ALONE: emotional, legal and financial help for the widowed or divorced woman. by Helen Antoniak.
Support, guidance, and practical information for the woman who must cope with the grief and legal and financial realities of losing a husband. Considers money management, credit, insurance, investments, credit, estate planning.213 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-89807-933-8. 1979. Order #: CEAR3635 paper$6.95.
THE BASIC ESSENTIALS OF WOMEN IN THE OUTDOORS. by Judith Niemi.
Organizing trips with other women, equipment, and special womens' perspectives in outdoors, women's first-aid kits. Campsites, hygiene, clothing, knots, fire, and having fun. Illustrated, 72 pages, index.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-934802-56-4. 1990. Order #: ICSB9425 paper$5.99.
BEYOND THE LOVE GAME: an inner guide to finding your mate. by Robert Scheid.
Ideas about how to find the right mate, essential characteristics of a relationship, what to look for, how to communicate, plus What is love?, What is the nature of sex? Answers questions that can lead to removal of the roadblocks to love. 144 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89807-254-6. 1980. Order #: CEAR3546 paper$7.95.
BOLD WOMEN IN COLORADO HISTORY. by Phyllis J. Perry.
For ages 12 and up. From pioneers to playwrights, educators to entrepreneurs, portrays ten heroines who helped make Colorado what it is today. Included are Isabella Bird, Augusta Tabor, Molly Brown, and more. 159 pages, photographs.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-87842-584-6. Order #: MOPR7919 paper$12.00.
BREAST CARE: Fit Self-Improvement Series #2. by Jo Ann Souza.
Answers all the questions about the female breast--from pregnancy and breast-feeding to breast cancer and plastic surgery. Learn how exercise can make the breast appear fuller, and how to keep firm and shapely even after pregnancy and childbirth. Find the right bra and fashion to make the most of the figure. Explains the physical makeup of the breast and what happens during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. Gives the truth about breast cancer--factors that increase or decrease the risk, how to perform self-examinations. Photographs, 96 large-format pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89037-259-4. 1983. Order #: ANWO3473 paper$7.95.
CLASS ACTS: stories from Emily Griffith
Opportunity School. Carolyn Brink.
Inspiring stories of success by people who attended the famous school. 160 pages, illus.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 98-0-86541-079-4. Order #: FILT8570 paper$12.95.
CONVERSATIONS: working women talk about doing a "man's job". by Terry Wetherby.
Interview with women in traditionally male occupations--biochemist, race-car driver, TV executive, truck driver, chaplain, bank president, handywoman, dairy farmer, welder, airline pilot, stunt woman, and more. Reveals the hard facts about opportunity, identity, perseverance, ability and discrimination. What they really do on the job and how they feel about it, how they got where they are, how they see themselves, and what they hope for in the future. 269 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89087-922-2. 1977. Order #: CEAR3659 paper$6.95.
CURLERS AND CAMPING. Betty Tucker. A guide for the single female (perhaps with
her children): why to go, where to go, how to go, including what to do if.... Illustrated, 36 pages, index..
Inventory = 10. ISBN: 0-910856-42-7 1971. Order #LASI4899 paper$3.95.
DOC SUSIE: mountain doctor. Griffith.
Country doctor in Grand County for more than 40 years beginning in 1909. For grades 3-5.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-108-1. Order #: FILT8577 paper$8.95.
EAT, PRAY, LOVE: one woman's search for everything across Italy, India, and Indonesia. by Elizabeth Gilbert.
Following a major life change, author set out to examine three different aspects of her nature set against the backdrop of three different cultures: pleasure in Italy, devotion in India, and in Indonesia's Bali a balance between worldly enjoyment and divine transcendence. 335 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-14-303841-2. 2007. Used; cover stained. Order #: VIKI1049 paper$15.00.
EATING RIGHT: before, during, and after pregnancy. Whelan.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: MISC3619 paper$6.95.
EVERY WOMAN'S GUIDE TO TIME MANAGEMENT. by Donna Goldfein.
