Philanthropic Wanderlust Young Readers Edition
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A Young reader’s edition of Philanthropic Wanderlust! This book took a journey all it's own and was donated to classrooms across the nation during Danell Lynn's Guinness World Record Motorcycle ride. www.BlackTie2Blacktop.com The accompanying lesson plan workbook for classrooms and teachers to help inspire new generations of philanthropy is in process, created with input from teachers using this book as part of their curriculum.
Build a heart around reading, expand your classroom bookshelves and the lives of your students. This book not only introduces your students into thinking about giving and humanitarianism but also gives them a chance to travel around the world and experience many cultures while embracing cultural diversity right from the pages.
Educators discounts are available on all orders of classroom sets (over 10 books). To order your classroom books today email us and we will provide you the discount code / link.
Each year, a select number of lucky classrooms will be awarded a classroom set of books (from 10-35), and 1 lucky classroom will win a visit for an in classroom reading by the author, Danell Lynn.
Danell Lynn is an author and an educator. This book is a culmination of her passions -travel & learning.
She holds a Master’s in Education and has spent over 9 years in the classroom as a teacher, 2 years as a Special Education Director and 2 years working with the State Department of Education monitoring programs and data collection for submission to OSEP.
She also has taught mini-lesson and arts education around the world. Malawi, El Salvador, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba and more...Bridging cultural gaps through art
How does the classroom get selected? It is a joint effort through a classroom essay, written by the students and the teacher, explaining the interest in the book and the classroom set, why it would be meaningful and how it would impact your students.
Essays are judged by a panel of educators: certified Elementary teacher, Special Educator - Cross Cat. teacher, Educational Leadership Principal, and State Agency Department of Education-Program Support specialist.
**to be noted: before awarded / visited an official letter from the school principle must be sent in so that we know the book will be used as part of the school curriculum, and is approved by the board for use as a book within your classroom (if your district has board approval reading policies)
Submit to us through our contact page, copy and paste
your essay into the comment section.
For guidelines and essay criteria email us your interest, the Young Readers Edition avail. by Aug 2014 ready for your new year teaching and just in time for prep of classroom lesson planning.