by Kathleen Bryant. The history and beauty of Sedona's Red Rock Country comes alive
through gorgeous photography and informative text. See Sedona's unique
rock formations, Oak Creek's forested beauty, and Montezuma Castle's
stunning cliff dwelling. Contains history of the area, the indigenous people, as well as plants, animals and much more. Find out why Sedona is a mecca for
nature-lovers, New Age spiritualists, and artists.
Kathleen Bryant was only six months old when her parents bundled her
up for her first road trip West, and she's been exploring the region's
mountains and canyons ever since. An avid hiker and history buff, she
has volunteered for the forest service, leading visitors on tours of
ruins and rock art in the Sedona area. She has written eleven books,
inlcuding Kokopelli's Gift, an award-winning children's story, and the
Western National Parks' Lodges Cookbook, which combines her love of
travel with history and recipes from historic park lodges. She has also
written for American Archaeology, American Artist, Arizona Highways,
Sunset, and other magazines.