A personalized system of controlling time. Points out that the first step toward gaining more time for yourself is learning to control time. Analyzes time traps as well as proven techniques of organization that will free hours to pursue personal interests. Learn to establish priorities; set time limits; schedule realistically; communicate effectively; simplify tasks; systematize, delegate, anticipate problems; make productive habits second nature. 128 pagers.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89087-924-9. 1977. Order #: CEAR3642 paper$5.95.
FAREWELLS ARE ONLY BEGINNINGS. by George Betts.
Poems of the ordinary, everyday events, the joys and sorrows each of us experience; these help us understand our experiences--to value them as special gifts. Betts brings us an awareness of self and the importance of each moment, each experience.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89087-211-2. 1977. Order #: CEAR3551 paper$6.95.
FIRST GOVERNOR, FIRST LADY--John and Eliza Routt of Colorado. Joyce B. Lohse.
A dual biography of Colorado’s first governor John L. Routt and his wife, Eliza. The Routts came to Colorado when John was appointed territorial governor. They stayed for the rest of their lives. John was elected governor twice and served one term as Denver’s mayor. Their story is the exciting story of early days of Colorado statehood. Foreword by former Governor Richard Lamm. 192 pages. Illustrated with maps and photographs. 2003 EVVY Award Winner. First Governor, First Lady was awarded the Best Biography awarded by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-063-3. Order #: FILT4222paper$7.50.
THE FIRST LADIES. Klapthor.
Personal sides and contributions made by all US Presidents' wives Washington to Clinton--personalities, education, family roles, challenges, contributions. 44 color illustrations, 96 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-912308-50-8. Order #:INPU9204 paper$9.95.
FLORENCE RENA SABIN: pioneer scientist. by Sybil Downing & Jane Valentine Barker.
Story of early Colorado woman medical scientist, for children. Sabin's research eventually led to the discovery of the lymphatic system. Then initiated the fight to establish public health regulations in Colorado. Among her honors is the place for her image in the U.S. Capitol Sanctuary Hall as one of the state's most distinguished citizens. Drawings, 99 pages.
Inventory = Check stock. ISBN: 0-87108-237-3. 1981. Order #: JABA9427paper$4.50.
THE FOREST ROSE: a tale of the frontier. Bennett
Rose Forester, orphaned by her father's
death at the Battle of Cowpens during the American Revolution, was captured by
native Americans and carried away from her remote forest home in eastern Ohio near Lancaster and the Hocking Valley. Rescue came through a boy who loved here and an old mountain man. May be fiction and not necessarily factually accurate. Originally written in late 1800s about a time a century earlier. Once was required reading for some students in Ohio. 118 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-8214-0128-9. 1973. Order #:SWAL3736 cloth$7.50.
HELEN HUNT JACKSON: selected Colorado writings. Helen Hunt Jackson.
In this collection, Professor Mark I. West introduces the modern reader to
Jackson's travel descriptions, fiction and poetry. These selections were written
and published while she lived in Colorado Springs and have as their subject
either frontier life in Colorado, or the natural beauty of the area.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-064-0 Order #: FILT5883 paper$12.95.
HEROINES OF DIXIE: spring of high hopes. by Katharine M. Jones.
In their own words, the story of the Civil War told by the Southern women who lived through it-what life was like in the Confederacy.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89176-032-6. 1983. Order #: MOCK4675 paper$2.50.
I AM CHRYSTIE. by Chrystie Jenner.
Millions witnessed Bruce Jenner's capture of an Olympic gold medal in the decathlon and the elation of his wife, Chrystie, at his success. Here she recounts the challenges living up to that victory, recalled from notes in a log book she kept. Also explored are the feelings of a person living in someone else's glory and of finding ways to discover herself and of the mental and emotional changes in her transition.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89087-925-7 1977. Order #: CEAR3658 paper$6.95.
LETTERS OF A WOMAN HOMESTEADER. Elinore Pruitt Stewart.
Widow and mother proved up her own homestead near Burnt Fork, Wyoming, after marring her rancher employer. Delightful letters , written 1909-1913 authentically depict an Old West. These are little stories of people, events, holidays, filing claims, a funeral back in the day. 1980 film Heartland based on these letters.
