Henry E. Prante’s Great Hunting Adventures IS now available via Amazon

The Smashwords edition is no longer available at this time. Sorry. It has been un-published as I decided to re-publish with Amazon and they required that I un-publish it. It will still be available to those who bought it or downloaded a complimentary copy previously.
Henry E Prante’s Great Hunting Adventures is NOW  available at www.amazon.com  vie short code: http://goo.gl/dncxC

Image # 1. Henry E. Prante's Great Hunting Adventures Volume I

Book Description

                Publication Date:         January 31, 2013
Like many young boys, Henry Prante’s imagination was stirred by tales of big game hunting in the Canadian wilderness.
He loved to share his multitude of stories from his trips, and hopefully this collection of adventures will ignite the imagination of a new generation of hunting enthusiasts, and anyone who would just enjoy a series of good adventure tales.
Join Henry, as he and his friends, go after British Columbia’s fantastic big game — bear, sheep, deer, moose and more!
Our family truly enjoyed eating the healthy organic meat he brought home and we still miss Dad dearly.


Product Details

  • File Size: 311 KB
  • Print Length: 124 pages
  • Publisher: Hella Prante (January 31, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services,  Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B92GOSA
  • Text-to-Speech:   Enabled  
  • X-Ray:   Not Enabled  
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:

Thanks for bearing with me. I also hope to be able to have the new Henry E. Prante’s Great Hunting Adventures Volume 2 published this month on Amazon as well.


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I am working on publishing all of my father, Henry E Prante's treasure trove of hunting adventure stories as well as his only novel. His first book, Great Hunting Adventures was first published in 1985 and is now available via e-book, from www.smashwords.com. Dad also saved all relevant material related to his work with the Port Coquitlam Hunting and Fishing Club and their involvement in the conservation movement and in saving the Coquitlam River and its tributaries for future generations. This part of BC history deserves to be preserved as well. Needless to say, it is a monumental task and will take some time. Henry also travelled through the Yukon in order to get to his beloved Atlin BC. I will endeavour to provide maps and links from Parks Canada or the towns up north and pictures my brother Ray takes on his trips north.

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