Regional Spotlight

What do you think of when you hear the word "regional?" Does it make you think of the Spokane area? Perhaps the Inland Northwest comes to mind. Do you think of topics like the history of our area, or the names of local authors and their books? Well, at Auntie's any or all of these answers would be correct.

In addition to providing the best possible service to our customers, Auntie's is dedicated to supporting the efforts of the many fine authors who live in our area, as well as several thriving publishing houses. Whether it's a book about the timber or mining industry, a photo journal about the famed Davenport Hotel, or the best fiction, mysteries or essays that the Inland Northwest has to offer, you'll find it all here on Auntie's shelves.

Shown here are two companion books which feature the history and topography of eastern Washington's scablands, as formed by the Ice Age floods some 15,000 years ago.

Both are examples of the fine publications coming to us from Keokee Books in Sandpoint, Idaho, another great area publisher!

To order a copy of these books, call our order desk at 509-838-0206.

 

And here we feature Jim Stinson's labor of love - Remembering the B. This is a large format hardback which retails at $39.95. For more information and to order a copy, please call Auntie's at 509-838-0206. It's a great addition to home libraries, particularly for fans of basketball.

The next time you're at Auntie's, visit our Regional and Local Author sections. Or browse our shelves and look for the familiar names of authors like Jess Walter, Steve Oliver or Jim Kershner, seen here with his biography - Carl Maxey: A Life.