Trinity University Press

Forthcoming Books

Bob and Helen Kleberg of King Ranch

Helen Kleberg Groves (author), Anne and Tobin Armstrong (foreword), Bill Benson (contributor)

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Hardcover release: Apr 2017

King Ranch. The name is embroidered in the tapestry of Texas, rising from the sunbaked coastal plains in the infancy of the state itself. King Ranch is the inspiration of legends and speculation, tradition and history. Rawhide-tough through drought, Indian attacks, Civil War, and the Great Depression, among other trials, King Ranch is the star of Texas. Now the memoirs of Helen King Kleberg Alexander-Groves, the only...

Groves tells a compelling story of one of the most famous ranches in America.Fauquier Times-Democrat

Vamos, Body!: Head to Toe in English y Español

Madeleine Budnick (author)

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Hardcover release: Oct 2017

Arte Kids board books show children the world of art through imaginative paintings, sculpture, photographs, and drawings, with text in English and Spanish. Vamos, Body! Head to Toe in English y Español introduces young minds to body concepts by connecting them to art in a unique, fun, and colorful way. Cheeks (mejillas), chins (barbillas), and eyes (ojos) are represented by masterful artworks from around the world....

Outside Todo el Día!: Nature in English y Español

Madeleine Budnick (author)

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Hardcover release: Oct 2017

ArteKids board books show children the world of art through imaginative paintings, sculpture, photographs, and drawings, with text in English and Spanish. Outside Todo el Día! Nature in English y Español introduces children to the wonders of nature by connecting them to art in a unique, fun, and colorful way. Terms for outdoor concepts like sky/cielo, water/aqua, mountain/montaña, flora (tree/árbol and flower/flor),...

Open Midnight: Where Ancestors and Wilderness Meet

Brooke Williams (author)

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Open Midnight weaves two parallel stories about the great wilderness—Brooke Williams’s year alone with his dog, ground truthing backcountry maps of southern Utah, and that of his great-great-great-grandfather, William Williams, who in 1863 made his way with a group of Mormons from England across the ocean and the American wild almost to Utah, dying a week short. The story follows two levels of history—personal, as...

"... a complex book.... In a partly imagined biography reconstructed from the few details of William Williams' life that still survive, Williams follows his ancestor's...Moab Sun News