You want to brand yourself or position the organisation you lead in the market space. Consider commissioning a book. Increasingly, corporate, government and non-profit organisations are embracing the “concept of book” to advance their causes. Even entrepreneurs and SMEs are employing the “book platform” to highlight their credentials and bolster their brand names. We’ll help you create the book that represents your agenda.

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Art. Lifestyle. Environment
This is a book about the unique and intuitive process of creating an art collection. It chronicles a three-year journey – from the genesis of vision to the reality – of conceptualising and commissioning a rich collection. Over 700 original two- and three- dimensional abstract and contemporary artworks, 90 percent of them specifically commissioned for spaces where they have been installed, are by established and emerging artists from Greater Asia. Art. Lifestyle. Environment bears testament of the daring endeavour of The Farrer Park Company to present the possibility of how art can infuse style and life into a space. Walk through the unique, luxurious 20-level Connexion campus at Farrer Park, and be enchanted by the “total lifestyle environment” meticulously conceptualised and curated to surprise and delight your every sense. ISBN 978-981-09-7776-4 (hardcover) | 2016 ISBN 978-981-09-7777-1 (paperback) | 2016 SUBJECTS: Art/Sculpture/General | 240 pages Published by: One Farrer Private Limited Produced by: Write Editions
 
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Spotlight Singapore
Spotlight Singapore
The Spotlight Singapore story begins with a dream; a daring yet profound dream to bridge the worlds of arts and culture, and business. Through its five editions in six cities, Spotlight Singapore, an initiative by The Old Parliament House Limited, has emphatically demonstrated that arts and culture can indeed be a powerful vehicle to link one culture with another, a business with another, and most of all, a people with another. It is simply, cultural diplomacy par excellence. This book Spotlight Singapore chronicles its journey of adventures in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Moscow, Cape Town, Bratislava and Prague; at the same time, it sounds the clarion call to embrace arts and culture as a truly universal language to forge friendships, explore possibilities, and seize opportunities. At last, the Spotlight Singapore’s dream–turned– reality has to be attributed to a daring band of protagonists: Colin Goh, Phan Ming Yen, Florence Lee and Tan Tee Tong. They know no bounds, no “nos”, and no “what ifs”. Their indomitable spirit reflects the zest of Spotlight Singapore, and undergirds its traverse in the years to come. Read More
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Sculpture Square
This book tells the story of the first 15 years of SSQ: from the time it boldly redefined what an old dilapidated chapel could do to defining the visual landscape of Singapore. Read more
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Listen to My Heart
Listen to My Heart celebrates life’s overcoming spirit. It tells the compelling life stories of a brave group of individuals, subtly woven into a tapestry of extraordinary inspiration. Despite being plagued by unfathomable adversity, these individuals are able to harness the quiet strength within them, rise up each time they fall, and persevere for a better tomorrow. Their stories are precious life lessons on the indomitable human spirit that resides in every individual. Read More
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Courage To Believe
The Courage To Believe
Commemorating Yellow Ribbon Project’s 10th Anniversary, this book, THE COURAGE TO BELIEVE is a story about giving hope. It is about unlocking life’s second chances for ex-offenders to help them find new lives beyond the prison walls. Reverberating with grit, resolve and hope, the stories will set your heart ablaze to extend your hands in unlocking second chances for ex-offenders. Read More
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Game For Life
Game For Life
GAME FOR LIFE chronicles the journeys of 25 Singaporeans whose lives have been made extraordinary through sport. They are a diverse group of people: academics, business leaders, public servants and professional athletes who come from very different backgrounds. With 25 stories of hope and achievement, GAME FOR LIFE will inspire readers to discover their potential through sport. The book celebrates the effort and life lessons as much as it pays tribute to the victories on the field and in the arena. Read More
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The Pain-Free Desk Warrior
Feeling old? Always tired? Neck and back aches? Tried everything and nothing helps? You’re not alone. If you spend more than two hours a day at your desk, you’re like the millions of “Desk Warriors” all over the world who suffer from the same problem. Busy work schedules, technology and sedentary lifestyles cause a huge portion of the public to struggle with headaches, neck and back pain, low energy levels, mood swings and poor performance. The worst part of all? They think it’s normal. Dr Gary Tho, a leading chiropractor in Singapore, is here to tell you it’s not. This book outlines six steps for busy business owners corporate professionals and executives to get out and STAY OUT of pain so you can work hard, play hard and leave fatigue and illness behind. Live a pain-free life. It is possible and I will show you show. ISBN: 978-981-09-7512-8 (paperback) | 2015 SUBJECTS: Well-Being/General Health | 220 pages Published by: Dr Gary Tho Produced by: Write Editions
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“Doctor, We Are Ready For Home”
This book serves as an important guide for many home caregivers. For some, bringing their loved ones home from a medical institution, such as hospital, presents both joy as well as a daunting challenge, especially when they do not feel adequately trained or equipped to provide the appropriate care. Written in a comprehensive, concise and easy-to-understand manner, author Ivy Low, a former nurse and now Founder of WhiteAngel Caregivers Consultancy, hopes this book will bring a sense of confidence, relief and real help to home caregivers. Some of the essential topics discussed are:
  • Overview of the healthcare system in Singapore
  • Sources of help and support available, ranging from the government to voluntary welfare schemes
  • Costs and practical considerations such as meals for the lonely elderly, medical subsides, etc.
