Books set in Michigan count, too!
Black lace by Beverly Jenkins
The Christmas clock: a novel by Kat Martin
Lucky by Jennifer Greene
Fresh water: women writing on the Great Lakes by Alison Swan, editor
Starvation Lake: a mystery by Bryan Gruley
Along with the lullabies, you and your baby may enjoy some of the following CDs:
Get up and moving
Gentle Hikes of upper Michigan by Tornabene, Ladona
Adventure guide to Michigan [electronic resource] by Kevin & Laurie Hillstrom
Wreck of the Carl D.: a true story of loss, survival, and rescue at sea by Michael Schumacher
Mighty fitz: the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Michael Schumacher
Eight steamboats: sailing through the sixties by Patrick Livingston; foreword by Neal Shine
Will Travel for Food
Spain - a culinary road trip by Mario Batali with Gwyneth Paltrow
Around the world in 80 dinners: the ultimate culinary adventure by Cheryl and Bill Jamison
Hop on board ship for a bit of romance and suspense!
Princess Charming by Jane Heller
Life skills by Katie Fforde
Burn by Linda Howard
America [videodisc] — Detroit
Anatomy of a murder [videodisc] by Columbia ; Otto Preminger presents — Ishpeming, Marquette, Big Bay
Wild Hogs — Like any good travel movie, this film shows that it's the journey, not the destination.
Fear and loathing in Las Vegas — When packing for a trip, some people have different priorities than others. An ether frolic of a movie, from the mind of Hunter S. Thompson.
Historical mysteries have become increasingly popular in the last decade. If you are a fan of historical fiction, and historical mystery stories in particular, you've read many of the well-known authors of this sub-genre: Steven Saylor, Anne Perry, Eliot Pattison, I. J. Parker, Lindsey Davis, John Maddox Robert, Margaret Frazer, and the list goes on, but have you read the works of:
Nefertiti: the book of the dead by Nick Drake
Critique of criminal reason by Michael Gregorio
The fifth servant by Kenneth Wishnia
Thirteenth night : a medieval mystery by Alan Gordon
A test of wills by Charles Todd
Murder on Astor Place by Victoria Thompson
The fine print: One post per user name counts in the drawing but you can list as many favorites as you'd like. Posts must be made by noon on June 22. The winners will be posted on our Facebook page and listed on our website, or call the Children's Department at (734) 397-0999, option #5, for results.
The green home by Bridget Biscotti Bradley and the editors of Sunset Books
How green is your home? What impact on your health and well-being do the materials and items in your house have? It could be a lot, and if you're planning a renovation or even just redecorating, this book has a lot of great information about how to make environmentally responsible choices that are also aesthetically pleasing and useful in everyday real life.
Summer Reading should be fun, right? What could be more fun than a delightfully romantic film?
I know where I'm going — simply one of the best romantic films ever. Shot in the gorgeous western islands of Scotland, the ocean is practically one of the characters in this movie.
Fool's gold — Lost treaure? Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson? Sign me up.
- A li by Bi Shumin
- Lang Xianping shuo shui zai zheng jiu Zhongguo jing ji by Lang Xianping
- Wa by Mo Yan
- Wo zhong jiu shi ai ni de by Zhang Xiaoxian
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