Triumph Books

Triumph Books

From its inception in 1989, Triumph Books has built and sustained a solid reputation for quality and innovation in sports publishing. In addition to working with some of the most celebrated coaches and athletes in the world, Triumph Books, as publisher of the leagues, has also published oral and team histories, pictorials, and rule books for every major sports league over the years, including the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA, USGA, USTA, the PGA Tour, and the U.S. Soccer Federation. Such relationships have helped to make Triumph the trusted leader in sports publishing.

Triumph has brought its signature stamp of excellence to a wide range of genres of publishing, including fiction, cooking, gardening, reference and puzzle books, as well as museum-quality coffee-table books on world figures. In addition, Triumph has partnered with some of the most respected newspapers in the country to create one-of-a-kind books.

Imprint: Triumph Entertainment has published dozens of titles on the most popular musicians and singers, as well as anime, special anniversaries, and general entertainment-everything from Britney Spears and Justin Bieber to the Osbournes and the Beatles.

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100 Days
100 Days (2 Formats) ›
By Mimsy Hale
Trade Paper Price 16.99

Trade Paper, EPUB

Published Apr 2015

Jake and Aiden have been best friends--and nothing more--since the age of six. Now college graduates, they take a road trip around the USA, visiting every state in 100 days.As they start their cross-country odyssey, Jake and Aiden think they have their journey and their futures mapped out. But the road has a funny way of changing course.Fifty states. Two boys. One love story.
101 Kid-Friendly Plants
101 Kid-Friendly Plants ›
By Cindy Krezel
Price 19.95

Trade Paper

Published Apr 2008

Families looking to enrich their green thumbs while beautifying their homes will enjoy this comprehensive guide to indoor and outdoor gardening using nontoxic flowers, vegetables, trees, and houseplants. Sorted by type—plants from seed, bulbs, annuals, perennials, fruiting trees, and sensory plants—each plant is thoroughly explained and easy to identify using color photographs. Details such as the flora’s preferred habit and why a particular plant is good for kids are included along with suggestions for use in the garden. Seventeen gardening projects illustrate a variety of creative and fun ways for children and parents to plant together, including butterfly gardens, herb pots, hanging baskets, rock gardens, and cutting gardens.
25 Things to Do When Grandpa Passes Away, Mom and Dad Get Divorced, or the Dog Dies
25 Things to Do When Grandpa Passes Away, Mom and Dad Get Divorced, or the Dog Dies ›
By Laurie Kanyer, Illustrated by Jenny Williams
Price 13.95

Trade Paper

Published Jan 2004

Two basic facts serve as the foundation for this vital resource: children grieve many different losses, not just life-changing ones like death and divorce, and they need a variety of ways to express their grief. This informative book combines a description of the grieving process with directions for activities—from the traditional, such as ceremonies or letter writing, to those that allow kids to physically act out their grief—that help bereaved children. Trained counselor Laurie Kanyer explains the value of each activity so that parents and caregivers can select appropriate projects based on the child’s age, loss, and stage in the grieving process. She also discusses how learning about grief prepares children for new relationships to accept losses later in life.

365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do What You Want
365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do What You Want ›
By Elizabeth Crary, Illustrated by Dave Garbot
Price 13.95

Trade Paper

Published Jan 1995

Profusely illustrated and eminently accessible, this indispensable manual provides hundreds of practical#&8212;and occasionally unorthodox#&8212;ideas to help parents cope with#&160; developmental issues such as throwing food and always saying no, safety conflicts such as running in the parking lot, and interpersonal issues such as teasing siblings and refusing to share toys. A final section also includes advice for parents who have reached the end of their rope and have become angry or frustrated.

98% Funky Stuff
98% Funky Stuff (4 Formats) ›
By Maceo Parker
Trade Paper Price 15.99

Trade Paper, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

Published May 2016

Revealing the warm and astonishing story of an influential jazz legend, this personal narrative tells the story of a man’s journey from a Southern upbringing to a career touring the world to play for adoring fans. It tells how James Brown first discovered the Parker brothers—Melvin, the drummer, and Maceo on sax—in a band at a small North Carolina nightclub in 1963. Brown hired them both, but it was Maceo’s signature style that helped define Brown’s brand of funk, and the phrase “Maceo, I want you to blow!” became part of the lexicon of black music. A riveting story of musical education with frank and revelatory insights about George Clinton and others, this definitive autobiography arrives just in time to celebrate the 70th birthday of the author—one of the funkiest musicians alive—and will be enjoyed by jazz and funk aficionados alike.

