Jennifer Alvarez : Creative Writing for Kids
Where do authors get their ideas? How do questions become stories? In this fun interactive workshop, children will learn how to turn their own questions and ideas into exciting tales. Elements of the writers' craft will be explored, including plot, narrative tension, and world building. Come prepared to write!
Jennifer Lynn Alvarez received a degree in English literature from UC Berkeley. She is an active horsewoman, a volunteer for U.S. Pony Club, and a proud mother of three children.When writing her Guardian Herd series, Jennifer draws on her lifelong love of horses and animals. The series includes her first four books: Starfire, Stormbound, Landfall, and Windborn. She lives on a small ranch with her husband, children, and more than her fair share of pets. Follow Jennifer on Twitter @JenniferDiaries or on Instagram @jennifer_lynn_alvarez. And to learn more about the Guardian Herd series and find games, quizzes, fan forums, and more, please visit theguardianherd.com
About The Science Speaker Series
The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County is excited to announce S³ (pronounced S cubed), our Science Speaker Series for young scientists.
Children 10 and older and their families are invited to the Children's Museum every THIRD Thursday evening of the month. Scientists working in many exciting fields will be on hand to talk about their work and answer questions. Every month brings a new topic. Join us for fun evenings of learning about topics like Chemistry, explosions, Making and MORE!