Elementary School Author Visits or Career Day Workshops by Children’s Book Author Lisa Caprelli
Elementary school author visits are engaging for children and welcomed by librarians, principals and counselors.
Elementary school author visits by Lisa Caprelli – who is a Southern California based author of 12 books, leading with children’s books genre, Unicorn Jazz, a series with activity and curriculum guides including zoo field trip guides for teachers, home school parents, librarians and educators.
She is available for school author visits, career day, writing and story workshops and more!
Social Emotional Learning for kids in the classroom is encouraged by teachers, counselors and school librarians in elementary schools. With Unicorn Jazz, children will enjoy learning about the importance of friendship, being unique, the power of believing in others and more.
Available for author visit with sing-a-long or career day!
Unicorn Jazz moves to a new land with zoo animals such as horses, giraffes, geckos, and a crow named Woof! She discovers how difficult it can be to make new friends. Her mother teaches Unicorn Jazz to celebrate her uniqueness. She meets a friend who helps her realize her talent, named “Woof the Crow.” There are various lessons heard in this book that children can relate to.
Having presented at several elementary schools, doing Elementary school author visits, the overall feedback from librarians, teachers and principals has been positive!
As an educator, I found the underlying theme of “Unicorn Jazz,” relatable and should be taught in elementary school about finding the beauty in being unique. We all need a mentor or teacher like Crow to point out that being different has tangible advantages. -Mrs. Varela, Librarian
Author Caprelli shares the working of her creative mind and joyfully brings readers into the colorful, happy and empowering world of ‘Unicorn Jazz’ – children’s unicorn books. Her heart is evident in every page and the take-away message of kindness, acceptance and celebrating our uniqueness is presented in a way that adults can model and teach, and children can engage and listen. In my practice with families, I have seen how necessary compassion, acceptance and self-pride development are to building a healthy sense of self-esteem and self-worth, finding a sense of safety in self and others, and using this strong foundation to explore relationships and the world around them. -Dr. Stacey Zlotnick
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“Unicorn Jazz represents the importance of family and friends with a focus on finding strength in being unique. It covers social emotional learning which is important for children and the classrooms.” ~Suzanne Funk B.E.D., M. Ed.
About Lisa Caprelli