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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Cranberries Revealed: A Visual Journal Midwest Book Review Award Winning Book

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Title:: Cranberries Revealed
Subtitle: A Visual Journey from the Marsh to the Table
  • Hardcover: 84 pages
  • Publisher: Martin PhotoMedia; 1st edition (2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0990812901
  • ISBN-13: 978-0990812906


Cranberries Revealed: A Visual Journal is Midwest  Independent Publishers Award-Winning Book

What's beautiful, delicious and red all over? Wayne Martin answers that question with his gorgeous coffee table book about cranberries It was the 2015 winner of the best art/photo AND recipe book at the Midwest Independent Publishers Association. Accompany him on a visual journey into the world of cranberries as "Cranberries Revealed" celebrates a riot of ruby red colors that make this fruit such an appealing subject. The author draws upon a lifelong career in photography and his childhood growing up in the cranberry country of Central Wisconsin to tantalize readers with images of cranberries photographed in ways never seen before. The three-part book beguiles readers with dramatic close-up and abstract views of cranberries. It intrigues with sweeping aerial panoramas, immerses viewers in the marshlands of Central Wisconsin and tempts the taste buds with award-winning recipes. Treat your eyes and palate to a feast of cranberries that will leave you hungry for more. "Cranberries Revealed" is a must-read source for all things cranberry!


Cranberries Revealed: A Visual Journal Midwest Book Review Award Winning Book

The Green Bay Press has this to say about the book:
The fresh images are stunning — cranberry red practically spills through the pages. Martin, the photographer and author, grew up in Central Wisconsin near cranberry marshes and brings his knowledge of the growth cycle to this self-published book. Included in this coffee table book are images from the harvest season and 15 tart cranberry recipes, some of which are award winners.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune mentioned the book in the What's Cooking, stating:
The book does include recipes, but mostly it’s a collection of stunning and fascinating images with just enough info to make you feel that you’ve learned something.

The Larry Meiller Wisconsin Public Radio Show said: 
The Wisconsin state fruit is the cranberry, which requires very special growing conditions. Host Larry Meiller interviews Wayne R. Martin to discuss his views of cranberries as art, the process of cultivating cranberries, and delicious recipes.

The book has received much press, such as coverage in the Green Bay Press Gazette, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI) and many other publications. Radio interviews include the Morning Magazine Show from Wisconsin Rapids, the Idea Exchange from Beaver Dam, WI.

The Wise Owl Factory has free supplemental teaching resources to support the book when used in an educational setting. 

Thank you for reading! Carolyn Wilhelm

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