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Narrow River Wide Sky

Author: Jenny Forrester
Publisher: Hawthorne Books
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In the vein of The Liar's Club and The Glass Castle, Jenny Forrester's memoir perfectly captures both place and a community situated on the Colorado Plateau between slot canyons and rattlesnakes, where she grew up with her mother and brother in a single-wide trailer proudly displaying an American flag. Forrester’s powerfully eloquent story reveals a rural small town comprising God-fearing Republicans, ranchers, Mormons, and Native Americans. With sensitivity and resilience, Forrester navigates feelings of isolation, an abusive boyfriend, sexual assault, and a failed college attempt to forge a separate identity. As young adults, after their mother’s accidental death, Forrester and her brother are left with an increasingly strained relationship that becomes a microcosm of America’s political landscape. Narrow River, Wide Sky is a breathtaking, determinedly truthful story about one woman’s search for identity within the mythology of family and America itself.


WIDE SKY NARROW PATH

Author: Courtney L. Mann
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A modern pilgrimage of passages through the heights and depths of solitude and companionship, the Appalachian Trail thru-hike is a journey into the soul as much as through the mountains. In this inspirational collection of vignettes and refl ections on life through the eyes of a hiker, the sky overhead represents the limitless opportunities of life held in mysterious tension with the path of one’s choices. The walk is a daily reminder of our interconnectedness to the created and non-created realm—and the chance to see the wordless stories the world around us can tell.


Big Sky River

Author: Linda Lael Miller
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When city girl Tara Kendall moves to the spread next door, ranch owner and widower Sheriff Boone Taylor finds his peace and quiet jeopardized by this woman who needs is help in learning the lay of the land. Original.


I Am Yours

Author: Reema Zaman
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"I Am Yours is the story of Reema Zaman's unwavering fight to protect and free her voice from those who have sought to silence her"--


Under the wide sky

Author: Thelma Campbell Nason
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Big Sky Rivers

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"To frame his story, Schneiders goes back to the nineteenth-century journals of fur traders and settlers and in the record of flora, fauna, floods, and human activity he finds evidence of rapid and disruptive change. Bison once had the greatest influence on the land, and Schneiders depicts an original bison and Indian trail networks on which were overlaid the first torts and towns and then the railroads, highways, and reservoirs that reconfigured the region forever.".


Under the Distant Sky

Author: Al Lacy
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In the years following the Civil War, Hannah and Solomon Cooper decide to seek out a new life on the frontier. In the dangerous journey that follows, however, tragedy strikes. By all reasonable expectations they should return home. Yet to the surprise of everyone in the wagon train -- and despite great opposition -- Hannah presses onward, displaying grit, courage, and a faith deep enough to sustain her family through life's greatest trials. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Papi Doesn t Love Me No More

Author: Anna Suarez
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Anna Suarez's debut collection, Papi Doesn't Love Me No More explores themes of love, loss, sex work, and abuse. Anna Suarez utilizes folklore and myths to explore who Papi is and what he means to her. Her poetry is a friend, lover, and confessional narrative celebrating the cathartic power of desire and the self. "Glowing, shattering poetry about blood and being blue-hooded and glistening as Woman, Whore, Slut, God-Seeking Catholic Girl seeking home. Love. Also autonomy. Agency. She's the one always being spoken of, and should be. Suarez rewrites scripture summoning the sweet strength of survival, having learned power through yielding to it. Visceral. Opalescent." - Jenny Forrester, author of Narrow River, Wide Sky: A Memoir "Anna takes you on a journey from sensuality to despair and from hope to harsh realism. She captures the peril of intimacy through shattered rose colored glasses and takes you back to potential and most importantly, to awe." - Garrett Cook, author of A God of Hungry Walls


BIG SKY

Author: WALTER VAN TILBURG CLARK
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Dinosaurs Under the Big Sky

Author: John R. Horner
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When Jack Horner was in high school, he put together a science project that identified and compared dinosaur fossils from Montana and Alberta. Now a world-renowned dinosaur paleontologist, Dr. Horner realizes that many of his identifications in that proje