Harcover book: 'Return to Roses,' MSU's 2013 football season
Celebrate the Spartans' Rose Bowl victory with a hardcover book, "Return To Roses." The 128-page book chronicles the thrilling Michigan State 2013 championship football season and Rose Bowl game, with more than 100 photos, games stories, features and columns by The Detroit News.
This keepsake includes game-by-game recaps, special player features, and extended coverage of the Spartans' hard fought upset of Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship Game, as well as their BCS Rose Bowl battle against Stanford on January 1, 2014.
Order yours at www.kcisports.com or call 1-800-697-3756.
EBook: 'Return to Roses'
"Return To Roses," a Detroit News eBook, chronicles the thrilling 2013 Michigan State championship football season, collecting The Detroit News’ coverage of this historic season into one exciting digital keepsake.
The book features more than 100 photographs from Detroit News photographers and game stories from each of Michigan State’s 13 regular season games, with special emphasis on the Big Ten Championship game and the victory over archrival Michigan. The book also includes features stories and columns from Detroit News sports writers, and a foreword by Michigan State football writer Matt Charboneau.
If the Spartans roll to victory in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1, 2014, The Detroit News will offer a commemorative book in print that will capture the excitement of Michigan State's entire season and bowl game. Look for it in Meijer stores or watch for details on how to order it online on this page or in our newspaper.
EBook: Enjoy 100 Kate Lawson recipes in 'Seasonally Simple'
The Detroit News has published its first eBook, an illustrated volume of “Simply the Best” columns and recipes from food writer Kate Lawson called “Seasonally Simple.”
Kate drew the 100 recipes and columns from pieces that first appeared as “Simply the Best” columns in The Detroit News Eats & Drinks and Homestyle sections. Her column describes wonderful dishes she discovered and prepared for family and friends. The recipes emphasize quality, fresh ingredients in season, but don’t require a lot of heavy lifting, “Seasonally Simple” is divided into chapters corresponding to each of the four seasons.