Nov 21, 2012
Here's what the local papers are discussed book-wise this week!
In the Pioneer Press, the spotlight is on children's picture books by local authors and publishers including: Cat Tale by Michael Hall, One Frozen Lake by Deborah Jo Larson with paintings by Steven Johnson and Lou Fancher, Nighttime Ninja by Barbara DaCosta and illustrated by Ed Young, Children of the Northlights by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire, and Larry Gets Lost in the Twin Cities by John Skewes and Michael Mullin. Also featured: Cross Roads by William Paul Young, author of the bestselling novel The Shack.
- The Stockholm Octavo by Karen Englemann - Fiction set in 18th century Sweden
- Memoir of the Sunday Brunch by Julia Pandl - Memoir of a reluctant Milwaukee chef
- Detroit City is the Place to Be by Mark Binelli - Nonfiction about the city of Detroit
- Too Good To Be True by Benjamin Anastas - Memoir by a novelist
- The Great Charles Dickens Scandal by Michael Slater - Nonfiction about an alleged affair Dickens had
- The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot by Robert Mcfarlane - "Part journey, part philosophy, part poetry"