Kim has presented for the American Library Association at their Washington, D.C. Conference.
She has also been a keynote speaker/workshop presenter at numerous paraprofessional conferences, library in service days, and library director meetings. Kim loves working with staff and volunteers, helping them learn how to deal with each other as well as how to handle customers (and other daily headaches).
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Flying sleds, banana seat bikes, big brothers, wet smelly dogs and ice cream trucks. These are just a few of the fun things Kim talks and sings about in her shows.
At least that is what the kids will hear. What you will hear are lessons on bullying, growing up, sharing, getting physically fit, exploring your imagination and more. Kim tucks valuable lessons into her stories and songs using music and the spoken word to sweeten the moment.
Kim will customize her stories and songs to help you with your SOL needs, classroom issues or your current library theme, all while entertaining your students. Stories and songs literally spark portions of the brain that help kids connect and remember facts and fundamentals!
Programs are offered for grades 1-12 while specializing in grades 3-7. Kim provides a discount for multiple schools or compete library systems. She has performed in hundreds of schools and libraries and has reached over 42,000 children with her programming. Kim mainly does solo shows but also offers assemblies and programs featuring other musicians. Prior to being a career storyteller, Kim used applied storytelling for 18 years in her work with youth and at risk youth.
Let's Go Sledding