been printing books on recycled paper since 1985, when our first list of books went on sale.

We’re Hiring! Join the Team as our Media & Publicity Intern

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Main Focus of Internship:

Communications/Media/PR

Position Description:

Since 1984, Chelsea Green has been the publishing leader for books on the politics and practice of sustainable living. We are a founding member of the Green Press Initiative and have been printing books on recycled paper since 1985, when our first list of books appeared. We lead the industry both in terms of content—foundational books on renewable energy, green building, organic agriculture, eco-cuisine, and ethical business—and in terms of environmental practice, printing 95 percent of our books on recycled paper with a minimum 30 percent post-consumer waste and aiming for 100 percent whenever possible. This approach is a perfect example of what is called a ”triple bottom line“ practice, one that benefits people, planet, and profit, and the emerging new model for sustainable business in the 21st century.

The Marketing and Publicity Intern will assist with outreach for all new Chelsea Green books, including author events, publicity outreach, and marketing research.

Tasks include:

  • Assisting with regular updating of upcoming author events and media appearances
  • Assisting with research of media and specialty sales outlets within distinct communities of interest
  • Assisting with data entry both using MS Excel as well as company databases
  • Assisting with maintaining our social media profiles
  • Assisting with writing content for our company blog
  • Taking meeting minutes
  • Assisting with publicity mailings to media, key industry VIPs

Top Three Qualifications for Intern:

  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Ability to multitask and meet deadlines

Skills, Attributes and Knowledge Desired:
The right candidate should be comfortable on the phone, using email and working in MS Word and other Microsoft Office products. A familiarity with Chelsea Green’s mission and focus on sustainable living, permaculture and environmental activism are a plus. The candidate should also be comfortable with doing computer research work, be a team player but able to work on independent-driven projects. Strong writing skills are also a plus, as well as being comfortable talking with people at events and conferences.

Additional Information/Comments:
Chelsea Green’s marketing and publicity department in Burlington is a fast-paced environment but supportive work environment. We are an employee-owned company and a pre-eminent publisher of books on sustainable living. Since 1984 we’ve held ourselves to high environmental standards and ethics and urge our competitors to do the same.

Position Details:
Start Date: September 3, 2014
Hours per week – 15-30 hours/week
Length: Fall Semester (possibly longer)
Pay: $10/hour
Location: Burlington, Vermont.

Email cover letter and résumé to Shay Totten, [email protected] No phone calls please.

DIY: Make Whole Fruit Jam

Monday, July 28th, 2014

The supply of fresh summer fruit is about to be in abundance and before you know it, apples and pumpkins will abound.

If you’re lucky and berries or stone fruits are providing a bountiful array of flavor, try this easy method of preserving them: whole fruit jam.

This recipe relies on the natural sugars in fruit to provide a balanced flavor and sweetness in this complimentary spread.  Preserve the last of your seasonal fruit simply – no added sugar and no freezing.

The following is an excerpt from Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning by the Gardeners and Farmers of Terre Vivante:

Sugar is a practical and economical method of food preservation—so much so that we tend to overindulge, and make jams that contain more sugar than fruit! When we discover that excess sugar is one of the great scourges of the modern diet, we might think it best to renounce jams completely. Besides, replacing white sugar with brown sugar is only a relative improvement. Whole or raw sugar (evaporated juice from sugar cane) would be a better substitute, but its strong flavor often masks the taste of the fruit.

The solution to this problem is twofold: avoid eating too much jam and other sugary foods, and make these foods using far less added sugar, or none at all. Knowing and applying these techniques, we can continue to preserve food properly and successfully. For example, certain jams made with very little sugar must be refrigerated once opened, preferably in small jars, to prevent premature spoilage. For those recipes that require sugar, we will use either brown or whole sugar. Other recipes are “sugar-free,” or use honey instead.

Note that the term “sugar-free jam” in essence is a contradiction in terms, since by definition, sugar is the preservative agent in jams. To be more precise, we should discuss “jams with no added sugar.” In reality, jam already contains sugar: both glucose and fructose, which naturally occur in all fruit.

Jams with no added sugar were not invented by health-food advocates wanting to reduce their sugar consumption. These preserves are an old tradition dating back to a time when sugar was scarce and expensive (or even nonexistent). Three classic examples, and the most commonly known jams of this type, are pommé (apple jelly), poiré (pear jelly), and raisiné (grape jelly). The first two have been made for centuries in certain regions of northern Europe, particularly Belgium and Germany, whereas the raisiné is a tradition of Périgord in southwestern France. Carob “honey” is a similar preserve that is found in the Middle East, Galilee (recipe follows in this chapter). All these preserves share this common feature: They are made from the juice only, and not from the whole fruit. Thus, they are jellies or thick syrups, rather than jams. Their preparation is based on this simple principle: Prolonged cooking evaporates enough water to concentrate enough of the naturally occurring sugars for preservation to take place. Jams from whole fruit can also be prepared by following the same principle. In general, after pouring hot jam or jelly into a jar and sealing it, turn the jar upside down. This will sterilize any air remaining in the jar and ensure preservation. It’s also a good idea to store the jars upside down.

