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Rallying American schoolchildren to declare their nation's history more interesting than previously thought.

Whether it's American Revolution history, writing workshops, or a THOMAS PAINE book talk, Sarah loves engaging with curious learners of all ages. 

Around Seattle, Sarah has taught American Revolution history in 5th-8th grade classrooms with lively presentations ranging from 1 hour to 15 sessions. She is happy to discuss tailoring a presentation to fit your needs.



“I would love to have you back every YEAR until i retire...”

"I want to thank you again for coming to our class and sharing such an interesting, interactive lesson. It was jam packed with history and fascinating facts, and I know the students learned so much that I couldn't have taught them. I would love to have you back every year until I retire from teaching, so let me know if you're available..."

— 5th grade teacher


“exciting and very fun”

— 5th grader

“you taught me that I don't have to publish a book i can just wright.” 

— 5th grader

"highly engaging"

— Elementary school librarian


March 13, 2018 - Writing workshop & author visit, 3rd grade, North Bend, WA.

March 26, 2018 - Persuasive writing workshop, 3rd-5th grades, Young Authors Celebration, Bellingham, WA.

March 29, 2018 - Book Q & A, 3rd grade, North Bend, WA. 

May 6, 2018 - Presenter, SCBWI WWA Inside Story, 3-5pm, Bellevue Library in Bellevue, WA. (Public welcome)

June 3, 2018 - Book launch for THOMAS PAINE AND THE DANGEROUS WORD, 3pm, Brick & Mortar Books in Redmond, WA. (Public welcome)

June 7, 2018 - American Revolution & book talk, 5th grade, Everett, WA.