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221 South Main Street • Chelsea, MI 48118 Non-Profit Org. Postage Paid Chelsea, MI Permit #28 POSTAL PATRON Printed with vegetable based inks Powered by 100% Certified Renewable Energy Printed in Michigan by Michigan Workers ChelseaDistrictLibrary ChelseaLibrary Perspectives What's your favorite literary destination? "Lothlórien, in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, is the goldenleaved forest ruled by Galadriel. I would want to walk under those golden leaves and talk to the White Lady of the Forest, since I'm sure she's a fellow treehugger!" Julia Strimer "The Lord of the Rings — Middle Earth, because it's so beautiful and unspoiled, and good and evil is so clearly portrayed." Beth Easterwood "Rivendell from the Tolkien Lord of the Rings books (and The Hobbit). It is an elven city that serves as a place of healing, sanctuary, and council, and is pivotal to Tolkien's stories." Anonymous "The beauty of Three Pines as described appeals to me. The charm of the characters makes me want to sit down with a latte and chat. The connection to my French heritage makes me feel at home! (Gamache Series by Louise Penny)" Doris Noblin "Hogwarts from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban." Anonymous "Jim Harrison's prose and poetry inspired by the Upper Penninsula setting. Particularly, True North." Greg Peter "Lunar Chronicles Universe (Cinder)" Anonymous "I would love to go to Hogwarts, from the Harry Potter books. As a student, not just a visitor, if possible!" Lisa McClure "HP Lovecraft's Arkham from the Cthulhu Mythos" Anonymous "Hogwarts (Harry Potter)" Sarah Conrad "Gryffindor common room (Harry Potter)" Marina " "Disappointment River - "'Down south, you guys grab guns and play Cowboys and Indians"… "But up here, we play Cowboys with Indians." If they didn't work together, they would die.'" Anonymous "From the Harry Potter books: Diagon Alley because of all the weird people and magical shops and atmosphere …" Charlie Taylor

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