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Cynthia Becker
Daniel Blegen
Carolyn Brink
Debra Faulkner
Mary Peace Finley
Lydia Griffin
Gail E. Haley
Joyce B. Lohse
Charlie Mac
Nancy Oswald
John Stansfield

Trouble Returns

A Ruby and Maude Adventure
By Nancy Oswald

Fans of Nancy Oswald  will be pleased to know that Ruby May Oliver and her donkey, Maude, will be back later this year in Trouble Returns, the third book in the Ruby and Maude Adventure Series

Readers first met Ruby and Maude in Rescue in Poverty Gulch, a finalist for Spur and Colorado Book Awards. Trouble arrived and became Ruby's second favorite friend in Trouble on the Tracks.

 978-0-86541-192-0    (Paperback)
 Trim: 5.5" x 8.5"                       

Rolling With the Press
A Publisher's Journey

by Edward Lehman
with Suzanne Barrett

Edward Lehman, newspaper publisher and civic leader, grew up in Denver in the 1930s when gangsters and kidnappings were front-page news. His work life began as a paperboy and culminated as owner/publisher of the Longmont Daily Times-Call, the Loveland Daily Reporter-Herald, the Cañon City Daily Record, and the Colorado Hometown Weekly Newspaper. Lehman’s varied professional life also included years as a police reporter, deputy district attorney for Denver, and a stint in the Colorado state legislature.

In Rolling with the Press, Lehman documents his personal story and newspaper career, spanning much of the twentieth and into the twenty-first centuries and reflecting sweeping changes in society, reporting, technology, communication, and business management.

  325 Pages
  978-0-86541-191-3 (Paperback)
  Summer 2016                       

Two more books in the Now You Know Bio series are scheduled in 2016. 

Ken Salazar  

Ken Salazar grew up in the San Luis valley of Colorado on a family ranch dating from the 1870s. He graduated from Colorado College and earned a law degree from the University of Michigan. Salazar held a number of positions in sate government before election to the United States Senate and was later appointed by President Obama as Secretary of the Interior.

Daniel Blegen is the author of
Bob Sakata: American Farmer and co-author with Melvin Bacon of Bent's Fort: Crossroads of Cultures on the Santa Fe Trail. 

Edwin Carter 

Colorado placer miner turned naturalist Edwin Carter became concerned about the environmental impact of mining and feared that many bird and animal species might disappear from the Rocky Mountains. He collected hundreds of specimens for his Log Cabin  Naturalist Museum in Breckenridge. At his death in 1900, Carter's collection became the basis for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. 

Thomas Price is author of the Edwin Carter biography.

             Price: $ 8.95 each
             20% discount for full set                         

                     The Words of Curly McGee

                                 By Donna Guthrie

Curly McGee

Everyone loves picture books, and The Words of Curly McGee is delightful. Curly the cowpoke can't read, but when a new schoolmarm comes to board at the ranch, literacy and romance bloom.

Donna Guthrie is the author of numerous books for children including The Witch Who Lives Down the Hall.
 Paperback; 32 Pages
 ISBN: 978-0-86541-186-9
 Fall 2016   

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