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"Learning is not attained by chance. It must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence" - Abigail Adams
....who is Abigail Adams?  [read more]

A Magical WinterA Magical Winter
NEW 2016 book by award-winning Michigan based nature photographers, Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick.  Out of the snowstorm a little bit of magic came into the woods. At first perplexed and then delighted, the wildlife discover and are introduced to a white-tailed deer unlike any they have seen before. Readers of all ages will love this timeless story and enchanting images as they enjoy this children's picture book celebrating winter's magic. Hardcover, $19.95

 

< Authors & nature photographers Jean Stoick & Carl Sams II visit with Louise at JJ Cardinal's...they signed copies of their newest book: A Magical Winter (above).

Stranger in the woodsStranger In The Woods - Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick. A delightful "photographic Fantasy" will delight readers of all ages. $19.95

Special 10th anniversary edition: $21.95 (signed by authors)

© Copyright Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick

now on DVD and VHSStranger in the Woods - the Movie
Journey deep into the woods and meet two snowdrifts: Pierre, who speaks with a bad French accent, and his friend Janine, a singer at heart. Together they introduce you to their forest friends and recall when a mysterious stranger came to visit. Bonus footage: behind the scenes making the book & movie. Simply delightful - 40 minutes of family fun.
DVD - includes interactive snowman, and preview of "Lost in the Woods" $19.95.
VHS $14.95  (sold out)
First Snow In The WoodsFirst Snow in the Woods by Carl R. Sams, II & Jean Stoick - Readers are taken on a beautiful photographic journey deep into the autumn woods as the animals of the forest get ready for the year’s first winter storm. They hear the cries from the great gray owl who came down from the far north carrying the warning, “Winter is coming early this year! Prepare.” From the very first page, readers will be fascinated by the exquisite photographs of wildlife amid a background of vibrant autumn reds and golds. Will the animals be ready for the cold, hard winter to come? Hardcover, 48 pgs. ISBN#: 0977010864. $19.95

© Copyright Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick
printed with pride in Canada

First Snow In The Woods - dvdFirst Snow in the Woods: The Movie (DVD)
In the movie you’ll love the animals, and their perfectly-timed voice-overs that will have you believing they are really talking and singing. Produced by Laura and Rob Sams. $19.95

See sneak preview: link: sneak preview of First Snow in the Woods DVD

when Snowflakes FallWhen Snowflakes Fall by Jean Stoick & Carl R. Sams, II
14-page hard "boardbook" - ideal for young nature lovers (pre-school). Lovely introduction to common woodland creatures: deer, owl, mouse, hummingbird, butterfly, chipmunk, woodpecker, bear, robin. ISBN# 978-0-9770108-9-9. $7.95
Stoick & Sams: One Child - One PlanetOne Child, One Planet
Inspiration for the young conservationist by Bridget McGovern Llewellyn. Photography by Jean Stoick & Carl R. Sams, II. Hardcover, 45 pages. $19.95

© Copyright Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick
printed with pride in Canada

Tea with Lady SapphireSharing the Love of Birds
Tea with Lady Sapphire by Carl Sams II and Jean Stoick
A celebration of birds and nature and from the New York Times best-selling authors and Michigan residents.
"Reading Tea with Lady Sapphire is fun for all. The antics and activities of our wild feathered friends are brought to life with great descriptions and photographs that will amaze kids, and adults, too!" Jim Berry, President of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute.  48 colorful pages, hardcover, 9¾" X 9¼", ISBN# 0982762518 $19.95.
snowman - plush toy7" Plush Snowman
A plush version of your favorite snowman, from Carl Sams II and Jean Stoick. It is made of soft fabric that's machine washable (in cold water) and has a weighted bottom so it can stand on their own. It's even sporting the Stranger's infamous floppy-eared, red hat and red gloves. It easily fits in little hands and is a great companion to Stranger in the Woods (the book), and Stranger in the Woods: The Movie. Cute and cuddly.  $7.95  (sold out for the season)
Lost In The Woods: Eleven Weeks as NY Times Best Seller!Lost In The Woods
by wildlife photographers Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick, authors of best-seller Stranger in the Woods. Children of all ages will enjoy this enchanted tale (see right for more info).
ISBN# 0-9671748-8-0.  $19.95

© Copyright Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick

...a book of trust, patience and waiting for your time.A new life was born in the woods.
He slept alone in the tall grass.
Was he lost?
The animals of the forest wanted to know.

Through their latest book, Lost in the Woods, Sams and Stoick hope people learn most fawns found alone in the woods are rarely lost or abandoned. Newborn fawns spend their first weeks without mom because her scent will attract predators to her babe. She instinctively knows to stay only briefly to nurse and care for her fawn. He will travel with her when he is older and stronger.

Lost In The Woods - the movie (DVD)Lost In The Woods - the movie (DVD)
story by Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick -- movie by Laura Sams and Robert Sams -- a Sisbro Production
ISBN: 0-9770108-1-3   $19.95

movie summary: Shirley, an old box turtle, meets a very lost raccoon named Fernando Hernandafandavez (that's not a typo) and helps him discover the magic of spring. Then, together they learn the truth about the little fawn who sleeps alone in the woods.

Original songs, live video combined with photography from the award-winning children's book, Lost In The Woods (above). Children of all ages will enjoy this tale of trust, patience and waiting for your time.

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recipes

Recipe for feeding wild birdsRecipe Book For Feeding Wild Birds
by Deana Jager
150 recipes to make your own suet cakes, seed mixes and other treats to attract specific species for every season. 91 pages, paperback, nicely illustrated by author. $9.98

Michigan Author - printed in the USA!