A Beginner's Guide to 3D Printing
A Beginner's Guide to 3D Printing (4 Formats) ›
By Mike Rigsby
Trade Paper Price 17.95

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Published Oct 2014

A Beginner's Guide to 3D Printing is the perfect resource for those who would like to experiment with 3D design and manufacturing, but have little or no technical experience with the standard software. Author Mike Rigsby leads readers step-by-step through 15 simple toy projects, each illustrated with screen caps of Autodesk 123D Design, the most common free 3D software available. The projects are later described using Sketchup, another free popular software package. Beginning with basics projects that will take longer to print than design, readers are then given instruction on more advanced toys, including a baking-powder submarine, a train with expandable track, a multipiece airplane, a rubber band-powered car, and a noise-making push toy with froggy eyes. Once trained in the basics of computer-aided design, readers will be able to embark on even more elaborate projects of their own creation.

A Bigger Field Awaits Us
A Bigger Field Awaits Us (4 Formats) ›
By Andrew Beaujon
Cloth Price 26.99

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Published May 2018

A captivating and poignant tale, this is the little-known story of a group of Scottish athletes and their fans who went to war together—and what happened to the few who made it home. The saga of McCrae’s Battalion brings much-needed human scale to World War I and explains why a group of young men from a small country with almost no direct connection to the conflict would end up sacrificing their careers, their homes, their health, and in many cases their lives to an abstract cause.
A Bone and a Hank of Hair
A Bone and a Hank of Hair (2 Formats) ›
By Leo Bruce
Trade Paper Price 14.99

Trade Paper, Mobipocket

Published Sep 2019

Carolus Deene, history master at Queen's School, Newminster, manages on the side to dabble in the art of gentlemanly detective work. In Leo Bruce's beloved A Bone and a Hank of Hair, Deene is approached by Mrs. Chalk, who is convinced her heiress cousin has been murdered. The suspect is, of course, Mr. Rathbone, the lady's wily widower. On the way to the truth, Deene encounters a host of friendly characters and oafish constabulary, leading readers in a delightful romp through the English landscape. 
 
A Cherokee Feast of Days
A Cherokee Feast of Days ›
By Joyce Sequichie Hifler

Cloth

Published Jul 2016

The tenets of Native American wisdom applied to everyday life in a contemplative and essential approach Joyce Sequichie Hifler offers this beloved collection of daily meditation books drawn from her own rich Cherokee heritage and that of other tribes. She presents readings for each day of the year from Una la ta nee', the cold month January, to U Ski' Ya, the snow month of December. Each reading provides insights in both English and Cherokee, and gems of wisdom recorded in the words of native speakers. This little treasure is for readers of all faiths, and for those seeking faith.
A Child of the Jago
A Child of the Jago (4 Formats) ›
By Arthur Morrison
Trade Paper Price 15.95

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Published Aug 2005

This novel, first published in 1896, is the story of Dick Perrot, born and bred in the Jago; but it is also a brilliant portrait of the community. The Jago is a London slum where crime and violence are the only way of life, and from which there is no escape for the inhabitants. Only the characters themselves are fictional: Morrison's descriptions of the fearful physical conditions are based directly on what he saw. He conjures up an extraordinarily vivid picture of a world which, even as he wrote, was about to vanish in one of the first of the slum clearance schemes.
A Circle of Prayer
A Circle of Prayer ›
By Holly Bridges

Trade Paper

Published May 1997

People in a prayer circle may live next door, or they may live thousands of miles apart, but when they pray together they form a soulful connection that defies distance. They may be Christians, Jews, Buddhists, they may pray for peace, health, and well-being, for friends and for complete strangers; they may have come together through a crisis, a life-change, an illness, a new relationship, but they come together to support each other through prayer. This book of true stories examines the power of collective praying, and how it can transform forever the lives of those bound together in the common experience of meditation or praying.
A Different Kind of Brave
A Different Kind of Brave (3 Formats) ›
By Lee Wind

Trade Paper, PDF, EPUB

Estimated Release Date Mar 2024

Nicolas “Nico” Hall is sixteen when he escapes from Dr. H’s religious gay reprogramming institute in California. On his own, he assumes one identity after another to avoid recapture as he flees south to Peru and then to Mexico.
 
