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“Jessica Nunemaker has a gift for uncovering hidden gems in small towns across Indiana and bringing each community to life. The amazing stories and photographs in Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations will entice you to explore the Hoosier state and ensure you know the best places to stay, play, eat and shop in each town.” —Ken Kosky, Indiana Dunes Tourism Promotions Director
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If you’re looking for fun things to see and do … close to home … without blowing your life’s savings … Jessica Nunemaker’s just-published guide, Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations, is for you. The 324-page softcover book, published by Quarry Books (an imprint of Indiana University Press) brims with spritely writing and up-to-date info on interesting places to stay, play, shop and eat … without parking garages, interstates, and urban angst.” —Lafayette Journal and Courier
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