Redbery Authors' Market
Redbery Books presents the annual Redbery Authors' Market:
Jim Brakken, Thor Loken & the Death of Chief Namakagon
Cheri Olson, Surviving the Teen Driving Years
Julie Buckles, Paddling to Winter
Anne Miller, Mashkiki Rapids
Rob Bignell, Headin' to the CabinRos Nelson, Cow in the Road Bear in the House
John Leighton, Paradise View: Collected Poems
David Tindell, The White Vixen
R. Kinderman, Tailwinds Across America
Lawrence Newman, Discovering the Apostles Islands
Not only will you hear from 10 local
authors but we have added a new dimension. Kathi Dunn (known as one of
the country's top book cover designers) will be here. This is a special
treat for everyone that writes, wants to write or loves books.
She has created bestselling book covers and information products that
authors, speakers and experts use to build their book sales, brands and
businesses. Kathi is passionate about book cover design and approaches
each as if it is the only book in the world. Her prestigious list of
clients includes Tony Robbins, Ken Blanchard, Jack Canfield, Deepak
Chopra, Mark Victor Hansen, John Edward, and Sylvia Browne, as well as
HarperCollins, Simon and Schuster, Prentice Hall, Ballantine, Hay House,
Pearson, and Scholastic. Her design firm has received over 150 awards
from the Independent Book Publishers Association, Foreword Magazine's
Book of the Year, USA Book News, Indie Excellence, American Advertising
Federation, Print Magazine, among others.
It's 1953 and the U.S. is settling into life after peace talks in Korea. Pregnant, alone and unsure of her future, Elaine Reilly boards a train and experiences a chance encounter with a real life hero. Bud Tilden is heading back to his northwoods Wisconsin home and wants nothing more than to resume a gentler life among his family and the pines.
Unguarded literary moments from police reports in northern Wisconsin. A sample of these funny and endearing calls, from 1990: "Request to remove intoxicated male from home.
A Book of Poems
Whether you own a cottage that you visit on weekends or rent one for a week-long vacation, "headin' to the cabin" is more than a time-honored tradition among Midwesterners. Simply put, it's part of who we are. And what better way to experience all that "up north" has to offer than through a day hike?
With little money, two bicycles, and eternal optimism, two friends took off to ride across the country...
A guide for visitors to the Apostle Islands, which are located off the northern shore of Wisconsin, in the southwest corner of Lake Superior. The book is filled with colorful photos of the 22 islands comprising one of the most scenic areas in the United States. Recommendations as to places to visit in the towns on the surronding mainland are also included.