MN Reads: "Bim, Bam, Bop . . . and Oona" by Jacqueline Briggs Martin By Lisa Johnson • Feb 21, 2019 TweetShareGoogle+Email Jacqueline Briggs Martin and illustrator Larry Day have created a must-read for the Grandma's Marathon season: how do you fit in when you're just not built to run? (If you, too, are curious about Indian Runner Ducks, you can read more about them and see photographs here!) Bim, Bam, Bop ... and Oona is published by the University of Minnesota Press. Listen Listening... / 9:47 Tags: MN ReadsJacqueline Briggs MartinLarry DayIndian Runner DucksBim Bam Bop and OonaTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content MN Reads: "Creekfinding" by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, Illustr. by Claudia McGehee By Lisa Johnson • Jun 15, 2017 "It was as if the water remembered." Jacqueline Briggs Martin's latest is the true story of a creek - and a man - finding their way home. MN Reads: "Border Country" by Martha Greene Phillips By Lisa Johnson • Jan 24, 2019 Martha Greene Phillip's dad was a little older than the average dad. In fact, he was a Civil War baby, born in 1864. MN Reads: "Double Exposure: Images of Black Minnesota in the 1940s" by John Glanton By Lisa Johnson • Jan 17, 2019 The backstory of Double Exposure: Images of Black Minnesota in the 1940s is almost as compelling as the book itself. MN Reads: "Nordic Accordion: Poems in a Scandinavian Mood" by Barton Sutter By Lisa Johnson • Jan 10, 2019 Northland poet Barton Sutter joins us this morning to read from his newest work, and talk about poetry: "language," he says, "that would like to be music."