Sunday, March 30, 2008

Thank You, Library of Michigan!

Many thanks to Randy Riley and Kim Laird from the Library of Michigan. They've just donated the following books left over from the Michigan Notable Books program. These books are brand new, and will be available in the library in the next week or so:

Mandy and Pandy Say, "Ni Hao Ma?" by Chris Lin
Stone Crazy by Tracy Gallup
Shell Crazy by Tracy Gallup
Warily We Roll Along by Irene Warsaw
The Mud Hole by Arthur Brood
Burning Secrets by Steve Brezenoff
Egrets To The Flames by Barbara Anton
Amazing Women of West Michigan by Crystal Bowman
Sammy Sosa in 9 Innings by Julio C. Malone
Faith In The City by Angela D. Dillard
Loons Have Landed! by Terry Camp
Becoming Dead Right by Frances Shani Parker
The Boy Who Killed Caterpillars by Joshua Kornreich
The Covenant Field by Chris Zimmerman
In Line for the Exterminator by Jim Daniels
Mr. Pleasant by Jim Ray Daniels
Double Time by Priscilla Cogan
Citizen Moore by Roger Rapoport
Cause of Death by Stephen D. Cohle, MD and Tobin T. Buhk
Cold, Clear, and Deadly by Melvin J. Visser
A Secret Of The Universe by Stephen L. Gibson
Page One: Vanished by Nancy Barr
That's Just Kramer! by Ron Kramer with Dan Ewald
strike dog by joseph heywood
Goblin Hero by Jim C. Hines
The Boys I Borrow by Heather Sellers
Cold War Confessions by Jay Carp
Driven Abroad by Ron French
Seasons on the Au Sable by Rusty Gates
Perfect From Now On by John Sellers
Not Far Away by Lois Beardslee
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp by Fritz Stansell
Mr. Chickee's Messy Mission by Christopher Paul Curtis
Remarkable Michigan Women by Julia Pferdehirt
The Moments Lost by Bruce Olds
Matrimony by Joshua Henkin
Madonna by Lucy O'Brien
Gas City by Loren D. Estleman
Threshold Resistance by A. Alfred Taubman
Fowl Weather by Bob Tarte
Neck Deep by Ander Monson
Launching A Leadership Revolution by Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward
My Dear Helen by Nancy Seligmann
The Women Were Leaving the Men by Andy Mozina
Figured Dark by Greg Rappleye
Father, Tell Me I Have Not Aged by Russell Thorburn
Eight Dogs Named Jack by Joe Borri
Telling Our Stories by The Flint ColorLine Project
The Secret Zoo by Bryan Chick
A Pocketful of Passage by Loraine Campbell
Poems New, Used, and Rebuilds by Jeff Vande Zande
Voices Of The Lost And Found by Dorene O'Brien
the lost girl by James Morrison
Level Playing Fields by Peter Morris
Whittemore Michigan by Lugene Daniels
The Train Of Tomorrow by Ric Morgan
Sonny Sez! by Sonny Eliot
The Greatest Gift by John O'Shaughnessy
Hot Rocks by Lev Raphael
Hope For Carsonville by Erin Q Hartman
Hallies Heart by Shelly Beach
Mighty Tittabawassee by Roselynn Ederer & Kathryn Ellen Lewis
Unto the Daughters by Karen Tintori
My Grandma Likes To Say by Denise Brennan-Nelson
The Crayon Kids' Art Adventure by Jennifer Ruprecht
The Comet Kid by Sonja Richards
Hot House by the Cranbrook Academy of Art
Grammie's Secret Cupboard by Cynthia Furlong Reynolds
Ginger and Petunia by Patricia Polacco
Frog Prince by Kathy-Jo Wargin
The Decoy by Nathaniel Lachenmeyer
3 Tales of a City by Daryl T. Schlender
Thin Ice edited by Reinder Van Til and Gordon Olson
Shooting Star by Alana Paluszewski
Houses of Study by Ilana M. Blumberg
A Tree Grows in Trout Creek by Coralie Cederna Johnson
Genies, Meanies, and Magic Rings by Stephen Mitchell
The Future City on the Inland Sea by Eric D. Olmanson
The View from the Helm by James J. Duderstadt
Twisted Justice by Patricia Gussin
Inside Inside by James Lipton
Pictures from our Vacation by Lynne Rae Perkins
Priscilla McDoodleNut DoodleMcMae Asks Why? by Janet Mary Sinke
The Curious Polka-Dot Present by Cheri L. Hallwood
Casey Cougar by Ronald & Diana Meyer
The Christmas Boot by Lisa Wheeler
Brewster the Rooster by Devin Scillian
Three Lessons for Astair the Bear by Martin Brennan
The Voyagers Paddle by Kathy-jo Wargin
Mackinac Bridge by Gloria Whelan

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