International Children’s Book Day encourages reading, and promotes the love of books for children. The best and fastest way to develop our young children into intelligent human beings is by
After attending another outdoor concert last night at the Oregon Zoo it struck me that some of the attendees could use some help when it comes to outdoor concert etiquette.
Neighbors SW/Sexton Mountain 3rd Annual Neighbors Night Out Event Come meet your neighbors and local businesses while enjoying free ice cream, music, and local artists. I’ll be there to sign
The wheels are turning. There are a few schools that will be having book reading, signing events for Dino Manners and Susan Finch, but how about boutiques and independent bookstores?
Tired of the bouncy house idea for parties? Why not invite a local author? Check the SCBWI website to see if there is one near you that would be happy
Gallery Night is a fundraiser for Art Literacy at Raleigh Hills School. I’ve been invited to bring Dino Manners to share with the attendees, as well as sell as a
From Dr. Seuss to ‘Dino Manners,’ we can’t get enough kid book events. By Kristen SchottPublished: March, 2010 Wow – this week is like a kids-book bonanza. Let me tell
From the Laguna Beach Independent: Fledgling author Susan M. Finch, a former Laguna art gallery owner, and illustrator Alison Seda will read from and sign copies of their new children’s
Author Susan Finch puckers up before Officer Byrd plants a kiss They’ve been partners for 33 years, the turquoise-and-orange macaw and retired Los Angeles Police officer Michael Simonsen. Chief John
Archer Glen Elementary School in Sherwood, Oregon is welcoming Susan Finch Tuesday, March 2nd for an author visit with our Kinder – 2nd graders. Susan will be reading, Dino Manners to the