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Ed and Sue Claessen, authors of Making Tracks: C.L. Best and the Caterpillar Tractor Co. signed books at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers store in Apple Valley, Minn., on Sat., Dec. 7th. Their book tells the story of how the Caterpillar Tractor Company came to be, and its founder, C.L. Best.
This book makes an excellent holiday gift for everyine with an interest in agriculture, construction, and the history of how the U.S. infrastructure was built.
Carol Williams, author of the new inspirational reader, "Impact: Stories of God's Grace in My Life," was interviewed on John Herrick's radio show in Enid, Oklahoma on Dec. 6th. She was interviewed on KGWA-AM in Enid on Dec. 12th.
Her book is a collection of stories about the experiences she has had in which God made his voice heard. Additional radio interviews in the Enid, Oklahoma market are planned for next week.
Williams is donating all proceeds from book sales to International Impact Ministries, a group she and her husband, Kyle, founded to do mission service in America and abroad.
Detroit's Metro Times has named "Border Crossings: Coming of Age in the Czech Resistance" one of the Best Books of 2013 by a Detroit author. In the article, A Year in Detroit Books, reporter Michael Jackman says, "Best of all was Border Crossings (Ten21 Press, $18 paperback, 260 pp.), and it’s hardly about Detroit at all! It’s the memoir of Charles Novacek, the civil engineer who managed the construction of Cobo Hall, the Silverdome and the Detroit People Mover, among other projects. He died in 2007, and this posthumous release was published by his widow. I’m grateful she did. It’s quite a story...." Congratulations to Charles' widow and publisher, Sandra Novacek.