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The bookstore at Fitger’s, 600 E. Superior St., Duluth, offers these events. Go to bookshop.org/shop/fitgerbooks.

  • Children’s author Jen Teschendorf signs copies of her book “Say What Little Duck?” dinner until 14.00 Saturday 20 Nov.

  • 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 27: Emily Kilgore signs copies of her children’s book “The Whatifs.”

  • 14.00-16.00 November 27: Linda LeGarde Grover signs copies of her books, including the new release “Gichigami Hearts: Stories and Histories from the Misaabekong.”

  • 17.-19. November 27: Diana Ostreich signs copies of her book “Waging Peace: One Soldier’s Story of Putting Love First.”

Zenith Boghandel, 318 N. Central Ave., offers these events: Call 218-606-1777 or go to zenithbookstore.com.

  • Author Mark Munger signs copies of his book, “Duck and Cover” from 6 p.m. 14-15 Saturday, November 20th.
  • Author Chris Monroe signs copies of his book, “Monkey with a Tool Belt and the Most Cunning Christmas Ever,” from 6 p.m. 15-16 Saturday, November 20th.
  • Author Sarah Bamford Seidelmann signs copies of her book, “Where the Deer Dreams,” from 6 p.m. 11:00 to 13.00 on 27 November.
  • Author Tashia Hart signs copies of her book, “The Good Berry Cookbook,” from 6 p.m. 13:00 to 15:00 on 27 November.
  • Author Marcie Rendon signs copies of her books, “Murder on the Red River” and “Girl Gone Missing,” from 6 p.m. 15-17 on November 27th.
  • Virtual book launch event for Brene Brown, author of “Atlas of the Heart,” at December 19-20. Your book purchase of “Atlas of the Heart” from Zenith Bookstore (in-store or online) will include access to this virtual event. Order online at zenithbookstore.com/atlas. Use the promotion code ATLAS and you will receive the Zoom link to the event.

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The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library, as the Minnesota Center for the Book, announces the sixth chapter of A book | And Minnesota, with the title “The Song Poet: A Memoir of My Father” by Minnesota author Kao Kali Yang. In the Hmong tradition, the songwriter tells the story of his people, their history and tragedies, joys and losses. In “The Song Poet,” Kao Kalia Yang retells the life of his father, Bee Yang, the songwriter – a Hmong refugee in Minnesota, driven from the Laos Mountains by the United States’ secret war. Now through December 19, Minnesota residents are invited to read the select book selection and will have access to reading guides and virtual book club discussions. Readers can access the ebook and audiobook for free on Ebooks Minnesota for eight weeks. All Minnesota residents are invited to participate in a nationwide discussion with author Kao Kailia Yang at 6 p.m. 19.00 on 9 December. For free. Application necessary.

Ojibwe history, for ages 2-12, at. 10.00, dinner or 14.00 every Wednesday in November in St. Louis County Historical Society, Eli’s Farms Interactive Children’s Exhibition, Level 2 at Depot, 506 W. Michigan St., Duluth. Storytelling in Ojibwe culture is a traditional way of imparting knowledge. All books have been approved by our American Indian Advisory Committee. Go to thehistorypeople.org.

History times10:15 on Wednesdays at the Duluth Main Library and the West Duluth Department and 10:15 on Thursdays at the Mount Royal Department. Go to duluthlibrary.evanced.info/signup/calendar.

Aunt M’s guide to fat – free self-promotion for writers by Tex Thompson, 9-11 Saturday, November 20th. Marketing your authorship is an inevitable task, but it does not have to be an unbearable task. If you are wondering where to start, this workshop is for you. Arianne “Tex” Thompson is the author of “Children of the Drought”, an internationally released epic fantasy western series from Solaris. Her class is ideal for traditional and independently published authors as well as unpublished authors. Price is $ 5 for members of Lake Superior Writers; $ 15 for non-members. Registration deadline: Friday 19 November You will receive an email with a Zoom link close to the event. To register: lakesuperiorwriters.org/events/auntie-ms-guide-to-greaseless-self-promotion.

Author Renee Bertram Anduze, a Grand Rapids graduate, will sign copies of his new book, “Take a Left at Tomorrow,” from 6 p.m. 14-18 December 12 at Timberlake Lodge, 144 SE 17th St., Grand Rapids.

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Title: “Children of winter: A celebration of Nordic skiing”

Author: Ryan Rodgers

Synopsis: The book traces Nordic skiing in the Midwest from its introduction in the late 1800s to its uncertain future in today’s changing climate. Generously illustrated, this is an engaging look at the earliest ski teams and hiking clubs; the development of cross-country skiing, equipment and fashion; and the ambitious effort to maintain a large trail network across Minnesota’s State Park system.

Cost: $ 34.95

Publisher: University of Minnesota Press

Release Date: Dec 14

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Title: “Desolation Canyon”

Author: PJ Tracy

Synopsis: The book follows LA police investigator Margaret Nolan as she investigates a body found at the Hotel Bel-Air, revealing connections to both a Russian criminal ring and to a religious retreat in Death Valley, where Margaret’s own mother is visiting.

Cost: $ 24.99

Publisher: Minotaur Books

Release date: January 18, 2022

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