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Arturo Longoria
paper / 978-1-62349-486-5 / $15.95
In a little-known area of South Texas, extending across the Rio Grande into Mexico, a mysterious, lush land once harbored mighty trees, bushes, and grasses--brushland home to a ... More
By John L. Tveten and Gloria Tveten
cloth / 978-1-58544-541-7 / $26.95
Polar bears in the high Arctic. Butterflies on Mexico’s mountains. Gray whales in Baja California. Golden toads in Costa Rica. Parrots in the West Indies. Albatrosses off the ... More
By Sunny Nash
cloth / 978-0-89096-716-4 / $19.95
Bigmama didn't shop at Woolworth's. It wasn't because Woolworth's charged more for things than the hawker who drove through the neighborhood; it was because black shoppers were not ... More
By Everett Gee Jackson
cloth / 978-0-89096-229-9 / $21.95

In 1923 a little train ran from Guadalajara, Mexico, to Chapala, but only twice a week. One of those excursions carried two young Americans, trained at the

By Jim W. Corder
paper / 978-1-60344-988-5 / $19.95
"I want to hear about such folks as my father and how he knows how to make cement, not by recipe, but by something in his bones. I ... More
By Rick Bass
Illustrations by Elizabeth Hughes
cloth / 978-0-89096-228-2 / $19.95
Rick Bass’s deer pasture is centered in the rustic beauty of the Texas Hill Country—a land of ravines and hallows, dark and shady, with near-vertical bluffs. In the ... More
By Stella Gipson Polk
cloth / 978-0-89096-405-7 / $16.95
Picture a tiny building in the middle of a Texassized pasture in the years before World War II, before oneroom schools were abolished in favor of consolidated town ... More
By June Osborne
Foreword by Pete Dunne
cloth / 978-1-58544-292-8 / $24.95
June Osborne really would rather be birding than doing just about anything else, and in this charming book of personal reflections, she leads readers through backyards and river ... More
By Everett Gee Jackson
cloth / 978-0-89096-296-1 / $21.95
When artist Everett Jackson and his young wife, Eileen, crossed the border from Mexico in 1927 after he had painted there for four years, they realized that Mexico ... More
By Robert Lee Maril
cloth / 978-0-89096-505-4 / $29.95 s
On the southern edge of America a diverse group of people lead ordinary lives in rather extraordinary circumstances. Mexican Americans, Anglos, and Mexican nationals meet there, in the ... More