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"Coming Home" columnist Jessie Veeder explains how "Prairie Princess" came about after she moved back to her family's ranch, and why she wanted to publish it as a children's book now.
The Minnesota restaurateur collaborated with regional artists to create her colorful first cookbook, which was published in November 2021.
Fargo author Jim Puppe drove to 400 North Dakota towns. When he was done, he had a book full of people's stories.
Doug Lodermeier, of Edina, Minnesota, recently published “Minnesota Duck Calls – yesterday’s and today’s folk artists Volume 2” and “Minnesota Duck Decoys – yesterday’s and today’s folk artists Volume 2.”

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The Moorhead Library and others are participating in the statewide book club.
A Fargo woman has found that despite a hectic work life, it is worth taking time out of the day to hop on her tablet and read to an audience that now waits for her story.
The influential and controversial writer's "Iron John" sparked the so-called "men's movement."
The book looks at the farming crisis in the early 1980s
“I wouldn’t want any other kind of office, but it definitely has its challenges.”
The Bemidji State University professor of Ojibwe, speaking on the Concordia College campus this week, says "To white folk, I'll say, 'Be brave. Lean in. Ask your questions.'"

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Three of his novels, “Hatchet,” “Dogsong” and “The Winter Room” won prestigious Newbery honors. “Hatchet,” Paulsen’s story of a 13-year-old boy living alone in the woods, became a staple of school reading programs and inspired many young people to explore the outdoors. Paulsen died Wednesday.
Parsley, the rector at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Fargo, is the Moorhead college's new poet-in-residence.
Chad Corrie will be there to promote the third in his "Wizard King Trilogy."

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