One Book, One Community … One Local Author

Visit Duluth Public Library’s One Book, One Community page and cast your vote for a book to be selected for this reading program. My suggestion: Support, Linda Grover’s The Dance Boots. Grover is the only local author on the shortlist, and this award-winning set of stories is perfect for this honor. (You might also check out Grover’s hot-of-the-press novel The Road Back to Sweetgrass.)



about 9 years ago

I second The Dance Boots. It's a great book, and very relevant to the community. And it is so much better than The Lighthouse Road, which in my opinion was kind of mediocre and had some questionable local geography.


about 9 years ago

Orphan Train is amazing, and will appeal to teen readers as well as adults. The story revolves around an obscure historical event in our country's history that I for one would like to know about. I urge people to vote for Orphan Train.


about 9 years ago

I highly suggest voting for The Lighthouse Road by Peter Geye. It is an excellent book, it is set locally (northeastern Minnesota) and worth waiting for.

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