Round Up: Titles for Aficionados

Wild Sugar: Seasonal Treats Inspired by the Mountain West
By Lindsey Johnson with Chase Reynolds Ewald

Wild Sugar: Seasonal Treats Inspired by the Mountain West is a welcome addition to the kitchen bookshelf. Artist, interior designer, baker, and photographer Lindsey Johnson of Freedom, Wyoming — along with writer Chase Reynolds Ewald — shares detailed instructions, decorating tips, and hints so that any home baker can embrace their sweet tooth and indulge in flavor profiles inspired by the mountains, wildlife, and wildflowers of the West. Johnson is known for her inventive wedding cakes and artful baked goods. With more than 50 recipes and additional directions for frostings, fillings, and toppings, her cookbook will help home cooks prepare showcase-worthy cookies, pies, cakes, and sweets, all while savoring Johnson’s stories of inspiration.

$35  |  224 pages  |  February 2024
Gibbs Smith

Most Trout Don’t Read: Lessons from Time 
on the Water
Written by Scot Bealer
Photography by Lea Frye

Fly-fishing instructor and author Scot Bealer and wildlife photographer Lea Frye craft an engaging guide to fly fishing in the Northern Rockies in Most Trout Don’t Read: Lessons from Time on the Water. With often humorous narration, Bealer shares invaluable lessons learned on the water during his multiple decades angling in the West. Currently an instructor for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Hooked on Fishing program, Bealer reveals the importance of curiosity, patience, and a keen eye for detail, and readers will learn — with the help of Frye’s illustrative images — the value of spending quality time on the water.

$19.95  |  184 pages  |  January 2024
Sweetgrass Books

Grizzly 399: The World’s Most Famous Mother Bear
Written by Todd Wilkinson
Foreword by Anderson Cooper
Photography by Thomas D. Mangelsen

In Grizzly 399: The World’s Most Famous Mother Bear, renowned nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen shares a rare glimpse into the daily life, livelihood, and tribulations of Grizzly 399, the bear he has been tracking for the last two decades throughout Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding region. Paired with environmental journalist Todd Wilkinson’s speculations on American grizzlies’ struggles to successfully navigate ecosystems that are in constant flux due to issues both political and environmental, this volume is intent on motivating readers to engage in the fight to keep the 
wild, wild.

$60  |  240 pages  |  September 2023

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