michigan fiction

 

Explore this selection of books either about Michigan or written by authors with ties to Michigan. Books are suggested for Third Grade, but remember that each reader is different and might find something interesting at another level.

Catastrophe in Caseville by Johnathan Rand

When Shelby McConnell and her family travel to Caseville, Michigan, for the annual cheeseburger festival, she knows she's going to have to have a great time. After all, thousands of people travel to Caseville for this special annual event every year.  But this year, the first day of the festival is marred by the appearance of a mysterious, giant cheeseburger that sets out to destroy the festival and the entire town!

An eleven-year-old New York farm girl travels with her parents to the Michigan Territory in 1836 by way of the Erie Canal, encountering unknown dangers and incredible hardships.

 

Explore this selection of books either about Michigan or written by authors with ties to Michigan. Grade levels are suggested, but remember that each Reader is different and might find something interesting at another level. Under each grade is a link for even more titles.

Kindergarten

In 1925, a sailboat named Bernida wins the inaugural Port Huron to Mackinac Race. She wins again in 1927. But then for decades the boat is neglected and passed from owner to owner. In 2012 with new owners, the ship once more enters the race and wins.

Michigan Historical Fiction

 

 

Detroit breakdown by D.E. Johnson — Detroit, 1912.

 

 

 

The Detroit electric scheme by D. E. Johnson — Detroit, 1910.

 

 

 

The expeditions: a novel by Karl Iagnemma — Michigan Territory, 1844.

 

 

 

Grand River and Joy by Susan Messer — Detroit, 1967.

 

 

 

Looking for Przybylski by K.C. Frederick — Detroit, mid-1970s.

 

 

 

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