Best Selling Author Lucy Tries Sports Series. Writers Union of Canada Member, Award Winning Sports Journalist, Physical Education Graduate. Presenter Rogers Hometown Hockey.
K to 4 – $350+ GST per presentation. Virtual only.
Zoom * Google Meets * Teams * WebexAll classes must be from the same school.No recordings please.
Interactive presentations that inspire perseverance, physical activity & reading literacy. The “Lucy Tries” series is diverse, inclusive and supports accepted principles of healthy child development.
With an extensive speaking background, Lisa is a dynamic and enthusiastic presenter. Lisa engages early readers about the importance of being active through her best selling picture book series Lucy Tries Sports.
There will be something to do, see and learn from the visit which reinforces health and wellness, art and reading literacy curricula.
A short Q and A is available at the end of the presentation.
Ms. Bowes offers an exceptional interactive virtual experience. Her presentation was professional and relevant with a positive message of inclusion and diversity. She has a seemingly natural ability to engage the learners on their level. It was a fun and informative experience.” – Andrew Ardley, Gr 3 Teacher Ocean View Elementary
“One of my teachers said it was the best author reading she has seen in quite some time. This teacher has a very energetic class and they were all captured by your presentation.”– Dana Cormier, Vice-Principal Shamrock School
It was fast-paced and interactive. The messages in the books aligned with the culture we are building in our class that focuses on the idea you can do anything if you just try! You’ve inspired another generation of young writers! –Julie Last, Gr 2 Teacher Cedar Hollow
This was AWESOME! Students were making connections, many had ideas of what they wanted Lucy to try. I’m going to have them put their artwork into their Visual Journals. Thank you, it was really informative and inspiring! – Lyndsi Irwin, Teacher Dr. Morris Gibson
Goal: To inspire students to be active and persevere through reading.
Key message: Let’s Move and Read!