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Decatur ISD – Day Two


Today I spent the day with the fun students of Rann Elementary! Everyone had such great energy and I was blown away by your cheers!

After a couple of the shows, I even signed books for a few of the students!

En inglés y español!


Thanks again to Mrs. Highlander for having me out and another fun lunch. Thanks to Mrs. Slimp and Mrs. McNiel for all the help. And thanks to the Rann students themselves! It was a pleasure to hang out, talk about scripts, metaphors, and make weird giraffe noises with everyone!


Decatur ISD – Day One

Back in Texas, Decatur, Texas to be precise, to visit three great schools in Decatur ISD, beginning with Carson Elementary!

I enjoyed all three sessions with the star students and answered tons of great questions. I even signed one of my favorite books in Carson’s library: I’m a Great Big Monster Truck! I had to attend a couple of monster truck rallies to research that one. How fun is that?

Thanks to Mrs. Highlander for having me out. Thanks to Mrs. Zamora for tracking down my book. And the biggest thanks of all goes to the Carson students themselves. You were a fun beginning to my Decatur drop-in and don’t forget those four words!



Two schools in Nebraska!


Today I visited with two great schools in Fairfield, NE! I gave two performances for the Sandy Creek Elementary 2nd through 5th graders and then signed a bunch of books for each of their classrooms. This was a special day for me since all of the students prepped for my visit by watching Wishbone episodes, a couple of the Night at the Museum movies, AND read my novelizations. Very cool!

I had a working lunch with several Sandy Creek writers where we had a writing workshop and discussed their future short stories.

I can’t wait to read your work: Ben, Cedric, Eboney, Emily, Jacob, Jonas, Kaeden, Kari, Keaton, Olivia, Rachel, Tripp, and Zoie!

After lunch, the 2nd- 5th graders were bussed in from Lawrence-Nelson Elementary. Since they had just finished watching the NATM movie, they could really see how a movie script and novelization can be different from the film itself!

Thanks to Mrs. Radabaugh for inviting me. Thanks to Mrs. Schmoldt for the use of the gym. And thanks to all the great Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson students. I hope you enjoy the books I signed. But don’t stop there! Keep reading and keep writing!



Back with the Wildcats!


Today’s author visit was another return visit over at Elgin Elementary—home of the Wildcats! Last year I got to hang out with the upper grades, but today I got to meet the younger kiddos. Now, I’ve met ALL the Elgin Wildcats!

I had lunch with Mrs. Noonan’s class, winners of a special drawing. They came up with some wonderful questions and told me all about themselves. Great to meet you: Adam, Addison, Ashton, Bella, Brayden, Collin, Diamoni, Elise, Garren, Jaymie, Josiah, Kalee, Makenzi, Melani, Mia, Noah, Nobel, Paloma, Sadie, Valorie, and Victor!


Thanks to Mrs. Rawson for inviting me back. Thanks to Mrs. Delrosal for helping during lunch. And thanks to the other half of the Wildcats! Now the entire school should remember those four words…I Can Do That!



Swimming with Dolphins…again!


After a WHOLE day off, I traveled to Austin, TX for a return visit to Decker Elementary—home of the Dolphins! I visited Decker once before back in 2009 and was welcomed back with a huge banner on the library window. Crafted by the Dolphins themselves, the banners featured many characters from my books. Great work, everyone!

I performed my presentations in the library and signed bunches of library books for the Dolphins to check out later. I hope you enjoy them!

And a silly one…

Thanks to Mrs. Mitchell for inviting me and for lunch. And a big thanks to all the Decker Dolphins for welcoming me back to your school with all the hard work on the banners and your best behavior during my shows. It was great to be back!



Klein ISD – Day Five


My final school visit for Klein ISD was at Frank Elementary—home of the Frank Flyers! And guess what, it was another crazy-cool hat kind of a day with the theme: Grab a hat and read with the Cat. So there were tons of cool Cat-in-the-hat hats and more!

Some crazier than others!

Just staying at Frank today, I performed three shows for all the Flyers and signed bunches of books in the library!

Thanks to Mrs. Erkman for having me out and for lunch. Thanks to Ms. Irma for help setting up. And a big thanks to all the Frank Flyers for not only being a great grand finale to my tour through Klein ISD but also Read Across America Week. Now fly into the library and check out a good book!




Klein ISD – Day Four


Today Read Across America Week continued with Haude Elementary—home of the Jaguars! I performed two shows in their cool library and answered a ton of great questions. The Jaguars were so prepared, they had tons of great questions waiting for me on a white board!

