New Links to New Learning Presents James Otis Thach

New Links to New Learning is pleased to announce the return of one of our favorite authors, James Otis Thach.  James will be live at Cooperating School Districts on April 20th to participate in four videoconferences!

James will read from his books, The Seal Pup and The Tickle Monster is Coming.  He will talk about the heroic seal that inspired The Seal Pup, the making of a book, and will share some related videos.  James was raised in Clayton, Missouri, and attended Glenridge Elementary. It is wonderful that James takes time during his visits home to share his work with students (& teachers)! In addition, each participating teacher will receive a complimentary hardback copy of The Seal Pup.

On April 20th, James will have the following free videoconferences:

•  9:15-10:00 a.m. CT:  James talks about The Seal Pup and The Tickle Monster is Coming for K-2 students;  limit 3 interactive sites (JUST VIEW ONLY AVAILABLE NOW)
•  10:30-11:30 a.m. CT:  James discusses The Seal Pup for upper elementary & middle school students;  limit 4 interactive sites (JUST VIEW ONLY AVAILABLE NOW)
•  1-2:00 p.m. CT:  James discusses The Seal Pup for upper elementary & middle school students;  limit 4 interactive sites (JUST VIEW ONLY AVAILABLE NOW)
•  2:30-3:15 p.m. CT:  James talks about The Seal Pup and The Tickle Monster is Coming for K-2 students;  limit 3 interactive sites (JUST VIEW ONLY AVAILABLE NOW)

Registration begins tomorrow, March 1st with Rebecca Morrison. MOREnet will bridge the videoconferences. To read about past author visits brought to classrooms by New Links to New Learning, click here.

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