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, are back again in Trouble Returns , the third book in the Ruby and Maude Adventure Series.
"If you haven't met Ruby, Maude, and Trouble, you're in for a treat and a surprise ending. Enjoy!
—Lois Ruby, author of Steal Away Home
| 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.
| 260 Pages|
Builder and Benefactor
By Joyce B. Lohse
Spencer Penrose came to Colorado in 1892 to partner with his boyhood friend, Charles L. Tutt, and he became wealthy from real estate and mining investments.
Penrose was indeed a builder and a benefactor to Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. His legacy includes The Broadmoor, a world-class resort in the foothills the Rockies, as well as the Pikes Peak Highway and the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
In 1937 Penrose and his wife Julie established another lasting legacy, El Pomar Foundation, which supported cultural and civic institutions including the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Central City Opera, Fountain Valley School, and continues to enrich the Colorado Springs cultural and civic life today.
Spencer Penrose: Builder and Benefactor is the seventh Colorado biography by Joyce B. Lohse.
Joyce is also the author of Baby Doe Tabor: Machless Silver Queen and First Governor, First Lady: John and Eliza Routt of Colorado . She is also the author of four books in the Now You Know Bio series (Emily Griffith, Justina Ford, Molly Brown, and General William Palmer). Visit her website for more about Joyce Lohse.
| Safe at Last |
True Stories of Horse Rescues
By Elaine Pease
Elaine Pease wrote Safe at Last: True Stories of Horse Rescues based on her volunteer experience at Colorado Horse Rescue (CHR) in Longmont, Colorado. Her new children’s book reflects her deep interest in horse rescue. The six rescue stories in Safe at Last give young readers an introduction to the whys and hows of animal rescues. Readers age 7 and up will enjoy the lively personalities of the individual horses and the happy endings to their stories.
Beautiful photographs by Roxanne Capaul illustrate the stories and Mini Pearl, the ‘spokeshorse’ for CHR, pops up throughout the book with tidbits of information about horses.
Elaine Pease is the author of several children's books including the historical novel Ghost Over Boulder Creek.
“Safe at Last is a wonderful and deeply inspirational book, perfect for youngsters.”
— Marc Bekoff, author and Ethics Committee member of the Jane Goodall Institute
| Paperback; 40 pages|
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