Sunday, November 29, 2009

Limited Number of "Historic Photos of Montana" Available

At the end of this last month I discovered six NEW copies of this beautiful coffee-table-sized book Historic Photos of Montana by Gary Glynn. This title captures historic Montana in almost 200 photos on over 200 pages. It includes Glacier National Park, the Anaconda Company, Fort Missoula, Great Falls, and the Bitterroot Valley as well as other photos from around the state. This would be a great gift for those family members that either live in Montana or come to visit and wonder if they should move here. The author Gary Glynn grew up in Billings and graduated from the University of Montana, so he speaks with authority about the Big Sky state.

There are currently only five copies Historic Photos of Montana left from Reading In Montana. Order now and have it delivered before Christmas.

Catherine @ Reading In Montana

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

New Children's Books available from Reading In Montana

Just in time for the holidays, Reading In Montana has a limited number of NEW children's books available to put under the tree.

What Do You Do with a Tail Like This? by Robin Page, illustrated by Steve Jenkins.

Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi.

In My Nest (Board Book - perfect for little hands) by Sara Gillingham, illustrated by Lorena Siminovich.

Birds, Nests & Eggs (Take-Along Guide) by Mel Boring.

Tracks, Scats & Signs (Take-Along Guide) by Leslie Dendy.

Over in the Artic: Where the Cold Winds Blow by Marianne Berkes, illustrated by Jill Dubin.

I'm a Pill Bug (Nature: A Child's Eye View) by Yukihisa Tokuda, illustrated by Kiyoshi Takahasi.

Almost all of these are titles that I've happily shared with my own child and would recommend all of them to you for your children.

Reading In Montana is a small family-owned business that works with so that we can offer high quality books, great customer service, and fast shipping to most places in the world.

Please consider Reading In Montana for some of your holiday shopping. We sincerely appreciate the business.

Catherine @ Reading In Montana