Titles Honored with Nautilus and Independent Book Awards

Mountaineers Books just earned three Nautilus Awards and an IPPY for books that inspire and connect our lives as individuals, communities, and global citizens.
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April 30, 2018

The Nautilus Book Awards, with the mission of "Better Books for a Better World," celebrates and honors books that support conscious living and green values, high-level wellness, positive social change, and spiritual growth. 

We’re thrilled to announce that recent Mountaineers Books and Braided River titles have been honored with 2017 Nautilus Book Award medals  including:

Yellowstone Migrations also snagged a 2018 Independent Publishers Award (IPPY) with a silver in "Environment, Ecology and Nature category"

“Each of these books is so special in its own way, and very different from one other, said editor in chief Kate Rogers. We work hard here to publish a range of books—all of which we hope are ‘better books for a better world’—so it’s gratifying to have Nautilus, as well as IPPY, recognize our efforts, and those of our amazing authors and photographers.”

“The Nautilus program celebrates books that inspire and connect our lives as individuals, communities and global citizens,” said awards director Mary Belknap.

We are proud of the books honored this year, illustrating the breadth of our range at Mountaineers Books. Yellowstone Migrations explores the invisible intersections between human and wildlife, advocating for smarter and more mindful development. A Sideways Look at Clouds not only shows off Maria Mudd Ruth's trademark wit and charm, but also explores her curiosity and eye for nature's detail  -- literally just above our heads. Found explores a personal look at the life of Bree Loewen, mountain rescue, and recovery. 


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