BOOK NOTES: 'Little Minnesota' ... 'Uncle Boris in the Yukon' ... 'The Barefoot Bandit'
East Grand Forks Campbell Library o "No More Sleepless Nights Workbook: Tracking Your Progress Toward a Great Night's Sleep," Peter Hauri. Gives you tools to be your own sleep therapist with interactive quizzes, sleep logs, and self-evaluation ex...
East Grand Forks Campbell Library
• "No More Sleepless Nights Workbook: Tracking Your Progress Toward a Great Night's Sleep," Peter Hauri. Gives you tools to be your own sleep therapist with interactive quizzes, sleep logs, and self-evaluation exercises to find the underlying cause of your sleep problem.
• "Little Minnesota: A Nostalgic Look at Minnesota's Smallest Towns," Jill A. Johnson. Spotlights 100 charming small towns with populations from five to 141, includes fun facts, histories and what makes each community great.
• "Your Life as a Cabin Attendant on the Titanic," Jessica Gunderson. Illustrations: Rachel Dougherty. A children's book about a 20-year-old woman who sets sail on the Titanic as a cabin attendant.
• "Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt: Revealed," Clive Cussler. An insight into the character of Dirk Pitt complete with rare photos, dedications, the Clive Cussler car collection, and advanced Dirk Pitt trivia. A unique insiders guide.
• "Uncle Boris in the Yukon: and Other Shaggy Dog Stories," Daniel Pinkwater. Shares hilarious and heartfelt reflections on the peculiar dogs Pinkwater has encountered in his life, where canine companions teach owners "a lot about how it's possible to live this life."
Grand Forks Public Library
• "Carly's Voice: Breaking Through Autism," Arthur Fleischmann. One of the first books to explore firsthand the challenges of living with autism, it brings readers to an inspiring young woman who has found her voice and her mission.
• "The Barefoot Bandit: The True Tale of Colton Harris-Moore, New American Outlaw," Bob Friel. A a gripping, stranger-than-fiction tale about a neglected and troubled child who outfoxed the authorities, gained a cult following, and made the world take notice.
• "The First Lady of Fleet Street: The Life of Rachel Beer, Crusading Heiress and Newspaper Pioneer," Eilat Negev. A ambitious London socialite assumes the editorship of two venerable Sunday newspapers at a time when women were denied the right to vote.
• "The Tennis Partner," Abraham Verghese. A tribute to the healing powers of tennis and also a moving meditation on friendship, fatherhood, love, addiction, and the particular loneliness of physicians.