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Name:  Janie Lynn Panagopoulos  

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Titles At Your Library

Little Ship Under Full Sail
ISBN: 0938682466

River Road Pubns. 1997

When her grandchildren arrive at her home, Grandmother Kinzie tells Eleanor and Juliette the story of their great-grandmother's capture by the Seneca Indians in 1779

Train to Midnight
ISBN: 0613899571

Sagebrush Education Resources. 1999

An accident during an afternoon storm sends Malaika and her brother Sammy back in time to the lives of Malaika and Samson, young slaves who are escaping along the Underground Railroad. Separated from their mother, the pair have made their way across the Ohio River and into Indiana where they meet Danile, a rough but good-hearted abolitionist. Reluctantly, Daniel agrees to accompany the children to Detroit where they hope to meet their mother and escape into Canada. But slave-catchers interfere and make their trip a harrowing one. Comic relief intertwines with drama in this touching novel. PUBLISHER'S COMMENTS: Panagopoulos continues to build a fan club of youngsters and teachers who use her books in their classrooms. She is simply a delightful writer and speaker who provides her readers with adventure, comedy and historical detail that you don't find in textbooks.

The Runes of Isle Royale: A Great Lakes Adventure in History and Mystery
ISBN: 0938682636

River Road Publications. 2001

Book by Janie Lynn Panagopoulos

Calling the Griffin
ISBN: 0938682644

River Road Pubns. 2001

Book by Panagopoulos, J.

A Place Called Home
ISBN: 1585360546

Sleeping Bear Press. 2001

Illustrated by Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen

During the American Revolution, the Campbell family watched friends and neighbors move across the Straits of Mackinac to a new island home on Mackinac Island, while they stayed behind to await word of the need for a lumber mill.

"There's a land not far from here, once cleared by the hands of soldiers for firewood, where maple sugar runs and a fine, swift creek flows," states patriarch Robert Campbell. When permission comes from the British government to begin building the mill, preparations begin in earnest.

A Place Called Home: Michigan's Mill Creek Story brings history to life with authentic detail from author Janie Lynn Panagopoulos, and vivid illustrations from renowned artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen. Created in partnership with the Mackinac Island Parks Commission.

Erie Trail West: A Dream-Quest Adventure
ISBN: 0938682350

River Road Pubns. 1995

An eleven-year-old New York farm girl travels with her parents to the Michigan Territory in 1836 by way of the Erie Canal, encountering unknown dangers and incredible hardships.

Journey back to Lumberjack Camp (Teaching Guide)
ISBN: 0938682288

River Road Publications: Spring Lake, Michigan. 2003

North to Iron Country
ISBN: 0938682482

River Road Publications. 1996

As Robert Pacquette interviews an old iron miner for his history report, he is swept back into the life of Robert Friggens, a boy from Albany, New York who travels to Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the mid-1800s. The son of one of the first doctors in the area, Robert meets a variety of colorful characters including Michael Shane, a rough but likable ex-miner. Michael takes Robert with him by dogsled to Green Bay, Wisconsin, where they collect the mail for the mining settlement at Marquette. When Michael is injured and his replacement never arrives, Robert must travel alone on the wilderness trail back to Marquette. To add to his trouble, he is pursued by a thief. And who is that mysterious Indian? Is he a friend or an enemy?

Madame Cadillac's Ghost
ISBN: 0938682679

River Road Pubns. 2002

Madame Cadillac's Ghost


Awards

-- Michigan Author Award, 2000