Early Endorsements Arrive For Yellowstone Book

A 1884 sketch by Welshman Thomas H. Thomas reproduced in Through Early Yellowstone.

A 1884 sketch by Welshman Thomas H. Thomas reproduced in Through Early Yellowstone.

Early endorsements and reviews are pouring in for Granite Peak Productions’ latest title, Through Early Yellowstone: Adventuring by Bicycle, Covered Wagon, Foot, Horseback, and Skis, a compilation of historic travel accounts selected and annotated by Janet Chapple. The book is scheduled to be released June 1, 2016.

“Stories and graphics combine to make Through Early Yellowstone a beautiful, informative, and highly entertaining read.” —Diane Prokop, Foreword Reviews, Summer 2016

“A fresh and exciting Yellowstone anthology featuring remarkable, untold stories, some astounding, newly discovered nineteenth-century art, insightful perspectives and a welcome, original voice in the park’s expansive literary saga.” —Peter Hassrick, Director Emeritus, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, April 6, 2016

Granite Peak Publications is participating in several festivals this year. Through Early Yellowstone will be displayed in the Independent Book Publishers Association booth at Book Expo America May 11-13 and then for the 10,000 fans at the public BookCon on May 14, both in Chicago. They will be at the second annual Bay Area Book Festival on June 4 and 5.

Preorders of Through Early Yellowstone are available through Granite Peak’s website or by writing to webmaster@yellowstonetreasures.com to get on the list for the first copies available.