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In 2018, Mississippi’s own Miranda James published Careless Whiskers, a cozy mystery featuring librarian/sleuth Charlie Harris and his sidekick, Diesel, a Maine coon cat of typical large size. Named for his loud purr, which sounds like a big rig’s idling motor, Diesel is sensitive to emotion…

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In 2019, Kim Michele Richardson’s The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, was published. It is a novel; however, the information about the “Blue People of Kentucky” and the Kentucky horse librarians are facts.

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Vincent Van Gogh (Born 1853 in Holland – Died 1890 in France), is undeniably the most famous artist of our age, even to those with little interest in the arts. Cliff Edwards’ book, Van Gogh and God: A Creative Spiritual Quest, published in 1989, reveals a little-known significant aspect of V…

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In 1908, Lucy Maud Montgomery’s book, Anne of Green Gables, was published, quickly becoming a classic of juvenile literature. Ms. Montgomery subsequently published seven other books in the series. The book has been made into several movies and television series.

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