Los Alamos Historical Society Launches First ebook On Small Business Saturday

Launching on Small Business Saturday is the ebook version of The Secret Project Notebook by Carolyn Reeder. Beloved in print, this children’s book tells the story of Fritz, the son of a Manhattan Project scientist, and is now available on your ereader!

Small Business Saturday is Nov. 29, and the Museum Shop will be open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come by to celebrate the launch of the new ebook, check out the books and gifts for sale, and get your Small Business Passport stamped to be entered to win a free book published by Bathtub Row Press.

Continue your holiday shopping Monday the 1st—the History Museum and Museum Shop will be open 5-7 p.m. for Cider Monday. More personal than online Cyber Monday shopping, Cider Monday will feature hot cider and live acoustic guitar music from Pat Burns, who is releasing a new CD, “Burns.”

At both of these events, you can browse the book version of The Secret Project Notebook before getting it on your ereader. The historical novel for young adults tells the story of a seventh-grader named Fritz who has just arrived in the secret city of Los Alamos during World War II. Fritz makes new friends, explores his new home, has to deal with bullies, and gets into serious trouble with a prank that has unintended consequences.

The ebook of The Secret Project Notebook is available for Kindle, Nook, Apple devices and other ereaders—look for it in your favorite ebookstore. The ebook is only $3.99. This is the first ebook from Bathtub Row Press, which invites suggestions for what current or past publications you might want to see in ebook form in the future.


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