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Upcoming Public Events

This winter I have several events you might be interested in joining! I often get asked about when and where I present but haven't done this kind of a blog post in the past. Social media is great for me to share, but many followers don't see my posts. 

The best way to keep updated is by visiting my schedule of events here at my website and through my monthly author newsletter. But here's a quick summary! I wanted to dedicate a blog post about these especially since three of these events are free for participants and available to all as webinars.

During January and February, I have multiple events open to the public. As I mentioned. the webinars are all free, though  registration is necessary. And of course, if you can't join live, recordings will be available. I'm also excited that Reycraft Books has invited me to attend ALA's 2023 LibLearnX conference. 

January 24: Reycraft Books and Benchmark Education are hosting an educator webinar with Jennifer Swanson, Carolyn Bennett Fraiser, and me. We'll have a lot of fun talking about Women and Science in Children's Literature. Register here. It's free. Though educators are our primary audience, all are welcome.

January 29-30:
I'll be in New Orleans at ALA's LibLearnX conference. I'll be signing my books in Reycraft Books booth #221. (They'll be giving away books throughout the conference.) I'll be there Sunday at 3:15 and Monday at 10:45. 

February 7: The North Carolina Reading Association has invited me to present a PD webinar focusing on celebrating curiosity. It's at 6:30 Eastern. Register here. It's free. A link will be emailed the day of the presentation. Once again, the main audience is educators, but all are welcome.

February 18: The Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum of Walnut Grove, Minnesota is hosting a book and history discussion for On the Banks of Plum Creek. Join myself as well as authors Cindy Wilson and Dan Peterson to learn more about the book--and the real people and places in it. Learn more and register here. It's free. This is a family-friendly event though most of our audience will be adults.

These are my public events. I'm visiting several schools (in person and virtually) this winter and spring, too. I can't wait! (If you're interested in an author visit, I have availability in May and June. I'm also booking for next school year.)

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