2010 Michigan Notable Book Winners!

photo of all books for 2009 MNB
And here they are, the 2010 Michigan Notable Books! You can find more information and my reviews on several of the winners listed below right here on Night Light Revue…

American Salvage:  Stories – This work by Bonnie Jo Campbell was also a National Book Award nominee this year.

Annie’s Ghosts:  A Journey into a Family’s Secret – By Steve Luxenberg

The Art Student’s War:  A Novel – By Brad Leithauser

Bath Massacre:  America’s First School Bombing – By Arnie Bernstein

Fordlandia:  The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford’s Forgotten Jungle City – This work by Greg Grandin was also a National Book Award nominee this year.

Have a Little Faith:  A True Story of a Last Request – By Mitch Albom

Isadore’s Secret:  Sin, Murder, and Confession in a Northern Michigan Town – By Mardi Link

January’s Sparrow – By Patricia Polacco

The Lost Tiki Palaces of Detroit:  Stories – By Michael Zadoorian

Michigan’s Columbus:  The Life of Douglass Houghton – By Steve Lehto

Nothing But a Smile:  A Novel – By Steve Amick

Orlando M. Poe:  Civil War General and Great Lakes Engineer – By Paul Taylor

Our People, Our Journey:  The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians – By James M. McClurken

Pandora’s Locks:  The Opening of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway – By Jeff Alexander

Roses and Revolutions:  The Selected Writings of Dudley Randall – Edited by Melba Joyce Boyd

Season of Water and Ice – By Donald Lystra

Stitches:  A Memoir – By David Small

Travelin’ Man:  On the Road and Behind the Scenes with Bob Seger – By Tom Weschler

Up the Rouge!:  Paddling Detroit’s Hidden River – By Joel Thurtell

When March Went Mad:  The Game That Transformed Basketball – By Seth Davis

*For book summaries and information on the 2010 Michigan Notable Books, click here.

*For general information about the Michigan Notable Books Program, click here.

*For other press releases, try today’s Detroit News or this release from the Michigan Department of Education.

-Post by Megan Shaffer

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