Mina Grudnoski Wakeham of Hancock, Michigan, recently purchased Superior Tapestry and sent the author this comment: Superior! Great info presented in such a memorable way! I liked each story as a chapter, easier to read in snatches, although I read the whole last third at one time. Good Job!
Here’s a photo of a visitor to Estivant Pines, Chapter 12.
Deborah K. Frontiera will be signing Superior Tapestry at these locations in October and November: Calumet Farm Market on Fifth St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 9 and hopefully, Oct. 23.At the Marquette Downtown Farm Market Oct. 16 and 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Annual Big …
Modern History Press is excited to announce the audiobook edition of Superior Tapestry: Weaving the Threads of Upper Michigan History is now available! You’ll enjoy more than 6-1/2 hours of enthralling narration recorded by acclaimed voice artist Sarah Scullins. Buy from Audible.com Buy from Apple iTunes
Mike recently sent this photo of him visiting the Keweenaw Heritage Center, “A Stone’s Story”, Chapter 17.
Author Deborah K. Frontiera recently took her daughters and grandchildren on a hike to Estivant Pines (Chapter 21, “A Tree’s Tale”). They hiked the entire loop and at one point found out their arms together could not reach around one white pine.
Teaching Materials for Classrooms, Homeschooler Programs, or Book Clubs For Superior Tapestry: Weaving the Threads of Upper Michigan History We hope you enjoy this 12-page Teacher’s Guide which is suitable for any kind of discussion whether a K – 12 classroom or a book club for adults. You may download, …
Author Deborah K. Frontiera had a bit of fun with “Piano” from Chapter 5. She hopes you’ll visit Piano soon, too.
Mike recently visited “Propeller” in Lake Linden, Chapter 16, and send the attached photo.
This young lady and her aunt visited “Tree” of Estivant Pines, Chapter 21 or Superior Tapestry.