Seven days older than Nico, Samuel “Sam” Jonas Solomon is a privileged Upper West Side only child who idolizes James Bond. When his heart is broken, he vows that, like Bond, he’s never going to trust in love again. Then he meets Nico, and his heart won’t listen to any logic.
 
Nico’s survived by living only for himself—until his love for Sam has him risking his freedom for others. And as much as Sam wants to be like 007, he discovers that James Bond is a terrible role model.
 
Together, Nico and Sam set out to free the other teens trapped in Dr. H’s Institute, plunging readers into perils, drama, and a long-shot chance at love. To succeed, they’ll both have to be A Different Kind of Brave.
A Dirty Year
A Dirty Year (4 Formats) ›
By Bill Greer
Cloth Price 28.99

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Published Apr 2020

New York, 1872, was a city convulsing with social upheaval and sexual revolution seven years after the Civil War. As the year began, the New York Times headlined four stories that symptomized the decay in public morals the editors so frequently decried: financier Jim Fisk was gunned down in a love triangle; suffragist and free love advocate Victoria Woodhull was running for president; vice hunter Anthony Comstock battled smut dealers poisoning children's minds; and abortionists were thriving—and killing. Through the year these stories intertwined in ways unimaginable, pulling in others famous and infamous—suffragists Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Brooklyn's beloved preacher Henry Ward Beecher, the nation's richest tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt, and William Howe, preeminent counsel to the criminal element. Through the lives of these larger-than-life characters, the issues of the day played out—rigged elections, everyday shootings, attacks on the press, sexual impropriety, reproductive rights, the chasm between rich and poor—issues that resonate today. Political parties split over a bitterly contested election, suffragist battled suffragist over bettering women's place in society, and pious saints fought soulless sinners, until at year-end this jumble of conflicts exploded in the greatest sensation of the nineteenth century.
A Dog's Best Friend
A Dog's Best Friend (4 Formats) ›
By Lisa Peacock, Foreword by John Caruso
Trade Paper Price 12.95

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Published Aug 1999

Owning a pet can teach a child responsibility, patience, confidence, and the satisfaction of a job well done—and best of all, it’s fun! Over 60 inventive activities and crafts such as Can Do Canine Show and Dog Day Story teach kids about taking care of their pooch pal while promoting a long-lasting relationship. Games such as musical chairs, burying bones together, and throwing a frisbee and flyball; fun things to make such as a rag rug, a pooch pillow, and a puppy bed; and yummy treats to cook such as crunchy dog biscuits and a dog food cake get kids involved with taking care of their dog’s needs while teaching healthy care-giving techniques and fostering a deep friendship. In addition, A Dog’s Best Friend includes information about dog obedience training; a reading list of children’s animal books; listings of Web sites, pet-care resources, and animal organizations and events; and amusing trivia for dog lovers.
A Dreadful Fairy Book
A Dreadful Fairy Book (3 Formats) ›
By Jon Etter, Contributions by Quentin Q. Quacksworth
Cloth Price 16.99

Cloth, Trade Paper, EPUB

Published Nov 2018

Readers, beware: what you hold in your hands is a dreadful fairy book.

I wish I were narrating almost any other fairy story, but alas, this is my lot. Whatever expectations you have of delightful and whimsical fairies are sure to be disappointed. There are certainly fairies, but most are not proper fairies. Some who are supposed to be nasty are disappointingly nice, while some who should be kind and helpful are disconcertingly surly, dishonest, and generally unpleasant company.

Our heroine is, perhaps, the worst offender—a sprite more interested in books than carefree games, who insists on being called Shade. She is on a quest, albeit with rather questionable companions, to find a place her outré self can call home. A place of companionship, comfort, and, most importantly, positively filled with books.