[Michlib-l] TLN Bulk Order Opportunity for Book A Thousand Letters Home
SBissonnette at cityofclare.org
Fri Jul 10 15:52:29 EDT 2015
This is such great news. Thank you Jim for sharing this and doing the
work to offer bulk orders to libraries.
If you haven¹t had Teresa at your library to share the story of her
father, I must encourage you to call her today and get your library on her
schedule. Her presentation goes beyond just telling her fathers story. It
is truly a story that will amplify your appreciation to the Greatest
Generation, and all generations of our veterans who have given so much for
all of us. I know that I am a better person for hearing the story of
Bud¹s life. I know you will not be disappointed.
Call her today (734) 502-4577 Your community will thank you!
Sheila M. Bissonnette, MLIS
Pere Marquette District Library & Harrison District Library
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On 7/10/15, 1:56 PM, "Jim Flury " <jflury at tln.lib.mi.us> wrote:
>In appreciation of the support of Michigan libraries (nearly 100 library
>events since April 2012), and in advance of Veterans Day programs and
>activities, Michigan-based ATLH Publications is offering libraries a 40%
>discount off the list price of A Thousand Letters Home by author Teresa
>Irish. The book was named Reviewer¹s Choice by Midwest Book Review,
>recognized by Writer¹s Digest Self-Published Book Awards, and placed on
>the recommended reading list of the Military Writers Society of America.
>The book¹s introduction, letter excerpts, photo gallery, and reviews are
>available at http://www.athousandlettershome.com/. Library bulk-order
>pricing: hardcover $18 and softcover $13.20.
>Books will be shipped and invoiced to TLN, and delivered via either TLN
>or RIDES delivery. Please provide your RIDES delivery number.
>Please send us your orders by no later than Friday, August 7, 2015.
>Now and then I pull out my father's collection of WWII letters that he
>wrote and sent home to my grandmother. He could never say where he was
>(island hopping through the South Pacific) or what he was doing (loose
>lips sink ships). I've not read the ATLH book, but I suspect it is
>similar to what my father sent home. The Greatest Generation is quickly
>slipping away, so these memoirs are becoming increasingly important.
>Again, please send us your orders by no later than Friday, August 7, 2015.
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