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Author Website: http://www.maryamato.com; http://www.maryamato.blogspot.com
Question and Answer Session on one of Mary Amato's Books:
- The Word Eater (fantasy, humor, ages 8-12)
- The Naked Mole-Rat Letters (realistic fiction, humor, ages 8-12)
- Please Write in this Book (realistic fiction, humor, ages 6-10)
- Invisible Lines (realistic fiction, ages 10 and up)
- Snarf Attack: The Riot Brothers Tell All (humor, ages 7-10)
- Drooling and Dangerous: The Riot Brothers Return (humor, ages 7-10)
- Stinky and Successful: The Riot Brothers Never Stop (humor, ages 7-10)
- Take the Mummy and Run: The Riot Brothers are on a Roll (humor, ages 7-10)
- The Chicken of the Family (PreK-3, realistic fiction, humor)
- Grades 2-8 for Q & A sessions; grades K-2 for reading
- Parent-Child Book Groups
Available Times: to be determined
No recording of Skype Sessions without permission from the author.
No Cost Meet the Author Visit: 10-15 minutes
In-Depth Visit Length: to be determined
In-Depth Visit Cost: to be determined
Prerequisites: Students should be familiar with Mary Amato's work.
Contact Information: Mary sets aside one day per month as a skype day, first-reserved, first-served. To reserve a time slot or find out more, please email: email@example.com
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|maryamato||From Franklin, WI 6th grade teacher||0||Sep 24 2009, 11:38 AM EDT by maryamato|
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I received this email message from a teacher after our skype session.
"This afternoon was incredible! All 70 sixth graders were riveted to
the screen while you were talking. I can't thank you enough for all the
wonderful things you shared with us about your books and your writing
process. What a truly inspiring discussion. One really neat coincidence
was that I had just shared my writing notebook with a group of students
earlier in the morning and then you shared yours. The connections were
flying like wild fire...You have made a wonderful lasting memory for
so many students today.
Oh, and as a side note, several parents were also in the room and you
made a huge impression on them as well! We are all now anxiously
awaiting the release of your new novel!
1 out of 1 found this valuable. Do you?
|maryamato||Feedback||3||Sep 24 2009, 7:37 AM EDT by mschur|
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