When Roses Go on Adventures, Young Readers Grow in Spirit
Rick Herrick
Two old Vineyard friends have collaborated on a children’s book entitled The Roses on the Wallpaper.
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Sister Islands Meet Sister Issues in Elin Hilderbrand's New Novel
Heather Hamacek

Martha’s Vineyard has a leading role in Nantucket author Elin Hilderbrand’s 19th novel, The Identicals.

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New Book Shines Light on Vineyard's Hidden History
Lila Norris

In his most recent book, Hidden History of Martha’s Vineyard, Thomas Dresser invites us to explore who we are as a community.

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One Good Dog Deserves Another
Glynis Hart
Susan Wilson’s new novel, Two Good Dogs, follows more developments in the life of Adam March and his battle-scarred pitbull, Chance, who were first introduced in her bestseller One Good Dog.
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Sisterly Secrets Keep the Action Humming in Debut Novel
Moira C. Silva
Emily Cavanagh’s debut novel, The Bloom Girls, is a soulful tale of sisters struggling to face unique personal challenges after their father’s untimely death.
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Where Land Meets Sea: Book Retraces Geological Story of the Island
Tom Dunlop
David R. Foster’s new book, A Meeting of Land and Sea: Nature and the Future of Martha’s Vineyard, weaves dynamic tales of geology, ecology, history and culture into a vast Vineyard story.
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Nancy Drew Fan to D.A. to Prolific Author; Guilty as Charged
Elizabeth Bennett
Like millions of people around the world, Linda Fairstein grew up reading Nancy Drew novels.
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New Book Celebrates Artists of the Island, One Essay at a Time
Louisa McCullough
On Tuesday evening, weavers and woodworkers, hair stylists and musicians traveled from all corners of the Island to celebrate the launch of Jane Dreeben’s book, The Urge to Create: 50 Vineyard Portraits.
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New Book Is Wide-Ranging Tribute to a True Scholar and a Gentleman
Sara Brown
A new book in honor of Sheldon Hackney features essays of the historian and public intellectual who ended up working in high profile administrative positions, and a southerner who wound up living on an Island north of the Mason-Dixon line.
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In New Book, Every Cat Gets Its Day
Alison L. Mead
The Vineyard has a long history of being dog-centric. There are dogs on boats, dogs on beaches, dogs at offices. At the top of Circuit avenue there’s a shop dedicated to all things dog. And, of course, there’s the Island’s most well-known canine — the Black Dog.
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