)

adderall online

Archive for June, 2017

Wed
Jun
28

First Summer Library Visit



 

 
Today I enjoyed my first summer library visit at the Cozby Library in Coppell, TX. Not only did I have a great time and meet tons of wonderful people, but I also got to get silly in their newly-renovated facility. If you’re in the area, I recomend checking it out. Very cool!
 

 
Note the rare photo of my show’s flying fish. This thing is harder to document than Bigfoot! See? Silliness.
 

 
Thanks to Mrs. Williams for having me out. Thanks to special library helpers: Anika, Megan, and Ria for help setting up. Also thanks to Ms. Gloria and Ms. Betsy for their help, too. Thanks to Mrs. Meehan for taking pictures. And a big thanks to everyone who came out today. Keep up with that summer reading!
 

 

 

Thu
Jun
8

Last Stop: San Antonio



 

 
Today I spent the last author visit of the school year at the very cool Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children. I’ll admit I was a little unsure when I was first booked. I’ve worn special microphones and had someone signing beside me in past school visits, but I had never visited an entire school for deaf children. It turns out that I had nothing to worry about! I think that those of us who don’t touch that world have little idea of the advancements of various sorts of hearing aids and implants. I simply wore a microphone that was synced to the students’ devices and performed my show as usual.
 

 
We had three great shows and I met a bunch of amazing kids. We paused for some photo ops and I even got a tour of the school. I signed a few books for the school library, and I even signed some other stuff for a little surprise Mrs. Leal has been working up.
 

 
Thanks to Mrs. Leal for inviting me—great to finally meet you after such a long run of email tag. Thanks too for the wonderful gift bag–very generous! Thanks to Ms. Mindy for the technical support. And a big thanks to all the fine students at Sunshine Cottage. I’ve highlighted the school’s name both times because I recommend clicking it and visiting their website. It’s very enlightening. I think I learned more during my visit today than the students. Great way to end the school year!