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County Capitols: The Courthouses of South Dakota

Arthur L. Rusch (author). Jason Haug (contributor).


Functionality, style, and survival: the building of South Dakota's courthouses.

County Capitols "makes an excellent addition to South Dakota state history shelves."—The Midwest Book Review



Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography

Laura Ingalls Wilder (author). Pamela Smith Hill (editor).

Follow the real Laura Ingalls and her family as they make their way west—and discover that truth is as remarkable as fiction.



The Monster Who Ate the State

Chris Browne (author).

From the cartoonist of Hägar the Horrible, Soozy the dinosaur comes alive with a big ROAR!

Traveling across South Dakota, she gobbles up buildings and catches cookies thrown from great heights. Everyone SHRIEKS with fear, but is she dangerous? Follow Soozy as she explores her native state and finds new friends.



Mystery of the Pheasants

. . (illustrator).

Twins Max and Hannah learn about the history of the Chinese ring-necked pheasant and the tradition of hunting the birds in South Dakota.



Plains Political Tradition: Essays on South Dakota Political Culture, Volume 2

Jon Lauck (editor). (editor). Donald C. Simmons, Jr. (editor).

A continuation in the study of South Dakota's political culture.



Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Writer's Life

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Available in ebook formats

Award-Winning Book

A new view of Laura Ingalls Wilder's life and work





Tasunka: A Lakota Horse Legend

(author).

"The return of Tasunka to the plains people was the Great Spirit's way of forgiveness. . . . and great horsemen rode the plains once again."



Circling Back Home: A Plainswoman's Journey

Darcy Lipp-Acord (author).

2014 WILLA Literary Award Finalist

2014 Will Rogers Medallion Award Finalist

A contemporary memoir about family, faith, and life on the edge of the plains.



Love Letters from Mount Rushmore: The Story of a Marriage, a Monument, and a Moment in History

Richard Cerasani (author).

2014 Mom's Choice Gold Award recipient

The discovery of an old trunk leads to a story of love, opportunity, and yearning set during the carving of Mount Rushmore.



Transformation and Continuity in Lakota Culture: The Collages of Arthur Amiotte, 1988–2014

Arthur Amiotte (author). Louis S. Warren (contributor). Janet Catherine Berlo (contributor).

“Arthur’s singular gift is his ability to communicate both visually and verbally, and to do so with humor, grace, knowledge, and insight.”—Janet Catherine Berlo, University of Rochester



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County Capitols: The Courthouses of South Dakota
Arthur L. Rusch (author). Jason Haug (contributor).


Functionality, style, and survival: the building of South Dakota's courthouses.

Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography
Laura Ingalls Wilder (author). Pamela Smith Hill (editor).

Follow the real Laura Ingalls and her family as they make their way west—and discover that truth is as remarkable as fiction.

The Monster Who Ate the State
Chris Browne (author).

From the cartoonist of Hägar the Horrible, Soozy the dinosaur comes alive with a big ROAR.

Plains Political Tradition: Essays on South Dakota Political Culture, Volume 2
Jon Lauck (editor). (editor). Donald C. Simmons, Jr. (editor).

A continuation in the study of South Dakota's political culture.

Tasunka: A Lakota Horse Legend
(author).

"The return of Tasunka to the plains people was the Great Spirit's way of forgiveness.

Love Letters from Mount Rushmore: The Story of a Marriage, a Monument, and a Moment in History
Richard Cerasani (author).

2014 Mom's Choice Gold Award recipient

The discovery of an old trunk leads to a story of love, opportunity, and yearning set during the carving of Mount Rushmore.

Transformation and Continuity in Lakota Culture: The Collages of Arthur Amiotte, 1988–2014
Arthur Amiotte (author). Louis S. Warren (contributor). Janet Catherine Berlo (contributor).

“Arthur’s singular gift is his ability to communicate both visually and verbally, and to do so with humor, grace, knowledge, and insight.