Indie Storytime: May 17, University Bookstore in Seattle
11-11:30: I'll be reading from THE DINOSAUR TOOTH FAIRY and FINDING BIGFOOT. Come for stickers, coloring pages, and a chance to touch some real dinosaur teeth (and poop).
Schedule a school or Skype visit
Martha has worked as a journalist, a web producer, a game-content creator, and as a high school teacher. Her students published in The New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, Encarta, MSN Entertainment, and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
She not only loves working with students, she knows that they're capable of writing as well--if not better--than adults. This is one of the many reasons she writes for children and teens, and she would love to come visit your classroom to talk about her books, her life as a writer, and how students who are interested in such things can become writers themselves.
Oh, and bonus for teachers: She also founded National Grammar Day and SPOGG.org, the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar, and can talk entertainingly about language for teens and why caring about the small things makes a big difference on the page and off.
She's available via Skype and in-person. Send e-mail to martha AT marthabee.com, or visit OnlineAuthorVisits.com for more information.