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Author Website: www.ritamilios.com; DreamShareBooks.com
Presentations: (Q/A and discussion)
- Ask the Author (about writing and publishing)
- Students as Authors
- Mysteries of Your Mind: How Normal is the Paranormal?
- Ask the Dream Lady (psychotherapist and author Rita Milios)
- Dreams as "Mind Tools" (first presented in conjunction with a JFK Center for the Performing Arts Teacher presentation, "Into the Dream")
- students grades 3-6
- education associations
- parent groups
Available Times: open
No recording of Skype Sessions without permission from the author.
No Cost Meet the Author Visit: 10-20 minutes
In-Depth Visit Length: to be determined
In-Depth Visit Cost: to be determined
Students should have read Dream Share and taken the Dream Share Pop Quiz and What Kind of Dreamer are You? Quiz at DreamShareBooks.com (online after May 09)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Affiliations: Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators, National Speaker's Assoc., American Society of Journalists and Authors, (Tampa) Bay Area Professional Writer's Group
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|RitaMilios||Dreams,Student Researchers and More||0||Mar 27 2009, 4:22 PM EDT by RitaMilios|
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I've written about and spoken about dreams for more than twenty years. My first children's book about dreams, Sleeping and Dreaming (Childrens Press), written in the early 1990's, still elicits mail from students. Kids love to explore their dreams!
In my latest book, Dream Share, (Rose Heart Publishers; www.roseheartbooks.com) I use a shared "dream" experience to explore paranormal realms. I know from my work as a therapist that kids want and need reliable information about the paranormal, so In Dream Share I have a non-fiction "Story Behind the Story" section to address the paranormal elements brought out in the Dream Share middle-grade novel. Dreams can be used to discover answers to questions, find solutions to problems. receive creativity and valuable insights. We need to teach kids how to take advantage of this valuable asset called dreams!
At DreamShareBook.com kids can learn more about dreams and other paranormal topics and they can take part in a Book Club, enter contests, and much more. Students (and their classmates) can also take part in a real Dream Research Project! Parent groups would be welcomes as sponsors! Email me for details at email@example.com
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