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LPD Press & Rio Grande Books

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One of the most comprehensive locations for information on art and culture in the Southwest,
with information on traditional and contemporary
Native American and Hispanic arts, Southwestern history, and books.

TWO SPECIAL BUNDLES FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Six Months of Reading For Kids
Give a special someone six books to read OR get six different books that you can give as gifts to special kids. And to make it special for you save over $30 on list prices.

How Hollyhocks Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya
How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya
Grandma Lale’s Tamales by Nasario García
Los Chilitos by Viola Peña
Shoes for the Santo Niño by Peggy Pond Church
The Tale of the Pronghorned Cantaloupe by Sabra Brown Steinsiek

$120 for six books with FREE shipping to one address — SAVE over $30/25%







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Six Months of Reading For Adults
And we didn’t forget adults!
Six different books of mystery, humor, murder, and suspense.

Duels, Gunfights & Shootouts by Don Bullis
Home Country by Slim Randles
Old West Trivia by Don Bullis
Murder, Mystery, & Mayhem by Richard Melzer and John Taylor
UNSOLVED by Don Bullis
Avenging Victorio by Dave DeWitt

$90 with FREE shipping to one address — SAVE over $30/25%






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Congratulations to the Rio Grande Books Winners in the 2014 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards
Gold Medal, Multicultural Children's Picture Book How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Nicolas Otero, and translated by Nasario García


Congratulations to the Rio Grande Books Winners in the 2014 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards

Best Book How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Nicolas Otero, and translated by Nasario García
Best Book Space Pioneers in their own words by Loretta Hall
Best Cover Design (larger than 6x9) How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Nicolas Otero, and translated by Nasario García
Best Cover Design (smaller than 6x9) Saddle Up: A Cowboy Guide to Writing by Slim Randles
Children's Picture Book bilingual How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Nicolas Otero, and translated by Nasario García
History-New Mexico Bernalillo by Nasario García
History-New Mexico UNSOLVED by Don Bullis
How-to Book Saddle Up: A Cowboy Guide to Writing by Slim Randles
Nonfiction-Other Max Evans and a few friends by Ollie Reed, Jr, Ruth E Francis, and Slim Randles
Science Space Pioneers in their own words by Loretta Hall
Young Readers Grandpa Lolo and Trampa by Nasario García


Congratulations to the Rio Grande Books Finalists in the 2014 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards

Anthology UNSOLVED by Don Bullis
Anthology Literacy Alive by Sharleen Daugherty
Anthology Max Evans and a few friends by Ollie Reed, Jr, Ruth E Francis, and Slim Randles
Fiction-Other Literacy Alive by Sharleen Daugherty
History-New Mexico Family History in the Rio Abajo by Andres Armijo
History-New Mexico Space Pioneers in their own words by Loretta Hall
Multi-cultural Family History in the Rio Abajo by Andres Armijo
Young Adult Literacy Alive by Sharleen Daugherty
Best Cover Design Family History in the Rio Abajo by Andres Armijo
Best Cover Design Space Pioneers in their own words by Loretta Hall




LPD Press & Rio Grande Books


Faith and art have always been bound together, especially in the Southwest and the old Hispanic villages of New Mexico. LPD Press has built a regional publishing company whose mission is to share the stories of faith, history, culture, and art found in the Hispanic Southwest. Rio Grande Books has taken that foundation and has expanded beyond the boundaries of New Mexico and explores the history and culture of the entire Southwest. Together, they are recording tradition.

"Among their books are works on Hispanic pottery and historical works about Archbishop Jean Baptiste Lamy and Frank Applegate, who helped develop the art movement in New Mexico" -- Albuquerque Journal