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Bonnie Shallbetter

Naturalist

Three Rivers Park District

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Three Rivers Park District

Background Information

Employment History

Instructor

Voyageur Outward Bound School

Naturalist

Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Outdoor Education

University of Minnesota

Web References (4 Total References)


Evergreen Publishing

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Arvid Lloyd Williams | Bonnie Shallbetter

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Arvid Lloyd Williams has teamed up with co-author Bonnie Shallbetter in the sequel to his successful debut novel, Hawk's Valley: A Good Place to Die.
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BONNIE SHALLBETTERBonnie Shallbetter was born in Fairmont, Minnesota and was raised in Brooklyn Center.She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Outdoor Education.She has worked as a naturalist for the Three Rivers Park District and as an instructor for the Voyageur Outward Bound School.In her spare time, she enjoys traveling or taking in the Minnesota seasons and the vast array of outdoor activities that the state has to offer.She is married and has two sons.


Evergreen Publishing

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Bonnie Shallbetter is also a native of Minnesota and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Outdoor Education.She has worked as a naturalist for the Three Rivers Park District and as an instructor for the Voyageur Outward Bound School.

The second in a three-part series, Sophie's Hawk: Spirit of the Raptor is an historical fiction novel that describes the adventures of young Hawk Owen and his travels across Minnesota and Dakota Territory in the years 1863-64.The authors provide beautiful and vivid descriptions of the landscape as the characters make their way across Minnesota and Dakota Territory.Hawk's journey leads him through the Minnesota River Valley to Fort Abercrombie to Devil's Lake where he and his companions find themselves in the midst of historic Indian battles.The unique writing styles of the authors blend fiction with history to bring the characters and places to life amid the backdrop of actual events at a defining period in Minnesota's and Dakota Territory's history.
Arvid Lloyd Williams and Bonnie Shallbetter are available for interviews and appearances upon request.


Evergreen Publishing

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Arvid Lloyd Williams has teamed up with co-author Bonnie Shallbetter in the sequel to his successful debut novel, Hawks Valley: A Good Place to Die.

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Bonnie Shallbetter was born in Fairmont, Minnesota and was raised in Brooklyn Center.She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Outdoor Education.She has worked as a naturalist for the Three Rivers Park District and as an instructor for the Voyageur Outward Bound School.In her spare time, she enjoys traveling or taking in the Minnesota seasons and the vast array of outdoor activities that the state has to offer.She is married and has two sons.


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