Evening for Educators at Mrs. Dalloway’s

Thursday Oct 11 2018   6:00 PM
Mrs. Dalloway's  2904 College Ave, Berkeley, CA  map

You are invited to join us for a special Evening for Educators celebrating nonfiction books, reading, and you. Mrs. Dalloway’s has created a fun-filled, information-packed evening just for elementary school educators, grades K-5.
Eavesdropping on Elephants
By Patricia Newman
Boats on the Bay
by Jeanne Walker Harvey 
Water Land: Land and Water Forms Around the World
by Christy Hale 
Crow Smarts
by Pamela S. Turner 
  • SEVEN non-fiction authors will present their books–each author will pair her book(s) with a fiction book.
  • Mrs. Dalloway’s kids’ specialists will preview our favorite fall releases.
  • Learn about our educator benefits and partnership opportunities. 
  • Connect with local authors to arrange school visits.
  • Mingle and make new friends.
Ode to an Onion
by Alexandria Giardino 
She Made a Monster: How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein
by Lynn Fulton 
Biddy Mason Speaks Up
by Arisa White and Laura Atkins
We offer a 20% discount to educators for any books used in the classroom.
Giveaways! Amazing door prizes! Light refreshments and wine!
Bring your educator friends!
Event is free but please register here:
Laura Atkins

Laura Atkins is an author, teacher, and independent children’s book editor with over twenty years of editorial experience. She worked at Children’s Book Press, Orchard Books, and Lee and Low Books, helping to produce winners of the Coretta Scott King Award and American Library Association Notable Book selections, among others. She taught creative writing at the National Centre for Research in Children’s Literature (NCRCL) in London, where she also received her M.A. in children’s literature, and she completed her M.F.A. in writing for children and young adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2016. In addition to cowriting Fred Korematsu Speaks UpLaura is the author of the lighthearted picture book Sled Dog Dachshund (Minted Prose Press). Passionate about diversity and equity in children’s books, Laura is based in Berkeley, California, where she lives with her daughter. Find out more at www.lauraatkins.com.