Woolbur by Leslie Helakoski ; illustrated by Lee Harper
Moose on the loose by Kathy-jo Wargin ; illustrated by John Bendall-Brunello
Memoirs of a goldfish by Devin Scillian ; and illustrated by Tim Bowers
The runaway garden: a delicious story that's good for you, too! by Jeffery L. Schatzer ; illustrations by Jeffrey Ebbeler
The pout-pout fish by Deborah Diesen ; pictures by Dan Hanna
Take part in a truly unique experience by joining the International Bridge Walk in Sault Ste. Marie on June 29. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge, walkers from both the Michigan and Ontario side will get a fantastic view of the Soo Locks along the way. Earn your My Mitten badge and see some beautiful scenery at the same time.
The border at Sault Ste. Marie by Graeme S. Mount, John Abbott, Michael J. Mulloy
The African-American century: how Black Americans have shaped our country by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Cornel West
Traverse City: from farmstead to lakeshore by Thomas Kachadurian
Maritime South Haven: 1900-1950 by Michigan Maritime Museum
Learn about the pioneers of the auto industry through visual and interactive exhibits at the Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn. Located next door to the Henry Ford Museum, it opened in 1997. A fun and informative way to earn your My Mitten badge.
The Ford century: Ford Motor Company and the innovations that shaped the world by Russ Banham ; foreword by Paul Newman
The American auto factory by Byron Olsen and Joseph Cabadas ; foreword by Ben Hamper
Riding the roller coaster: a history of the Chrysler Corporation by Charles K. Hyde
Billy Durant: creator of General Motors by Lawrence R. Gustin
Hydroplane racing in Detroit, 1946-2008 by David D. Williams and the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum
Visit the new exhibit at the Cranbook Art Museum and earn your My Mitten badge! Opening June 14, Michigan Modern: design that shaped America celebrates our state's contributions to modern design, including the architects Albert Kahn, Eero Saarinen, and Minoru Yamasaki. The exhibit will be available until October 13. The Cranbrook Art Museum is also part of this year's Michigan Activity Pass program.