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- The SIGN-a-long Sing-a-long (for all ages) at Towson Branch, Baltimore County Public Library (MD) July 20, 2018 at 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Towson Branch, BCPL320 York RoadTowson, Maryland 21204-5179Telephone: 410-887-6166For all ages. Teach your fingers how to sing as we explore American Sign Language through music and stories! Bring the whole family for the hands-on fun as signing (and singing) storyteller Kathy MacMillan teaches you to sign some of your favorite songs.For all ages.For more information, see…
- Little Hands Signing: Sing and Sign at the Hyattsville Library, MD (for ages birth to 8) July 30, 2018 at 10:30 am – 11:30 am PGCMLSHyattsville Branch (Temporary Location)6502 America BlvdHyattsville, MD 20782(301) 985-4690https://www.pgcmls.info/website/branch/location/HyattsvilleSing, sign, play, and learn basic American Sign Language together! Signing storyteller Kathy MacMillan is the author of NITA'S FIRST SIGNS and LITTLE HANDS SIGNING: CHILDREN AND ADULTS SIGNING TOGETHER. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. All are welcome!
- Little Hands Signing: Transportation Signs at Eldersburg Library (MD) (for ages birth to 8) August 11, 2018 at 10:00 am – 11:00 am Eldersburg Library 6400 West Hemlock Drive Eldersburg, MD 21784 410-386-4460 library.carr.org Sing, sign, play, and learn basic American Sign Language in these fun, hands-on storytimes for the whole family. Signing storyteller Kathy MacMillan is the author of NITA'S FIRST SIGNS and LITTLE HANDS SIGNING: CHILDREN AND ADULTS SIGNING TOGETHER. Children 3 and under must be…
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Category Archives: Interviews
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Linda Thompson of The Author’s Show about my debut novel, Sword and Verse, and that interview is being featured today! Click here to listen.
I’ve got a couple of new interviews to share! I was honored to be interviewed by fellow author and Sweet Sixteen admin Dee Romito for her excellent Query.Sign.Submit.Debut! series. Dee has amassed a treasure trove of information from published authors about … Continue reading
I’ve been fortunate to participate in lots of great interviews about Sword and Verse in the pas few weeks, but this is my favorite! That’s because it was conducted by Ruth Lehrer, a fellow American Sign Language interpreter and the … Continue reading
The Sword and Verse release celebration blog tour starts today! Thank you to Rockstar Book Tours for hosting the tour and to all the bloggers who will be welcoming me over the next two weeks! Here’s the schedule: Week One: … Continue reading