Heather Thomas publishes 23rd book
Heather Smith Thomas has raised/trained horses for 55 years and beef cattle with her husband for 50 years. She began writing horse stories for children’s magazines and horse care articles for equine publications in college (University of Puget Sound), and has sold more than 10,000 stories and articles and published 23 books. Her first book, A horse in Your Life: A Guide for the New Owner, was written between her sophomore and junior year of college and published by A.S. Barnes & Company in 1966.
Cow Tales: More True Stories from an Idaho Ranch
“Following the success of her nonfiction collection Horse Tales, this new book is an entertaining and compelling lineup of 37 autobiographical chapters detailing Heather Smith Thomas’ family’s adventures raising cattle in the challenging ranch country near Salmon, Idaho. Each story centers on a particular animal or aspect of animal husbandry, offering insight into the resourcefulness required to manage a cattle herd—and a heart-warming look at human-animal bonding.”
The book is 325 pages, paperback and sells for $24.95 plus shipping.
The book is available from any bookseller or from the publisher—The Frontier Project, 719-237-0243, email@example.com or from the author. Signed copies of one or both books can be ordered from Heather Smith Thomas, Box 215, Salmon, Idaho 83467 (208-756-2841) firstname.lastname@example.org
–The Frontier Project, Inc.
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