Nonprofit Organization Exhibitors

My First Books SC

A free early literacy book-by-mail program that provides high-quality age-appropriate books to South Carolina children from birth to age five.

The children’s books are selected by a blue ribbon committee of childhood education experts and include such beloved titles as The Little Engine That Could, The Snowy Day, Llama Llama Red Pajama, Madeline, The Story of Ferdinand and Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!

Stop by our table to enroll a child to receive monthly books or to become a supporter of this valuable program for children throughout South Carolina.

Booth# 324

Friends of the Dunwoody Library

Non-Profit Organization featuring Southern History, County and City History, Genealogy, Children’s Books, Railroadiana, Biography, Sets, Art & Photography and Signed Science Fiction & Fantasy.

Booth# 321

Terra Incognita Books

Four books: Down the Little Pee Dee: Paddling SC’s Legendary Blackwater River by W.S. Walker, The Natural History of Congaree Swamp by L.L. Gaddy and J.E. Cely, Alpine South by L.L. Gaddy, and Guide to the Little Pee Dee by L.L. Gaddy and W.S. Walker


Color Him Father Foundation

Award-winning international author D.A. (Dennis) Winstead graduated with an Economics degree from North Carolina State University and a Masters in Public Policy from George Washington University. Dennis began working for the United States Department of State soon after. As a senior government official for over twenty-three years, he focused on economic and security development policy and traveled extensively during his years of civil service-mostly in post-conflict countries in Asia, Eastern Europe, and Africa. He now runs Color Him Father Foundation, a non-fatherhood empowerment non-profit operating in Africa.

Booth# 226

Alice at 150 – Greater Columbia Literacy Council

Honoring the sesquicentennial year of the publication of Alice in Wonderland, the Greater Columbia Literacy Council (Turning Pages) will display editions of Alice, Carroll biographies and commentaries. Events will include a dramatization of the Mad Tea Party in the Children’s Pavilion, an Alice literary quiz with prizes for all and weekend-long impersonations of many unforgettable characters─ Alice, the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, and the March Hare.

Share the Joy of Reading!    Become a Reading Tutor Volunteer!

Call 803-782-1210 or write: literacycolumbia@gmail.com

Or Visit the Website: www.turning-pages.org

Booth# 205