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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.

SPECIAL OFFER

Three Special Valentine Day Gift Offers
From now until February 14, 2015, no returns, shipping extra. They can be sent to someone special with a card from you. So easy and so thoughtful! A gift that keeps giving.

Sweet Valentine Day Reading for kids - $25 plus shipping – your choice!

ChilePop TamalePop
A bouquet of heart shaped Lollipops with -
How Chile Came to New Mexico By Rudolfo Anaya SIGNED








or
A bouquet of heart shaped Lollipops with -
Grandma Lale’s Tamales – By Nasario Garcia SIGNED









Hot Stuff - $22 plus shipping
ChileTrvia
Chile Trivia - By Dave Dewitt, The Pope of Peppers
With a sampling of salsa – Can of Hatch Chopped Green Chiles – 4 oz., 505 Flame Roasted Green Chile Single 2oz. portable salsa, and El Pinto 3oz. medium salsa.







Food Close to My Heart - $15 plus shipping
2Cookbks
A pouch of culinary lavender, .25 oz. with
Our Favorite Recipes by Albuquerque The Magazine
Cooking With Lavender By Suzanne Smith







Spaced Out! - $25 plus shipping
OutWorld
Astronaut Ice Cream – Publisher’s choice of flavor,
Out of This World – By Loretta Hall SIGNED








Start BBQing & Sauce - $15 plus shipping
StartFire
Startin’ The Fire - By George Hensler with
A bottle of Kraft BBQ Sauce – 18 oz.







Great Winter Reader - Both Books for Kids in Grades 2-5, $20 plus shipping
LizardTrampa
Grandpa Lolo & Trampa and The Talking Lizard: New Mexico’s Mystery & Magic both by Nasario Garcia and illustrated by Jeremy Montoya.





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Congratulations to:

2014 Southwest Book of the Year by Border Regional Library Association
How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Nicolas Otero, and translated by Nasario García


2014 Remarkable Latino Children’s Literature from Latinas for Latino Lit
How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Nicolas Otero, and translated by Nasario García


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


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


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