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Before North Dakota obtained statehood and entered the Union as a dry state, the region's commercial beer industry thrived. A lengthy era of temperance forced locals to find clever ways to get a beer, such as crossing the Montana and Minnesota borders for a pint, smuggling beer over the rails and brewing at home.
After Prohibition, the state's farmers became national leaders in malting barley production, serving the biggest brewers in the world. However, local breweries struggled until 1995, when the first wave of brewpubs arrived on the scene. A craft brewing renaissance this century led to an explosion of more than a dozen craft breweries and brewpubs in less than a decade.
Alicia Underlee Nelson recounts North Dakota's journey from a dry state to a booming craft beer hub.
Mattie Richardson is a local author who lives in Sheldon, ND, and started writing when she was 13 years-old. She currently has seven titles: Appaloosy, Dusty's Trail, Golden Sunrise, Day and Night, The Secret of the Hemlock Forest, Blackberry Blossom, and The Day and Night Enrichment Guide.
She also speaks at schools, libraries, and other venues.
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Marlene Norris has a master’s degree in education with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree from the University of North Dakota. In addition to her years of professional teaching, she has given 73 professional speeches to high school English classes within a four-state area about various kinds of writing. Marlene enjoys bicycling and lives with her husband, Roger, in Wilton, North Dakota.
Brave Crow Comics self-publishes graphic novels on historical figures. Such as my new book on Abraham Lincoln
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There are quite a few books already out in the world concerning grief, so why do I feel the need to write another? First, over the 22 years of working in a funeral home and making grief visits to over 3,000 families, I was gifted with multitudes of rich, inspirational stories. Many of these appear in my book, Incomplete . If they weren't put into print, they would be gone. They are all true (names changed to protect privacy). Secondly, people wonder, "How do I deal with this unbelievably difficult loss?" Included are coping mechanisms. These need to be expressly stated. They ease the pain. And lastly, my grandchildren's grandchildren may find themselves with loss. Devastating loss. Grief beyond belief. Perhaps they will pluck my book from the shelf, blow off the dust, and find just what they need to get back into life again.
Cheezytoons are the most Remarkable Cartoon Cheese Characters promoting the healthy benefits of cheeses from all over the world through the eyes of our "Cheezy People" with unique whimsical fun! Cheezytoons presents our first storybook in the series, Step Into A World Of Cheese - Mornings at the Market by Wzy & Bnz. This is a children's picture book. Summary: Mornings at the Market are very busy as Cheezytoons prepare for the day!
The chief mission of Clovis House is the publishing and dissemination of books. We also do book and multimedia promotion. In terms of regional focus, we are involved in "publishing and promoting the Great American West" [the vast region that lies west of the Mississippi River in the United States]. Because we are based in North Dakota, we are especially interested in books and media projects dealing with our state and the Northern Great Plains region.
Stephanie Marrufo Books has just published our first children's book called "All the Ways I Hear You" that seeks to highlight and embrace a diverse group of deaf and hard of hearing children and their various hearing devices and communication styles. Promoting inclusion, self-love and increasing societal awareness are our top priorities.
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Discovery Express Kids offers books, games, and activities for hands-on science and math education. Our STEM-based activities and fun, educational games work as well at home as they do in the classroom. Contact us to schedule an after school or summer program, or visit our website for product information.
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We write, publish, and sell biographical books under the titles "Did You Know That" and "Fascinating North Dakotan's," which are about fascinating people who have lived in North Dakota.
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We strive to build upon our reputation as the best-read ag publication in the Upper Midwest by providing pertinent news and advertising sources. Our role is to inform while serving as a conduit between our valued advertising customers and our loyal readers. Customer satisfaction is our main focus in our ongoing quest to exceed our goals for market, professional and personal growth. Farm & Ranch Guide is distributed free to over 31,000 qualified farmers and ranchers in North Dakota and Minnesota with additional paid subscribers in South Dakota and Montana. Published every other Friday, Farm & Ranch Guide is direct mailed as a 2nd class "requested" periodical.
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Heather Earles is the author of the book, To Know Her Calling, and a new book, Prisoner Within, that will come out this Summer. She also makes handmade cross necklaces with her son on the side.
