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The Funk of 40,000 Years

Birchbark Books - Monday, October 26, 2009
Birchbark Staff and neighborhood zombies rise from the grave to Thrill Kenwood. Part of the global Thrill The World tribute to Michael Jackson -- setting a world record for the largest simultaneous dance.  Can you spot the noted author and owner of Birchbark Books?  (hint: look in the back)  Perhaps one or two other zombified Erdrichs? Thrilling!



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