Cooking For BirdsCooking for the Birds
by Adele Porter
Invite everybirdy with this book that features 26 simple recipes, perfect to tackle alone or with the whole family. Includes tips for selecting the right ingredients for the right birds. Attract orioles, hummingbirds and more. The photo examples of the finished recipes are a sight to see! Paperback, $9.95
Old Farmhouse KitchenThe Old Farmhouse Kitchen
Recipes and old-time nostalgia - paperback. Tried and true recipes from the farmhouse kitchen, this cookbook will produce irresistible creations. Hundreds of easy-to-follow recipes provide refreshing success. Filled with photographs and anecdotes, the book is as collectible as it is useful. ISBN-13: 978-0963606648.  $19.95
Birds In The Yard: month by monthBirds in the Yard Month by Month by Sharon Sorenson
Get to know all the birds that will flock to a bird-friendly yard, and make your yard more attractive to those that require a little extra persuasion to visit. Paperback, 410 pages, $24.95

.field guides: birds

Sibley's NEW Eastern GuideThe Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America: Second Edition
Once in a great while, a natural history book changes the way people look at the world. In 1934, Roger Tory Peterson produced Field Guide to the Birds … Now comes The Sibley Guide to Birds.” -- The New York Times
"Simply the best 'illustrated' birding guide available." -- J.J. Cardinal
Available in two versions, east and west. Flexi-cover. 464 pgs, ISBN: #9780307957917.
$19.95
Sibley's 2nd edition - west regionThe Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America: Second Edition
this guide features 715 bird species, plus regional populations, found west of the Rocky Mountains. Available in two versions, east and west. Flexi-cover. ISBN: # 9780307957924.  $19.95
Sibley Guide to BirdsThe Sibley Guide to Birds - The brand new field guide to North American birds is the most exciting field guide to come out since Roger Tory Peterson first invented the field guide in the early years of the 20th century.  6,600 beautiful pictures of American birds in lifelike poses; over 500 large pages. Hardcover $35.00

printed in Hong Kong 

The Sibley Field Guide: Eastern N. Amer.The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America - full-color illustrations used in the publication of the acclaimed Sibley Guide to Birds is now divided into eastern and western regions. 432 pages, flexi-bound. $19.95

(1st edition) 

sibleys-birding-basics.jpg (4265 bytes)Sibley’s Birding Basics - David Allen Sibley details everything the birder needs to know to identify species. Even experts will be able to use the book to hone their skills of identification, when and where to look for birds, and explains the basic concepts of identification: shape and size of the bird itself, and the colors and other defining features of the feathers. Each point is illustrated with Sibley’s extraordinary full-color paintings—all of them made specifically for this volume—which range from a detail of a feather to a view of the whole bird. ISBN 0-375-70966-5 Flexi-cover $15.95

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America by David Allen Sibley
(see Eastern region guide, above)  $19.95

bird ID tool: Sibleys flashcards - see our "gift page"Related reference material:
Sibley's Flashcards - also on our "gift" page >>
Sibley's Backyard Bird ID PosterSibley’s Backyard Birds of Eastern North America Wall Poster This new poster features 98 common species in 144 illustrations. They are reproduced in relative scale, arranged by families: finches, blackbirds, woodpeckers, etc., and covers our region. The illustrations were created after years of observation and capture the essence of each bird accurately. This poster measuring 24” x 36” would be a wonderful gift for anyone who watches and appreciates birds. $29.95.

JJ Cardinal Tip: Purchase this one early if you plan on having it professionally framed as a holiday gift.  

The Oriole BookThe Oriole Book by Nancy Flood - Paperback 90 pages, from Stackpole Books (October 2009).  Product Dimensions: 8¾ x 5¾ x 3/8 inches; Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces. Author Nancy Flood is an ornithologist at the University of Kamloops in British Columbia. Learn more about one of the most colorful and popular groups of birds in North America with this fact-filled guide. Illustrated natural history information covering feeding behaviors, courtship, nest building, raising young, migration, and more. $19.95 Field Guide to N. American birds by Kenn KaufmanField Guide to Birds of North America by Kenn Kaufman
In 2000 Houghton Mifflin first published the Kaufman Focus Guide to the Birds of North America. Critically acclaimed for its innovative design, the Kaufman guide began introducing a new generation to birding. In 2005, this new Kaufman Field Guide to Birds of North America is now the most up-to-date field guide, including dozens of changes by the American Ornithologists’ Union in official names of birds; the addition of new species to reflect the latest scientific discoveries; and dozens of updated range maps. Packaged in a compact format that has made this guide the easiest to use for fast identification in the field.Flex-bound, full color photographs, 392 pages, $18.95
National Audubon Society Eastern RegionNational Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds: Eastern Region
by John Bull & John Farrand, Jr.
An all-photographic field guide to birds describes 508 species found in the eastern region of North America, and features 646 full-color, high-quality nature photographs and a detailed range map for each species. It is organized visually, by color and shape to make identification simple and accurate in the field. $19.95

printed in Japan

National Geographic Society - field guideNational Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America - Outstanding full-color illustrations 480 pages. Paperback 5" x 8" handy range maps. "Get a room full of birders and 90% of 'em will have a 'National Geo' with them," says one famed bird enthusiast. Fourth Edition. Mel Baughman & Barbara Brownell, Editors; Introduction by Dr. John W. Fitzpatrick. ISBN 0-7922-6877-6  
$21.95
National Geographic field guide to the Birds of Eastern North America (phew! quite a title!)National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of Eastern North America (or Western North America - right)
Jon L. Dunn & Jonathan Alderfer, Editors National Geographic Society. 448 pages, 5-3/8" x 8", full-color illustrations, range maps, $19.95 each
Nat. Geographic - West edition
Golden Field Guides: Eeastern BirdsGolden Field Guides: Eastern Birds
A Guide to Field Identification by James Coe
Can you name all the birds visiting your backyard feeder, swimming on a local pond, or soaring through familiar skies? This easy-to-use guide is perfect for the casual observer or beginning bird enthusiast. Highly acclaimed by critics, Eastern Birds is the ideal companion for nature walks and for pleasurable bird watching. $14.95
Peterson Guide for Young NaturalistsPeterson Field Guides for Young Naturalists: Backyard Birds
Jonathan P. Latimer & Karen Stray Nolting
Illustrated by Roger Tory Peterson
This guide uses life-like illustrations to help young naturalists make accurate identifications. The book is simple, friendly, and easy to use, ensuring the success of beginners. $5.95 (ages 8 - 12)
Peterson eastern/central 5th editionA Field Guide to the Birds Of Eastern and Central North America - Peterson, paperback. New revised 5th edition; flexibound. $20.00 Peterson's First Guide to BirdsThe Concise Field Guide to 188 Common Birds of North America
by Roger Tory Peterson
Peterson First Guides are the first books the beginning naturalist needs. They make it fun to get into the field, and easy to progress to the full-fledged Peterson guides. $5.95
Peterson field guide - new editionPeterson Field Guide to Birds of North America - The most accessible, concise, and easy-to-use Peterson guide. Includes full-color Peterson-style illustrations, species accounts, maps on same page, and other information. Flexi-bound, 544 pages with 195 color plates. A "must-have" field guide for birding lovers; ISBN-10: 0618966145. $26.00 Feeder BirdsFeeder Birds of Eastern North America: A Quick and Easy Guide to Identifying Who is on Your Bird Feeder. Slim, affordable and in a larger format designed especially for the eighty million North Americans who watch and feed birds. Full-color, $9.95
Peterson Guide: Warblers, by Jon DunnPeterson Guide to Warblers - by John Dunn. All 60 North American species of warblers are described in detail; color maps. Flexibound $20.00; Hardcover: $30.00