The mission of HigherSpeaking is to give people hope in what is to come after this life, strength to never give up, and faith in what they cannot see.
Hvinden Publications is a husband and wife team of author/writers and researchers who write and publish books on North Dakota churches, genealogy, history and sports. They do their own editing, layout and design from beginning to end. They work through a Grand Forks business for printing what they don't do themselves. Both Marlan L. and Nancy Borgeson Hvinden are UND graduates. Marlan is a former newspaper editor and county auditor. In 1979 he was the first editor and a co-owner of DAKOTA COUNTRY magazine, a North Dakota Outdoor magazine. Between them they have over 100 years of experience in researching and writing.
Our books are available directly from us as well as from selected retailers.
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Books by author James Karn take children back to a simpler time when tractors were beginning to replace horses on a Midwestern farm.
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soft sole baby shoes
- Keeps toes warm
- Custom fit as elastic can be adjusted, which helps keep the socks on
- Soft soles allow room to move and grow
- Ready for gift giving and packaged in an organza gift bag
- Vegan friendly
- Made in the ND
Pickles The Dog books are loosely based on the life of a real dog named Pickles. She was a dog rescued from a flood. She had been adopted and returned to a shelter several times and things were not looking so well for her. My mother-in-law decided to adopted Pickles and helped her learn and adjust to a new home. I am so grateful she did because Pickles is such a sweet girl who is happy to meet everyone!
Keith Norman Books provides columns and commentary based on the history of the region to print publications. The company also self-publishes fiction and nonfiction books. All of the works of fiction are either set in North Dakota or have strong ties to the state. The nonfiction explores topics involving the history of the American West with a particular emphasis on North Dakota's past.
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Lela Peterson's two books are as follows:
Selma: Swedish Fortitude on the North Dakota Frontier
Tells the story of her mother's family coming to America. Her grandfather, Johan, came to ND to homestead. His wife, Selma, came the following year. She brought two sons and one daughter, Lela's mother. Selma left behind her little baby and oldest eight-year-old daughter. Little did they know they would never, ever return.
Pencil Shavings: Growing Up in a One-Room Country School on the North Dakota Prairie
This story tells of Lela's experiences while attending a country school for eight years. "I raised the container over his head and watched the pencil shavings fall." For doing this little shenanigan Lela was locked in the toilet for a whole day. This book contains touching, sad, hilarious and delightful stories.
Sue is a motivational speaker and author who has a gift of encouraging others with her "tell it like it is" approach. Her honest and forthright communication style is laced with care and love to see others become the people they were meant to be. She shares from her heart on how she broke free of years of substance abuse in person and through her book titled "Carried by Faith: From Substance Sbuse to a Life Filled with Miracles."
Highly sought after speaker for conferences as a main speaker and break out sessions at women's groups, youth events and recovery groups.
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Stephanie Edwards is a ND author who has published her first children's book The Color of My Love and is in the process of publishing her second book meant for those about to embark into adulthood or a new chapter of their life.
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North Dakota Horizons magazine is published quarterly by Clearwater Communications and showcases North Dakota’s people, places and events in colorful pictures and stories. The annual North Dakota Horizons scenic calendar presents stunning photography from across the state. It was founded in 1971 by the Greater North Dakota Association, now the Greater North Dakota Chamber of Commerce.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection (GRHC) offers more than 600 items for purchase, including more than 60 cookbooks. Items consist of a variety of cultural books, including North Dakota and South Dakota books, cookbooks, maps, CD’s and DVD’s relating to the Germans from Russia.
North Dakota Farmers Union is the largest general farm organization in the state of North Dakota with more than 50,000 member families. The organization is committed to the advancement of family farm and ranch agriculture, and quality of life for people everywhere.
Farmers Union provides educational programs for youth and adults, legislative advocacy, services to cooperatives and members (including insurance and travel opportunities), and events that benefit family farmers and rural communities.
