Monday, March 14, 2011

Power Point Presentation Now Available On My Web Site for Illinois Reading Council Conference

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Trailer for "One Pelican at a Time"

I am presenting a talk to the Illinois Reading Council Conference in Springfield, IL on March 17, 2011.  I've made Power Point slides to augment the presentation which is titled, Literacy Through Green Colored Glasses-Picture Book Activities to Help Kids Save Their Planet.  There are some great activities for children to do, all the while empowering them to care for and nurture their planet and have fun at the same time!

I'm making the slides available here and on my web site:



It is my hope they may be useful to teachers, librarians or anyone else who would like to show them in pursuit of a greener and healthier earth.


My children's picture book. One Pelican at a Time, is now available through:  http://www.amazon.com/, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/, http://www.indiebound.org/ and http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com/

One Pelican at a Time is the first US children's book to address the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of April 20,2010.  The book features Bella and Britt and their heroic efforts to save their friend, the old crooked beak pelican, whom they've known all their lives. 

An author's page gives facts about the spill as well as some green tips on how to save energy and make us less dependent on fossil fuel.  Britt and Bella lead us all by example. 

Britt, Bella, Pelican and I will be on tour virtually all over the blogosphere in April and May, with Pump Up Your Book.  Please watch for dates! 

4 comments:

  1. Hi Nancy,

    How wonderful of you to make the power point available. I will refer my elementary teacher friends to your site. Thanks!
    Nicole Weaver
    http://marieandherfriendtheseaturtle.blogspot.com
    http://mysisterismybestfriend.blogspot.com

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  2. Good luck with your presentation, Nancy. I posted this information on the GAP blog today too.

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  3. Thanks to you all for your continued support. This means so much to me!

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