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ReadHowYouWant, (RHYW), an innovative provider of large print and accessible on-demand editions, is pleased to welcome two new publisher partners into the RHYW/Christian program: New Growth Press and Gospel Light. They join a growing list of Christian publishers including Zondervan, Thomas Nelson, and InterVarsity Press in the RHYW/ECPA Publishing Partner program to convert their titles into accessible formats and feature them on the ReadHowYouWant.com/Christian website.
New Growth Press (Greensboro, NC) publishes books through the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF). Their bestselling titles include CrossTalk: Where Life & Scripture Meet by Michael R. Emlet and The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context by David Powlison. Find all New Growth Press titles at stores.newgrowthpress.com
Gospel Light (Ventura, CA) was founded in 1933, and is the publisher of creative Sunday School curriculum, exciting Vacation Bible School programs, and inspiring biblical books. Top selling titles include What the Bible is All About by Henrietta Mears and A Simple Christianity by John MacArthur. Learn more about Gospel Light at www.gospellight.com.
About RHYW/Christian and the ECPA Partner Program
The ECPA/RHYW publisher partnership program allows ECPA publishers access to RHYW’s conversion and marketing service which reformats books into accessible formats for the visually impaired and distributes the new editions through multiple sales channels, including Ingram, Amazon.com, and the RHYW website (ReadHowYouWant.com/Christian). This unique partnership has no upfront costs and allows ECPA publishers to make their titles available to a broad spectrum of readers including those with visual impairments and reading disabilities. For more information, contact Michael Covington at email@example.com.
ReadHowYouWant Pty Ltd and its R&D parent company, Accessible Publishing Systems Pty Ltd, are both Sydney, Australia-based privately held companies co-founded in 2004 by electronic publishing pioneers Christopher Stephen and Greg Duncan. When Chris’s sister, who suffers from MS, developed difficulty reading, they began experimenting to determine whether people with reading difficulties could benefit from changing the text format.
After more than four years of testing, ReadHowYouWant has successfully developed award-winning conversion technology that reformats existing books into the widest selection of on-demand, alternative format editions on the market today. Each edition has been optimized for maximum readability. The company’s goals are to make reading easier and more enjoyable by delivering formats that suit the reader and to give people with reading difficulties access to books in the formats of their choice—at an affordable price, and as soon as the book is published. For more information visit www.readhowyouwant.com.