Tom Roberts

Tom Roberts' "Something About Christmas"

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Tom Roberts

In The Moment … November 30, 2020 Show 950 Hour 1

As South Dakotans deck the halls, we do so knowing that in a few weeks we shall face the time to tuck all those decorations back into their boxes and bags. In a new book by author Tom Roberts, one small boy struggles with the end of the Christmas season and needs help learning that the spirit of giving lasts all year long.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... January 30, 2019 Show 505 Hour 1

A new collaboration between Avera Health and Children's Home Society of South Dakota aims to promote mental health, especially among kids.

Author Tom Roberts has written the book A New Norm. It's the story of a boy with overwhelming feelings and the spark that helps him see through the gloom to finding help.

Roberts is joined by Avera Behavioral Health Clinical Program Manager Amber Reints.

Jackie Hendry

Suicide is the nation’s second leading cause of death for children. The CDC reports more than 20% of youth experience one or more mental health problems like depression. The Children’s Home Society and Avera Behavioral Health are partnering to publish a new children’s book to help kids—and parents—start conversations about mental wellness. 

In “A New Norm,” readers watch a young boy try to escape the storm cloud that follows him wherever he goes. He eventually focuses on a spark of hope that helps him see all of life’s storms will pass.

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... November 5, 2018 Show 454 Hour 1
 

This year is the 125th birthday of the Children's Home Society. Just  like their website says, the Children's Home Society empowers children, adults, families, and communities to be resilient, safe, healthy, and strong.

Deb Moritz is a historian with CHS. Tom Roberts is an author/actor whose latest book On That One Christmas Eve benefits CHS.

In The Moment ... July 30, 2018 Show 389 Hour 2

What's America's best loved novel?

It's the Summer of The Great American Read. You can vote online every day for your favorite book from a curated list of 100. One of those books is the "Little Women."

A pop-up theater company in Sioux Falls is staging a readers theater production of a show called "Women," a modern-day take on the 150-year-old literary classic.

The group says it is an opportunity for audience goers to hear a new piece of theatrical literature.