and secret, puzzling clues lead back to Treasure Islandwhere courage, cunning and mutual trust are the onlyweapons that can save Hawkins and Silver from certaindeath and lead them to the treasure.Return to Treasure Island, filled with mystery, action, Jim’snewfound love, and codes that you can unravel yourself, isthe perfect choice for an exciting and fun-filled read, yescurvy knave!
Hardcover 376 Pages 6” x 9”ISBN: 9780972976138Retail: $19.95
within the confederacy of theSouthern States, Red Beard hasprowled the Caribbean watersplundering ships for his cause andburying the spoils.In this tale the Meriwetherencounters a fleet of six Spanishvessels loaded with treasure fromSouth America. Against all odds, adaring plan is hatched, followed by atraitorous bargain between Silver andRed Beard.
Softcover 30 Pages 5.5” x 8.5”ISBN: None
Retail Value: $4.95
While supplies last. Special applies to all orders of Return to Treasure Island onwww.SunbeltBooks.comas well as on any
by request during the month of February 2012.
Tuesday, February 14, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm,
Arizona's 100th Birthday
Story of the American West authors, Carol Sletten & Eric Kramer, will be at an ArizonaProject Legacy Booth signing copies of their book and selling Carol's art related to thebook's illustrations and Arizona History (Arizona State Capitol (grounds) - 1700 W.Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85007).
Thursday, Febraury 16, 4:30pm - 5:30 pm, Literate LizardsBook Discussion
Join the authors of Story of the American West at the MustangLibrary for a discussion of their history of Arizona. (MustangLibrary - 10101 N. 90th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85258 (408) 312-7323).
February 18, 11:00 am-1:00 pm, Authors Commemorate AZ Centennial
Celebrate Arizona's big Centennial with Carol Sletten and Eric Kramer. These co-authors of Story of the American West: Legends of Arizonawill be signing their book at Book Rack inMesa, AZ. (Book Rack--2665 East Broadway Road, Suite B106, Mesa, AZ, 85204(480) 649-3380).