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Local Book and CD Gift Ideas

New Hampshire Magazine Editor Rick Broussard shares his picks for local music and book gifts.

A Review of P.J. O’Rourke’s "None of My Business"

A millennial reacts to O’Rourke’s latest collection of essays on economics.

Flavors of the North

Editorial Intern Alexa Estrada attempts two recipes from the new “The Flavor of the Grand North 2018” cookbook.

Fighting Fire with Words

A local author takes the edict “write what you know” and turns it into a riveting series of books.

Some Books are Safe Bets for Gifts

Books make versatile gifts because they allow you to target special interests, and Granite Staters are famously interested in both weather and beer.

Causes for Cheer

Ruth Doan MacDougall's "The Cheerleader" series, set in the Granite State, has aged as gracefully as its characters and fans.

Three New Books for Your New Hampshire Shelf

Check out the latest local books to add to your collection.

An Unsung Heroine Has Her Day

"Never Caught" tells the story of a presidential slave who found freedom in New Hampshire.

Gift Guide: New Hampshire's Best New Books

This holiday season, try the books on this list for local gifts created by gifted locals.

Where Beauty and Darkness Intersect

A high school counselor by day and photographer by night explores dark portraiture in "Michael Winters: Friends and Muses."

Graphic Tales

Joel Christian Gill reveals uncelebrated but important pieces of black history in his graphic novel "Strange Fruit, Volume 1."

Gloria Norris’ Journey From Nowheresville to “Kookooland”

Don't miss this life-is-stranger-than-fiction memoir from a New Hampshire filmmaker who now calls LA (aka Kookooland) home.

Using Whimsy to Teach About Dinosaurs

“We Thought You’d Never Ask” by Adele Maurier with illustrations by Peter Noonan uses humor and whimsy to teach children about life in the period that extends from the Triassic through the Cretaceous eras.

"As Simple As That" by Edie Clark

A collection of Edie Clark's essays that appeared over 25 years in Yankee Magazine.

A Grudge and a Gun

How Colebrook survived a mass shooting nearly 20 years ago.
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