“It feels to me like coming home,” said East Coast author Marilyn Johnson. It’s the difference between South Dakota and other travel destinations she’s visited.
With the announcement of the return of The Book Doctors to the 2015 South Dakota Festival of Books, questions must be asked.
We’re planning the 2015 Festival of Books and we already know it is going to be a success, if for no other reason than the Book Doctors are coming back!
The Council is always looking for new presenters for the annual Festival of Books, which brings together thousands of readers and writers every fall.
Kicking off the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday inspires people to give back to the charities and causes they support and help create a better world.
South Dakota students can look forward to twice the usual fun in this special edition copy of two of Megan McDonald’s books bound into a single volume.
We at the Council are already excited for the 2015 South Dakota Festival of Books, to be held Sept. 24-27, 2015 in Rapid City and Deadwood, SD.
Writing 256 pages of non-fiction prose that delves into the South Dakota psyche and culture without reading like a dry sociology textbook is no small feat.
'Publishers Weekly' recently brought attention to Midwest native Kate DiCamillo and to the South Dakota Humanities Council and Festival of Books.
The uniting of the Dakotas on the One Book selection brings attention to the states’ upcoming anniversaries and represents only one facet of SDHC’s recognition.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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