Join us in celebrating UNESCO’s World Book and Copyright Day 2014

Dear Sir / Madam,

Books are our allies in spreading education, science, culture and information worldwide.

This month, Cambridge Scholars Publishing invites you to join us in celebrating ‘World Book and Copyright Day’ on 23rd April. UNESCO Member States around the world will be celebrating the power of books, providing an opportunity to reflect together on ways to better disseminate and access the culture of the written word. The 23rd April also marks the anniversary of the birth or death of a range of well-known writers, among them William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, and Vladimir Nabokov. We are offering our readers 50% discount on our best-selling titles related to their works. Click here to read more.

In our commitment to increasing the dissemination of our authors’ works, we are delighted to announce a new partnership between Cambridge Scholars and ISD, the scholarly and specialist book distributor based in the USA. For more information, please click here.

Our April discount campaigns, with a time-limited discount of up to 60%, include:

Book of the Month – this month’s must-read is Shamsad Mortuza’s ‘The Figure of the Shaman in Contemporary British Poetry.’ Deemed “brave and erudite, the first of its kind”, we are offering 60% discount. Please click here to find out more.

The Editorial Panel’s ‘Recommended Reads’ – our in-house Editorial Panel have selected their pick of our best-selling and critically acclaimed titles, at 50% discount. With a focus this month on Literature and Cultural Studies, please click here to view the selection.

New Releases – be the first to know about our new and noteworthy titles. Our Editors have hand-picked 6 titles that are generating a buzz, spanning the following subjects: History, Language & Literature, Fine Arts, Political Science, Social Sciences, and Women’s Studies. Best of all, these are reduced up to 50%. Please click on our homepage to view the selection.

Happy reading!

Christine von Gall

Deputy Editor

Cambridge Scholars Publishing

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