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2021 Global Read Webinar Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Angela Williams
26:00
Oh neat, Heather! Come on to C-U for a visit!
Colleen McCoy
27:49
This video is amazing! :-D
Emma Harver
28:11
**I can handle a LOT of garlic ;)
Heather Brougham-Cook
28:16
Heading there April
Danny Ramadan
31:39
The dish is called Foul Shami, which translated to Damascene Beans.
ALICIA VILA-GEIS
39:08
Is the book translated into French? Would love to read it to my French class at elementary school
Francisca Sanchez
39:50
Is there an Arabic version of the book?
Susan Douglass
40:22
So different from Egyptian foul (Fava bean salad)!
Francisca Sanchez
41:14
Danny: Do you ever visit schools to share your book and demonstrate how to make foul sham shami? If so, how can we contact you?
Pat Austin
54:56
I noted much metaphoric language. Was that choice an influence of Arabic?
Heather Brougham-Cook
01:04:28
Thank you Danny, I have to leave but really enjoyed listening! Thank you everyone.
Laura Ellis
01:08:50
I am a librarian
Angela King
01:08:55
I'm a university adjunct for pre-student teachers, k-8.
Catherine Quinlan
01:09:03
University professor
Rebecca Tait
01:09:16
A homeschool parent.
Pat Austin
01:09:17
Can you speak to the ending?
Colleen McCoy
01:09:18
Danny, what is something that would surprise us about the process of writing and publishing a children's book? Any behind the scenes details? :-)
Traci James
01:09:22
Teacher
Catherine Quinlan
01:09:24
For pre K-12 teachers
Emily wang
01:09:26
Substitute Teacher for K-12
Pat Austin
01:10:32
I was curious about literally, the last page: “That dream goes on all night long.”
Angela King
01:12:58
I'd love to see bilingual versions of the book. Who do we need to talk to so that happens?
Laura Ellis
01:14:33
I love bilingual books for our ESOL students and have used them with success. I wish we have books in more languages. We have teachers who read those languages to evaluate the books so they can be approved before we can purchase them and that's where we have a problem. Not enough certified teachers who speak different languages.
Colleen McCoy
01:16:08
Wow, incredible Re: drafts, thanks for sharing with us!
Laura Ellis
01:16:18
Children's books also have to be written in a way for emerging readers.
Angela King
01:17:28
Thank you!
Donna Merlau
01:17:44
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Donna Merlau
01:17:53
Thank you!
Pat Austin
01:20:15
Thanks so much!
Tanja Aldridge
01:20:20
Thank you!!!
ALICIA VILA-GEIS
01:20:23
Thank you!
Colleen McCoy
01:20:29
So COOL to hear about this personal framing touch!
Rebecca Tait
01:21:16
Thank you.
Samira Hussein
01:21:18
Thank you
Angela Williams
01:21:19
Thank you, Everyone!
Traci James
01:21:20
Thank you!