Back Of Beyond Book Store

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Back Of Beyond Book Store
Back Of Beyond Book Store is listed in the Book Dealers & Bookstores Retail category in Moab, Utah. Displayed below is the only current social network for Back Of Beyond Book Store which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Back Of Beyond Book Store on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 82.

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83 N Main St
Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-5154
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When you're $5 short to buy "Strong is the New Pretty: A Celebration of Girls Being Themselves", and a total stranger covers you! Thank you Kris, for being a fabulous female role model to a young reader and example to us all. To quote bookseller Allyson, "We might as well share it with the world." Kris & Julia pictured here with their new reads - "Find A Way" by Diana Nyad, and National Bestseller "Strong is the New Pretty" by Kate Parker. #strongisthenewpretty #girlsrule #women #diananyad #findaway #shoplocal #moab #read


Leif Whittaker and Freya Fennwood preparing for Leif's talk about his book, "My Old Man and the Mountain". 7 pm tonight at the store. Come hear this famous Everester tell his stories.

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Tonight at 7 PM!
A fresh perspective on a famous father and a legacy forged on the icy slopes of Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak In 1963, the world followed the first American Mount Everest Expedition, and watched as “Big Jim” Whittaker became the first American to stand on top of the world. He returned home a hero. My Old Man and the Mountain is Leif Whittaker’s engaging and humorous story of what it was like to “grow up Whittaker”—the youngest son of Jim Whittaker and Dianne Roberts, in an extended family of accomplished climbers. He shares glimpses of his upbringing and how the pressure to climb started early on. Readers learn of his first adventures with family in the Olympic Mountains and on Mount Rainier; his close yet at times competitive relationship with his brother Joss; his battle with a serious back injury; and his efforts to stand apart from his father’s legacy. With wry honesty he depicts being a recent college grad, still living in his parents’ home and trying to find a purpose in life—digging ditches, building houses, selling t-shirts to tourists—until a chance encounter leads to the opportunity to climb Everest, just like his father did. Leif heads to Nepal with all the excitement, irony, boredom, and trepidation that are part of high-altitude climbing. Well-known guides Dave Hahn and Melissa Arnot figure prominently in his story, as does “Big Jim.” But Leif’s story is not his father’s story. It’s a unique coming of age tale on the steep slopes of Everest and a climbing adventure that lights the imagination and fills an emotional human endeavor with universal meaning.
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