Julia’s presentations are specifically tailored for both the age range and group size of the intended audience. Each presentation is a fast-paced, interactive experience, incorporating a variety of book-based activities to involve the audience, such as choral read-alouds, readers’ theater, “pop quizzes,” and multimedia props. As a former school librarian, Julia draws upon her experience with a variety of literacy strategies to ensure that her presentations inform as well as entertain.
Rates (as of 8/2017)
$1000/day for 3 presentations (30 minutes for preK-1st grade, 45
minutes for all others). Travel expenses additional for visits beyond a 100 mile radius of Ottawa, Illinois. *Discounts available for multiple day bookings.* **NEW for 2017 - 2018! Travel fees waived and discounts available for schools within a 50 mile radius of St. Louis, MO or the Quad Cities, IA/IL.**
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Wilson dreams of all the ways he can help improve his friend Gigi's house so that she'll be warm, comfortable, and happy.
One day, friends and neighbors from all over come to help make Wilson's plans come true. Everyone volunteers to pitch in to make Gigi's house safe, clean, and pretty.
Inspired by a friend's volunteerism, author Julia Durango tells a story of community and togetherness, showing that by helping others we help ourselves. Further information about Labor of Love, United Way, and Habitat for Humanity is included at the end of the book.
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