Subject: Great Indie & Small Press Books in Your Library Sept 24-30

Dear Friend,

Below are this week's recommendations of best-selling and award-winning indie & small press books.
LibraryBub Books Sept 24-30
The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte
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Ruth Hull Chatlien

Imagine a heroine as beautiful and headstrong as Scarlett O’Hara, but with one important difference. Betsy Patterson was a real person, and The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte tells the story of her tumultuous life. As a young woman in Baltimore, Betsy yearned for the culture and nobility of Europe. When she married Jerome Bonaparte, she thought her dream had come true—until Emperor Napoleon declared that he had other plans for his youngest brother 

2014 Readers' Favorite gold medal winner.

Category: Historical/Biographical


he & She
by Wayne Clark

This 2014 Readers' Favorite silver medal winner unveils the story of a man mired in midlife crisis on a last-ditch attempt to feel truly alive. Stumbling upon a web picture of an intriguing woman he suddenly hears cell doors sliding open. Although it is her image that first transfixes him, his eye afterwards chances on a handful of words on the Internet page. She is a dominatrix. Is this what he was looking for? He would find out even if it killed him. 100 reviews make this book impossible to ignore.

Category: Psychological/Romance
Nickerbacher, The Funniest Dragon
by Terry John Barto

"Nickerbacher, The Funniest Dragon" is the winner of the Purple Dragonfly Book Award, National Parenting Publications Award, Family Review Center Gold Award. It's also a Beverly Hills Book Awards finalist and National Indie Excellence Awards finalist.

Forcing children to laugh out loud, Nicherbacher encourages kids to be themselves and follow their dreams.

Category: Children's Book

We trust that your readers will enjoy our hand-picked selection.

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Alinka Rutkowska
CEO, LibraryBub