Sue Agauas loves connecting with people of all ages to share her passion for writing and creativity.
As a former grade school teacher, Sue loves visiting school age children to share her books, engage in fun conversations, and to provide fun activities for students.
Sue loves sharing her passion for reading and writing. She encourages students to be creative, to refine their ideas, and to understand writing concepts that can then be applied to their school lessons.
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL VISIT
March, 2022 Sue visited school children in grades kindergarten through fifth grade to celebrate March is Reading Month. She read her books to the students, each grade experiencing a unique excerpt, and then proceeded to discuss writing with the students to explore creativity, developing and refining ideas, and understanding the difference between fiction and nonfiction.
We loved the costume changes and the enthusiastic voice! We want to hear more!
– Second Grade Teacher
Sue’s presentation was amazing and very engaging for the students! I am looking forward to reading A Home for Evert myself. Thank you!
– Dana Haigh, Second Grade Teacher
Sue’s school visit was fun and engaging! The kids loved the outfits and the enthusiasm.
– Hunt, Third Grade Teacher
I loved how excited Sue was about being an author and how she shared her story creation and writing process.
— Kindergarten Teacher
The kids loved the costume changes during the reading of Grandma’s Sock Drawer and learning about the writing process.
– Third Grade Teacher
Very engaging! So creative. Loved the props!
– Qandah, Third Grade Teacher
She really connected what she does as an author to both real life and to the students’ experience.
– Kindergarten Teacher
Meet the author! Sue is available for book signings at local venues including book stores. Sue’s books offer inspiration for readers of many ages.
Author Fairs provide a great way for people to find exciting adventures through new books. Sue is available for both virtual and in-person events.
ROCHESTER AUTHOR FAIR
November, 2020 This annual event was created to embrace the way libraries inspire reading by connecting writers and readers within the community. The second annual Rochester Author Fair was produced by the Rochester Hills Public Library and Rochester Writers in Rochester, Michigan. Nearly thirty local authors were featured in recorded interviews that featured a Q&A with the selected authors. View Sue’s interview here.