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Virtual Author Visits--

"Normally I don't rave, but this is an author who presents her book in a very interactive, creative and appropriate way-a great way to bring a book to life."

 

 

COVID-19 and  Virtual Author Visits.

 

 More than just a Read-Aloud into a Monitor

A Virtual Author Visit comes alive in your Classroom!!

Music, Dancing, Singing & Surprises with Kathy Z.!

Completely Interactive and Kreative 

   

 

Because of the CoronaVirus, Kathy's author visits are now offered virtually through Zoom or Google Hang-outs.

 

 Each presentation is  constructed specfically, custom-made for your school audience. Classroom visits, lunch sessions and library assemblies are all possible! Kathy's favorite are School-Library Assemblies!

Kathy utilizes both her kidlit-friendly Writing Studio and each school classroom to provide an interactive experience that extends far beyond a simple Reading Aloud into the monitor.  

Live guitar,  Puppets, plus  Kathy's Klassroom Scavenger Hunt as part of the Storytelling. Plus  Singing & more Surprises!

 

There's so much more excitement and fun that makes a Virtual  Author Visit come alive in your Classroom. Book a Virtual Kreative Klassroom with Kathy Z! 

ELEMENTARY-SCHOOL AGE

MIDDLE SCHOOL

KATHY COMBINES STORYTELLING, AND A BEHIND THE BOOK PRESENTATION TO INSPIRE YOUNG WRITERS

The Bourbon Street Musicians, a New York Times reviewed picture book is child participatory and finger snapping fun. With Kathy’s guitar, as accompaniment, the bayou becomes alive, and the children enter a world of jazz, heritage, and poetry.
Kathy combines storytelling with sharing the essentials of bring a book to life and excites young writers with their own potential.


High School

Kathy shares how a picture book is created from A-Z, and welcomes a lively question, answer and comment period from the children. Her PowerPoint presentation draws from personal experience and shares lively anecdotes that really gets young adults excited about reading and writing. Instead of Poetry Slam--Kathy facilitates a Poetry Jam, which enocurages collaboration, rather than competition!