Designed and handled the prepress for The Silverado Story: A Memory-Care Culture Where Love is Greater than Fear by Loren Shook and Stephen Winner.
The Silverado Story: A Memory-Care Culture Where Love is Greater than Fear has captured a Gold Award of Excellence 2011 – the top-level honor – in the International Communicator Awards, a program that annually salutes creative excellence. The book’s recognition was earned for the authors’ ability to communicate that “puts them among the best in the field.” Sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, this year’s Communicator Awards considered more than 6,000 entries from within the United States and abroad.
Early in 2011, The Silverado Story also received a Silver Medal in the 2011 Independent Book Publisher Awards. It captured the honor, known as a Silver IPPY Award, in the category of aging. The IPPY Awards program is the largest independent book awards competition in the world. It annually judges more than 4,000 entries submitted by 2,000 publishers from across the United States, Canada, and other English-speaking countries.
The Silverado Story was also named the winning-entry in the Business Book category of the 2010 Los Angeles Book Festival. The festival is an annual event that honors independent publishers and books deserving of further worldwide attention.
This was a 9″x6″ hard cover book with color dust jacket, 176 interior black and white pages and a 16 page color insert.