Hope is the Color of the Sun: A Poet Scrapbooks Her Way Back to Courage is an atypical scrapbook of creative non-fiction and poetry that captures the writer's journey back to hope and light after walking through the grief of losing her mother. The atypical scrapbook is a collection of writings in which the writing is like a scrapbook picture and the poet “captioned” each writing with when it was written and the inspiration for the writing.
Join us as we welcome Lissa Yellow Bird and Sierra Crane Murdoch for a book signing of the Pulitzer Prize Finalist book Yellow Bird: Oil, Murder, and a Woman's Search for Justice in Indian Country.
Join us as we welcome Lissa Yellow Bird and Sierra Crane Murdoch in discussion of the Pulitzer Prize Finalist book Yellow Bird: Oil, Murder, and a Woman's Search for Justice in Indian Country.
Refreshments will be provided.
The girl in lime green jeans has never quite fit in. She spends her days with her trusty steed, Lucky and canine sidekick, Trixie. But when she hears about a rodeo queen competition, she finds herself yearning to become the next rodeo queen. Could this be where she belongs? As her inner light begins to shine inside the rodeo arena, she gains the confidence to just be herself and follow her dreams.
Join us in welcoming artist and author Linda Donlin in signing her brand new book!
Donna Anderson grew up on the family farm/ranch in central Montana. Her young life was full of work, animals and watching nature unfold with the seasons. Years ago she had the opportunity to move with her family to her great grandparents homestead. It was there that she and her husband raised their family, teaching her children to love God, family, the land and heritage of the agricultural way of life. Raising kids and cows. Donna came to her faith later in her life, not growing up in it.
Book Description: Weeks before the birth of Queen Victoria, Anna Christina Schmidt was born to a German settler on the estate of a Polish noble. Unlike the Queen, the only remaining visible proof of her life is a depression in the grass behind a moss covered tombstone. This is the true story of one of the thousands of forgotten mothers who repeatedly stood at their door watching a child disappear on their way to America never expecting to see them again.
"Anyone and everyone with children, or preparing to have children, should have this guideline in their possession and on their bookshelf." - Publisher Marketing
Join us in welcoming John Bradley as he signs this parenting/self help/rules for life book at Main Street Books!
Raised in a tumultuous Chicago neighborhood and later dropping out of high school, John Bradley would go on to receive a GED and multiple behavioral science degrees from National-Louis University in Evanston, Illinois. He now lives in Minot, ND, and this is his first book.
Join us in welcoming Carolyn Moore, contributor to the motherhood blog Her View From Home and author of one of the stories in So God Made a Mother, to sign copies of the book!
Carolyn Moore works as Editor-in-Chief of the popular motherhood website Her View From Home. She helped write and edit the bestselling book “So God Made a Mother” (Tyndale Momentum, 2023) and loves helping women share their stories. A former local TV anchor/reporter in Fargo and Minot, Carolyn lives in Minot with her husband and their five kids.
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Join us in welcoming Andrea Blessum, who will be signing her TWO books - "Count Your Blessums," and her newest release, "How to Ski When You Can't Swim"
Count Your Blessums:
Ten-year-old Roger savored a bite of his hot fudge sundae as he watched his employee, Bernard, sell newspapers to the congregants streaming out of St. Mary’s Cathedral in Fargo, North Dakota. Roger’s burgeoning business afforded him this luxury once in a while.