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Poor Man's Provence by Rheta Grimsley Johnson

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Just on a dare, three college students climb a giant redwood and discover a whole ecosystem unknown to man!

Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

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Mississippi autobiographies mentioned:

Richard Wright’s Black Boy

Mildred Topp’s Smile Please

Eudora Welty’s One Writer’s Beginnings

Anne Moody’s Coming of Age in Mississippi

Edward Cohen’s The Peddler’s Grandson

Kevin Sessums’ Mississippi Sissy

Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

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Michael Pollan's main point in the book is our relationship with plants determines their survival. Through four different examples (apple, tulip, marijuana, and potato) he proves mankind is swayed by sweetness, beauty, intoxication, and control.

Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

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This book was the perfect anchor for the 2008 Southern Reading Challenge! Great Read!

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Jimmy's Stars is the latest book by Mary Ann Rodman.

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An Article describing why, as a librarian, I would support an e-book.

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Original booktalk by Maggie Moran on Wednesday, August 06, 2008. Appeared in Southern Reporter, Tate Co. Democrat, Tunica Times, and DeSoto Tribune newspapers.

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