printed in the USA 

Peterson Field Guide: HummingbirdsHummingbirds of North America Peterson Field Guides by Sheri L. Williamson. Completely new to the Peterson line, this is the first comprehensive guide to the identification of North American hummingbirds. Covering all 31 species. Flexi-bound, $22.00
Backyard Birds of the NortheastField Guide to Backyard Birds of the Northeast by George Loggins - Over 100 entries showcasing the 60 most popular birds of the Northeast, and includes how to attract birds to feeders, full-color illustrations of both male and female birds, and instructions on the most effective placement of feeders. ISBN 1-59186-008-3; full-color photographs, full-color illustrations. $9.95 National Audubon pocket guides: East & WestNational Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Songbirds and Familiar Backyard Birds: East (also available, same format for West). Indispensable, portable pocket guides with full-color photographs to the creatures, plants, and natural phenomenon you are most likely to see. $9.95 each
National Wildlife Federation Guide to N. American BirdsNational Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Birds of North America - By Edward S. Brinkley Foreword by Craig Tufts, NWF Chief Naturalist From the National Wildlife Federation
The most up-to-date, all-photographic field guide to North American birds. Birders will find it indispensable: this single, portable volume features more than 750 species, along with more than 2,000 stunning images by leading nature photographers showing birds in their natural habitats. Other features include: more than 600 maps showing bird distribution in every season; strategies for watching and identifying birds; a complete species index plus a quick-flip index; a glossary of terms; and a checklist of birds. The guide’s unique waterproof cover makes it especially valuable for use in the field. $19.95
The Warbler GuideThe Warbler Guide by Tom Stephenson & Scott Whittle
Illustrated by Catherine Hamilton $ 29.95, flexibound, 560 pages, 6¼" x 8¾" full-color photographs, charts, maps, Princeton University Press. The Warbler Guide revolutionizes bird watching, making warbler identification easier than ever before.

- Covers all 56 species in the United States and Canada
- Song and call finders make identification easy with a few simple questions
- Visual quick finders help you identify warblers at any angle
- Detailed species accounts, song mnemonics, undertail patterns, color impressions, habitat and behavior information
The Backyard Birdsong Guide: Eastern & Central North America
A Guide to Listening 2nd edition by Donald Kroodsma & Larry McQueen, Cornell Lab Publishing. This interactive handbook of birds and their songs for beginning bird-watchers. With a touch-button electronic module housing common vocalizations of 75 species from across Eastern and Central North America, this volume offers a truly sensory way to identify and get to know local birds. Crisply detailed and scientifically accurate illustrations. ISBN: 9781943645015. $34.95
Captivating bluebirdsCaptivating Bluebirds by Stan Tekiela
Beautiful, graceful and endearing bluebirds! Learn why these curious backyard visitors are so lovable. Filled with unique photographs, and fascinating information. The headings and small text blocks complement Stan's stunning photography for pleasurable, easy browsing. Captivating Bluebirds presents the bluebird as you've never seen it before. Rough dimensions: 9" x 7½" x ¾", paperback 144 pages, ISBN: 978-1591930730. $14.95
Stokes: field guide to North American Birds Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America
by Donald & Lillian Stokes
Paperback: 816 pages; published by Little, Brown and Company. Features 853 North American bird species and more than 3,400 color photographs. ISBN# 978-0316010504. 5¾ x 2 x 8½ inches.
$24.99

import alert: printed in China

Stokes: EasternStokes: WestStokes Field Guide to Birds: Eastern Region or Western Region (see left)
by Donald and Lillian Stokes
The Stokes' Field Guide to Birds is comprehensive.
$17.99 each
Stokes: Beginner's Guide - eastStokes Beginner's - West Stokes Beginner’s Guide to Birds: Eastern Region or Western Region
by Donald & Lillian Stokes
Offers novice birders with an introductory guide that provide instant access to the most commonly sighted species in the east and in the west.
$9.99 each

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.reference that focuses on common bird species, butterflies, mammals and other life forms in Michigan region
Mushrooms of the Northeast Mushrooms of Northeast North America
Midwest to New England by George Barron
Contains 875, big beautiful full color photographs of 609 species you'd find in this region. Flexi cover, $26.95

As a retirement project, George Barron devoted much of his time to collecting and photographing the mushrooms and other macrofungi of Canada and northern United States. His efforts are what made this awesome book possible.

