In the wake of Fidel Castro's death, coupled with the restoration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, interest in the country has spiked. We've curated a selection of our books on Cuba's revolution, culture, and daily life for both those planning to visit as well as those wanting to learn more about the … Continue reading Cuba: A Reading List
There's been a lot of buzz about UPF books in the last couple of months! As the leaves start changing (in places other than Florida), join us in starting off the fall season with highlights from some of our favorite reviews from August and September. Gail Saunders presented a copy of her book, Race and Class in … Continue reading September Review Roundup
Read highlights from some of the best reviews we received in July! . Jon L. Mills's recent book, Privacy in the New Media Age, was reviewed in the Florida Bar Journal. They praised the book as "a thought provoking exposition of the common law’s struggle to adapt in an environment of rapid technological change." CHOICE said the book "weaves stories of … Continue reading July Review Roundup
Below are highlights from just some of the many reviews our books received throughout May! . Deemed "the book any self-respecting mini-golf fan has to read next" by Golf Digest, Tim Hollis's The Minibook of Minigolf is "a delightful and nostalgic journey through the often wacky world of miniature golf." . . . . Saving Florida by Leslie Kemp … Continue reading May Review Roundup
NOW IN PAPERBACK "If you are reading any other book on Cuba right now, close it... The most informative, accurate, insightful, detailed account available on 21st century Cuba… This book is based on solid sources, first hand investigation, 'behind the scenes' access, and an understanding of Cuba and Cubans that is very, very rare."—Havana Times … Continue reading Cuban Revelations
Throughout the past year, our authors have received due recognition for their labors of love. Below, we celebrate a year of reviews in top publications across the country for our wide ranging collection of titles, from cookbooks and history to photography and sports. Take a look at why these books have caught the attention of some … Continue reading 2014 Review Recap: Celebrating the Year’s Outstanding Books
Follow the adventures of our expert authors and find some great book recommendations here in our June Review Roundup! We're excited to present highlights from this past month's news and reviews. Fútbol!: Why Soccer Matters in Latin America by Joshua H. Nadel Are you loving the World Cup? Find out how Brazil perfected the game that began as an English invention—and, in turn, … Continue reading June Review Roundup: Soccer, Speeches, Sightseeing!
We hope you enjoy these highlights from reviews our books received last month. You’ll also catch a few glimpses of what our authors have been up to lately. Take a look! In a recent Tampa Bay Times op-ed, Brandon Haught looks at science education in Florida’s private schools. Haught is the author of the … Continue reading March 2014 Review Roundup: UPF Books in the News!
We're proud to present some highlights from February reviews of UPF books. The first three are brand new books, and will be published in April. We can't wait! Take a sneak peek here: Long Key: Flagler’s Island Getaway for the Rich and Famous by Thomas Neil Knowles “Knowles’ slender work on this forgotten little resort … Continue reading Monthly Review Roundup: February 2014
From Miami to Chile to the moon, the authors of these 2013 UPF books have traveled far and their books showcase a wealth of histories and experiences. Throughout the last twelve months, these books have set out on journeys of their own to reach readers across the world. Take a look at where they’ve been over … Continue reading 2013 Review Recap: Celebrating a Great Year with Outstanding Books