  • How to train caregivers with practical skills
  • Caregivers’ plans
ISBN: 978-981-09-5733-9 (paperback) | 2015 SUBJECTS: Health/Homecare/Nursing | 152 pages Published by: WhiteAngel Caregivers Consultancy Produced by: Write Editions
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Elvis and the Feathers School of Music
A music school for "birds only" is having a concert where its performers will be able to develop their potential further. Elvis the frog dreams of singing at this important event. But can he ever be accepted? Written by Emily Lim and illustrated by Laura Liberatore. This is part of the 4-book series commissioned by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, in conjunction with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. “Children have a right to survival and development in all aspects of their lives, including the physical, emotional, psycho-social, cognitive, social and cultural.” – Article 6 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child ISBN: 978-981-07-5381-8 (paperback) | 2013 ISBN: 978-981-07-5382-5 (e-book) SUBJECTS: Children/General | 24 Pages Published by: Ministry of Social and Family Development Produced by: Write Editions
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The Best Recipe For Tofu
Young Tofu lives with her Uncle Ayu and helps him sell fish. Often, she works long hours on an empty stomach. What can Uncle Ayu do to provide Tofu the care that she needs to grow well? Written by Emily Lim and illustrated by Jade Fang. This is part of the 4-book series commissioned by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, in conjunction with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. “The best interests of the child must be a primary consideration in all decisions and actions affecting the child, or children as a group. This holds true whether decisions are made by government, administrative or judicial authorities or by families themselves.” – Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child ISBN: 978-981-07-5379-5 (paperback) | 2013 ISBN: 978-981-07-5380-1 (e-book) SUBJECTS: Children/General | 24 Pages Published by: Ministry of Social and Family Development Produced by: Write Editions
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I Want To Be a Cheese Taster!
A class of mice are discussing what they want to do when they grow up. Feta surprises everyone with his dream job, which is very different from what mice typically do. Will the other mice be able to accept Feta's viewpoint? Written by Emily Lim and illustrated by Laura Liberatore. This is part of the 4-book series commissioned by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, in conjunction with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. “Children should be allowed to express their opinions, especially in matters concerning themselves. They have the right to have their views heard and taken seriously.” – Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child ISBN: 978-981-07-5377-1 (paperback) | 2013 ISBN: 978-981-07-5378-8 (e-book) SUBJECTS: Children/General | 24 Pages Published by: Ministry of Social and Family Development Produced by: Write Editions
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Is That Rainbowsaurus So Different From Us?
Libby the Rainbowsaurus moves into a new neighbourhood. The Blusauruses avoid Libby as they have never seen anyone like her before. Is Libby really so different from them? Written by Emily Lim and illustrated by Jade Fang. This is part of the 4-book series commissioned by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, in conjunction with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. “Children must not suffer discrimination irrespective of the child’s or his or her parent’s or legal guardian’s race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national, ethnic or social origin, property, disability, birth or other status.” – Article 2 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child ISBN: 978-981-07-5375-7 (paperback) | 2013 ISBN: 978-981-07-5376-4 (e-book) SUBJECTS: Children/General | 24 Pages Published by: Ministry of Social and Family Development Produced by: Write Editions
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