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Tim Ernst, perhaps the premier outdoors photographer in Arkansas, has released “Arkansas Waterfalls: Scenic Icons from the Natural State” ($29.95, Cloudland.net publishing, hardcover). More than a 100 color images document “the best scenic waterfall icons” in Arkansas, as well as a number of smaller and unnamed falls and cascades off the beaten trail. A calendar, “2008 Arkansas Wild & Free” ($14.95, Cloudland.net publishing), is also available.

Little, Brown will release “The Search for Mr. Benedict,” the sequel to the hugely popular young adult book “The Mysterious Benedict Society,” by Little Rock's Trenton Lee Stewart, sometime next spring.

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