Acclaimed Books Bring History to Life

NEW: Podcast Interviews with the Author

Jockey Hollow, Rosalie Lauerman’s first book, earned an Independent Publisher (IPPY) bronze medal for Best Mid-Atlantic Region Nonfiction and a Moonbeam silver medal for Best Juvenile Nonfiction. The work highlights a little-known Revolutionary War camp and reveals a period during the war when General George Washington “almost ceased to hope.”

Meet the author and watch a podcast about Jockey Hollow, click here.

Lost Stories of the Great War, Rosalie’s second book, earned an IPPY bronze medal for multicultural nonfiction, Juvenile/Young Adult. The plot uncovers riveting true tales from World War One. She uses chilling quotes from the battlefield, on-the-scene photographs, vintage war posters, and combat artists’ sketches to amplify and enhance the narrative.

1.2 million readers have tuned in to this podcast about Lost Stories of the Great War. To watch the interview, click here.

For more about Rosalie’s books and articles, click here (Books+).


 I cannot live without books.
Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, June 10, 1815. Library of Congress, Manuscript Division