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This catalog lists books which were written by members of the Upper Peninsula Publisher’s & Author’s Association (UPPAA).  Any active member can submit their book data for the catalog at any time.  This includes any book you may have written, regardless of whether it concerns the U.P. or not.

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Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 6

By Richard P. Smith

Another collection of short stories about how, where, when and by whom the state’s biggest bucks were bagged, including the highest scoring nontypical.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 5

By Richard P. Smith

28 more monster buck tales from every region of the state taken by men & women with gun, bow & muzzleloader. Read about brothers who shot the same trophy buck, a world record antlered doe & much more.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 4

By Richard P. Smith

Proof that Michigan produces whitetail bucks with some of the biggest antlers in N. America.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 3

By Richard P. Smith

Stories about how, where & when some of Michigan’s biggest bucks were bagged, including in depth coverage of North America’s highest scoring typical. Great family hunts & a remarkable buck.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 2

By Richard P. Smith

Stories about huge bucks bagged since Book 1, including the current state record typical, record bucks bagged by women, Halloween bucks and those with locked antlers.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 1

By Richard P. Smith

First in a series of popular books about the biggest bucks bagged by Michigan hunters that are entertaining as well as educational. Lessons can be learned that can be applied to anyone’s hunting.

For the Love of Roses

By Donna Winters

Carey McIlwain resigns her teaching job to take up the reigns of the family florist business, unaware of the challenges that await her.

Fighting CPS: Guilty until Proven Innocent of Child Protective Services Charges

By Deborah K. Frontiera

Not a “happy” read, but an important one, this book brings all these things to light and offers some solutions for improving the child protective agencies.

Field Trip to the Alpaca Farm

By Kathy Kuczek

Elementary school field trips are a little like herding cats. Enjoy Wyatt and his imagination as you learn a thing or two about alpacas.

Fayette: A Time to Love

By Donna Winters

Lavinia Adams takes an instant disliking to the dirty, stinking, furnace town of Fayette. Can Huck Harrigan change her opinion and win her heart?

Fayette: A Time to Leave

By Donna Winters

Violet Harrigan is rocked by the loss of her father and her home. Can Guy Legard overcome her sadness with his friendship and love?

Fayette: A Time to Laugh

By Donna Winters

Flora McAdams cares for the town’s injured pets and has no time for romance. Then Sven Jorgensen arrives in Fayette. Can he win her heart?

Favorite Camper (Abby’s Camp Days: Volume 2)

By Jenifer Brady

Abby’s second summer as a camper turns out to be a week of firsts: First camp crush . . . first camp frenemies . . . first use of the camp dean’s underwear in a skit . . . And the most life-changing first of all: losing a friend.

Falling for the Tutor (March Sisters Sweet Romance 2)

By Jenifer Brady

She dreams of wearing a crown. He’s more pauper than prince. Can their love story have a happy ending?

Deer Hunting, 4th Edition

By Richard P. Smith

One of the most comprehensive books on deer hunting on the market today, containing almost 300 quality color photos. Covers all the bases.

Deathe & Taxes

By Mark Wolfgang

Still more Yoopernatural thrills and adventure for MSP Trooper Alice Louise Dubose and Ron Blank in the dead-end village of Deathe.

Dead of November: A Novel of Lake Superior

By Craig Brockman

Ghosts of those drowned and never recovered are swarming from Lake Superior. But they are not there to haunt the living. They are fleeing something far more sinister.

Creating a Local Historical Book: Fiction and Non-Fiction Genres

By Tyler Tichelaar

Does Your City or Region Have a Fascinating Story that needs to be told before it’s forgotten?Yes, it does, and you can be the person to write it.

Copper Empire

By Donna Simons

In 1913, Paul Weyburn and his fellow copper miners have tolerated dangerous working conditions for too long. Some of their workmates are being maimed or killed thousands of feet underground… which one of them will be next?

Copper Country Chronicler: The Best of J.W. Nara

By Deborah K. Frontiera

Experience the past through the artistic camera lens of J. W. Nara, one of the Copper Country’s earliest professional photographers.

Compassion, Michigan: The Ironwood Stories

By Raymond Luczak

Encompassing some 130 years in Ironwood’s history, Compassion, Michigan illuminates characters struggling to adapt to their circumstances starting in the present day, with its subsequent stories rolling back in time to when Ironwood was first founded.

Church Lady Chronicles: Devilish Encounters

By Terri Martin

A collection of humorous short stories told by church lady, Miss Bea Righteous, a resident of the Gnarly Woods Senior Complex and elder of her church. In her unfaltering quest to deflect the nefarious deeds of the devil, Miss Righteous has an uncanny ability to create calamity, a situation for which she claims no culpability.

Chogan and the White Feather

By Larry Buege

Life would be pleasant, if not for two village bullies. Kanti bets her prized spear against Ahanu’s bear-claw necklace in a canoe race. To win, Chogan and Kanti will need help from Mishosha (the Magician of the Lake).

Chogan and the Gray Wolf

By Larry Buege

It is 100 years B.C. (Before Columbus). Twelve-year-old Chogan and his ten-year-old sister rescue an orphan wolf pup and raise it to adulthood. When they release it into the wild, the wolf returns to save their lives.
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