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Memories of Boulder County through the Art and Words of Robert Dacey
brings to readers a glimpse into Boulder County's fading past.

On sale now for $13.95, a savings of 45%!

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Awards and Recognition!

Lights OnLights On!, by Cynthia Simmelink Becker and illustrator Benjamin Hummel, is one of four Award Winners in the Juvenile Nonfiction category for the 2017 Indies Book of the Year Awards. Indies are given by Foreword Reviews, a journal exclusively dedicated to reviewing books from independent and university presses  and self-publishers.

Thousands of books are entered each year and winners are selected by judges comprising nearly 150 booksellers and librarians.  

New Releases

Stephen Long Stephen H. Long: Frontier Explorer by Steve Walsh is Number 18 in the Now You Know Bio series.

Long is famous for leading an expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase from St. Louis to the Rocky Mountains in 1820. He led his men through dire conditions on the trail, sometimes without fresh water and with little food, to map and explore ‘the Great American desert.’ 

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BJ Erickson: WASP Pilot  by Sarah Rickman is the biography of a pioneering member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots during World Wr II. This is Sarah's eighth book about women pilots of WWII and her first for younger readers. The biography is suitable for readers in  grade 6 through adult.

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Undeserved Consequences and Redemption Ridge by Dorothy Yoder.

Undeserved Consequences is Dorothy Yoder's second novel, a mystery set in Colorado and a sequel to Redemption Ridge. Amber Hanson, the heroine of Redemption Ridge faces a tragedy that leaves her broken.

The new edition of Redemption Ridge is released concurrently with Undeserved Consequences. Amber Hanson leaves Denver for the small town of Westcliffe, Colorado, after personal setbacks and soon becomes entangled in the problems of others.

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  Lights On! Ike Hoover Electrifies the White House by Cynthia Simmelink Becker and illustrated by Benjamin Hummel for ages 5-8.

In 1891 nineteen-year-old Irwin 'Ike' Hoover was sent by Thomas Edison to finish wiring the White House for electric lights. President Benjamin Harrison was so pleased he hired Ike, who served in the White House for 42 years.

Filter Press publishes quality books on southwest history, biography, and historical fiction including two biography series for elementary grades:
Now You Know Bio and Great Lives in Colorado History.  

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