In 2019, SDHC is offering an unprecedented alternate language version of its Young Readers One Book, which coincides nicely with a recent piece of S.D. legislation.
Texas elementary school principal Belinda George has developed a fail-safe tactic for ensuring her students get bedtime stories: she reads to them via Facebook live stream.
An overseas chain of McDonald’s stores is adding a “scrumdiddlyumptious” element to its famous Happy Meals.
The students from St. Joseph’s Indian School who attended this year’s S.D. Festival of Books are all authors in the making.
This fall, Kara LaReau will address thousands of elementary students. Some of those young faces will light up with recognition as they follow along; other listeners will drift into daydreams.
As author Kate DiCamillo can attest, the South Dakota Festival of Books is an excellent place to make connections.
Book clubs aren’t just for adults. The South Dakota Humanities Council Lending Library offers options for audiences both young and old.
Humanities programming in the Sioux Falls area will receive an extra $200,000 from a major fundraising match met by SDHC donors last week.
As part of the National Campaign for Grade Level Reading Initiative, third grade students met illustrator Chris Van Dusen.
Working with an author like Kate DiCamillo makes Chris Van Dusen's job easy.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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