Treat yourself to this book trailer for Pete Fromm’s latest novel, If Not For This, available now at your favorite localbookstores. Here’s what one of Fromm’s home field indies has to say:
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“I shirked a lot of household chores this weekend to finish The Home Place, which alone might not be a glowing review (who wants to do chores?), but it means I set aside everything for 2 whole days. I don’t do that very often! I just had to find out what really happened. The characters are all …
Chapter One Book Store is FORTY– and fabulous! The Hamilton, Montana indie will start celebrating on Friday, April 4th. Throughout the day will be sales. How much? On what? Stop by to find out. Their invitations promise “sales of our own quirky choosing.” Sounds fun to me! Treats and more will make Friday night fly …
It’s the 30th anniversary for Banned Books Week this week—time to celebrate your favorite banned and challenged books. At Chapter One Book Store in Hamilton, MT, they’re discounting a different banned book each day this week. Today it’s Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, which was the fifth most challenged book of 2011, according …
“Congratulations to our own Kate Davis for winning this year’s Montana Book Award!. Raptors of the West, for those who haven’t seen it yet, is a beautiful collection of breathtaking images and fascinating text about regional raptors!”—Chapter One Book Store, Hamilton, MT. Buy Raptors of the West from Chapter One.
” ‘People have abandoned their loved ones for much less than you’ve been through,’ Mira Bartók is told at her mother’s memorial service. It’s a poignant observation about the relationship between Mira, her sister, and their mentally ill mother. This beautiful and compassionate memoir is about growing up with a schizophrenic mother.”—Doreen, Chapter One Book …
“This is a heart-wrenching novel about a young Lithuanian girl during WWII who was taken in the middle of the night to a Soviet labor camp with the rest of her family. It’s an eerie, well-written book for young adult readers (ages 12 and up).”—Doreen, Chapter One Book Store, Hamilton, MT, where Mara also says: …