Wrapping up school visits for the year

I just finished spending a few days at the Oregon coast visiting Hilda Lahti Elementary and Warrenton Grade school. I had a wonderful time and man-oh-man did the students and librarians and teachers prepare some wonderful art for my visit!

At Warrenton I met with students from preschool through 8th grade so I changed my presentation to fit each audience and got ready to answer very different types of questions!

I’ll post a few photos here (though I never manage to take all the photos I hope to!). I am also reading through lots of notes and letters and thank you cards and books that students made. I’ll be posting one of them soon as well. I think that’s my favorite part of the visits I do, seeing all the creative work students do.

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I enjoyed beautiful weather during my visit to the coast. Looking north.

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Many of the classroom doors at Hilda Lahti Elementary were book themed! This is actually The Door That Eats People!

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There were a lot more than just 3 little aliens at Warrenton Grade School!

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Just a few of the Bad Beans created by 5th graders (I think that’s right!) at Warrenton! Lots of great details!

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Bad books and a very happy bean!

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One of my more ominous welcome signs! But I know that The Book That Eats People inspires plenty of watchful eyes!

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Even Gavin and Rhonda got in on the act!

 

Thanks again to all the students, parents, teachers, librarians and staff that made my visit so fun!

 

 

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Illustrator.
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