By award-winning reporter for the Star Tribune newspaper in Minneapolis, a collection of more than 300 old photos of Minnesota and its people. You'll find pictures of picnics, blizzards, sports teams, gardens, dance recitals and harvests. From the 1800s to the mid 1900s this is a history book that's easy to enjoy!...
|Title||:||Too Hot, Went to Lake|
|Number of Pages||:||314 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Too Hot, Went to Lake Reviews
Admittedly biased, I love Peg Meier's books. We went to high school together, worked on the school paper together and graduated together. We lost track of each other. However I have followed and admired her career with the Minneapolis Star Tribune and bought all of her 'picture' books. Exhaustive research elicited wonderful stories of Minnesota people leading interesting, unique, average, extraordinary lives long before we lived. Different times, different clothes, different jobs, houses, modes of transportation---everything unrecognizable to us--except that they've been given personality, heart, humanity by Peg in her wonderful, narrated compilation of photographs. History come alive.