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Keynote Margi Preus – DVBF Cabin Fever Read with Margi Preus – LIVE w/recorded classroom session
Read The Littlest Voyageur by Margi Preus to prepare for this fun and lively book discussion! All ages welcome!

Mar 7, 2021 12:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Margi Preus
Author @www.margipreus.com
Margi Preus is the author of the Newbery Honor book Heart of a Samurai and other books for young readers, including the Minnesota Book Award-winning West of the Moon, and the Midwest Booksellers Choice Award book The Clue in the Trees, part of the Enchantment Lake mystery series. Her books have won multiple awards, landed on the New York Times bestseller list, been honored as ALA/ALSC Notables, selected as an NPR Backseat Book Club pick, chosen for community reads, and translated into several languages. New titles in 2020 include Village of Scoundrels, The Littlest Voyageur, and The Silver Box, part of the Enchantment Lake mystery series. Back when such things were done, Margi enjoyed traveling, speaking, and visiting schools all over the world. Now mostly at home in Duluth, she likes to ski, hike, canoe, or sit quietly with a book in her lap.
Rachael Hanel
Author @rachael-hanel.square.site
Rachael Hanel is a writer and assistant professor of mass media in Mankato, Minnesota. Her memoir, We’ll Be the Last Ones to Let You Down: Memoir of a Gravedigger’s Daughter (2013, University of Minnesota Press), was a finalist for a Minnesota Book Award. She has written several nonfiction books for children. Her essays have appeared in online and print literary journals such as War, Literature & the Arts, Bellingham Review, and New Delta Review.
Danelle Erickson
BECHS Operations Manager @blueearthcountyhistory.com
From a very young age, Danelle has had an unwavering curiosity and interest in history, reading as much historical fiction as she could get her hands on growing up. She has always been absolutely fascinated by the stories that every single person has about their own unique family history and how these stories connect the individuals of the communities in which we live, which led her to studying History in college. After launching her professional career as a business owner, Danelle later pursued an opportunity at the Blue Earth County Historical Society and has grown her career at this organization ever since, now fulfilling the role of Operations Manager.