I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, and questions.
Luke Stratford really “fell” in love with your book. Luke was the kid who passed out at the Natural History Museum on Saturday. He is doing great, and wants to see you and Leeza again! He goes to Little River ES in South Riding VA in case you are ever out this way promoting your book. Thank you again for your care with our son, and we wish you the best of luck. Jeff and Jamie Stratford
I am the librarian at Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland. I just received your book Eat Your Science Homework from Junior Library Guild. It is so charming! I was thrilled to see that you live in Maryland. Do you ever do school visits?
I’d like to speak with you about the possibility of exhibiting your work and/or presenting to our conference audience at an upcoming event for Pennsylvania out of school time providers. Please email me to discuss. Thanks so much, Karen
Hi! LOVE ‘How To Eat Your Math Homework’ and am designing a webquest project re Fibonacci sequence and saw that your publisher offers an ebook version I could slip in there. If there is a quick, easy way to purchase HTEYMH ebook version please please let me know as soon as you can!
What a genius idea 🙂
Hi Kathryn, Thanks for giving me a shout out! I didn’t realize until your comment that the e-book version was not available on Amazon. I’ve contacted my publisher and will get back to you. In the meantime, please check out http://www.eatyourhomeworkbooks.com for an educator’s guide. There is a section on Fibonacci there. Also, did you see “Rabbits, Rabbits Everywhere: A Fibonacci Tale?” It’s a math fairytale based on the Pied Piper of Hamlin and Leonardo Fibonacci. Please let me know if I can help in any other way.
I am interested in buying 62 books of the Eat your Math Homework for a project we are doing in Prince William County – School Food & Nutrition Services.
I would also be interested in your other Eat your Homework books. Will you e-mail a response as soon as possible – I am working on promotions for the start of school. Thank you. Sandy Baillargeon
Hi Ann, I recently got the books for Math and Science from your “Eat Your Math Homework” series for my two daughters. We loved the idea of using fun recipes and activities to teach concepts in Science and Math. The illustration added the right element to make it a fun ride. I am an EdTech entrepreneur, cofounder of SmartyPal.com and a game developer interested in using contextual games to teach concepts or reinforce learning and wanted to connect with you as a teacher to gain some insight and your feedback. Let me know what is the best way to reach you. Looking forward to connect.
We’re delighted you’re going to be a featured author at the Chesapeake Children’s Book Festival! Please contact me asap at my email address. I’m coordinating the accommodations requests.
LOVE “Eat your math homework”! Would love to have you come and lead a professional development training for educators here in Florida. Please email me with your availability!
Hello Ayana, I’d be delighted to come. Please let me know the details of what you were thinking. 🙂
Hi Ann. It was very nice meeting you at the Gaithersburg Book Festival.
You, too, Henry. It was a wet, but great experience. Hope you got back to CA safely!
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