Have you read President Bush’s book, “All the Best?” Do you have an interest in letters and the impact they have on values? Barbara Hailey, renowned storyteller, author and playwright will be presenting “Letters and the Power of Values,” based on President Bush’s book, “All the Best” on Nov. 7 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.
This interactive presentation for fourth through eighth graders will explore how the strength one has inside fuels the will to keep going, even through the tough times in life. Hailey will also touch on the relationship between character and the pursuit of dreams. Pulling from President Bush’s book, “All the Best,” Hailey gives examples of how relying on the strength of his disposition and his personal ideologies guided him on the road to conquering his goals. Hailey will also draw parallels from her own book, “The Wizard of Oz is in You!” This presentation by Hailey will highlight the power of writing as she emphasizes the impact composing one’s thoughts and especially personal correspondence has on learning and building relationships.
On the day of the event, Nov. 7, there will be two available times to attend this event, either at 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The presentation is free for all, and make sure to ask about bus reimbursement options. It is hosted by George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Education Department and will be held at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. If teachers are not able to take their students to the event but would still like to view they program, visit www.connect2texas.net.
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