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The Amazing Adventures of a Midwestern Girl|
A Feast of Wild Blackberries|
|Dr Michael Sanders||6||$6.95|
Petoskey Stone Animal Counting Book|
Children's counting book with watercolor prints of increasing numbers of Petoskey stone animals
|Snow Fairy Cottage||3||$19.99|
Overhead from Longing|
Book of poems
|Charles W. Brice||4||$17.00|
Life Lessons From Our 4-Legged Friends|
|Dr Michael Sanders||3||$7.95|
Onalee O'Conner is called in to appraise an unpopular condominium project that was plunked down in the midst of a peaceful rural area. The developer, Jonathon Richmond is well known in these parts as much for his womenizing as for his urban sprawling ways. Upon her inspection, Onalee discovers a bloodstain on an Oriental rug. In the middle of that stain lies dreadfully dead developer Richmond. Following the mandates as set forth in all of the amateur-detective books, Onalee sets forth to solve the crime. Along the way, another body pops up along with many follies, foibles and far too many peanut butter cookies.
Renditions In A Palette|
Poems by Judith A Braice
Flashcuts Out of Chaos|
Poems by Charles W. Brice
|Charles W. Brice||8||$18.00|
Real Estate developer and amateur sleuth, Onalee O'Conner falls in love, with her rescued standard poodle. Entering the world of dogs and dog-walkers, Onalee finds that not all dog-owners are good people. One of the worst of the no-goodnics she crosses paths and butts heads with is Gerald Pembower. When Mr. Pembower is found, flat as a fallen devil's food cake, in his own kitchen, several of Onalee's new friends are prime suspects. Once again, Onalee and gal pal Marti, are compelled to bring the true evil-doer to justice.
This story takes place in Petoskey and the surrounding beaches, forests and small towns.
Art of Winter|
Photography coffee table book "Art of Winter: A Photographic Essay" by Julie M Covert. Take a winter walk with Julie Covert, often in single digit temperatures just as the sun rises along the Michigan shoreline. Discover many incredible treasures that winter creates with ice and snow. No two days are the same. In addition to stunning and unique photographs there are two essays about the majesty of winter and a descriptive index. Series of Northern Michigan winter photographs in book form
|Julie M Covert||1||$38.00|
Summer in Northern Michigan Coloring Book|
Grab some crayons or colored pencils and start enjoying summer in Northern Michiugan! This book contains twenty-two original designs on high-quality paper. Illustrations include the bridge in Charlevoix, the breakwall in Petoskey, sailboats in Harbor Springs, mountain biking in Boyne City, the beaches near Sleeping Bear Dunes, paddle-boarding in Traverse City and more!
Avocados for Breakfast|
|Dr Michael Sanders||8||$6.95|
By The Edge of The Water|
Poems and illustrations by Anny Hubbard in book form
The New Punk|
In the heart of Detroit, America’s most neglected city, lies Desolation Row, an all-boys orphanage. Abandoned by society, the orphans of Desolation Row find hope and salvation in their leader, Teenage Wasteland, T.W. for short, a self-proclaimed anarchist. Through his stalwart leadership they do whatever is necessary to prevent adoption, putting faith in The Cause, creating their own whimsical world, sticking it to The Man, and resorting to revolution if all else fails. But with the arrival of a new recruit and the intrusion of a corrupt mayor, their world is about to be turned upside down. Can they overcome the odds, keep their autonomy intact, or is the city of Detroit just no place for a street fighting orphan? Comical and touching, The New Punk explores the age old question of where does an outsider fit in when they don’t fit in anywhere at all? The answer is Desolation Row.
|Zev Lawson Edwards||4||$12.00|