Auction #105: Author Visit Via Skype – One Hour from Debbie A. Taylor
Description: Author Visit Via Skype
1) From Idea to Picture Book (reading, writing and revision)
2) Writing “Sweet Music in Harlem” (writing, revision and publication)
3) Writing Historical Fiction (writing, revision and research)
Audiences: elementary – high school (classroom)
general or multi-age audiences (public libraries and museums)
Available Times: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 2:00 (September – June)
Estimated Value: $100 times 2 winners
Buy It Now: $50
Auction Begins: Thursday 4/7 @ 9:00AM EDT
Auction Ends: Tuesday 4/12 @ 9:00AM EDT
Bio: Debbie A. Taylor is a picture book author and magazine writer. She holds degrees from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University and Ohio Dominican College. Her short stories have been published in children’s literary magazines including Spider, Cricket, Pockets and New Moon Magazine. Taylor is committed to a number of national, regional and local literacy projects. Her first book, SWEET MUSIC IN HARLEM, published by Lee and Low Books in 2004 received a number of honors and awards.
Author Debbie A. Taylor’s Website: http://sweetmusicinharlem.weebly.com/index.html
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