Thanks to Mrs. Jaffray for having me out and for the tasty lunch. And the biggest thanks goes to all the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade Haude Jaguars! Thanks for the fun morning and the great questions. And don’t forget to email me if you think of any others!

After lunch (thanks again, Mrs. J), I was off to Kohrville Elementary—home of the Coyotes! I was pleasantly surprised to see most of the Coyotes wearing fun hats in honor of Dr. Seuss’s The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins—my kind of crowd! I was further surprised to be presented with a brand new hat from Mrs. Holt and her daughter Allie! It’s Coyote purple, too! Very generous!

I had to put it on right away and break it in for the 2nd through 5th graders. Another cool hat for my collection!

After each show, I signed a ton of books for the library and many of the Coyotes themselves. And I received yet another surprise—a bunch of wonderful letters from Ms. Cook and Ms. Ruffin’s 3rd graders. I can’t wait to read them!

Thanks to Mrs. Holt for having me out and for the generous gift (my first purple hat!). Thanks to Mrs. Alvarado and Miss Quinn for taking pictures. And the biggest thanks of all to the Kohrville Coyotes themselves. If I didn’t sign a book for you, be sure to check out the one from your library. I hope you enjoy them!




Klein ISD – Day Three


This morning I had the pleasure of attending Brill Elementary, as you can see above, home of the brilliant Broncos! They were even more brilliant than usual, being smartly-dressed for picture day. That made everyone especially enjoy the image from my show from my own picture day in elementary school!

The Broncos were as well-mannered as they were well-dressed and they had some great questions for me. However it did get a little crazy when I called, “selfie time” (sorry, teachers. My fault).

Thanks to Mrs. Artman for having me out and inviting me to Klein ISD in the first place (way to go setting up everything!!!). And a special thanks to all the Broncos themselves. Stay brilliant, Broncos!

After lunch out with Mrs. Artman and Mrs. Zachary (thanks again for lunch, Mrs. Z), I zipped over to McDougle Elementary—home of the Lions! I was ready to perform in the school gym. I just had to dodge a few balls while waiting to set up.

I signed a couple of my Green Lantern books for the library and then gave two shows for two huge crowds! Of course the McDougle Lions knew how to make proper dragon roars (with all their lion roar practice).

Thanks to Mrs. Zachary for having me out. Thanks to Mrs. Dudley and Mr. Owens for the sound setup. Thanks to coaches Braziel, McFarlane, and Orrego for the use of the gym and all the help. And the biggest thanks of all goes to the Lions themselves! I hope you enjoy my books. And after you’re finished, check out some more library books while you’re at it. Mrs. Zachary has shelves of them just waiting for you!




Klein ISD – Day Two


Today I began the morning at Greenwood Forest Elementary—home of the Grizzly Bears! I gave two back-to-back shows for all the 1st through 5th graders and we brought down the cafeteria!

I was in and out quick, but it was fun meeting you and answering your questions!

Thanks to Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Schneider for all the help and the introductions. And a big thanks to all the great Grizzly Bears! Don’t forget what I said about sending me more questions!

After leaving my new friends at Greenwood Forest, I zipped over to Mittelstädt Elementary to have lunch and meet the Mittelstädt Patriots! As it turns out, my elementary school (Russell Elementary) were the Patriots, too! Don’t believe me? Check it out HERE!

Before my presentations, I got to hang out with Max, the cool library rabbit!

Thanks to Mrs. Bullen for having me out, to Mrs. Ledbetter for all the help, to Max for being all rabbity-cute-and-cuddly…and a big thanks goes to all the Mittelstädt Patriots! Get to the library and chew on a good book (as Wishbone would say), and keep Max company as he chews on a carrot stick!



Klein ISD – Day One


As part of Read Across America Week, I began my Klein ISD, 5-day, 8-school tour at Zwink Elementary—home of the Zebras! I spoke to Zwink’s around 1100 students in both the cafeteria and the library!

I met an abundance of your writers and future screenwriters and even got to see one young writer’s book-in-progress. Keep up the good work, Shawn! I also met a former Askew All-Star who saw my presentation two years earlier. Great to see you again, Lamaryah!

Thanks to Mrs. Mumme for having me out. Thanks to Mrs. Benoit for all the help. Thanks to the Wishbone fan club among the teachers for their cheers at the mention of one of my favorite past endeavors. And thanks to the Zwink Zebras themselves for starting my Klein ISD tour off with a bang!