North Dakota State University Press gives region a voice. Our focus is on works that aide our understanding of the Red River Valley, the state of North Dakota, and the northern plains and prairies. We publish scholarly and literary works (nonfiction, fiction, and poetry), relying on standard university press processes of acquisition, including peer review. Our prize-winning selections of manuscripts range from young adult novels to scientific studies. Additionally, we provide students experiential learning and the opportunity to earn our Certificate in Publishing as they assist in our day-to-day operations. Interns gain experience in acquisitions, production, marketing & publicity, and distribution. We host the annual Poetry of the Plains and Prairies Award, and we also publish works in two series: The Contemporary Voice of Indigenous Poeples and The Heritage Guide Series.
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We are two brothers, hailing from Fargo, ND. We love the arts: culinary, fine, musical, martial; you name it. It is our humble privilege to present to you our works. Granted, there isn’t much to offer you, at this point. Though please note that we have plenty more to come. We thoroughly appreciate your patronage and the time you took to indulge in the worlds we have had the pleasure of experiencing over the past few decades.
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Former North Dakota resident Tom Newgard has authored "Patterns on the Praire," a book about North Dakota churches printed in Gwinner, ND.
“Nothing Hidden” is a historical fiction mystery novel set in 1912. It is a story of a young woman who dies following a community dance in a small North Dakota town; a colorful account of early life in North Dakota.
We Sell Food, Souvenirs, Crafts, Gifts, and Gift Baskets From Pride of Dakota. Visit Our Store Now! Prairie Creek, a retail store in the Bismarck Gateway Mall, is your one-stop Pride of Dakota store, which carries over 100 Pride of Dakota members' products. Pride of Dakota gift baskets are available in all price ranges, and many different sizes, for family, friends and businesses. Whether your order is big or small, we can make it to suit your needs. Mail out service is also available.
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We sell tea towels, aprons, quilted table runners and squares, and two books: The Gift and Light out of Darkness
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Sandy Blanes, author, is back in North Dakota after over 40 years residing stateside and abroad. Ms. Blanes writing expresses her state, national and international experiences first in her "Missile Kid" series and in her first picture book, "Where's MY Grandma?"
Book 1 "Missile Kids on the Road Again”, of this historical fiction series, depicts the life of the Boeing Missileer families who migrated throughout the Midwest to install the defense system. “Where’s MY Grandma?” is a family story from Brazil that focuses on how one little girl gets her very own grandmother.
Penny Wolf has written four children’s books: “A Cow Named Sue,” “Bea's Almost Bad Day,” “Mo” and rhyming picture books. "Othello is Missing" is a chapter book for 9-12-year-olds. She also handcrafts many gift items including quilts.
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Selling the book "You don't need 10" by North Dakota native Katie Taylor Wyman. The book is about Paisley Wyman and the struggles she has endured being born limb different.
The Jar Bar offers wide variety of canned goods. Using creativity and family recipes, their products include, jams, jellies, salsa, pickled items, sauces, brandied cherries and much, much more.
You can find The Jar Bar's products at Dakota Nuts and Candy, the local farmers markets and vendor shows across the state.
The Jar Bar is also excited to present they will be selling a children's book this year, "Toaster the Elephant Tortoise." The book is written and self published by The Jar Bar owner Kristine Kostuck.
Dr. Preston C. VanLoon has extensive experience integrating forgiveness in his work as a college professor, pastor, chaplain, and mental health counselor.
He takes the reader down “the path to forgiveness” one step at a time through a series of thought provoking meditations.
Each meditation addresses different aspects of the forgiveness process and is followed with a question for reflection and personal affirmation.
Tim Leer’s Weirdles partnership was formed to market the comic strip, “Weirdles.” Each comic takes a common expression, feeds it through the "weirdles" filter, and creates something fun (and sometimes a little crazy). The meaning of the words is now different, and the drawing completes the transformation.
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William Heinzen is the author of the medieval fantasy novel Warrior of Light and its sequel, City of Darkness. Heinzen regularly attends and speaks on creative writing at science fiction and fantasy conventions in North Dakota, including Fargo-Moorhead Comic-Con, Fargo ValleyCon, Minot iMagicon, and Bismarck Comic-Con. Heinzen has presented on creative writing at the University of Jamestown, Magic City High School, and Bismarck High School.