SCHOOL VISITS

 Image courtesy of King5 TV

Image courtesy of King5 TV

DETAILS FOR SCHOOL VISITS

SCHOOL VISITS

UPDATE -- Asia has a few spaces left for spring 2019 visits, but is limiting them to schools who have done all-school or all-grade reads of one or more of her books.

As a former classroom teacher, Asia strives to present an engaging and grade-level-appropriate presentation that gets kids excited about writing.  In her 45-minute presentation (with some time for Q and A) she covers her writing process for both non-fiction and fiction, speaks about the importance of curiosity and exploration, and gets students inspired about reading and writing!

Speaking fee*:  $400 per presentation

$700 for a half-day with 2 presentations

$1300 for a full day with 4 presentations or $1100 for a full day with 3 presentations

If you are a school within 30 minutes of Seattle, WA, travel is included in the speaking fee.  Visits to schools that are farther away, especially those that would require a plane flight and hotel stay, will include additional fees to cover travel, lodging, and food expenses.  Feel free to contact Asia for more information or for a quote.

Asia's books can be provided through a local bookstore or through a direct arrangement with The Innovation Press.

*Scholarship applications are available for Title 1 Schools.  If you are a teacher-librarian at a Title 1 School that would like to have Asia come speak, please fill out the scholarship application here.  Please note that travel fees will still apply if your school is not within 30 minutes of Seattle.

VIRTUAL VISITS

Asia has a limited number of Skype slots available.  Priority will be given to schools in states where Zoey and Sassafras has been nominated for a young reader book award.

Asia also offers a free 20 minute Skype Q-and-A option, schedule permitting.  Asia does not prepare a presentation for the 20 minutes; instead this is a forum for students to have their questions answered.  To ensure a successful Skype session, we recommend having students prepare questions ahead of time.