General Interest

Raising a ParentRaising a Parent
ROCHELLE RILEY has been voted Michigan's Best Local columnist twice. Her new book is a collection of essays about the shared adventures, both riotous and poignant, of a mother and daughter as the daughter grows from pre-schooler to teenager.

$12.95
Life LessonsLife Lessons
In “Life Lessons,” award-winning columnist Rochelle Riley writes with passion about parenthood, America, 9/11 and Detroit.

Regular price: $14.95
Sale price: $8.95
The Detroit AlmanacThe Detroit Almanac
With 664 pages this book is the ultimate historical guide to the Motor City and the metro area.

$24.95
Sold out! JoyrideSold out! Joyride
Sold Out. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Woodward Dream Cruise with this book, which features hundreds of full-color photos.

Regular price: $19.95
Sale price: $12.95
MLK Memorial PosterMLK Memorial Poster
Celebrate and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with this 16" x 24" glossy, full-color poster. Created for the opening of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial and anniversary of his "I Have a Dream" speech. $7.95 (plus shipping and handling.)

Regular price: $7.95
Sale price: $5.95
Lost DetroitLost Detroit
"Lost Detroit" tells the stories behind 12 of the city's most beautiful forgotten landmarks, from the day they opened to the day they closed. We share the memories of those who caught trains out of Michigan Central Station, necked with girlfriends in the balcony of the Michigan Theatre and kicked out the jams at the Grande Ballroom. Features more than 175 pages in full color. By Dan Austin with photography by Sean Doerr, the team behind www.BuildingsofDetroit.com.

SOLD OUT: Visit www.lostdetroit.com for details and to order.

$24.95
Election 2008 posterElection 2008 poster
This 16" x 24" poster is a full-color, glossy reproduction of the Detroit Free Press front page from Wednesday Nov 5, 2008 announcing the news of Sen. Barack Obama's election as the 44th President of the United States. Suitable for framing.

Regular price: $7.95
Sale price: $5.95
Unavailable: Time FramesUnavailable: Time Frames
"Time Frames" is a keepsake for you and your family, showing metro Detroit during the year of our historic 300th birthday.

Regular price: $39.95
Sale price: $24.95
Ford Centennial posterFord Centennial poster
This full-color glossy poster includes 101 cars from Ford's first 100 years. The poster actually encompasses two pages -- the front and back pages of the June 13 Free Press, produced as a single unit.

Regular price: $9.95
Sale price: $3.95
Portraits of WarPortraits of War
The intimate portraits of the war in Iraq by reporter Jeff Seidel and artist Richard Johnson earned this praise from CNN anchor Aaron Brown: "I’m just falling in love with the Detroit Free Press ... they’ve done a terrific job humanizing and personalizing the war."

Regular price: $19.95
Sale price: $12.95
MotoonsMotoons
Award-winning Free Press editorial cartoonist Mike Thompson...

Regular price: $9.95
Sale price: $5.95
Suicide MachineSuicide Machine
This authoritative account of Jack Kevorkian's crusade is related by those who witnessed it, death by death. It's a sometimes poignant, sometimes deeply disturbing journey to the center of medicine's profound dilemma.

Regular price: $11.95
Sale price: $5.95
Unavailable: Tony Spina: Chief PhotographerUnavailable: Tony Spina: Chief Photographer
This collection of four decades of news photography showcases popes and princes, kings and capitalists, the privileged and the poor. All proceeds go to a scholarship fund in Tony Spina's name.

Regular price: $30.00
Sale price: $19.95
Unavailable -- pc@homeUnavailable -- pc@home
Heather Newman helps you learn how to make your home computer a friendly, productive member of your household. Get tips and tricks for working with your hardware, software and the Internet.

Regular price: $14.95
Sale price: $5.95
Unavailable -- YaklenniumUnavailable -- Yaklennium
The award-winning Yak's corner staff checked out future food, the environment, space travel and more.

Regular price: $9.95
Sale price: $4.95
Around the HouseAround the House
Award-winning home expert Lon Grossman answers Michigan homeowners' most common questions. From crumbling chimneys to water in the basement, Grossman gives the answers in his unique, clever style.

Regular price: $9.95
Sale price: $5.95
Dig-In WorkbookDig-In Workbook
Free Press gardening writer Marty Hair guides you in creating a personal garden journal. There's room for notes and observations, pages for drawing maps of your garden, a hardiness zone map and a glossary of gardening terms. All in a spiral-bound volume.

Regular price: $9.95
Sale price: $6.95
Hudson's implosion posterHudson's implosion poster
This high-quality poster of the implosion of the historic Hudson's building is 16 x 24 and suitable for framing.

Regular price: $7.95
Sale price: $3.95
Sold Out!  Why is a Barn Red?Sold Out!  Why is a Barn Red?
By Cathy Collison. This little book of big questions offers a wealth of knowledge and fun for children.

Regular price: $6.95
Sale price: $4.95
Unavailable -- Family Fare 2Unavailable -- Family Fare 2
Marty F. Kohn offers a comprehensive guide to simple and exotic family activities in Michigan.

Regular price: $9.95
Sale price: $5.95
UNAVAILABLE POSTER: Freep Film Festival 2014UNAVAILABLE POSTER: Freep Film Festival 2014
Poster from the inaugural Freep Film Festival 2014 celebrates our world-premiere film Packard: The Last Shift, a documentary by Brian Kaufman. The poster visually captures the legendary nature of the old Packard automotive plant -- once a symbol of industrial might, now synonymous with Detroit's blight. $7.95 (plus shipping and handling).

$7.95
Freep Film Festival 2016Freep Film Festival 2016
The 2016 Freep Film Festival poster was designed by Signal-Return, the letterpress shop in Eastern Market. The piece celebrating the third annual festival is a limited edition, with only about 100 printed.

It is 11.5 inches x 15 inches. $17.50 (plus shipping and handling).

$17.50
Coming Soon: DVD: Graveyard of the Great LakesComing Soon: DVD: Graveyard of the Great Lakes
The Detroit Free Press documentary “Graveyard of the Great Lakes” profiles David Trotter, who has discovered nearly 100 shipwrecks in his 35 years of exploring the Great Lakes. Free Press photographer Eric Seals spent nearly two years documenting the story of the 74-year-old Trotter, Michigan’s maritime history and people’s fascination with shipwrecks. Each discovery brings tales of lost souls, heroes and survivors. Run time: 50 minutes

$19.95

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