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JURASSIC – New Graphic Novel from Rextooth Studios

New Epic Graphic Novel JURASSIC – Adventure During the Golden Age of Dinosaurs – Farcountry Press From the mind of Ted Rechlin comes a thrilling new prehistoric adventure for all ages. Featuring epic action, stunning artwork and the return of the Brontosaurus. Jurassic Author and Illustrator Ted Rechlin (Rextooth Studios) is becoming a king of the dinosaurs. “I just keep drawing them” …

L’Chaim: Margit Chinkes’ Holocaust Survivor Story

New Book on Holocaust Survivor Uncovers a Mother’s Lost Childhood.   Angelica Osborne traveled halfway around the world in an attempt to unravel her mother’s past. “The first time I wrote something about my mother’s story it was less than a page long,” says Osborne. “I only had small details of her life.” In fact, the few facts she had …

Sweetgrass Books: New children’s story inspires magic with bubbles at the beach in “Stella and the Bubble Man”

  Take a magical trip to a whimsical beach town in Colleen Clancy Hansen’s newest release Stella and the Bubble Man produces via Sweetgrass Book and distributed by Farcountry Press. In her follow-up to Destination: Butte, Montana Hansen introduces readers to Stella, a young girl on vacation, stomping down the boardwalk because of gray skies. “When we first meet Stella, she …

I Love You to Bits & Pieces – Children’s Picture Book

Bits & Pieces is a sweet treat for children of all ages and for those who want to show someone special that they are loved. Siblings Alex Snyder and Leah Snyder Leitch team together for their debut children’s title, distributed by Farcountry Press. Highlights include bright flowers, darling squirrels and fawns, moose peaking out from behind a spruce, and elephants, lions, and their young. With colorful illustrations and rhyming prose, Bits & Pieces is sure to be a bedtime favorite.

A Country Doctor and the Epidemics : Montana 1917-1918

In his debut novella, Steven D. Helgerson shares a harrowing tale of historical fiction as America prepares to enter Word War I. By mid-October 1918, the largest epidemic of the 20th Century had reached rural Montana. The effects were catastrophic. Grieving the death of his wife and unborn child, a physician, deeply troubled by the limitations of medicine in his time, struggles to protect his community. A detailed study of the extraordinary events affecting the social fabric of 1917 Montana, Helgerson examines a world on the brink of World War I and its affect on a community disrupted by disease and war.