What tools do writers need? How do writers dream? What can writers learn from asking questions? In this workshop, children's book author Molly Burnham will inspire students to dream, wonder, and write.
MOLLY BURNHAM is the author of the Teddy Mars series, winner of the Sid Fleischman Humor Award, and the recipient of the Arizona Grand Canyon Readers Award. Molly likes things that make her laugh like comedy improv, Marcell the Shell, and fart jokes.
MATERIALS NEEDED: Paper and something to write with; your amazing, creative brain
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