New from Hermes House Press:
by Teresa Glass Connaker
Minnesota author and occupational therapist, Teresa Glass Connaker (Teresa Glass), had the privilege of living in Bolivia for seven years, working together with a very engaged and supportive community to create a community-based rehabilitation program for children with disabilities. Community-based Rehabilitation in the Bolivian Amazon chronicles that journey while serving as a reference and a medium to provide tools and useful information for the development of community-based rehabilitation programs. A true labor of love… read more…
Take an extraordinary journey through India with remarkable youth who have come from hidden villages of the Himalayas, from the backwaters of the jungles, across the sands of the desert and from the heart of the booming metropolises.With illuminating paintings and candid essays, they passionately reveal—in past and present—an intimate portrait of the place they call home.
Hermes House Press encourages you to spread the work! Share the free digital version of India Self Portrait with friends, colleagues and family members. In addition to presenting a unique perspective of our planet’s largest democracy, we hope this book finds its way into the hands of those who created it. We welcome and look forward to updates, all of which will significantly contribute to this historic account documenting the evolution of India.
Written by Rico Vanvenutti and illustrated by Diane Waybright, Imagine If Thoughts Were Balloons offers children (and thinkers of all ages) a new approach to letting go of—and holding on to—thoughts. Order the book here.
by Julie R. Dargis
Borderland: An Exploration of States of Consciousness in New and Selected Sonnets. Written by Julie R. Dargis, who spent many years working internationally supporting refugees and local communities affected by war and natural disasters, Borderland connects readers to an integral view of the world as each poem and sonnet considers how nature, warfare and science collide to create our individual and collective realities.
LIFE LOOKING BACK
Coming soon! A photographic account of life before the digital era made possible by…the digital era.