Fall GenParenting Book Signing Events
|Oct 1–9:30 AM||Costa Mesa, CA||Orange County Children's Book Festival - Orange County, CA||The GenParenting.com team will be selling the Yikes! twin book series and our parenting book with FREE resources.|
|Oct 8,—2:00 PM||San Rafael, CA||Copperfield's Books||Meet the author, Mary Ann Burke, at this Meet and Greet Event! FREE blog resources will be provided.|
|Oct 14—10:00 AM||Sunnyvale, CA||Bay Area Kids' Book Festival - Silicon Valley||The GenParenting.com blogging team will be selling their Yikes! twin book series and parenting book with FREE resources.|
|Oct 15—10:00 AM||Lafayette, CA||Bay Area Kids' Festival - Lafayette||The GenParenting.com blogging team will be selling their Yikes! twin book series and parenting book with FREE resources.|
|Oct 22—11:00 AM||Oakland, CA||Great Good Place for Books||Meet the author, Mary Ann Burke, at this special story time event. She will be selling her newly published Yikes! Brandon Has Twin Sisters book series with FREE blog resources.|
For more information about these events and to purchase books, log onto Amazon.com at https://www.amazon.com/Mary-Ann-Burke/e/B001H6IXXW/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0.
Mary Ann Burke, Ed.D., Digital Education Expert, is a substitute distance learning teacher for Oak Grove School District in San Jose, California and the author of STUDENT-ENGAGED ASSESSMENT: Strategies to Empower All Learners (Rowman & Littlefield: 2020). Dr. Burke creates digital language arts and substitute teaching K – 12 activities for teachers and parents. She is the Cofounder of the Genparenting.com blog. Burke is the former Director II of Categorical & Special Projects for the Santa Clara County Office of Education that supports 31 school districts serving 272,321 students in Santa Clara County. She is also a previous Director – State & Federal Compliance for Oakland Unified School District, the former Director – Grantwriter for the Compton Unified School District, and was the initial VISTA Director for the Community Partnership Coalition in southern California. Much of her work focuses on creating innovative digital trainings and partnership programs for teachers and families to support students’ learning. These programs were featured as a best practice at a National Title I Conference, California’s Title I Conferences, AERA Conferences, an ASCD Conference, the NASSP Conference, and statewide educator conferences.