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Telling Tales: Stoufer's new book chronicles his life and career in education - Mankato Free Press - December 12, 2014

MSU instructor's book illustrates social dynamics in Mankato cafe - Mankato Free Press - October 28, 2012 

Childhood books are lifelong friends - 
Star Tribune - July 12, 2012
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Mankato, MN
Barnes & Noble, River Hills Mall
Betsy-Tacy Society Gift Shop
     332 Center Street
Blue Earth County Heritage Center
     415 E. Cherry Street
Carnegie Art Center
     120 So. Broad Street
Nicollet South Bike Shop
     607 No. Riverfront Dr.
Pages Past Book Store
     100 E. Main St.

Elysian, MN
Mama's Mercantile

Minneapolis, MN
Magers & Quinn Booksellers

New Ulm, MN
Brown County Historical Society

Rapidan, MN
The Peddler of Rapidan

Owatonna, MN
Little Professor Book Center

St. Paul, MN
Minnesota History Center Museum Store
Red Balloon Bookstore

St. Peter, MN
Treaty Site History Center

Waseca, MN
Waseca County Historical Society


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            Lincoln Park Quotes from Maud Hart Lovelace

As we grew older we made more trips downtown, pausing to play by the fountain at 
Lincoln Park or rest under the big elm there. ~ Maud Hart Lovelace, 1952

Quotes from Betsy and Tacy Go Over the Big Hill by Maud Hart Lovelace

* Lincoln Park was a pie-shaped wedge of lawn with a giant elm tree and a fountain on it. Hill Street turned into Broad Street there. It was the end of the neighborhood. 

* Lincoln Park came into sight, cool and green under its elm, the waters of its fountain sparkling.
“Let’s stop and rest before we go home,” Betsy said.

* “We’ll go over to the park,” said Betsy, and you can wash up in the fountain.”
They ran across the street to Lincoln Park, and Tib washed her face and hands in the fountain.

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Deep Valley Book Festival
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Mankato Event Center in downtown Mankato

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