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July 29, 2010

What I’m reading this week…

The Blood of Flowers
The Blood of Flowers
By Amirrezvani, Anita
Read by Aghdashloo, Shohreh
2007-06 – Hachette Audio
9781594839122 Check Our Catalog  

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A dazzling debut novel about a young woman in 17th-century Persia whose gift as a rug designer transforms her life.

Pandora's Seed: The Unforeseen Cost of Civilization


Pandora’s Seed: The Unforeseen Cost of Civilization
By Wells, Spencer
2010-06 – Random House
9781400062157 Check Our Catalog  


This Water Goes North
This Water Goes North
By Weidemann, Dennis
2008-09 – Manitenahk Books
9780979685200 Check Our Catalog  

From the tranquil farmland waters of Minnesota to the treacherous wilderness rapids of Manitoba, four young men in two old canoes experience an adventure that every kid talks about, but few take. With leaky tents, little experience, and no TV cameras or big-time sponsors, the lads set out in 1979 to paddle 1,400 miles north to Hudson Bay. Why? Why not! Driven by a youthful sense of adventure, they took the chance of a lifetime just to see what lay around the next turn. Sit in their canoe as they glide through smooth waters and survive rushing rivers. Experience with them the desolation of true wilderness and go on humorous escapades with local characters. With graceful storytelling, Dennis Weidemann weaves this richly diverse tale of near disasters, splendid sunsets, bootleggers, Mounties, polar bears, and the indomitable spirit of youth. Share the dream that still lives, and that will surely inspire others. …More

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