Whole Fruit Jam
Very ripe fruit (any type)
A preserving pan or large saucepan
Canning jars and lids

This method is good for all types of fruit, including grapes, greengage plums, and so on. Use fruit that is very ripe; simply cut and crush it roughly. Bring the fruit to a boil; then cook it over very low heat for a very long time.

It is impossible to recommend a precise cooking time, since this depends on the type of fruit used, and its ripeness and water content, both of which vary from one year to the next. In any case, you should allow as much water as possible to evaporate. Stir often, because certain fruits have a tendency to stick during cooking. The jam is ready when it does not run off of the spoons but forms a bead that sticks to the spoon. At this stage pour the jam into scalded screw-top jars. It will keep for at least two years.

Do you like us? Join our Online Community

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Are you part of Chelsea Green’s growing online community?

We love sharing inspirational projects that will benefit your home, community and the planet. You can find recipesDIY projectsfood and gardening tips and be the first to learn about exclusive offersgiveawaysnew releases and more!

And now, you can follow us on Pinterest. We’ll share everything from backyard projects to homesteading basics, as well as staff favorites and so much more.

Share and Win with #mychelseagreen
We also have a new way for you to connect and share with our vibrant online community of doers and makers. If you have a project inspired by a Chelsea Green book, share the project, the name of the book(s) and author(s) and use #mychelseagreen on any of our social media channels. Throughout the year we’ll pick random winners using the #mychelseagreen hashtag to receive special gifts from Chelsea Green in honor of our 30th anniversary.

Join the 30,000+ like-minded readers who already “like” us on Facebook, or the 20,000+ who follow us on Twitter, or the close to 75,000 who receive our e-newsletter. You’ll be inspired, learn and be part of a diverse community that is dedicated to living more sustainably and caring for our planet. From your sharing friends at Chelsea Green Publishing.

25% off Essential Books for Homesteaders

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

In this age of rapid change, how can we best adapt to sustain our food systems and regenerate our land?

Drawing from time-tested holistic techniques our authors show homesteaders, farmers and growers of all sizes how to remain resilient.

Whether you grow veggies and herbs on your balcony, intensively garden a half-acre on your homestead, or make a living off the land, we’ve got a book (or two) for you. Now through July 31st SAVE 25% on books for your homestead or small farm. 

Our books and authors never skim the surface – they think in systems and farm holistically, applying the wisdom of letting nature do the heavy lifting and giving the skills to empower you.

We hope you’re having a busy and abundant growing season!

Happy reading from the folks at Chelsea Green Publishing

P.S. Don’t forget to look at our full list of sale books here: www.chelseagreen.com/bookstore/sale


Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). International orders can be placed by phone (802-295-6300) or email.


Homesteading Books: 25% off until July 31st 

The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $30.00
Keeping a Family Cow
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $14.96
The Resilient Gardener
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
The New Cider Maker's Handbook
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $33.71
From the Wood-Fired Oven
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $33.71
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
The Gourmet Butcher's Guide to Meat
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $37.46
The Small-Scale Dairy
Retail: $34.95
Sale: $26.21
The Small-Scale Poultry Flock
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $30.00
The New Horse-Powered Farm
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
The New Organic Grower
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $18.71
The Holistic Orchard
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
Market Farming Success, Revised and Expanded Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
Raising Dough
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $14.96
Farms with a Future
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
You Can Farm
Retail: $35.00
Sale: $26.25
The Organic Seed Grower
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $37.46
The Grafter's Handbook
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $30.00
The Winter Harvest Handbook
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
The Organic Grain Grower
Retail: $45.00
Sale: $33.75
Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond Vol. 1
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
Compact Living
Retail: $14.95
Sale: $11.21
The Moneyless Manifesto
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $18.71
The Log Book
Retail: $12.95
Sale: $9.71
Farm-Fresh and Fast
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $18.71
Seed to Seed
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $18.71
Organic Seed Production and Saving
Retail: $12.95
Sale: $9.71
Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $22.46
Holistic Orcharding with Michael Phillips
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $37.46
Preserving with Friends
Retail: $34.95
Sale: $26.21
Natural Beekeeping with Ross Conrad
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $18.71
Year-Round Vegetable Production with Eliot Coleman: DVD
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96

~~ Coming Soon: Available for Pre-Order ~~

Integrated Forest Gardening
Retail: $45.00
Sale: $33.75
Farming The Woods
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.96
Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $29.95

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End of Summer Sale: $4.99 Bargain Books

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

We’re having our end of summer sale to make room for our forthcoming fall releases! We’re offering four chances to save big—up to 75% off—on some of our new and bestselling books, as well as old favorites.

All of our New & Bestselling titles are 25% off with the discount code SUMMER at checkout. Then, we have some amazing deals on select titles: Deep discounts at 50% off , Deeper discounts at 75% off  and Deepest discounts with $4.99 bargain books.

All titles below are on sale for $4.99

You can see more discounts for our 50% off sale books here, and 75% off sale books here. All our regularly priced titles are 25% off with the discount code SUMMER at checkout. And, as always, shipping is free on orders more than $100.


Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example.
Free shipping (For US Orders Only) for orders $100 or more is applied after discount, if any, is applied.
Sale runs through September 7th.

Deepest Discounts: $4.99 Books


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Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example.
Free shipping (For US Orders Only) for orders $100 or more is applied after discount, if any, is applied. Sale runs through September 7th


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