word craft


Virtual Visits

Avi Makes Vir­tu­al Vis­its
to Class­rooms, Libraries, Book Clubs
… through­out the year
on Tues­days, between 9am and 3pm MT

Avi will spend up to an hour via Zoom, Skype, or Google Meet with your stu­dents, patrons, or book club mem­bers in grades 4 and older.

He prefers that it be no larg­er than a class­room-sized group of 30 so he can see the faces of the stu­dents who are ask­ing the ques­tions … and they can in turn see his face.

Do this once the par­tic­i­pants have read Avi’s book(s) so they can ask ques­tions about the books’ content.

Please inquire about cost, details, and date if you are inter­est­ed. We’ll work with you to set the date, as well as a con­nec­tion test­ing date before­hand. We can send you tech­ni­cal guide­lines once we know that you’d like to proceed.

“The Zoom meet­ings went very well. Avi was delight­ful. He answered every ques­tion, and the boys enjoyed meet­ing a real author. It was a great expe­ri­ence.” (Charleen Lagace, San Miguel School, Prov­i­dence, RI)

Read more com­ments from peo­ple who have already con­duct­ed vir­tu­al vis­its with Avi.

Virtual visit
Used with per­mis­sion of Shoshone News Press
Students at San Miguel School in Rhode Island
All-School Read of The Man Who Was Poe by the stu­dents at San Miguel School in Prov­i­dence, Rhode Island. They read oth­er of my books in prepa­ra­tion for a vir­tu­al visit.
Saint Margaret's School, Rumford Rhode Island
My thanks to edu­ca­tors Bethany Bes­sette and Emi­ly Cross who read Some­thing Upstairs and The True Con­fes­sions of Char­lotte Doyle with their class­es at Saint Mar­garet’s School in Rum­ford, Rhode Island.