May Finds Her Way
That is a Hat
A southwesterly blows away a rancher’s hat, leaving the ranch animals and their desert friends who find it to ponder what it could possibly be. Some are convinced it’s just a highfalutin tumbleweed. Others aren’t so sure. Children of all ages will enjoy the many clever uses the animals attribute to the cowboy hat before its puzzled owner finally reclaims it, not quite in its original condition.
2016 Recommended Read-Aloud Title,
SuperKids K-2 Reading Program,
2014 Western Writers of America,
Spur Award finalist
2014 ForeWord Review finalist
Hardcover Picture Book | $17.95
CHILDREN’S AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR
May sets out on the last great race on earth as excited as only a good sled dog could be with 1,049 miles of trail ahead. When a mishap leaves her lost and alone in the wilds of Alaska, May must concoct a plan to ensure a happy ending at the Iditarod. Not particularly wise, brave, or big, May is not sure how she will find her way home, but in the end, it will take all her fortitude to do so. Based on a true story that occurred during the 2013 Iditarod.
Betty Selakovich Casey
2015 ForeWord Review finalist
Hardcover Picture Book | $17.95 U.S.