Inventory =1. ISBN: 978-0-8032-5193-9. 1961, reprinted 1989. University of New Mexico Press Bison Book. Order #: UNNE1807 paper$14.95.
MARIE CURIE: a life. Quinn.
Biography of X-ray pioneer. 509 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: .Order #: SISC4569 cloth$30.00.
MY LIFE WITH THE CHIMPANZEES. by Jane Goodall.
The fascinating story of one of the world's most celebrated naturalists. Goodall ventured into the forests of Africa to learn of the ways of wild chimpanzees--intelligent animals whose lives, in work and play and family relationships, she found to bear a surprising resemblance to our own. Photographs, 166 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-671-56271-1. 1996. Order #: SISC6322 paper$3.99.
NATIONAL PARKS AND THE WOMAN'S VOICE: a history. by Polly Welts Kaufman.
Presents the story of women's contributions to the national parks, often told by the women themselves. Based on hundreds of interviews and includes information on women's history sites in the National Park System, evolution of a woman's ranger uniform, contributions by individual women and women's groups in the establishment of some parks. Includes the role of ranger wives. Photographs, 330 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-1870-3. 2000. Order #: UNNM2723 paper$18.95.
PIONEER BEAUTY SECRETS: "old and new cosmetics from the kitchen" plus "garden and insect control". by Ferne Shelton.
Early beauty aids in America were made in settlements and frontier kitchens using herbs, honey, juices, vinegar, or other supplies on hand. Some came down from grandmothers; others came from new experiments. Before 1900 few commercially mixed cosmetics were available to the public but kitchen supplies were always plentiful enough to spare for the magic of beauty. As time passed store-bought items were added to improve older mixtures such as glycerine, oils, etc. and later ready-to-use products became widely available However some of the earlier grooming aids are still enjoyed for various reasons--surprisingly simple mixtures. Today's woman can wisely choose the best of old and new. Try Kitchen Wrinkle Cream, Herbal Tonic Bath, Tonic for Red Noses, Calamity Cream, Mary's Foot Cream, and many more. Drawings, 24 pages.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: None. 1970. by Hutcraft. Order #: HUTC0630 paper$3.95.
PIONEERS in PETTICOATS: Yosemite's early women, 1856–1900: schoolmarms, hikers homesteaders, ranchers, side-saddle riders.
by Shirley Sargent. Introduction by Francis P. Farquhar. Cover photograph:
Kitty Tatch and friend on the
Overhanging Rock at Glacier Point, 1901. 80 large-format pages, 60
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-8783450-1-X. Order #: GRWE7467paper$9.95.
REMARRIAGE: a guide for singles, couples, and families. by Anne Lorimer.
Four out of five people who divorce will remarry and one third of them will seek professional help in the first year of their remarriage. Why? Because second marriages are marriages with a past with built-in financial, emotional and legal problems; with instant families composed of new and old in-laws, children and spouses; with the ghosts of the past and the ever-present fear that the second marriage might go the way of the last. Author shows a second marriage can work, and the book will help make it work. 158 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89471-101-6. 1980. Order #: RUNN3644 paper$6.95.
REMEMBER THE SECRET. by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.
Story for children about love and caring and loss and how two children grow in understanding themselves and their universe. Color drawings, 23 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89087-332-1. 1982. Order #: CEAR1046 cloth$8.95.
SKI LIKE A DIVA: from fear to fun in 86 pages. Jennifer and Jeff Bergeron.
The publisher writes, "When you think about skiing, do you think about fun, challenge, the grandeur of nature, and sharing the experience with friends and family? Or do you suddenly feel nervous, cold and overwhelmed? In just 86 pages this book will show you how to: "Have fun whether you're skiing or relaxing at the lodge", "Make simple but key changes to improve your technique and feel more comfortable on the slopes", Plan in advance to make a family ski vacation hassle-free", "Understand what to expect from your ski equipment", "Take it at your own pace". You are a skier--have fun, laugh, and release your inner Ski Diva!" 86 pocket-sized pages, color illustrations.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-9793223-0-3. Order #: PUBE8754 paper$17.95.
