Book List:33 titles
  • Famous radio private eye Guy Noir leaps from A Prairie Home Companion to the page On the 12th floor of the Acme Building, on a cold February day in St. Paul, Guy Noir looks down the barrel of a loaded revolver in the hands of geezer gangster Joey ...


  • Tired of plain old cat food, Puff leaves home, headed for Europe and the jet-set life, living it up on beaches in Greece and in villas in France-until the day disaster strikes. Then it's scratch, scratch, scratch on the windowsill . . . Garrison ...



  • The inimitable Garrison Keillor spins "a Christmas tale that makes Dickens seem unimaginative by comparison" ( Charlotte Creative Loafing ) Snow is falling all across the Midwest as James Sparrow, a country- bumpkin-turned-energy-drink-tycoon, an...


  • Wobegon goes abroad in this rousing and moving story of a group trip to Rome Margie Krebsbach dreams up the idea of a trip to Rome, hoping to get her husband Carl to make love to her-he's been sleeping across the hall and she has no idea why. She ...


  • Based on Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegon monologues, Life among the Lutherans is a collection of stories about the struggles of ordinary people in an imperfect world, the life and work of the pastor who leads them, and the church to whose high standa...










  • Just in time for the Fourth of July, a firecracker of a Lake Wobegon novel from bestselling author and radio storyteller Garrison KeillorPublished to wide and enthusiastic acclaim, Liberty is Garrison Keillor?s most ribald Lake Wobegon novel yet, set...


  • A fresh and funny Lake Wobegon novel about a woman with a secret life Evelyn was a Sanctified Brethren woman of good standing, a devoted mother, a serious quilter. Only after she dies in her sleep, as she always wished she would, do we find out t...


  • O baby won’t you dance with meLittle baby bouncing on my kneeWave your hands and shake your feetOoohh baby you’re so sweet… From the familiar pleasures of baby’s favorite food to the joy of dancing together, this collection of three songs ce...


  • This classic performance of Garrison Keillor's American Radio Company was broadcast live from the Mark Twain Memorial in Hartford Connecticut.The Hartford house is where Twain wrote many of his works. The show pays homage to Twain's genius and person...


  • This tenth anniversary show-recorded July sixth-seventh, 1984-is considered a must-have by long time fans of A Prairie Home Companion.Guests include Greg Brown; the Butch Thompson Trio; the Dale Warland Singers; Lieberman, Fogel and Bey; Sue Shepard;...


  • n this charming departure from Lake Wobegon, bestselling author Garrison Keillor tells a hilarious and heartwarming tale of ambition, success and failure, and the virtues of real love. Aspiring writer Larry Wyler leads a quiet, decent life with his d...


  • Meet fourteen-year-old Gary. A self-described "tree-toad,"a sly and endearing geek, Gary has many unwieldy passions, chief among them his cousin Kate, his Underwood typewriter and the soft-porn masterpiece, High School Orgies . The folks of Lake Wob...


  • From live broadcasts of A Prairie Home Companion.After the birth of Garrison Keillor's daughter, the stories, songs, and sketches on A Prairie Home Companion took on a distinctly parental bent. This new collection gathers the warmest, funniest, most ...


  • A best-selling author and his wife collaborate on a coming-of-age story about twelve-year-old Rachel, who believes her parents' eccentricity is rubbing off on her and only feels normal when she plays with the Dairyland Symphony Orchestra. Reprint....


  • John Tollefson, a son of Lake Wobegon, has moved East to manage a radio station at a college for academically challenged children of financially gifted parents in upstate New York. Having achieved this pleasant perch, John has a brilliant idea for a ...


  • Loving to eat smelly cheese above all other activities, Wallace P. Flynn drives away his friends and family when his hobby becomes overly malodorous and fears that he will never be able to change his wheys. Children's BOMC....



  • Guys are in trouble these days," says Garrison Keillor. "Years ago, manhood was an opportunity for achievement and now it's just a problem to be overcome. Guys who once might have painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling are now just trying to be Mr. O.K. ...



  • First Edition with the correct number line present '13579108642.' VIKING, NY 1991. Good/Good dust jacket condition. COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed...


  • “Garrison Keillor made it possible, after twenty years of black humor…to be both funny and nice, hip and winsome, scathing and loving, all in the flick of a single many-barbed quip——The Washington Post Book World“Keillor’s literary styl...










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    Chosen by Garison Keillor for his readings on public radio's The Writer's Almanac, the 185 poems in this follow-up to his acclaimed anthology Good Poems are perfect for our troubled times. Here, readers wi...


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    In this thoughtful, deeply personal work, one of the nation's best-loved voices takes the plunge into politics and comes up with a book that has had all of America talking. Here, with great heart, supple wit, and a dash of anger, Garrison Keillor des...


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    In a political satire inspired by--but not based on--recent events, the new governor of Minnesota recounts to a ghostwriter his boyhood as an adoptee, his military experiences as a Navy Walrus in Vietnam, and his life in professional wrestling...