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February 2013

Authorfest School Visit


Once again I was honored to present programs for the Greenwood  School Authorfest. Thank you to the Authorfest Committee for organizing this fascinating week of activities. For details and photographs of the other authors who visited the school, see Colleen Guida’s story in the WakefieldPatch and visit Greenwood’s Authorfest Facebook page.

A special “Hello” to Zach, whom I happened to meet at the market. Glad you enjoyed the program!

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Students discover that octopuses are weird but wonderful.

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Here’s is the real thing–a friend I photographed on a visit to the New England Aquarium, while I was researching the book, Octopuses.

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Winter Author School Visits


This winter I had a wonderful time on school visits in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Thank you to the parents, librarians, and teachers, who invited me to their schools to present the following programs:
“Gators, Octopi, and Grizzlies, Oh, My!”
 “Exciting Writing” 
“Images of Immigrants” .

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The author and friends at the Fox Hill School for their nonfiction kick-off last spring.

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“Images of Immigrants”
Some people came to America with only faith, hope, and a story.

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“Gators, Octopi, and Grizzlies, Oh, My!”
Ground squirrels are always on the watch for grizzly bears.

When a grizzly bear pokes its nose into the air . . .  SNIFF! SNIFF!  . . . Beware!

When a grizzly bear pokes its nose into the air . . . SNIFF! SNIFF! . . . Beware!

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An octopus slips out of her tank to say, “Hello!”

Alligator Babies

A baby gator’s yellow stripes help to camouflage it in the grass. Hungry hawks are on the watch!

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“Exciting Writing”
Greenwood School students think that alliteration makes writing exciting.

View or download a new brochure: AUTHOR PROGRAMS/VISITS BROCHURE 

See our photography web site: http://www.agpix.com/cohen

See our photography web site: http://www.agpix.com/cohen 

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