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Saturday, April 21 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Elementary kid writing workshop

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The writing process includes learning to think, asking good questions, building confidence, and getting your thoughts out. Seasoned veteran author and illustrator Jeanne Styczinski will walk young authors through their beginning steps at creating stories and nurturing their talents in this hands on discussion.

The workshop is free, but has limited space. Please reserve the space with the child's name using the link below.

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UntitledTown Book and Author Festival sponsored by Breakthrough Fuel & Crystal Clear Resources celebrates all aspects of book culture. This four day festival is held in Green Bay, Wisconsin. UntitledTown Book and Author Festival will promote all aspects of book culture including publishing, the writing craft, the joys of reading and literacy and performative aspects such as paper making, public author signings and performances and poetry combined with dance. Over the course of four days, festival attendees will be able to choose from a long list of readings, discussions, panels, workshops, and other events of interest to writers and to readers held at venues in Downtown Green Bay. The vast majority of these events will be free and open to the public. In addition, there will be a book expo showcasing local, regional, and national publishers and their books.


Learn more about UntitledTown Book and Author Festival and check out the 150+ events, panels and workshops happening April 19-22nd atwww.untitledtown.org.

Speakers
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Jeanne Styczinski

Author/Illustrator, JeanneKay Publishing
As a former kindergarten teacher, I’ve read countless picture books and wrote/illustrated many stories in my classrooms. I could see the important role that children’s picture books play in students’ literacy development and how early connection with pictures books help students... Read More →


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