During the COVID-19 pandemic, when our amazing
presenters can’t visit kids in person, we’ve launched a virtual storytelling series. Kids and families join CLiF’s talented authors, poets, and storytellers to hear their inspiring work each week. Tune in on Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. EST for storytime! See the upcoming line-up and sign up here.
The winter series began January 6; see all the presentations below.
Terry Farish shares Joseph’s Big Ride and inspires us to get curious!
Author/illustrator Gina Perry shares her book and guides through drawing ourselves as cats!
Jim Arnosky talks about his art, music, and books.
Linda Urban shares her picture books and how she writes about the small but big things.
Nature writer Steve Swinburne talks about non-fiction writing
Cartoonist Marek Bennett talks about cartoons, comics, and graphic novels.
Author Chris Tebbetts shares his stories
Author J.L. McCreedy of the Liberty Frye trilogy talks about her travels and her books
Author Rebecca Rupp shares how she researches and creates books
Poet Geof Hewitt presents poems to students both in class and at home
Author/illustrator Sarah Dillard shares how she creates her work
Award-winning author/illustrator Jason Chin shares how he made his latest book
Journalist-turned-author Sandra Neil Wallace shares her inspiration
Author/storyteller Marv Klassen-Landis tells classic folk stories
Author Eric Pinder tells stories
Author/illustrator Ashley Wolff shares her stories
Poet Matt Forest Essenwine shares his poetry
Farmers John & Jennifer Churchman share stories, featuring some of the animals that inspired their books!
Author Christy Mihaly reads her books
Author/photographer/adventurer Jan Reynolds shares her new book, Loving Kindness
Storyteller extraordinaire Simon Brooks tells his twists on folk and fairy tales
Duncan shares a story
61% of low-income families have no children’s books at home.
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