REVIEWS OF PRESENTATIONS
Sharron is a oft
requested speaker at library or reading conferences and often
speaks in conjunction with authors of picture books/novels.
She is also a popular presenter at conferences for book writers, and parent events.
The possibilities are endless as Sharron has myriad of experiences and innovative ideas.
Q&A sessions about books and reading are available via Skype or via phone connections for radio.
|Presentations for the Author/Illustrator Communities - SCBWI
Making the Most of Your Author/Illustrator Website & Tricks of Social Media --
Getting Started, and how to maximize what you already have.
Create a "brand" as a writer or illustrator, get visitors to your site,
and get the most for your development $.
The Business of Writing
-- Writing/illustrating is a business, the essentials
your tax accountant won't tell you but you MUST know.
Presentations for the Educational/Parent Communities
Making a Difference: Grandparents as part of the Village
Embracing your role as a member of the village that surrounds another generation with love, roads to success, and trusting rlationships. Guidelines for finding your niche in the lives of children - and discover your own path to joy and satisfaction.
Building a Nation of Readers
Twenty-six steps for sharing literacy at home and at school. For parent/teacher groups, home schooling organizations, and for all adults. Often presented as a keynote presentation for educators.
The Story Behind the Story
Inside tales of authors and illustrators and the books they have created. Friendly tales of bloopers in books and hidden images and ideas. A humorous -- just for fun -- presentation. Luncheon address and dinner meetings.
Best Books of the Year
The best of the best shared with summaries and connections to make with readers. Adaptable for any age group (preS, primary [k-2], intermediate [3-5], middle school [6-8], young adults.
Helping Others to Understand Mental Illness: Helpful Tips for Family, Friends, and Educators
Whether physical or mental - a person's illness affects the individual and all those involved in that person's life. What role do family, friends, and educators play in helping the mentally ill person to manage the illness? And how can YOU cope as THEY learn to cope with their illness. Every ill person (physical or mental) needs an advocate. Bibliiography of books for further reading.
ABCs in YOUR Backyard
Authors & Books & Connections in YOUR backyard. Books that highlight what is happening where you are at. Non-fiction and Common Core Connections are shared.
You name the topic -- literacy, raising children, serious or humorous, for educators or parents (or both). We'll let you know if we can adapt any of our presentations to fit your needs.