Duluth Book Releases in 2019

Grasshopper Girl
Written by Teresa Peterson
llustrated by Jordan Rodgers
Black Bears and Blueberries Publishing

Rez Dog
Story by Heather Brink
Illustrations by Jordan Rodgers
Black Bears and Blueberries Publishing
(March)

The Forever Sky
Thomas Peacock
Minnesota Historical Society Press
(April 1)

In the Night of Memory
Linda LeGarde-Grover
University of Minnesota Press
(April 2)

Emma Bee
Story by Pamela Fish Carlson
Illustrated by Tessa Carlson
Beaver’s Pond Press
(April 9)

Waving at Strangers
David Sorensen
(April)

The Dancers
Written by Thomas Peacock
Illustrated by Jacqueline Paske Gill
Available on Amazon
(April 11)

Grandfather’s Blood Memories and Unbroken Spirit
Sharon Doolittle Shuck

Walt Whitman: The Measure of His Song
Anthology
Hoy Cow! Press
(June 5)

Superior Perspectives: Views of Lake Superior from Park Point
Paul Treuer
Nodin Press

Women’s Health Advocacy: Rhetorical Ingenuity for the 21st Century
Edited by Jamie White-Farnham, Bryna Siegel Finer, Cathryn Molloy
CRC Press
(July 29)

Hawks on High: Everyday Miracles in a Hawk Ridge Season
Poems by Phil Fitzpatrick
Pen-and-ink drawings by Penny Perry
Savage Press
(Sept. 9)

Snowy’s Search for Color
Richard Hoeg
Available at 365daysofbirds.com
(Sept. 17)

Autumn in the Wyrd Woods
Michelle Nephew
Available on Amazon
(Sept. 26)

Urban Legends from Space: The Biggest Myths About Space Demystified
Bob King
Page Street Publishing
(Oct. 19)

The Twenty-Ninth Day
Alex Messenger
Blackstone Publishing
(Nov. 12)

Walking the Old Road
A People’s History of Chippewa City and the Grand Marais Anishinaabe

Staci Lola Drouillard
University of Minnesota Press
(Dec. 5)

Taconite: New Life for Minnesota’s Iron Range
The History of Erie Mining Company

Erie Mining History Project Team
St. Louis County Historical Society
(Dec. 6)

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