Are you somebody: the accidental memoir of a Dublin woman by Nuala O'Faolain
Blackbird: a childhood lost and found by Jennifer Lauck
A charmed life: growing up in Macbeth's castle by Liza Campbell
Daughter of the Queen of Sheba by Jacki Lyden
Don't let's go to the dogs tonight: an African childhood by Alexandra Fuller
Drinking: a love story by Caroline Knapp
Ecstatic nation: confidence, crisis, and compromise, 1848-1877 by Brenda Wineapple
1913: in search of the world before the Great War by Charles Emmerson
The world before her [videodisc] by Kinosmith, Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds through the Theatrical Documentary Program present a film by Nisha Pahuja ; writer and director: Nisha Pahuja
The house I live in [videodisc] by Charlotte Street Films presents an Edgewood Way production ; producers, Eugene Jarecki, Melinda Shopsin ; written and directed by Eugene Jarecki
The reluctant fundamentalist [videodisc] by IFC Films and Doha Film Institute present a Mirabai Films and Cine Mosaic production ; produced by Lydia Dean Pilcher ; screenplay by William Wheeler ; directed by Mira Nair
Defiant requiem [videodisc] by Partisan Pictures ; the Defiant Requiem Foundation ; PBS ; producers, Peter Schnall & Doug Shultz ; director/writer, Doug Shultz
Why ships sink [videodisc] by produced by Jonathan Challis, Olly Jones, Lisa Mirowitz ; directed by Jonathan Challis ... [et al.]
Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen ; edited with notes by Vivien Jones — Austen’s powers of subtle discrimination and shrewd perceptiveness is revealed in "Pride and Prejudice". She is able to convey such a complex message using a simple, yet witty, style.
On the road : the original scroll by Jack Kerouac ; edited by Howard Cunnell ; introduction by Howard Cunnell, Penny Vlagopoulos, George Mouratidis, and Joshua Kupetz — On The Road, the most famous of Jack Kerouac's works, is not only the soul of the Beat movement and literature, but one of the most important novels of the century.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë ; edited with an introduction and notes by Stevie Davies — An evergreen book that one can read again and again.
A 1,000-mile walk on the beach: one woman's trek of the perimeter of Lake Michigan by Loreen Niewenhuis
Goodnight, Irene: an Irene Kelly mystery by Jan Burke
Prime Kenny Burrell [sound recording]: live at the Downtown Room by Burrell, Kenny
The ghosts of Bungo Suido [sound recording] by P.T. Deutermann
The Europeans [Large print]: a sketch by Henry James
The End of the Affair [large print] by Graham Greene
Wuthering Heights [Large print] by Emily Brontë
Pride and Prejudice [large print] by Jane Austen
Lord Jim [Large print] by Joseph Conrad ; edited by Cedric Watts and Robert Hampson
(All images: eLibrary. Web. 29 Aug. 2013.)
Freedom writers [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures ; Double Feature Films ; MTV Films ; Jersey Films ; Kernos Filmproduktiosgesellschaft & Company
Goodbye, Mr. Chips [videodisc] by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
The great debaters [videodisc] by The Weinstein Company presents a Harpo Films production
A lesson before dying [videodisc] by Spanky Pictures production in association with Ellen M. Krass Productions
Like stars on Earth [videodisc] by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment presents a PVR Pictures and a Aamir Khan Productions film
A fete worse than death by Claudia Bishop
Bad Little Falls by Paul Doiron
Dante's wood: a Mark Angelotti novel by Lynne Raimondo
Gun machine by Warren Ellis
In broad daylight: a Jess Harding novel by Seth Harwood
10 buildings that changed America by Window to the World Communications ; produced and written by Dan Protess
History of the Eagles [videodisc]: the story of an American band by Monhegan Films ; director, Alison Ellwood ; producer, Alex Gibney
History of the world in two hours [videodisc] by produced by Sam Dolan ; directed by Douglas J. Cohen
Country school [videodisc]: one room - one nation by produced, written, and directed by Kelly Rundle
Genius of Britain [videodisc]: the scientists who changed the world by an IWC Media production for Channel 4
Join Dr. DeBendet on October 10, from 7:00-8:00 PM as he discusses his book and gives tips on fun, physical, healthy ways to connect with our children.
Families must work together to get things done, whether it’s taking on household chores or tackling a busy school year. But do you ever think about how your family can work together to stay healthy? From proper nutrition to safe exercise, Richard Grucz, MD, of Oakwood Healthcare System, will share important health tips and demonstrate how families can join together to maintain good health. Join us on October 7 from 7:00-8:00 PM for this informative event.
Dr. Grucz is a board certified family medicine physician at Oakwood Healthcare Center – Canton. He provides care for patients of all ages at the office, which is located at 7330 N. Canton Center Road.
The Michigan Library Association will present Laura Kasischke with the 2013 Michigan Author Award during their Annual Conference in Lansing on October 18, 2013. Kasischke has published eight novels, authored eight books of poetry and received the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry in 2012. Her most recent book is a compilation of short stories entitled If a stranger approaches you.
Kasischke grew up in Grand Rapids, currently resides in Chelsea and is an Allan Seager Collegiate Professor of English Language & Literature at the University of Michigan. Throughout her diverse body of work, Kasischke ties her characters to the state of Michigan.
A schoolteacher in old Alaska: the story of Hannah Breece by edited and with an introduction and commentary by Jane Jacobs
Nothing daunted: the unexpected education of two society girls in the West by Dorothy Wickenden
The water is wide by Pat Conroy
Teacher man: a memoir by Frank McCourt
In the sun's house: my year teaching on the Navajo reservation by Kurt Caswell ; afterword by Rex Lee Jim