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School visits & contact info


Include lots of visuals, activities, and Q & A

Grade level: K-12

Session length: 30 min (K) - 50 min (G12)

Audience size: any


For information regarding fees, scheduling, and any other questions, please contact Caroline Hatton by using the contact form below or by e-mailing her at info[at]carolinehattonauthor[dot]com.

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Shirley Ritter
Coordinator, Author's Week
Pennekamp Elementary
Manhattan Beach, CA

Dr. Robin Poe
R.J. Frank Intermediate School
Oxnard, CA

Students following Caroline in a parade to music for the Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Tet Trung Thu, like the kids in her book, Surprise Moon.

"A huge hit with our 7th-graders and adults."
Carol Holzgrafe
AAUW California's Tech Trek Math/Science Camp for Girls
Stanford University

"Thought-provoking: relevant to students, staff, and parents."
Lydia Smith Davis
Huntington Beach High School, CA

Caroline leading a science camp discussion of The Night Olympic Team 

- photo by Lauréline Delacotte

Caroline visiting with students at Jackie Robinson Academy, Long Beach, California - photo by Pam Oehlman

"Ms. Hatton has a gift, not only for words and science, but for speaking and listening to children on a personal, one-on-one basis. [She] truly cares about kids and they sense it. From her commitment to children, to getting her own words "just right," to her punctuality and thoughtfulness, she is THE REAL DEAL."

Janet Barker
Student Writer's Conference Director
Alta Vista Elementary School
Redondo Beach, CA

"She speaks about reading and writing with intelligence, warmth and humor, and from a wealth of experiences. The teachers appreciate her sensitivity and responsiveness to the students' interests at each grade level."
Dr. Gay Toltl Kinman
Co-coordinator, Authors Festival
Alhambra, CA

"Delightful presentation . . . Our children were captivated."
Cheryl Lewis
Book Fair Chair
Norma Coombs Alternative School
Pasadena, CA

Caroline reading Where Is My Puppy? to students at L'école aujourd'hui, Paris - photo by Bill Hatton

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