My dear friend and photographer Emily Bruso helped me out with some new head shots recently, so I'll be gradually updating my various pages and what-not. In the meantime, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and see what the masterpiece the Google Arts and Culture app would pair me with, and, unfortunately, it does appear … Continue reading New Headshots–Thanks Emily Bruso
Once Upon an Earth Science Book: 12 interdisciplinary lessons to create confident readers got a lovely review in this fall's The Green Teacher. Thanks to my fantastic editor, Rachel Ledbetter, for sharing!
May 2: Greystone Elementary School; Hoover, AL, Author Visit May 21-22: Washington, DC, Photo shoot for upcoming National Geographic Kids book June 12: Alabama School Librarians Association conference June 13: TASL Road Trip East (tentative) Let me know if you’d like me to add staff development or an author visit for your school or district!
I sent out my Smore newsletter today. WordPress doesn't let me insert the newsletters directly, so you'll have to click the image below to be taken to the site, if you aren't already bombarded with this in your inbox (and if you'd like to have it sent to you, but aren't getting it, click here … Continue reading April Newsletter
If you'll be in Athens tomorrow for the Georgia Children's Book Awards and Conference, I'd love to see you. I'll be presenting twice. At 1:10 I'll be doing STEAM Up-Close: Close observation, close inquiry, close reading--and my friend and non-fiction writing guru Heather L. Montgomery is going to be able to join me (room C). … Continue reading Georgia Children’s Book Awards and Conference on Children’s Literature
WordPress won't let me share my Smore directly to this site, so you'll have to make do with this screen shot to decide if it's worth clicking over to Smore to read the rest.