A SOUTHERN WOMAN'S STORY: life in Confederate Richmond. by Phoebe Yates Pember.
A wry and realistic account of work in a Confederate military hospital, 1862-65, in besieged Richmond, VA. Author writes with "merciless realism tempered with humor. She tells of the scandals, the gossip, the greed, and the seflishness, along with the courage and the needless suffering of the wounded solders in that dark age of medicine.147 pages, index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89176-024-5. 1984. Order #: MOCK3595 paper$4.95.
TALES OF A FEMALE NOMAD: living at large in the world. by Rita Golden Gelman.
Author at 48 years old took off to see the world and understand each local culture she visits, staying with natives and learning their ways and cuisine. Also tells how to travel with scant funds and live without modern conveniences. 304 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-609-60642-5. 2001. Signed by author. Order #: CROW1050 cloth$23.00.
TOUCHING TOMORROW: the Emily
Griffith story. Debra Faulkner.
In-depth biography of Emily Griffith, trailblazing educator, reformer, and social activist. Emily Griffith's life story is as intriguing as it is inspiring. From teaching in a one-room schoolhouse on the Nebraska prairie to founding Denver's ongoing and thriving Opportunity School, Miss Emily pursued her vision for all who wish to learn. 150 pages, illustrations.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-078-7. Order #: FILT8569 paper$12.95.
UNSINKABLE: the Molly Brown story. Joyce Lohse.
Heroine of the Titanic sinking and philanthropist. Margaret 'Molly' Brown's life was the stuff of legends. The heroine of the Titanic disaster was also a business woman, art collector, social and political activist and philanthropist during her full life. As she said of others, she had "a heart as big as a ham." 2007 EVVY Award from Colorado Independent Publishers Association for second place in Juvenile category.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-081-7. Order #: FILT4786 paper$8.95.
WHITE HOUSE LADIES: fascinating tales and colorful curiosities. by Webb Garrison.
Here are the U.S. presidents' wives from Martha Washington to Hillary Clinton; public roles these women have played and their private accomplishments and peculiarities, naturally providing insights into the presidents, too. Some rode horses, some painted, some chose china dishware. There were even some marriages in the White House. Photographs, 256 pages, index.
Inventory=1. 1-55853-417-2. 1996. ex-library with owner signature and scuffed covers. Order #: MISC1044 paper$12.99.
WOMAN IN THE WOODS. by Kathleen Farmer.
How to be yourself and enjoy it--in the woods, meadow, valley, on lake, or peak--anytime, alone or with someone for sharing. Practical information on staying comfortable, acquiring camping skills, and keeping clean and well-groomed. Includes mini-trips, guided trips, camping skills, outdoor hobbies, ideas about fishing and hunting. All presented with an eye to consider what to expect and manage from the feminine perspective. 60 photos, 256 pages.
Inventory = 7.ISBN: 0-934802-08-4. 1976. Covers Scuffed.Order #: ICSB1370 paper$5.95.
THE WORLD OF EMILY HOWLAND: odyssey of a humanitarian. by Judith Colucci Breault.
Biography of Emily Howland, a central figure in key 19th century reform movements--anti-slavery,women's rights, peace, temperance, and education of women and black people. Her life is reconstructed through her diaries and her correspondence with celebrated figures, beginning in 1836 and continuing until her death at the age of 101 in 1929. Story of a dynamic yet gentle woman who committed her life to make the world better for having lived in it. Family photographs and drawings done by Ms. Howland, 174 pages, index.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89087-904-4. 1974. Order #: CEAR3633 paper$6.95.
YOUR WEDDING: a complete guide to planning and enjoying it. by Nancy Piccione.
Know wedding etiquette and tradition to make a wedding the beautiful and joyous occasion it can be--announcements, bridal wear, expenses, guest lists, music, showers, receptions, gifts, vows, cakes, papers to sign; even second marriages. Includes questions often asked. 194 pages, index.
Inventory = 17. ISBN:0-13-981407-8. 1982.Order #:PRHA3483 paper$4.95.
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