Ted Black's Birds of MichiganBirds of Michigan by Ted Black & Gregory Kennedy
Learn about 302 species of Michigan birds in fascinating detail. Descriptions of each bird, illustrations and range maps help you identify birds and understand their habits. The birds are grouped and color coded for quick identification. A checklist helps you keep a list of your birding accomplishments. ISBN#: 978-1-55105-336-3. 360 pages, 5½" x 8½" paperback. $21.95
Michigan Roadside NaturalistMichigan Roadside Naturalist by J. Alan Holman and Margaret B. Holman from the The University of Michigan Press. Paperback. This book should be an invaluable companion for anyone traveling through the state of Michigan, whether a native Michiganian, a tourist, or a person on a business venture.  ISBN 0-472-06675-7  $24.95
Wild About Michigan BirdsWild About Michigan Birds A Youth's Guide to the Birds of Michigan
Introduce Kids to the Fun of Bird Watching Includes: color photos, habitat info, range maps, egg photos, life cycles, places to journal, and really fun facts for kids! Paperback. $17.95
Question & Answers About Backyard BirdsQuestions & Answers About Backyard Birds by Jim Williams and Anthony Hertzel - Ever wonder: "what is the best feed to offer the birds in your backyard? how to prevent birds from striking your windows? why nuthatches climb down trees instead of up? Here's the book that will answer many questions bird feeders may have in this new publication. Paperback. $9.95
Birds of MichiganBirds of Michigan: Field Guide by Stan Tekiela features 112 species, all Michigan birds. No need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in our state. Easy to use color guide: see a yellow bird and you don't know what it is? Go to the yellow section. Contains range maps and interesting facts. $12.95

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Birds of Michigan with CD!Birds of Michigan Field Guide and Audio CD - The two best tools for enjoying birds in Michigan in one great, pocket-size package! This exceptional value includes Birds of Michigan Field Guide to 112 common birds, and a follow-along audio CD of the bird’s songs and calls, and packages tidily in a leather case, $29.95
Michigan TreesMichigan Trees A Guide to the Trees of Michigan and the Great Lakes Region Revised and Updated By Burton V. Barnes & Warren H. Wagner, Jr.
The number-one book for tree identification in Michigan and the Great Lakes. If you buy one tree guide this year, this should be it. Now in its tenth decade of publication, Michigan Trees is the must-have reference book for anyone who wants to learn about the trees of this unique North American region. $19.95
National Geographic field guide to Michigan birdsNational Geographic Field Guide to Birds: Michigan
This guide provides affordable, portable, reliable region-specific information, perfect for the novice or experienced birder. It contains an introduction by an expert birder from the region offering guidance on where to look for key birds. $14.95
Forests of MichiganThe Forests of Michigan By Donald I. Dickmann & Larry A. Leefers
A perfect companion to Michigan Trees. No book currently on bookstore shelves explores, as The Forests of Michigan does, the natural history, ecology, management, economic importance, and use of the rich and varied forests that cover about half of the state's 36.3 million acres. $29.95

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backyard birdsBackyard Bird Identification Booklet - A field guide to more than 80 common feeder visitors across North America. The booklet's introduction tells you how to identify various birds. The balance of the booklet is devoted to photographs of each species, with ranges, field marks, and food preferences. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99 bluebirdsEnjoying Bluebirds More - The perfect bluebird landlord manual! Learn how to get the greatest number of healthy bluebirds and the most enjoyment from your bluebird boxes. Dazzling color photographs and illustrations make this comprehensive handbook an outstanding value. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99

see also: J.J. Cardinal's bluebird feeders & houses

Bird Watcher's Digest booklet: Enjoy birdfeedingEnjoying Bird Feeding More - filled with practical tips on everything from suet to mealworms. Author Julie Zickefoose shares her secrets for setting up a feeding station that will bring your yard to life by attracting more birds. 32 colorful pages. $3.99 Answer GuideAnswer Guide - BWD Editor Bill Thompson, III, helps you cut to the chase by providing answers and solutions to 101 backyard questions. From cats to squirrels, from baffles to birdbaths, from sick birds to quick birds (hummingbirds), it's all in here. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99
Bird homesA Guide to Bird Homes - Did you know that 85 species of North American birds use nest boxes or natural cavities? Author Scott Shalaway reveals the lessons he's learned in years of backyard study. You'll find out what works and what doesn't work; you'll get species profiles of the most prolific cavity nesters; and the beautiful photographs that accompany the text will amaze and delight you. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99

see also: J.J. Cardinal's bird houses & bird house kits

batsUnderstanding Bats - Learn about the secret lives of these gentle mammals and how they benefit us. Researchers Kim Williams and Rob Mies dispel common myths, answer frequently asked questions, profile North America's six most regularly seen bat species, and provide information about bat conservation. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99
purple martinsEnjoying Purple Martins More - The first-ever complete handbook for the purple martin landlord. Packed with priceless info, it includes a scout-arrival-dates map, a predator baffle design, and a troubleshooting chart. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99 squirrelsEnjoying Squirrels More (or Less!) - Learn about the world of squirrels and the ways you can attract, distract, or repel them. Squirrel expert Howard Youth recounts stories from the squirrel/feeder war front, profiles a colorful roundup of North American squirrels, and outlines ways of keeping squirrels away from your feeders. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99

see also: J.J. Cardinal's squirrel feeders

woodpeckersEnjoying Woodpeckers More - Join Julie Zickefoose for a journey into the not-so-secret lives of this favorite family of birds. From the dinky downy to the cackling pileated, Julie offers a definitive account of woodpeckers, describing their food preferences, housing choices, and sometimes baffling behavior. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99 water gardenCreating Your Water Garden  There are few additions to a yard that evoke the tranquillity and serenity of a water garden. The latest title from Bird Watcher's Digest Press includes everything you need to know about creating your own water garden. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99
hummingbirdsEnjoying Hummingbirds More - This primer offers excellent guidance for attracting and hosting hummingbirds. Any gardener or backyard bird watcher in North America can expect a hummingbird to visit during the warmer months. Eager hummingbird watchers should be prepared to greet these tiny beauties with flowering plants and nectar feeders. Detailed plant and flower charts. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99

