On this episode of The Super Boomer Lifestyle Caren and Alva Sachs talk about why it takes a village in today’s world!
They cover the following topics:
- You have 5 award winning children’s books! How did you decide to write for children?
- You are helping to build home libraries. What are they and how do they work?
- Why do you say it takes a village?
- You say children are the eyes to the future. Let’s discuss that.
- What does serendipity mean to you? I know that’s your tagline.
Alva is a former elementary school teacher of 16 years and holds a Master’s of Education degree, she has written 5 award winning children’s picture books along with her illustrator, Patricia Krebs. As a Board Member of Angels of the Arts, Alva helps Title 1 schools to participate in live theatre performances, music, and art appreciation. Lastly, but most importantly, she has been associated with Reading Is Fundamental of Southern California for over 10 years, and President for the past 5 years to help build home libraries for Title 1 schools, under-served areas, and pre-schools in Los Angeles and Orange County.
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MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Other Books by Alva Sachs
Circus Fever by Alva Sachs, Marcie Gilbert, et al
Dancing Dreidels by Alva Sachs and Patricia Krebs
Dear Master Dragon by Alva Sachs and Patricia Krebs
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! By Alva Sachs and Patricia Krebs
Super Boomer Pick of the Week mentioned on the show:
I’m 5 by Alva Sachs, Cheri Dellelo, et al
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