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landscaping By K.J. Stevens
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“Today I will visit my grave. A piece of earth in a small cemetery. Not far from the Thunder Bay River. In the township of Maple Ridge. The place I grew up. Where everyday I was face-to-face... More > with learning. With relating. With experiences that pushed and prodded, nudged me out of ignorance and stripped away innocence. The place I will be buried one day. I am only 33, but one can never be sure how many days are left. And sometimes it is good to stake your claim. Make your mark. To know something final. Put the end in sight. Give peace of mind.”< Less
What Auto Insurance is Right for Me? By Steven M. Gursten
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In "What Auto Insurance is Right for Me?" you will discover invaluable advice for finding the best auto insurance to protect you, your family and your car or truck. The attorneys at... More > Michigan Auto Law, the state's premier auto accident law firm, draw on their 50 years of expertise to give you the top 8 questions you should ask your insurance agent before buying No-Fault Insurance for your car or truck. Michigan Auto Law's one-of-a-kind guide also shows you how to determine when Michigan's mandatory No-Fault Insurance requirement applies. Plus, you will discover why paying extra for uninsured- and underinsured-motorist coverage makes good financial sense.< Less
Alisha's Move from Nassau, NY to Essexville, MI By Alisha Denue
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This book is about a little girl that has to leave all her friends behind in New York when she moves to Michigan. She discovers a new life with family and friends.
The Story of John D. and Harriet A. By John L'Hote
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Approaching their 75th wedding anniversary, a Michigan couple reflects on their journey together through much of the 20th century and into the 21st, delighting in the shared memories of places,... More > events, family, friends, careers, travel, and pets that bind a couple together. An heirloom piece and poignant personal treasure for all generations as well as a universal story of appreciation of life and family.   “Our story begins a long time ago in Detroit, Michigan, more precisely in May, 1934, in the auditorium of Metropolitan Methodist Church where graduating seniors from nearby Highland Park High School were assembled for a rehearsal of their graduation ceremony. The use of an alphabetical seating arrangement placed our central characters: L’Hote (John D.) next to Letts (Harriet A.). Somehow, the use of John D. and Harriet A. in the story to designate our principal characters seems appropriate. The two had never met.”< Less
Come Not to Us By Brett Ramseyer
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Peter Sonderling attempts suicide with a loaded Luger to his own temple in the Michigan darkness. He thinks he knows who will die, but first he must ricochet off his mother Claudia’s death camp... More > past to finally understand himself. His suicidal thoughts question his wife Doreen’s fidelity and his children’s paternity, yet his sights should aim at Claudia for answers. The loaded chamber of her memory fires a forty-year-old secret into Peter’s notion of Father. At Dachau’s concentration camp an SS doctor trades chocolates for Claudia’s body. He tortures her future husband, Isaac, who stands naked and wet against the wind of a German winter and somehow thaws into the only father Peter ever loves. Peter must learn to accept the evil inside him and embrace the good that surrounds him. Only then will three lessons work to set him free: Isaac’s love is stronger than biology, faces write the best poetry, and fairy tales protect his truth.< Less
Waiting for Bells By Brett Ramseyer
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Waiting for Bells grows from the rows of a Michigan classroom. Teachers tire of the expression that the real world starts once students matriculate or that those who cannot, teach. Instead, school... More > halls teem with tales of tragedy, talent, love, loss, depression, desire, betrayal and hope for both students and staff. Those real life themes tug a thread through the first and title short of this 16 story collection of fiction. There are five sections to this book including: Teaching, Prep School, Bachelors, Study Abroad & Graduates. Teaching touches raw nerves of a profession that sees an all time high of teachers leaving schools permanently and few young filling that void. Prep School braves the minefields of adolescent love and loss. Bachelors puts a foot in the past and a tentative step in the future to straddle a precarious present of “friendship.” Study Abroad leaves the country forever changing those who return and Graduates toss their mortar boards too high to catch them again.< Less
Come Not To Us By Brett Ramseyer
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Peter Sonderling attempts suicide with a loaded Luger to his own temple in the Michigan darkness. He thinks he knows who will die, but first he must ricochet off his mother Claudia’s death camp... More > past to finally understand himself. His suicidal thoughts question his wife Doreen’s fidelity and his children’s paternity, yet his sights should aim at Claudia for answers. The loaded chamber of her memory fires a forty-year-old secret into Peter’s notion of Father. At Dachau’s concentration camp an SS doctor trades chocolates for Claudia’s body. He tortures her future husband, Isaac, who stands naked and wet against the wind of a German winter and somehow thaws into the only father Peter ever loves. Peter must learn to accept the evil inside him and embrace the good that surrounds him. Only then will three lessons work to set him free: Isaac’s love is stronger than biology, faces write the best poetry, and fairy tales protect his truth.< Less
Waiting for Bells By Brett Ramseyer
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Waiting for Bells grows from the rows of a Michigan classroom. Teachers tire of the expression that the real world starts once students matriculate or that those who cannot, teach. Instead, school... More > halls teem with tales of tragedy, talent, love, loss, depression, desire, betrayal and hope for both students and staff. Those real life themes tug a thread through the first and title short of this 16 story collection of fiction. There are five sections to this book including: Teaching, Prep School, Bachelors, Study Abroad & Graduates. Teaching touches raw nerves of a profession that sees an all time high of teachers leaving schools permanently and few young filling that void. Prep School braves the minefields of adolescent love and loss. Bachelors puts a foot in the past and a tentative step in the future to straddle a precarious present of “friendship.” Study Abroad leaves the country forever changing those who return and Graduates toss their mortar boards too high to catch them again.< Less
Come Not To Us By Brett Ramseyer
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Peter Sonderling attempts suicide with a loaded Luger to his own temple in the Michigan darkness. He thinks he knows who will die, but first he must ricochet off his mother Claudia’s death... More > camp past to finally understand himself. His suicidal thoughts question his wife Doreen’s fidelity and his children’s paternity, yet his sights should aim at Claudia for answers. The loaded chamber of her memory fires a forty-year-old secret into Peter’s notion of Father. At Dachau’s concentration camp an SS doctor trades chocolates for Claudia’s body. He tortures her future husband, Isaac, who stands naked and wet against the wind of a German winter and somehow thaws into the only father Peter ever loves. Peter must learn to accept the evil inside him and embrace the good that surrounds him. Only then will three lessons work to set him free: Isaac’s love is stronger than biology, faces write the best poetry, and fairy tales protect his truth.< Less
Charles Crowell and Susan Ploof By Clayton Lee Crowell & Barbara Crowell Filbin
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This is the hardcover version of a tale told in documents tracing the Crowell/Ploof descent from 70 families immigrating to New England between about 1620 and 1640. By late nineteenth century,... More > descendants of all of those families had married into the core line begun by John Crowe/Crowell, who arrived in New England in 1634. Among those 70 families are Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower, as well as Oliver Mainwaring and Anne Marbury Hutchinson, both with proven descents from Charlemagne and William the Conqueror. We recount the westward movement of the Crowe/Crowell line through 12 generations spanning 400 years, through Charles Crowell and Susan Ploof, to Americans alive today. Click the preview link for a sample family sketch and a list of the included families, maps, and documents (wills, obituaries, deeds). 496 pages, fully indexed; extensive photography; 1288 footnotes and source references. Also available in softcover.< Less

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