Praise for the books

If you can imagine a bedtime story about cuddly dinosaurs, that's what Richard Bevan has created. Together with young illustrator Io Shepard, they've crafted a charming book that can be read to four- or five-year-olds or that a slightly older (6-8) new reader can manage on her own. The frequent questions and asides in the text will draw the listeners and readers in to the action-filled story. These brave young dinosaurs have thrilling adventures! The Hidden Triceratops is a great introduction to that ancient world.
—Meredith Phillips, Perseverance Press publisher and author of The Child's Peninsula

For young dinosaur enthusiasts who want a longer read-aloud, The Hidden Triceratops is a fun mix of fact and fiction. And with colorful artwork from a talented twelve-year-old, other young artists are sure to be inspired.
—Sara Nickerson, author of The Secrets of Blueberries, Brothers, Moose & Me; and Last Meeting of the Gorilla Club.

Changemaking is a superb resource that takes up where all the other change-related books ended--it's the book that should have come with all the other books."

Jim Shaffer, author of The Leadership Solution


"You'll know that you've gotten the most out of this practical, no-nonsense guide when your tattered, dog-eared copy is so full of yellow highlighted paragraphs, notes in the margins, and coffee stains that you can barely read it."

—Alan Feinberg, entrepreneur & corporate adviser


"Indispensable ideas, tools and guidance on the human side of change--including what not to do."

—Brian Grant, Chairman, MCN


A detailed guide to the practical aspects of organizational change. A coherent, concise look at the elements that go into new business initiatives.

—Kirkus Reviews

Bosses need to first rate themselves using D’Aprix’s Boss-Rating questionnaire and then read this book.

Jim Lukaszewski, Chairman, The Lukaszewski Group

 

Powerful stories illustrate the good, the bad and the ugly in corporate America with the hope and intention by a gifted writer to inspire more of the good!

Colleen J Rooney, SVP, Signet Jewelers

 

No one knows more about corporate culture—and few know more about people—than Roger D’Aprix.

David Murray, Editor & Publisher, Vital Speeches of the Day

 

D’Aprix reflects decades of experience in ways that every reader can apply to his or her own situation. This book is well worth a careful read.

Robert L. Dilenschneider, Chairman, The Dilenschneider Group