Building Taliesen: A Home of Love and Loss by Ron McCrea tells the fascinating story of the building of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesen, which became the architest's principal residence for the later years of his life. The book includes photos of Taliesen under construction and illustrates Wright's own recollections of the first summer there. The aut..
Aldo Leopold: His Life and Work, the in-depth biography by Curt Meine, follows him from his childhood as a precocious naturalist to his influential role in the development of conservation and modern environmentalism in the United States. Providing a detailed examination of Leopold's life and the evolution of his thought, this biography also provide..
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..
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 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..
Stay for Lunch: A Story of Faith and Friendship by Anne Goodwin is the chronicle of an unexpected friendship between Anne, the author who was a young woman at the time, and Francina, an 86 year old refined community leader and a devoted Methodist. Beginning in Atlanta, the friendship of this unlikely pair was brought together by a destiny driven ..
Six Generations Here: A Family Farm Remembers recounts the story of the Krueger family farm in Watertown, Wisconsin since coming to America in 1851 for economic opportunity. Author Marjorie L. McLellan reveals the struggles of rural immigrant life over six generations. The Kruegers always incorporated their past traditions with the needs of the pre..
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..
Vacation Memories: A Family Journal - This journal is the perfect companion to any vacation! Record the specifics of your vacation on the Where, When, & How pages; then use the blank pages to write special thoughts, and for vacation pictures. A portion of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to charities of the publisher’s ch..