Printresting Press

Printresting publishing company aims to help individuals find themselves through our catalog for self-help books. 

Working by Studs Terkel Does the thought of going to work fill you with dread? Join the boat. Reading Stud Terkel’s Working, you’ll realize how common it is for many people to hate their jobs. Studs records to voice of the American people in their everyday lives. This book is filled with obstacles that people face in the workplace that will make you think twice about what you’re doing with your life. In this classic, Working, Terkel explores a multitude of occupations ranging from police officer to garbage man to receptionist to stripper. You may not think that people in these occupations have anything income, but surprisingly they do! They all tend to share the same feelings towards their jobs. Reading this book will help you put your life in perspective. You’ll realize that through all the overwhelming stress that comes along with having a job that you’re never alone and there are people who feel the same way as you. You’ll also gain some new found appreciation for your job after reading the varying interviews on other people’s lives. Business Weekly: "Splendid . . . Important . . . Rich and fascinating . . . The people we meet are not digits in a poll but real people with real names who share their anecdotes, adventures, and aspirations with us"
Utopia by Thomas More If you’re tired of reading all the headlines about the corruption of money driven officials, then this is the book for you! Discover that things don’t have to be the way they are in society. Stop questioning the standards and practices of society and take action! Thomas More’s Utopia will lead you on the path to creating a perfect society for all individuals. From employment to education, More addresses it all in detailed rules and ideals that will lead you to creating a society that values all human life. Stop waiting around for others to take initiative and grab a copy of Utopia today! Michael Armstrong: "It remains one of the greatest social comments of the modern world."
The Nature of Things by Lucretius Are you constantly buying material possessions and objects? Do you find yourself getting caught up in the norms of society? Do you fear what will become of you after death? If you answered yes to any of these questions The Nature of Things by Lucretius is the book for you! We live in a world today where people are drive by money and materialistic goods. America is being polluted with an unhealthy notion that the luxuries and pleasures we are fixated on are making our lives better when the truth is that they’re not. It’s not too late for you to escape the corruption from society! The Nature of Things will help you disconnect yourself from the superficial life you’re currently living and teach you how to 1. No longer fear death and the unknown 2. Live the happy life you always dreamed of 3. Finally escape the constant pressure from society Don’t miss out on what could be your only change at achieving a peaceful life worth living. Leatrice C., a satisfied reader: "This is an inspiring, beautifully written epic poem explaining the nature of our our world, while combing science and philosophy in clear, lovely language."
The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx Are you tired of being exploited by the unjust bourgeoisie? It’s time to stand up for yourself and your counterparts and start making a change! You can start by picking up a copy of Marx’s Communist Manifesto. Anybody being oppressed will find the answers that they are looking for in the Communist Manifesto. This book does a wonderful job at exposing all the problems that the working class faces living in a post feudalism world. Marx recognizes the unfairness that the working class is left with after constantly being exploited and offers concrete solutions. He reminds the lower class that, “The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win.” A revolution will be required for an elimination of social class to happen. If you want to be part of the revolution buy this book now to education yourself on the ideology of communism. "The most influential book of all time. This book sparked the hearts of the oppressed to finally have a voice and revolt against the bourgeoisie. The best thing about this pamphlet is that provides the reader an extensive analysis on the social evolution that is constantly changing every time an oppressed class overthrows another. A must read for all!" - Joel Matthews
A Vindication on the Rights of Women by Mary Wollstonecraft Did you know that 64% of illiterate adults or women? Or that women make up only 22% of Parliamentarian seats, and 8% of the world’s executives? Even in today’s world it is still apparent that there is a gender inequality between men and women when it comes to things such as getting an education or better jobs. Mary Wollstonecraft’s essay, A Vindication of the Rights of Women, is still very relevant today. Wollstonecraft was ahead of her time when she was producing a declaration for female independence in 1792 and advocating for equal education opportunities. She argued that in order for women to be good mothers and wives they needed a proper education. She wanted to persuade women to acquire strength and to be more than just an object of pity. Women need to stop being under appreciated in society and start being recognized as the essential that they are. “This book is absolutely brilliant, and there is a reason why it was more or less ignored for 200 years. It is as current today as it was in 1792, which is astounding given the fact that so much has changed in the lives of women” - Willa
The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison Empathy is defined as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Jamison revealing essay asks essential questions about our basic understanding of others: How and why should we care about others? Is empathy really empathy? She shows what real empathy is by using her experience as patient actor for medical students. In the Empathy Exams, Jamison is personal, honest, compassionate, and brave. She says, “Empathy isn’t just listening, it’s asking the questions whose answers need to be listened to. Empathy requires inquiry as much as imagination. Empathy requires knowing you know nothing. Empathy means acknowledging a horizon of context that extends perpetually beyond what you can see.” We live in a society where we are taught to repress our emotions and we often assume things about others, but this needs to be changed! We need to stop holding back our emotions and start confronting them. This book will teach you how to be more thoughtful, aware, and empathic of others. You’ll uncover a lot about the type of person you are and your ability to care for others. “These essays--risky, brilliant, and full of heart--ricochet between what it is to be alive and to be a creature wondering what it is to be alive. Jamison's words, torqued to a perfect balance, shine brightly, allowing both fury and wonder to open inside us.” ―Nick Flynn
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