T is for the Twin Cities
T is for Twin Cities brings together impressive sculptures, historical landmarks, famous people, and the natural beauty to showcase this thriving Minnesota region.
Learn the about the husband and wife team of sculptors who created the famous Spoonbridge and Cherry. Tour a famous former railroad magnate's home, the James J. Hill mansion. Find out more about the Minnesota man behind the beloved "Prairie Home Companion" or take in a concert at Orchestra Hall. Also, you may want to partake in the endless recreational opportunitites: Minnehaha Falls, the parks and trails along the Mississippi River, or the sandy shores of the many Twin City lakes. It's certain you'll be immeresed in the Twin Cities as you read from A to Z.
- By: Nancy Carlson, Illustrations by David Geister
- Format: Hardcover, 32 pgs., 10 x 11
- Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
- ISBN: 9781585365838
About the Authors
Both having spent their entire lives in the Twin Cities area, husband and wife author team Barry McCool and Nancy Carlson combined talents to write their first book for Sleeping Bear Press, T is for Twin Cities: A Minneapolis Alphabet.
Nancy, the author and illustrator of more than 60 picture books, graduated from The Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Museums, book sellers and art supply stores in the Twin Cities were like a magnet to illustrator David Geister, who left his cherished hometown of Prescott, Wisconsin more than 20 years ago and moved to St. Paul, Minnesota. Since 2000 he has lived in south Minneapolis, and every one of his Sleeping Bear Press titles has been painted upstairs in the home he shares with his wife, teacher and author Patricia Bauer.
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