The author will share the true story of Sport: a puppy rescued in Milwaukee by the crew of the lighthouse tender the Hyacinth in 1914. Sport spent the next twelve years as a ship dog traveling on Lake Michigan. His work as a ship dog, and adventures will be described using the picture book which has been illustrated by Renée Graef.
In his talk, author Joe Kapler explores in greater detail the background of folk artist Paul Seifert and how his life experiences in his native Germany and new home in Wisconsin’s Driftless Area influenced his art.
The long, beer-rich history of Neenah and Menasha is a story well worth the telling.
Join award-winning author, Avi, for a meet and greet and book signing!
The #1 Amazon bestselling author of The Overdue Life of Amy Byler shares good books, good laughs, and truly effective self-care tips for busy women and those who love them.
Being hired to fly for the CIA's secret airline conjured up images of Steve Canyon cartoons and James Bond for Neil Hansen. Nothing could have been further from the truth.
Who doesn't love our state's cheese? Learn new ways to cook with cheese and fascinating stories about the life of a cheesemaker.
A generation of the nation’s young men could not find a job, because there were no jobs. They were hungry, as were their families. They wandered the land looking for a future.
America's National Parks are a national treasure: join author Steve Betchkal as he journeys - in stories and images - through some of his (and your) favorites.