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There is an article in the latest issue of the Longfellow-Nokomis Messenger about Patrick Ledray's novel, The Ephesian Artifacts, being named a finalist in the Midwest Book Awards contest. The book has received recognition in the cover design category.
Congratulations Patrick and cover designer Kim Gordon, and good luck! First place winners will be announced during a gala in St. Paul the evening of May 13.
One of the hottest tickets in town for parents—and kids—on Sat., May 7 will be a gathering at the Barnes & Noble in Roseville (2100 North Snelling Ave.) Beginning at 11 a.m., there will be a party featuring both cats and dogs.
The popular children’s book character Skippyjon Jones, a Siamese cat with large ears that make him look like a Chihuahua, will lead the children’s story time, beginning at 11 a.m. When he’s done, he will turn things over to former Twin Cities resident Dave Harrison and current Plymouth resident Gladys Tripp. They are the author and illustrator of They Call Me Buddy The World Traveler, the story of a little dog that keeps getting lost, and ends up visiting country after country during his travels.
Buddy’s adventure begins in Australia, and continues in New Zealand, Russia, The Netherlands, Canada, South America, Antarctica, South Africa, Japan and eventually the United States. The author’s intent with the book is to help educate children on geography, a topic he feels is not focused on enough in schools these days.
They Call Me Buddy has been nominated for a Midwest Book Award in the category of Education/Learning. Winners will be announced at an awards gala on May 13. There is an article about the book in the May 2 edition of The Mooresville Tribune, the author's hometown newspaper.
The Animal Humane Society's "Walk for Animals" will be held in Minneapolis on May 7, 2016, and teen author Justin M. Anderson will be participating.
Helping to raise money for the Animal Humane Society is his way of saying thanks for the role the organization played in the rescue of his kitten, Stripes, the main character in his debut book, Saving Stripes: A Kitty's Story.
Here is a link to Justin's walk page if you want to support the cause by making a donation, or walking with the "Saving Stripes" team.
Minnesota Book Award winner Richard Broderick's latest book of poetry is days away from release. His first book event for Jesus of Walmart takes place on Thurs., May 12 at Common Good Books in St. Paul, Minn.
Learn more about the book, which explores what it means to be human, and where to find glimpses of the sacred in the midst of the profane and disenchanted, on the publisher's website.