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bird gardenCreating Your Backyard Bird Garden - A great backyard bird sanctuary starts from the ground up. Water, food, nesting habitat, cover---all the essentials are addressed by David Donnelly in this groundbreaking effort. You'll bring in the birds and thank Bird Watchers Digest. (32-page, full-color booklet) $3.99
Enjoying Cardinals MoreEnjoying Cardinals More - This delightful 32-page booklet contains fantastic information about one of the most popular North American backyard birds-the northern cardinal. Complete with beautiful full-color photographs throughout, this booklet appeals to cardinal admirers of all ages and bird-watching skill levels. Enjoying Cardinals More has all the information bird watchers need to attract cardinals to their yards and feeders. It offers useful tips to help identify cardinals by sight and by sound, and describes a variety of cardinal behavior from nesting to feeding flocks. $3.99

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Discovering MothsDiscovering Moths - John Himmelman introduces us to the beautiful, fascinating, and unappreciated cousins of the butterflies: moths. Learn about the hundreds of species that live right outside your home, how to identify them, and attract them. Paper, full-color photographs and black & white illustrations, $18.95

printed in China

Caterpillars  by EarleyCaterpillars: Find - Identify - Raise Your Own by Chris Earley
Creatures that can turn from a caterpillar into a butterfly or a moth fascinate everyone. If you're curious about caterpillars and the magic of their transformation into a butterfly or moth, this newly released book is for you and only $6.95.  ISBN: 978-1770851832, 32 pages, paperback.

 

Butterflies & Moths - a Golden GuideGolden Guide to Butterflies and Moths
This Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press illustrates in full color 423 of the most common, widespread, important, or unusual North American species of Lepidoptera. A lot of information packed into this handy guide. $7.95

printed in USA

Butterflies of the North WoodsNorth Woods Naturalist Series
The popular North Woods Naturalist Series field guides contain detailed information, with innovative formats that make field identification a snap. Each guide will help you know what to look for and when. These books are made exclusively for the regions encompassing the North Woods of the United States and Canada. $18.95 each
Caterpillars of Eastern North AmericaPrinceton Field Guides: Caterpillars of Eastern North America - By David L. Wagner
This lavishly illustrated guide will enable you to identify the caterpillars of nearly 700 butterflies and moths found east of the Mississippi. The more than 1,200 color photographs and two dozen line drawings include numerous exceptionally striking images. Absolutely the best caterpillar identification book! $29.95
Insects - part of the Golden Guide seriesGolden Guides: Insects - revised and updated (February 2001). Handy 4" x 6" paperback reference, 160 pages, full-color illustrations. From St. Martin’s Press,  $6.95
Family Butterfly BookThe Family Butterfly Book By Rick Mikula - Though many of us know that caterpillars turn into butterflies, Rick explains the transformation from start to finish-egg to caterpillar to chrysalis to butterfly-and reveals where each stage can be found in the wilds of our own backyards. With stunning full-color photographs and detailed illustrations, Rick explains how to attract, safely catch and handle, and raise and support butterflies. He also discusses how to make irresistible habitats for butterflies and emphasizes the importance of basking sites, water sources, and shelter. Did you ever want to hand-feed a butterfly? Have a live-butterfly tree? Feature butterflies in special celebrations? Rick explains all that and more. With vital facts, how-to projects and intriguing discussions of butterfly behavior and lore, The Family Butterfly Book is sure to amaze and inspire readers of all ages. $16.95 Printed with pride in Canada Kaufman: ButterfliesKaufman Field Guide to Butterflies of North America
By Jim P. Brock & Kenn Kaufman
The most user-friendly butterfly guide ever published, still handy and compact, now updated with the very latest information. $19.95
Insects & SpidersNorth American Insects & Spiders by Lorus & Margery Milne - National Audubon Society Field Guide Series; 990 pages, full-color photographs, range maps, handy pocket size, $19.95

printed in Japan

spiders of North WoodsSpiders of the North Woods
A Handy Field Reference to Our Most Common Northern Spiders - By Larry Weber
Spiders of the North Woods introduces you to over 60 fascinating northern spiders. Spider guides are few and far between. Larry Weber’s easy-to-follow format makes field identification simple and fun. Full color photographs, paperback, $18.95
[to toptop] Insects of North WoodsInsects of the North Woods
A Field Guide to 300 of Our Most Distinctive and Interesting Insects by Jeff Hahn
Have you ever wondered what that colorful bug on your wood pile was? Insects of the North Woods will help you identify more than 300 species of six-legged critters native to Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. $18.95

 

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Mammals of North AmericaMammals of North America by Roland W. Kays, and Don E. Wilson--this is the most comprehensive and up-to-date field guide to the mammals of North America. Flexi-bound cover, $19.95 Golden Guide to MammalsGolden Guide to Mammals
An accurate and fascinating introduction to more than 200 of the most common species of mammals in North America. Full color illustrations accent features that help you to recognize each animal in its natural environment. Range maps show where various species can be found. $6.95
Kaufman: a field guide to MammalsKaufman Field Guide to Mammals of North America
By Nora Bowers, Rick Bowers & Kenn Kaufman - This comprehensive guide treats every species of wild mammal found north of the Mexican border, from squirrels and chipmunks to grizzly bears and jaguars as well as those in offshore waters. More than 1,200 photographs have been digitally edited to show correct sizes, comparative colors, and the field marks necessary for identification in the wild. $19.95
Mammals of the NortheastMammals of the Northeast
By John O. Whitaker, Jr. & Randall Reeves
The over-size format allows for truly spectacular reproduction of full-color photographs of lynx, bobcat, moose, deer, whales, and dolphins by several celebrated photographers. $16.95
Peterson First Guide to MammalsPeterson First Guide to Mammals
By Peter Alden Peterson - First Guides are the first books the beginning naturalist needs. They make it fun to get into the field, and easy to progress to the full-fledged Peterson guides. $5.95
Petersons: field guide to Mammals of North AmericaPeterson Field Guide to Mammals of North America
By Fiona A. Reid - Fourth edition - completely rewritten, with all-new range maps and illustrations for all species. All the mammals of North America north of Mexico are covered, including those found in near-shore waters. The most comprehensive, in-depth, and current guide to North American mammals, this book is the only one to include both paintings and photographs, as well as photographs of animal skulls. $20.00
Raccoons: a Natural HistoryRaccoons A Natural History
By Samuel I. Zeveloff - The word ‘raccoon’ is drawn from the Native American Algonquian language. Their term arakun roughly translates to “he who scratches with his hands.” Anyone who has found a raccoon rummaging around in a once securely closed trash container can attest to how skillful raccoons are with their front paws. Samuel Zeveloff explores this trait and much more in his accessible natural history of raccoons. $17.95
squirrel-at-my-windowSquirrels at My Window
Life with a Remarkable Gang of Urban Squirrels
By Grace Marmor Spruch - “This delightful book, as clear-eyed as it is loving, is an artful chronicle worked up out of a diary of a decade and more of intimacy with these graceful, clean, and little-understood city rodents, written by a most literate physicist  - valuable, lighthearted, but serious.” - Scientific American.  $12.00
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How many times have you felt overwhelmed by life only to look over and see your cat sprawled out on the table enjoying his third nap of the day? Fear not fretting human, the cats are here to help you with advice found in this charming compact little hardcover book. $12.95

