Free Virtual Visits Available for a Limited Time!
Free Virtual Visit Details:
Offer open to any class/combined classes, library, bookclub or other organization.
Pre-orders must be purchased by March 1, 2021.
Proof of purchase can be provided until April 1st. Proof can be in the form of receipts or simply a confirmation from your trusty local bookseller that your organization made these purchases.
Visits must be reserved at least 2 days in advance.
Need help creating an order form for preorders? Contact your local independent bookstore or one of these partner bookstores:
Have questions? Use the Contact form to reach out to Katey directly.
*Please have your meeting link ready when you reserve your visit.*
Recordings may only be used for classroom use and may not be posted/shared publicly. Recordings of visits must be deleted after 14 days.
Author Visit Information:
Katey is more than happy to work with you to organize virtual visits, whether to a single classroom, an entire school, a library, community center or club. She is well versed in utilizing recorded video, video call/meeting tools, and Flipgrid to interact with and inspire students and teachers alike! Now scheduling Spring 2021 and the 2021-2022 school year.
Bring a Maker Mindset to your school or group!
Katey Howes is an author, maker, and mother of three ravenous readers. She is happy to work with you to tailor visit length, format, and content to address the needs and interests of your organization. Whether it’s a handful or a school full, Katey uses her own books and as well as her knowledge of writing, STEAM topics, autonomy and consent and childhood development to engage and entertain. Her love of children, literature, creativity and language shines in every session.
Rissy No Kissies: Learn about autonomy, boundaries, and consent. Discuss writing techniques including rhyme, repetition and variation. Share the many ways we show affection. Practice SEL skills.
We Are Makers: Katey's signature theme. Help students build an innovative and creative mindset. Recognize our skills and desires to make, write, and create!
Elements of Storytelling: explore setting, plot, character and more.
How a Book is Made: from idea to bookshelf.
Perfectly Imperfect: appreciating differences and growing from mistakes.
Classroom sessions for Pre-K through 6th grades
Assemblies for Pre-K through 6th grade
Writing workshops for children, teens, or adults
Virtual visits (single or series)