Find Beverley's books online through, as well as in many independent bookstores such as  Watermark Books and Eighth Day Books in Wichita,  Faith & Life in Newton, The Bookshelf in McPherson as well as in museum stores including Red Rocks in Emporia, KSHS, and The Great Overland Station in Topeka. They can also be found in the gift shops at the Great Plains Nature Center in Wichita, Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City, KS, and the Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan, KS.
Her new postcard book can be found on its publisher's website as can the Rickman book (see links).

Beverley's Books...

William Allen White was a small-town newspaper editor who counted presidents and famous authors among his friends.  He rose to world-wide fame before his death in 1944 but never left his hometown of Emporia.

From Emporia:  The Story of William Allen White

Kansas City STAR Books, 2007


2008 Kansas Reading Circle Catalog

2008 Kansas Notable Book

2009-2010 William Allen White Awards Master List grades 6-8

Mary White grew up on the Kansas prairies but also in the home of a famous father.  Her father's response to her untimely death at age 16 made her as immortal as Peter Pan himself.

A Prairie Peter Pan:  The Story of Mary White

Kansas City STAR Books, 2010


2011 Kansas Reading Circle Catalog

2011 Kansas Notable Books

2012-2013 William Allen White Awards Master List grades 3-6

A book for all ages about Beverley's hometown with illustrations
composed of her mother's antique postcards released in March 2015 by Arcadia Books.
Released in March 2019  

A coffee-table book on the life and art of Kansas illustrator and sculptor Vernon Rickman, who worked for over 20 years at the Smithsonian Institution.

Beverley is proud to have two pieces in Arterial Ink, an anthology of works relating to William Allen White and benefiting Red Rocks State Historic Site, premiering October 2, 2021.

On the back burner for now...

a much-needed authorized biography of popular children's author Mary Downing Hahn for children and "former children" who love her books as well as an authorized story of Barbara White Walker's journey from World War II London to America in the arms of her journalist father William Lindsay White.