October Releases: Nature & Movement

We are so excited about these six new releases! Gorgeous owl photography, detailed information and illustrations on the Douglas-fir tree, two new Urban Trails guidebooks, and monthly inspiration for everyday movement.
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September 30, 2020
October Releases: Nature & Movement

These six books are the last new releases of 2020! We have two new books (Snowy Owl and Great Gray Owl) from award-winning author and photographer Paul Bannick, two new additions to our popular Urban Trails series (Spokane/Coeur d'Alene and Vancouver, WA), an in-depth look at the spectacular Douglas-fir tree, and an approachable fitness book perfect for getting you through the dreary winter (24  Ways to Move More). Check them out!

24 Ways to Move More: Monthly Inspiration for Health & Movement
by Nicole Tsong


24 Ways to Move More is an accessible, fun approach to movement and fitness. It provides two new movement activities to try each month, tips on how to get started, goal setting, and inspirational journal prompts. 

Events Coming Up:
10/1/20: Book Launch Hosted by Elliot Bay Books | Register
10/15/20: How to Begin Again - Take on a Beginner's Mindset to Help You Move More, Every Day | Register

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Snowy Owl & Great Gray Owl
by Paul Bannick

These two beautiful, full-color books delve into the natural history of these owl species, including the latest research, providing readers with comprehensive yet accessible looks at their preferred habitats, hunting and feeding behaviors, mating and nesting actions, and adorable owlets and fledglings. 


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Urban Trails: Spokane/Coeur D'Alene by Rich Landers & David Taylor


This new addition to our Urban Trails series covers the Spokane, WA and Coeur D'Alene, Idaho regions. Highlights include Spokane's 63-Mile Centennial Trail described in seven approachable segments and Coeur d'Alene's natural areas of Canfield Mountain and Fernan Lake. 

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Urban Trails: Vancouver, WA
by Craig Romano


This new addition to our Urban Trails series covers all of Clark County from the Columbia River to the trails in the Yacolt Burn State Forest, the Longview-Kelso and Kalama areas in neighboring Cowlitz County, and some hikes in Battle Ground, Ridgefield, La Center, Camas, and Washougal. 

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Douglas Fir: The Story of the West's Most Remarkable Tree
by Stephen Arno & Carl Fiedler


This in-depth look at the West's most famous tree, the Douglas-fir, covers everything from how humans have used this tree throughout history to forest fires to the animals that rely on them. This book also features a guide to the most notable Douglas-firs in the United States and Canada, perfect inspiration for your next road trip!

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