Don’t forget that Jerry Spinelli will be in the Bookshop tomorrow, November 3, from 11am-1pm. Stop by and meet this award winning children’s book author!
Join us tomorrow, Saturday October 20th, from 11am-1pm for a book reading and signing by local author Dr. Jolene Borgese. Dr. Borgese is the author of Revision Strategies for Adolescent Writers: Moving Students in the Write Direction.
What is the difference between editing and revision? What revision strategies are you using to help your student become an independent thinker and writer?
Join Dr. Borgese for this FREE hands-on workshop, with tips and tricks about revision strategies from her book.
- The Process Approach
- Writer’s Workshop
- Frontloading Activities
- The 6 Traits of Effective Writing
- Digital Communication
- The Common Core State Standards
“Revision Strategies offers strategies and lesson ideas for helping students re-think and re-envision their drafts and in so doing produce outstanding work. The authors make the hard work of writing well something all students can accomplish. You need this book!”Carol Jago, Director, California Reading and Literature Project, UCLA and Past PresidentNational Council of Teachers of English, Urbana, IL
“This is an important reference for language arts teachers. The strategies give students concrete ways of revising, and for kids who have a hard time verbalizing or explaining their ideas, this book provides techniques for them to expand and describe what they’re talking about.” Sarah Lucci, Middle School English TeacherAllentown School District, PA
Come join us tomorrow, Saturday October 6 from 11am – 1pm, for a book signing with local author Eric Knobb Miller.
Eric is the author ofSpit Toon’s Saloon — Rincce and Spit Toon, Proprietors — Sad Songs and Funny Tales on TapandOverheard atthe Bar at Spit Toon’s Saloon.
Eric, aka Spit Toon, is a retired dentist who traded his drill for a quill to become a literary humorist.
Come on down to the Bookshop and meet Eric.
Special Invitation to a Book Signing
Saturday, January 28th, 2012 11:00 am ~ 1:00 pm
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be first among equals in a tight job market? Are you pondering what you need to do to get the next promotion, or whether you should even stay at your current job?
The answers to questions like these may be simpler than you think once you understand your power style. Join us on January 28th, when executive coach and author Maggie Craddock will be discussing the research behind her latest book, Power Genes: Understanding Your Power Persona – and How to Wield it at Work (Harvard Business Press, June 2011).
Bring your friends and enjoy an interactive presentation by Maggie Craddock.
Delight in the old world treasure and eclectic selection of books and unique gift items at the Wellington Square Bookshop
~ Light refreshments will be served ~
Wellington Square Bookshop Eagleview Town Center 541 Wellington Square ~ Exton, PA 19341
Genes: — and How to Wield It at Work
history and professional performance.
Maggie Craddock is an executive coach and author of the authentic Career: Following the Path of self-discovery to Professional Fulfillment. Prior to coaching, she received two Lipper Awards for managing the top mutual fund in its class nationwide. She is an Ackerman-certified family therapist.
“ Regardless of where you fit on the Power Grid , understanding Maggie Craddock’s insight that who you are and where you come from impact how you are perceived by others is critical to becomeing a more effective leader.”
—Brian P. Hull I Group Managing Director, USB Wealth Management Americas