To invite Pat to speak at your event or to offer a workshop,
Pat Presents: Zing: Creativity, Inclusivity, Bookjoy
A literacy advocate who loves to share bookjoy, Pat keynotes conferences and offers workshops on literacy, creativity, leadership, the writing process and serving diverse populations. Pat speaks on these popular themes to educators, librarians, college students, and K-12 students:
Praise Songs: Readings
Pat reads from and discusses her poetry and nonfiction for adults.
A partner in meeting your event goals, Pat shares a PowerPoint program that includes information about her life and her journey as an author. She reads from her award-winning books for children, teens and adults, and welcomes a Q&A session. In speaking to educators, she affirms their importance and motivates them to connect their educational journey with that of their diverse students. Her programs for Students: 2nd to 12th grade, designed to motivate students to be readers and writers, include a more interactive PowerPoint, an audience-appropriate presentation that can be in English, Spanish or bilingual.
A literacy advocate who loves to share bookjoy, Pat also enjoys readings of her poetry and nonfiction for adults.
To invite Pat to speak about her books for adults:
To invite Pat for a University Reading/Lecture, please contact:
Bobbie Combs, email@example.com.
To invite Pat to speak about her books for young adults:
To invite Pat to do a YA Conference or High School Presentation, please contact:
- Lisa McClatchy, Random House, Liske@aol.com. Random House can also be reached at Author & Illustrator Appearances, a site with excellent suggestions for planning an author visit.
To invite Pat to speak about her children’s books:
To invite Pat to speak at a Children’s Literature Conference, offer a Workshop, or participate in a School Visit, please contact one of the following:
Hannah Ehrlich, Lee & Low Books, 212-779-4400, ext. 29, firstname.lastname@example.org.
HarperCollins Children’s Books, email@example.com.