Sandy Brehl visits schools, presents programs at literacy events, and facilitates workshops for both kids and adults. She currently stays “close to home” but is eager to work with your school or organization to connect via ZOOM or SKYPE, or design a visit that best fits your needs and her ability to travel.
The above note is an optimistic view of possible visits in 2021, but does not apply until the 2020 Coronovirus effects on schools and other gatherings are no longer necessary. I have led and participated in webinars and live Zoom programs extensively during this shelter-at-home year, and I welcome inquiries from groups who are interested in my books, in topics related to writing, or have Scandinavian/WWII interests.
Sandy is a retired teacher and loves spending time with young readers and writers. Programs can focus on the writing life, her process, the development of various books, or the world of publishing. She can arrange intimate classroom exchanges, all-school assemblies, or something in between. All visits will be standards-alligned, grade level-appropriate, creative and interactive, and always highly respectful of both kids and books.
A full day’s visit includes up to four programs of approximately 60 minutes each. Sponsor’s expenses include honorarium, transportation, lodging and meals. Neighboring schools can arrange to share a day and split the cost. Sandy is always happy and grateful to sign and personalize books before or after presentations.
Sandy also offers programs for adult and family groups with interest in the topics of her books, Scandinavian WWII history, or writing.
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