Wilson Rawls’s WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS; a young boy growing up in the Ozarks saves his money to purchase two puppies, and trains them to hunt raccoons.
George Burns’ 100 YEARS, 100 STORIES; the actor celebrates his 100th year with vignettes–one for each year.
Michael Jackson’s MOONWALK; a harsh childhood; fame, friends and plastic surgery; the singer’s 1988 memoir.
Louise Fitzhugh’s SPORT; Harriet the Spy’s best friend gets a stepmother, a million dollars, and his father’s attention.
E. B. White’s HERE IS NEW YORK; from his new home in Maine, the author of Stuart Little and Charlotte’s Web lovingly remembers the city of his childhood.