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Posts Tagged ‘Books’
Award-winning author/illustrator Chris Van Allsburg, BFA ’72, (‘Jumanji,’ ‘The Polar Express’) relies on a simple prompt to activate his creativity: “What if…?”
U-M historian chronicles a time in Detroit’s history when Native Americans and African Americans were considered property.
Opinions are like mentors, says Nicholas Delbanco. We all have them. Some are more agreeable than others.
The world knew him as ‘Mr. Hockey.’ Murray Howe, BS ’82/MD ’86, author of ‘Nine Lessons I Learned From My Father,’ called him ‘Dad.’
Novelist Nicholas Delbanco pens an ode to readers’ pulp-and-paper Shangri-La: the bookstore.