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Windsong of the Salmon

$52.00 - Cloth Hardcover with Dustjacket, 238 pages
by Larry Happ
Windsong of the Salmon has as a central theme the conflict, both environmentally and financially, between the timber/logging industry and the sa. . . (read more)
Weaving Color Into Sacred Spaces

$15.00 - Spiral Bound, 146 pages
by Darcy J. MacPherson
This guide takes you through the world of color, guiding you to develop a restorative space. It presents infinite possibilities in working with . . . (read more)
You're Gonna Die
My Journey to Survive
$19.95 - Softcover, 114 pages
by Jesse and Beverly Campbell
A story of a seemingly healthy and vital individual who is suddenly told he has stage 4 bladder cancer with the likelihood that his life might e. . . (read more)
El Corazon de Terlingua
Stories and Photographs of the Mining Camp
$18.95 - Softcover, 144 pages
by Joseph C. Cepeda
The iconic ghost town of Terlingua, Texas has a rich history - a history that began when cinnabar mineralization was discovered in the area. Th. . . (read more)
Shady Park Coteries

$15.00 - Softcover, 126 pages
by Carzel R. Slaton
Carzel 'Razor' Slaton in his astonishing new novel, 'Shady Park Coteries,' has composed about a south side legend of Atlanta, GA., Black Jesus, . . . (read more)
Don't Ask Permission

$16.00 - Softcover, 252 pages
by Carol Horner

Take an abandoned farmhouse, a dilapidated barn, and a rickety chicken coop on the end of an island in Puget Sound, add nine adventurous . . . (read more)
For the Good of the Order
The Braget Farm and Land Use in the Nisqually Valley
$29.95 - Softcover, 346 pages
by Timothy W Ransom, Ph.D.
For the Good of the Order is a story of the social, political, and economic forces at play in the struggle over land use in western Washington S. . . (read more)
Clara Did the Work
The Diaries of Mary Ann Porter Harrington
$35.00 - Softcover, 464 pages
by Courtney A. Clements
In nine diaries written between 1872 and 1891, Mary Ann Porter Harrington provided a detailed look at daily life on her central Massachusetts fa. . . (read more)
አንዳንዴ ከሳሚ ጋር እና ሌሎችም

$18.88 - Softcover, 315 pages
by Mengistu M
A novel written in Amharic language. Based on Ethiopians’ culture, tradition, and psychology
Begin Again
41 Stories by Paul Lowance Niebanck
$16.95 - Softcover, 302 pages
by Paul Niebanck

It's a long and a dusty road, it's a hot and a heavy load
And the folks that I meet ain't always kind
Some are bad, some are . . . (read more)
A Man Inspired by God
The Art, Music & Ministry of Elder Anderson Johnson
$29.95 - Softcover, 157 pages
by Yvonne Johnson Carter & Vernon L. Carter Jr.
What happens to a little boy who is struck by lightning and knocked unconscious when he is just eight years old? Young Anderson Johnson immediat. . . (read more)
Puget Sound's Tom Sawyer
$18.95 - Softcover, 246 pages
by David Arthur Nelson & J. Michael Moyer
These are the memoir stories of David Nelson. David, born at Bremerton in 1936, spent most of his life in the Puget Sound communities of Port Or. . . (read more)
Providence White Caps
The Diary of Bernice Lorang, RN
$24.99 - Softcover, 290 pages
by Judith Jacobs Litchfield
Every journey starts with a dream. It was a thankful spark that began young Bernice Lorang on a path toward becoming a Registered Nurse. Happily. . . (read more)
The String Lady & Pete

$30.00 - Softcover, 660 pages
by Bob McCarthy
SEASONAL SALE Before Twitter, before Yahoo, before Facebook, humans talked wrote letters, a. . . (read more)

$17.95 - Softcover, 296 pages
by Bruce Angus
Starting in the ‘50s, this light-hearted memoir tracks a young Canadian’s trials and transitions through young adulthood. When family colla. . . (read more)
An American Picture Bride

$19.95 - Softcover, 180 pages
by Toy Kay
This is the story of how Toy coped with living in two cultures. She was born in Butte, Montana in 1924, yet her upbringing was solely aligned wi. . . (read more)
None Were Lost
The Prinsendam Fire and Rescue
$39.95 - Hardcover, 440 pages
by Stephen J. Corcoran
This is the history of the rescue of the 519 passengers and crew from the burning cruise ship Prinsendam in the Gulf of Alaska on October 4, 198. . . (read more)
Who Am I

$21.95 - Hardcover, Printed and Laminated, 98 pages
by Lloyd Armogan
This fundamental question: — Who Am I? — has occupied the minds of generations of Humans from supposedly the beginning of Human Existence as. . . (read more)
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