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Sibley: Guide to TreesThe Sibley Guide to Trees - Written and Illustrated by David Allen Sibley

"A beautiful, masterful, and much-needed work that will henceforth be our guide to North American trees." -- Edward O. Wilson

Precise illustrations, clear descriptions, and invaluable information. Flexi-cover. $39.95

National Geographic field guide to trees of N. AmericaNational Geographic Field Guide to the Trees of North America The Essential Identification Guide for Novice and Expert By Keith Rushforth & Charles Hollis - Ideal for backpacks and back pockets alike, this indispensable reference makes it easy to identify any tree commonly encountered between the Canadian Arctic and Mexico and from the Atlantic to the Pacific-more than 350 species in all. $17.95
American Woodland GardenThe American Woodland Garden - Capturing the Spirit of the Deciduous Forest. Alphabetical listing of woodland plants offers useful advice for every garden, emphasizing native trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses, sedges, and flowering perennials that fit the forest aesthetic. 700 stunning photos show both the natural plant in the wild and the effects that can be achieved with them in garden settings. Information on planting, soils, and maintenance, 376 pages, full-color photographs, hardcover, $49.95. Rick Darke Bird Gardening BookStokes Bird Gardening Book - The Complete Guide to Creating a Bird-Friendly Habitat in Your Backyard. For anyone who wants to enjoy the added beauty and liveliness that birds can bring to a garden. Includes photos, charts, and plans, with ideas for every season and every region of the country, to help you create your own backyard paradise. $12.95, paperback. Donald & Lillian Stokes, 96 pages, full-color photographs, full-color illustrations.
raising Mason beesMason Bees, Gentle-Natured Garden Caretakers - Raising mason bees is easy, but gardeners new to these gentle pollinators will appreciate our How-To Guide pamphlet. Easy to read, this 16-page pamphlet is a quick reference guide to help your gardeners be successful with both spring and summer mason bees. $3.99
* Discussion of which bee fits your needs - An overview of what you need in your yard
* Time tables for both spring bees and summer leafcutter bees
* An overview of pests and what to do about them
* A summary of bees, nesting material, houses, and accessories
National Audubon field guide to wildflowersNational Audubon Society Field Guide to Wildflowers: Eastern Region By William A. Niering & Nancy C. Olmstead - This fully revised edition brings a new level of beauty, accuracy, and usefulness to the field guide that wildflower enthusiasts have relied upon for more than twenty years. More than 950 all-new, full-color images show the wildflowers of eastern North America close-up and in their natural habitats. The guide has been completely revised to make identification in the field easier than ever. Images are grouped by flower color and shape and keyed to clear, concise descriptions that reflect current taxonomy. $19.95
Wildflowers of Eastern United StatesWildflowers of the Eastern United States
  “An excellent guidebook” - Bowling Green Daily News
  “The serious horticulturist, the devoted gardener, the occasional gardener, and even the interested novice will benefit from this book.” - Southern Living
   “Impressive . . . A must-have book on the shelf of anyone interested in nature in Florida.” - Tampa Tribune-Times
Hardcover $29.95,  Paperback $24.95
Diane AckermanCultivating Delight - A Natural History of My Garden. Diane Ackerman delights in her garden through all the seasons. Written in sensuous, lyrical prose, Cultivating Delight is a hymn to nature and the pleasure we take in it. Hardcover, $25.00
Outwitting DeerOutwitting Deer 101 Truly Ingenious Methods and Proven Techniques to Prevent Deer from Devouring Your Garden and Destroying Your Yard - By Bill Adler, Jr. - As adaptable as squirrels, deer will jump fences, trample flowers, even enter your house-all in search of a good meal. Adler offers over one hundred truly ingenious methods for outwitting these voracious ungulates. Armed with Outwitting Deer, you will keep your gardens and backyards safe from the armies of these lovely but ravenous animals. $14.95 Stokes WildflowerStokes Wildflower Book: East of the Rockies
By Donald & Lillian Stokes - This guide explains how you can use wildflowers to reduce maintenance and conserve water while landscaping; how to choose, plan, and prepare the right site on your property, from a small bed to a large meadow; what to consider in buying plants or seed mixes; how to select the best and easiest plants to grow in different environments; and how to maintain your garden once you have planted it. $13.00
Growing & PropagatingGrowing and Propagating Wild Flowers An Easy-to-Use Guide for All Gardeners
By Harry Phillips “With this book in hand, any gardener can effectively have a wildflower garden without robbing a single plant from nature. . . . You will find this book helpful no matter where you garden,” - Southern Living. $22.95
eat more dirtEat More Dirt - Diverting and Instructive Tips for Growing and Tending an Organic Garden by Ellen Sandbeck. A garden can either bring you bliss or drive you insane, but organic landscape gardener Sandbeck has spent a lifetime discovering creative, effective techniques for growing and tending a garden with ease—while being kind to the earth itself. Eat More Dirt is her delightful compendium of homespun tips and tricks for designing, planting, nurturing, and beautifying your land without the use of harmful chemicals and pesticides. Paperback, 196 pages, black & white illustrations. ISBN 0-7679-0920-8. $10.95
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National Audubon's "Rocks & Minerals"Audubon Society Guide to Rocks and Minerals Photographs organized visually by their subjects color with thumb tab index makes identification quick and easy. Twice as many descriptions and color plates as any other guide. 850 pages, $19.95 rocks & minerals - a guide by Simon & SchusterSimon and Schuster’s Guide to Rocks and Minerals
Over 1,000 spectacular illustrations, 600 in full color, color photographs, practical and easy to use. Contains everything that the rock and mineral enthusiast needs to know. Paperback, 607 pages. $17.00
Fossils-a guide by the Audubon Society Audubon Society Guide to Fossils
Photographs organized visually by their subjects color with thumb tab index makes identification quick and easy. Twice as many descriptions and color plates as any other guide. 850 pages, $19.95
Peterson's 1st Guide on RocksPeterson’s Rocks and Minerals
A handy pocket guide to more than 250 common gems, ores, and other rocks and minerals. Full color photographs, 128 pages, $5.95
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Golden Guide: Rocks, Gems & MineralsA Golden Guide to Rocks, Gems and Minerals
Fully revised, and easy-to-use guide to the most common kinds of rocks and minerals with fascination information. 160 pages, $6.95

