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A SHORT STORY OF THE HONEY BEE : HUMANS, FLOWERS AND BEES IN THE ETERNAL CHASE OF HONEY By E. Readicker-Henderson (text) and Ilona (photography) Hardcover – 163 pages $19.95
“Combining gorgeous photography and engaging text, A Short History of the Honey Bee follows the journey from flower to hive to honey throughout history—including chapters on beekeeping, how hives work, turning nectar into honey, and why the honey bee’s well-being is vital to us all.”
SALMON RIVER MEMORIES : Pioneers, Characters, and Great Neighbors By Boyd Rood Paperback -122 pages $14.00
Enjoy “The way it was—memories, pictures, and some history of a portion of the Idaho that is the Salmon River Country. The book describes early pioneer life in the homeland of Sacajawea . . .
‘You will laugh, you will cry, and maybe, just maybe, you will have a longing for life in the ‘good old days.’’ The author grew up on a cattle ranch sixty miles west of Salmon and had first-hand experiences of ‘the way it was.’”
GHOST TOWNS OF IDAHO : THE SEARCH FOR EL DORADO By Bruce A. Raisch Paperback – 160 pages $21.95
Take a quick tour of Idaho’s many ghost towns with Bruce A. Raisch. Replete with photos and anecdotes, Raisch acknowledges, “This book is a reflection and project, not just of thousands of road miles and as many hours of research, but of Idaho and its own people. The beauty of this State, the richness of its history, and the friendliness of its people made this book not only possible but also a lot of fun to research and write.”
THE POTT’S FACTOR’S RETURN By Stanley Potts Paperback – 163 pages $20.00
Book three of the Potts series is drawn from his seven decades in the wilds of the American West.
LOOK DOWN ON THE STARS By Stanley Potts Paperback – 166 pages $19.50
In his second book, Stanley Potts offers rich detail of a lifetime in the remote and often forbidding lands of the American West.