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Author Website: www.loisszymanski.com
Author Address Westminster, MD, U.S.A.
Presentations: Arranged by request- will work with instructors on their needs or provide the following:
YOU CAN WRITE, TOO! This talk includes information about finding ideas and developing them into stories in a fun fashion. Students learn how they can develop a "Writer's Muscle" too!
CHINCOTEAGUE PONY TALES Learn how Szymanski uncovered true tales and turned them into books. How do authors merge fiction with fact to trun a true story into an even more intriguing read.
WETLANDS FUN How does Szymanski research in the wetlands and what might you find? Hands on sharing of wetland treasures merged with storytelling.
MEETING THE PAST Focusing on "The Gettysburg Ghost Gang" series, the focus of this talk for older readers is on how to research and how to merge historical facts into fiction.
Audiences: Third to fifth grade
Available Times: By arrangement.
No recording of Skype Sessions without permission from the author.
No Cost Meet the Author Visit: 10 to 15 minutes
In-Depth Visit Length: 45 minutes
In-Depth Visit Cost:Contact by email to arrange full talk.
Contact Information: email@example.com or 410-346-7321
Middle grade novels, mystery, horse Books, nonfiction, picture books, young adult
Affiliations: SCBWI - www.scbwi.org
THE FEATHER FUND - www.featherfund.org
WICOMICO COUNTY AUTHOR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM - http://www.globalclassroom.org/authors/authors2002.html
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