Stephens Press LLC

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Stephens Press is the book publishing unit of Stephens Media LLC. The president is Carolyn Hayes Uber.

• "Saluting American Valor: Selfless Courage at the Moment of Truth" shares stories of more than 50 men and women who have received top commendations for bravery and valor. The stories appeared in Stephens Media newspapers and on the "Saluting American Valor" website between Veterans Day 2009 and the year's end.

Since 2001, more than 1.9 million Americans have been deployed to war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan, displaying the highest form of service to country. These stories tell of individuals who acted selflessly when thrust into life-or-death situations. The book was released Memorial Day, May 31, 2010.

Some other Stephens Press books include:

100 Years in the Governor's Mansion: an in-depth look at the 18 governors and families who called the Nevada Governor's Mansion home in its first 100 years.

Young Artists at The Rep, featuring youth in the 2009 Summer Musical Theater Intensive program that is held annually by the Arkansas Repertory Theatre.

Amelia's Long Journey follows the story of a young girl battling cancer.

Young Las Vegas tells the stories of the men, women and children who built Las Vegas in the Nevada desert.

You are More Than Enough, a guide to discovering one's purpose, unleashing one's passion, and shaping habits to realize the success a person wants in all areas of life — personal and professional relationships, career, finances and security.

Vegas, One Cop's Journey tells the writer's journey, the story of finding his own place in a company of heroes, even if that company contains a "disturbing proportion of bureaucrats, office politicians, and layabouts."

Sleeping Giant: An Illustrated History of Southern California's Inland Valley, an oversized book that chronicles the Inland Empire's transition from a wild desert wilderness inhabited by Native Americans, sagebrush and adobes.

Don't Fence Me In: Images of the West: photographs from the past decade that evoke the feeling of the West through images of this beautiful and rugged landscape, its flora, horses, and cattle. This book depicts the cowboy at work and at play, at sunrise and sunset, in all kinds of weather. Photos portray folks who live the life of a cowboy and strive to preserve the heritage handed down to them. By David R. Stoecklein.

• "Amelia's Long Journey: Stories About a Brave Girl and Her Fight Against Cancer": For John and Tricia Smith, life couldn’t get any better. After years of waiting and praying, they were finally parents, gaining permanent custody of their adopted daughter. And then life couldn’t get any worse. Written by Amelia's father.

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