• The Green-Clad Kicker: A True Story of Love, Sports, and College Quick View
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    • Publication Date: August 15, 2023 Enter coupon code "kicker34" for free shipping! After experiencing the triumph of accomplishing her childhood goal—capturing a state high school basketball championship—Jamie, now eighteen, embarks upon the next adventure in her journey. As she finishes high school and says goodbye to her parents, friends, and small town—the only life she has ever known—she transitions to…
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    • Publication Date: June 23, 2020 Six years after experiencing what a boys’ state basketball championship did for her small prairie town on the Montana Hi-Line, Jamie Graham, fourteen years old, embarks on her own journey to bring that joy and excitement back to her town. Jim—Jamie’s dad and respected teacher and coach—coached the boys’ championship team and inspires her to…
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    • Publication Date: July 26, 2022, PRE-ORDER NOW! William Jolliff’s newest collection of poetry is a love song for a way of life that is no more. With the coming of industrial agriculture to rural Ohio, family farms—and the communities they created and sustained—passed away. And so too, now, have the women, the men, and most of the children who did…
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    • The Eleusinian Mysteries is a poetic subversion of the ancient Greek myth of Persephone, in which the young goddess abducted by Hades is not a passive victim but a cunning protagonist in her own right who actively resists the narrative that has historically held her captive. Over the course of a series of interrelated narrative poems, she discovers the secrets…
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    • Publication Date: February 22, 2022 – Order Today! The Upside-Down Tree, by Alden Reimonenq, is an insightful, powerful look at the worst of racial hatred and violence during the early Jim Crow years, a time rarely addressed by historical-fiction authors. The novel stems from the horrific Colfax Massacre in Louisiana on April 13, 1873, but is primarily set between 1900–1908…
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    • Publication Date: December 15, 2020 - Order Today! In Roadworthy, poet Dave Mehler offers readers the bizarre and unique opportunity to view the world through the lens of a "hauling witness"—a long-haul truck driver in the US and a short line (or regional) truck driver in Colorado/Wyoming and the Pacific Northwest. The poems relate experiences in narrative and lyric based from…
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    • Publication Date: December 1, 2020 - Order Today! Read the 4-star review by Ian Dailey on Foreword Reviews.  In the early days of the American Civil War, Harry thought it was just a quarrel among politicians—until his young son ran away to join a guerilla raid against the Confederates. Within weeks, Harry himself was falsely accused of sabotage, tried in…
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  • Love’s GardenLove’s Garden Quick View
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    • Publication Date: October 27, 2020 – Order Today! Love's Garden begins in 1898, when India is ruled by the British, and India’s women are ruled by British masters as well as Indian men. A desperate young widow sacrifices her firstborn child to save herself from ultimate dishonor. She marries a stranger, but her damaged second family pays dearly for this…
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    • Publication Date: September 29, 2020 - Order Today! In 1998, the old Soviet Union is dead, and the new Russia is awash in corruption and despair. Manya and Yuri Zalinikov, secular Jews—he, a gifted mathematician recently dismissed from the Academy; she, a concert pianist—sell black market electronics in a market stall, until threatened with a gun by a mafioso in…
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  • The Yellow Sports Bra: Bible Study Quick View
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    • Publication Date: July 26, 2022 A wonderful companion guide to Jamie Graham Duprey's The Yellow Sports Bra: A True Story of Love, Faith, and Basketball, this introspective Bible study, written by Natalie Cutler and the author, encourages young readers to apply the memoir's biblical passages and the author's own experiences during her adolescence to their own lives, using questions arranged…
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    • Publication Date: August 4, 2020 - Order Today Enter the wondrous world of the Selkie. According to Celtic legend, a selkie is a seal underwater and a woman on land. Sometimes she emerges from the ocean, shedding her white selkie-coat to dance on the sand in moonlight. In the liminal space of the shore, she is vulnerable to capture by…
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    • Publication Date:  July 28, 2020 - Order Today! High tide . . . On the one hand, high tide can mean “surf’s up” on a beautiful beach. You might be there with friends or family—waves big enough to ride, sun high in an azure sky. On the other, there is Dylan’s sinister warning: “It’s bad out there. High waters everywhere.”…
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    • The Law of the Land

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    • Publication Date:  May 19, 2020 We live in an immoral age. Humanity suffers from “nature deficit disorder.” We have lost touch with the Earth, the Great Lawgiver. These poems unveil a moral code derived from the Earth. Part I reveals the moral code of the Lakota Sioux, a Plains Indian tribe whose way of life was taken from them. Part…
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    • Publication Date:  September 14, 2018 In The Annotated Murder of One, Jared Pearce takes lines, phrases, and words from the Counting Crows’ song, “A Murder of One,” and spins them into new directions and dimensions. The poetry collection focuses on memories, history, the future—and on the relationship between love and understanding. Vivid bird imagery is found throughout, but ghosts, flowers, jokes,…
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    • Publication Date: August 31, 2018 A Mexican boy and a Nebraska girl—bizarrely linked by a volcano, an earthquake, and an odd poem—careen inexorably toward an improbable rendezvous in Jerome Dobson’s debut novel, Paricutin: The Miracle of Daniel Pulido—a story of survival, courage, belief, hope, and love. The story of Paricutin begins when sixteen-year-old Daniel Pulido has a premonition of the 1985 Mexico…
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    • Publication Date: July 31, 2018 In her warmly comical and deliciously entertaining debut novel, master storyteller Rochelle Distelheim sweeps us back to 1913 and the world of struggling Jewish immigrants in New York City’s Lower East Side. Sadie Schuster—fortyish, plumpish, a suffragette, and recently widowed—spends more time now talking to her late husband, Fivel, than when he was alive. Sadie…
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    • The Dream: The Story of the 1978–1979 Peerless Panthers

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    • Publication Date: June 17, 2010 The Dream is the incredibly nostalgic and poignant story about the passing of Peerless High School in Peerless, Montana, which closed its doors forever in June, 2009, and the 1978–79 Peerless Panthers. It also includes the passing of District 1-C, once the most powerful Class C basketball conference in Montana, where three other high schools,…
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