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Stokes: Beginners Guide to BatsBats by Donald and Lillian Stokes
Paperback, $8.95, all ages You’ll find everything you need to set up a bat box, in this easy-to-use beginner’s guide.
Stellaluna by Janell CannonStellaluna by Janell Cannon
Hardcover, $17.00, ages 6 - 10 Separated from her mother before she is old enough to fly, Stellaluna finds out that not all winged creatures eat fruit. But swallowing food that crawls is just one of the many amazing things this little fruit bat must learn to do.
Bats by Ann EarleZipping, Zapping, Zooming Bats by Ann Earle
Paperback, $4.99, ages 5 - 9 For the early reader. Bat behavior and other interesting information. Plans for building a bat house are included.

links: bat houses link to "bat houses" (ready made & kits)  articles link to "info page"

Bats by Phil RichardsonBats by Phil Richardson
Paperback, $16.95 Firsthand accounts of studying bats in the field, and how important bats are to their particular ecosystems. Explains the many misconceptions about bats.

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Bats by Adrienne MasonBats by Adrienne Mason
Paperback, $ 5.95, ages 5 - 10 How bats use their senses is just one of the thirteen topics in this clearly written look at bats. Kids find out where bats live, what they eat, how they move, and much more.
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Winter WalkWinter Walk by Virginia Brimhall Snow.
Hardcover, $16.99 (sold out for the season)

Discover the hidden gems of winter through a rhyming tale, activities and winter trivia. Slide, step and stomp through the snow with "Grammy" as she takes her grandkids on a winter adventure. As they explore the woods, they spot a cardinal, learn why some trees are green all year and build a tall snowman. At the end of the day, kids will learn how to build a pinecone birdfeeder.

Chickadee SpiritThe Chickadee Spirit
by Bill O. Smith

The Chickadee Spirit takes the reader into a curious winter community - strong, kind and slightly screwy, a community welcoming to each and every creature that ventures into the "chickadee dome". Along the way, children are introduced to the beauties and mysteries of the natural world. Hardcover: $18.85
Chickadees At NightChickadees at Night
by Bill O. Smith
Where do chickadees go at night? What a story they have to tell! So gather around, one and all, for a flight of fancy into the mysteries of the natural world. Gorgeous illustrations, clever text, and a reverence for the natural world are woven together seamlessly, and resolved into a deeply satisfying conclusion. A quiet delight for both listener and storyteller. Hardcover: $18.85
"mommy hugs"Mommy Hugs
What could be sweeter than adorable baby animals snuggling with their mommies? This simple board book with warm illustrations feature a variety of animals and celebrate the affection between mothers and children. Cuddles and kisses will surely abound when reading this aloud! $6.95
"Daddy kisses"Daddy Kisses
What could be sweeter than adorable baby animals snuggling with their daddies? This simple board book with warm illustrations feature a variety of animals and celebrate the affection between fathers and children. Cuddles and kisses will surely abound when reading this aloud! $6.95
Cutest Critter - images by Stan TekielaThe Cutest Critter
Story by Marion Dane Bauer, photography by Stan Tekiela! Baby critters are soft and cuddly, but which is the cutest? Award-winning author, Marion Dane Bauer poses this question, leading readers on a heartwarming journey to find The Cutest Critter. Hardcover, $16.95, all ages
by Marion Dane Bauer and Stan TekielaSome Babies Are Wild
by Marion Dane Bauer, and Stan Tekiela
There's nothing more precious than the relationship between mother and child, and Some Babies Are Wild perfectly illustrates this unbreakable bond. Adorable photographs, hardcover, $16.95
a photo-story: Chippy!a delightful story

Chippy Chipmunk Parties in the Garden
by Kathy M. Miller
This story is based on delightful photographs of a chipmunk's antics as he explores a garden. Few can resist Chippy's impish charm. Hardcover, a beautiful book for nature lovers of all ages, $19.95

