Of Time and Place: A Farm in Wisconsin is a book about the author's family farm in southern Wisconsin. The author, Richard Quinney, documents through photographs, family letters and diaries, and through his own memories a portion of his family history. The farm was first settled by his great-grandparents fleeing the potato famine in Ireland and rem..
The 25 Greatest Moments in Lambeau Field History by Cliff Christl and Dale Hofmann ranks some of the most golden memories since City Stadium was built in 1957. From the first winning game against the Chicago Bears, Lambeau Field has become famous for traditions, triumphs and trials througout the years. This book, a result of painstaking research, i..
White Coat Wisdom is an award-winning medical book written by Stephen J. Busalacchi and the culmination of almost 25 years in medical journalism. This newly updated and revised 473-page hardcover, culled from more than 56 hours of in-person interviews, explores the experiences of extremely accomplished professionals who have found true fulfillment..
Wisconsin has produced an impressive array of FAMOUS WISCONSIN MUSICIANS, from Liberace and Hildegarde to Al Jarreau and Clyde Stubblefield to Butch Vig and the Violent Femmes. Author Susan Masino has interviewed many of them and researched Internet sites and other books to profile 32 of them. The book also references hundreds more musicians with ..
The Kid Who Climbed the Tarzan Tree is a book by D. W. Rozelle recalling his years living in a children's home. The author's mother brings him and his sister to a children's home in 1944 and tells them it will be a short stay. Nearly six years later their stay ends with placement in a foster home. Rozelle remembers his years at the home as the best..
In Famous Wisconsin Artists and Architects, author Hannah Heidi Levy goes way beyond O’Keeffe and Wright to profile nearly 100 artists and architects and provides listings of many more. The book is packed with more than 150 photos of artists, architects and their works. Paperback, 316 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 in.
Madison Women Remember celebrates Madison's 150th birthday as women born between 1915 and 1957 reminisce about growing up here. Meet their families and friends and, enjoy their pastimes, and ultimately follow them through their experience of an adventure everyone shares-coming of age at a particular place and time, receiving its stamp on one’s cha..
Enjoy this collection of twenty-two stories of trout fishing expeditions with friends throughout the author's life. Much humor and subtle wisdom is woven into these stories, which range in time from Bill Stokes childhood all the way to his grandfatherhood. Most of the stories have a Wisconsin locate. Bill was a long time outdoor columnist for t..
Sweet and Sour Pie: A Wisconsin Boyhood by Dave Crehore is a book about the author's youth in 1950's Wisconsin. The reader will enjoy the adventures and misadventures of small town life where family was always at the center. Crehore describes with gentle humor the engaging characters and love of the great outdoors that were a memorable part of his ..