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Everyone in the Northland region is being encouraged to read the collection of Ojibwe tales and lessons told from the perspective of an elder wolf.
Joe Shead's "Buck Tales'' shares stories of his first buck, biggest buck and many hunts in between.
"The Philosophy of Modern Song" is the first book of new writing in 18 years from the Duluth-born, Hibbing-raised Nobel laureate.
Beth Leipholtz became inspired to write her newest book, "The ABCs of Inclusion" after hearing many stories of parents like herself who have children with disabilities and diagnoses.
A Minnesota author has delved into the curious and difficult case that stumped Duluth detectives for years.
When the University of Minnesota Duluth stopped running the regional book awards, a nonprofit group picked up the torch. This year's winners, representing books published over the past two years, were announced on Tuesday.

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From the column: "Banned books can help students reflect on their own experiences. ... Banned books (also) offer room for discussion for students to see and understand alternate views."
Carol Bradley Bursack hears from a reader who feels they weren't given enough information about hospice and other alternatives as as their father went through cancer treatments.
Elton John, Alice Cooper and the late David Bowie are getting the coffee table treatment with new books as the music world marks three-quarters of a century since their births.

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