The Kansas Center for the Book at the State Library of Kansas and the Kansas Humanities Council invites individuals, book clubs, school classes, or other groups to join this exciting statewide reading program that brings communities together through reading. Kansas Reads traditionally kicks off on Jan. 29, Kansas Day, and continues through March 15.
The 2010 Book was selected by a committee of librarians, publishers, booksellers and authors after reviewing hundreds of books. In 2009, nearly 10,000 Kansans shared in the discussion groups at libraries, book clubs and other venues. The One Book/One State reading project is in its fourth year and gains momentum every year.
To learn more, visit the YouTube program trailers created especially for 2010 Kansas Reads…Dreams from My Father at http://www.kcfb.info/dreams/resources, or on the State Library YouTubeChannel. Information can also be found at the State Library of Kansas’ website, www.kslib.info or at the Kansas Center for the Book website, www.kcfb.info.
The YouTube videos were created by Emporia State SLIM program student Lily Morgan and SLIM program graduate Kelly Fann.