December 29, 2010 Leave a comment
2010 brought us a year of great books, just to name a few:
We took our readers to the front lines of Endangered Species Act battles; published our first graphic novel, Trickster; told the story of Buffalo Bill, America’s first celebrity; got cooking with recipes from the Mitsitam Cafe; studied the bookshelves of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson; and celebrated the history and rebirth of the great Rust Belt City. As 2010 comes to an end, there’s much to look forward to in the new year, including a new crop of titles! Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming in 2011:
Campfires and Loon Calls: Travels in the Boundary Waters by Jerry Apps
Best-selling author Jerry Apps takes readers on a journey to the Boundary Waters, sharing advice and ruminations on nature and place. Available in February!
Colorado’s Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs by Gerry Roach
Known for its accuracy and comprehensiveness, the best-selling guidebook to Colorado’s 14ers by well-respected climber and author Gerry Roach gets an update. Available in February!
Modern Homestead: Grow, Raise, Create by Renee Wilkinson
A sixth-generation gardener embraces her roots while adding a fresh approach in this savvy-smart guide to homesteading. Available in April!
The Guide to Colorado Reptiles and Amphibians by Mary Taylor Young
We’ve all encountered reptiles and amphibians, maybe a turtle lumbering across a country road, a frog hoping with a splash into a pond, a snake slithering through the grass at our feet. . . .There’s something about these creeping, crawling, darting creatures that fascinates us and brings an element of surprise, delight, and whimsy to outings in the Colorado outdoors. Available in May!
The World-Famous Alaska Highway: A Guide to the Alcan & Other Wilderness Roads of the North by Tricia Brown
This amazing road through northern Canada and into Alaska has enchanted motorists for nearly seventy years. Available in May!
Even more to come in Summer 2011, so stay tuned!