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Authors, Illustrators To Present At Festival

July 28, 2012, 10:14 AM

Authors, Illustrators To Present At Festival
ABERDEEN, SD -

Storytellers, book characters, jugglers and musicians will be part of the festivities during the second day of the Storybook Land Festival in Aberdeen.

Author and Illustrator Don Montileaux of Rapid City will be one of the featured guests on Saturday at the seventh annual event in Wylie Park.

He tells the Aberdeen American News (http://bit.ly/Qlxoz7) that he loves when a child comes up with a book in hand and he gets to personalize it with a little drawing or something.  He says he gets to help show kids how important books are in written society.

Montileaux has also illustrated children's books and designed covers for other's books, including "The Enchanted Buffalo" by "Wizard of Oz" author L. Frank Baum.

Montileaux will present at noon and 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

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