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Knock, Knock! Who’s there? Crayfish!


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Tap! Tap! Children knock on pots to call out their crayfish during a science experiment.
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Hmmmmmm . . . Male or female?

When I visit classrooms I learn about my readers–and from my readers! Thank you to all the teachers and students who welcomed me this year.

Below are some highlights.

“Gators, Octopi, and Grizzlies, Oh, My!”

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Pre-program Reading
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How does an alligator brush her teeth?
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Where’s the octopus’s stomach?
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Looking like an antelope

 

“Exciting Writing!”

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Revising fairy tales is exciting writing!

 

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“Making Music” with Alliteration!

 

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“Painting Pictures” with similes.

“Images of Immigrants”

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“Even those with no possessions carry three things with them: courage, hope, and a story.”
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Children whose ancestors are Jewish, Italian, and Irish

 

I look forward to meeting some of you in the classroom.

Keep reading and writing!

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AUTHOR PROGRAMS/VISITS BROCHURE

 

Program/author visit video:
SCHOOL PROGRAM / AUTHOR VISIT VIDEO

 

Photography website:
http://www.agpix.com/cohen

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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Marie Lamba, author

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Mrs. Jennifer Cimini, M.Ed.

Positively passionate 4th grade teacher, mom, being myself and helping others!

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