those darn squirrelsThose Darn Squirrels!
By Adam Rubin Illustrated by Daniel Salmieri
A grumpy old man and some mischievous squirrels match wits-with unexpected results. Age 4 - 8. $16.00
Angelina KatrinaAngelina Katrina - Bugs in my backyard by Kathleen Loper, illustrated by Dan Waltz. Visit with Angelina Katrina as she leads you through her backyard and introduces several new friends. Find out just how easy it is for things in nature to get along and the lessons we can learn from the simple little bugs we see every day. ISBN 0-9741774-4-X  Hardcover $17.95
Busy with BugsBusy with Bugs by Toni Albert
Busy with Bugs provides and ant hill of activity for kids who love bugs and bug adventures. The book buzzes with practical how-to information, fun facts, and awesome illustrations. It is also funny. Peppered throughout the book are “Bug Giggles,” quick one or two line jokes … for instance: What do you call the biggest ant in the world? Answer: a Giant. Get it!? You’ll also find several different bug traps and information on how to care for the bugs when you trap them. Kids age five through teens will love this book. Paperback, 72 pages, and $11.95
Wild About Michigan BirdsWild About Michigan Birds A Youth's Guide to the Birds of Michigan
Introduce Kids to the Fun of Bird Watching Includes: color photos, habitat info, range maps, egg photos, life cycles, places to journal, and really fun facts for kids! Paperback. $17.95
Batemans Backyard BirdsBateman’s Backyard Birds by Robert Bateman
Renowned wildlife artist and naturalist Robert Bateman invites young birders to discover the wonderful world of birds that exists in their own backyards. There’s no better way to start a lifelong adventure with birds! Age 5 - 12, $14.99
a coloring book of exotic butterflies & more!Exotic Butterflies and Moths Coloring Book - a collection of finely detailed accurate illustrations by nature artist Ruth Soffer. 29 species of butterflies and moths, and offers colorists a special challenge-and hours of coloring enjoyment. Ages 7 and up, $3.95
See How They Grow (a series)See How They Grow -
Follow along as they grow; told in enchanting first person verse. Lamb,  Age 5 - 8, $3.99
InsectigationsInsectigations - 40 Hands-on Activities to Explore the Insect World
By Cindy Blobaum
From butterflies and beetles to crickets and katydids, these experiments, art projects, and games will bring out the entomologist in every kid. A unique insect board game helps kids learn fascinating bug facts while they play. Age 7 - 10. $12.95
Bat Loves The NightBat Loves the Night - Nicola Davies Illustrated by Sarah Fox-Davies
As nighttime falls, a pipistrelle bat awakens and swoops into the shadows to find her evening meal. However, as morning’s light creeps across the sky, the bat returns to her baby in the roost-and waits for night to come again.  32 pages, full-color illustrations, for ages five to eight. Hardcover, $15.99
City HawkCity Hawk - The Story of Pale Male by Meghan McCarthy There's a hawk in the city! Based on the true story of Pale Male, City Hawk brings New York City's favorite hawk to life in a story of family, perseverance, and big-city living. Full-color illustrations, ages 4-8, $15.99
How do lions say......How Do Lions Say I Love You?
Sweet, simple story and some unique and surprise touching information about what different animals do to say I love you. Board book, $7.99

Lion finger puppet by Folkmanis would be a perfect companion to the story. Lion is 8” long x 3” wide x 3½ inches high. $6.00

The Barn OwlThe Barn Owl - “A natural for easing children to sleep, just as real owls begin their nocturnal wanderings,” -Publishers Weekly. Age 4 - 8, $7.95
Leaf ManLeaf Man
By Lois Ehlert - With illustrations made from actual fall leaves and die-cut pages on every spread that reveal gorgeous landscape vistas, here is a playful, whimsical, and evocative book that celebrates the natural world and the rich imaginative life of children. Age 4 - 8, $16.00
Starting Life TreesStarting Life: Tree
By Claire Llewellyn
You’ll love the Starting Life series of books. Beautifully illustrated, and exceptional text explains the life cycles of plants, insects, and others. Ages 4 - 8, $16.95 each
Hummingbird NestHummingbird Nest
A Journal of Poems Kristine O'Connell George Illustrated by Barry Moser For two glorious months, one lucky family gets an intimate peek at the daily activities of a mother hummingbird and her babies. Nest building, egg hatching, flying lessons-the family sees it all unfold on the back patio. Share the experience through this poignant journal of poems filled with funny observations, fascinating hummingbird facts, and unforgettable moments. Age 6 - 9, $16.00
leaving homeLeaving Home - A educational story on a variety of living things on land, in water, and in the air to show how, when, and why baby animals leave. Sneed B. Collard III, illustrated by Joan Dunning. Hardcover, full-color, ages 4-8. $15.00
Wish To Be A Christmas TreeAlso available by Michael Glenn & Colleen Monroe:
A Wish to be a Christmas Tree
This charming tale of an overgrown pine that was always passed over for Christmas, and what his woodland friends do to help him, is sure to become a holiday classic for years to come.
$17.95  (sold out for the season)
Christmas HumbugsThe Christmas Humbugs is a favorite holiday book. Christmas is coming but someone is playing tricks. Torn stockings and broken candy canes reveal that the Christmas Humbugs have arrived at this holiday home. From Michigan's own Michael Glenn and Colleen Monroe. $17.95
Starting life LadybugStarting Life: Ladybug
By Claire Llewellyn
This bright, bold picture book illustrates the life cycle by sharing the progression of a ladybug. Age 4 – 8, hardcover, $16.95
Starting life duckStarting Life: Duck
By Claire Llewellyn
Every child is enthralled with baby ducklings at the park. This book takes readers through each stage of life—from egg to duckling to duck. Age 4 – 8, hardcover, $16.95
snowflakes - make some today!Snowflakes Creative Paper Cutouts
This book shows you how to make wonderful snowflakes, and we think this would be a perfect family get-together. This book will turn you into a snowflake pro (which is not quite the same as being a flake-ologist). It contains 75 full-size patterns, and includes instructions for folding, cutting, and decorating your snowflakes. $9.95   printed with pride in USA
just a buck!Dinosaur Sticker Activity Book -  We offer a complete collection of little Dover dollar activity books. Paper, full-color illustrations, ages five and up, priced from $1.00
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Stranger In The Woods, Lost In The Woods, and First Snow In The Woods © Copyright Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick
 

Journals - Write it Down! - Bird Watching “It’s what’s inside that counts.” By Journals Unlimited, Inc. Printed and assembled in Bay City in Michigan out of acid-free, recycled papers and printed with soy-based ink. They have a durable hard-cover design with a wire-o binding. Made to last. Your notes & observations will become an heirloom.

“There’s lots of room to record your observations: time, place, weather, species, and other notes. I wish I had one of these when I started bird watching.” - Louise Dawson

Mini: 3” x 5½”, 160 pages, $6.95
Large: 7½” x 9”, 200 pages, $19.95

journals - made in Michigan!

 

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