A.H. Taylor is an Atlanta-based author/illustrator...His picture book The Color Machine is his bold debut into diversifying children's picture books. The knack he has for piecing together clever, rollicking rhymes, will leave the adults and children wanting to read this book over and over again.
Let's join together our individuality, with wit and humor, to overcome our differences and embrace what makes us all the same. His flair for calling the youth to action, with his high energy and interactive presentations will have you laughing, thinking and embracing your community for the better.
A.H. Taylor is currently available to visit schools, libraries, and other organizations to read books, discuss and speak on reading/literacy, and promote the importance of positive thinking.
By hosting this inclusive, interactive visit you will form a life-long connection between your students and the amazing power of WORDS!
(20-30 minute presentation, followed by a question and answer session)
Righting for a Reason: Utilizing your "voice" to make a difference.
The Story of Your Life: Observing YOUR world to tell YOUR tale.
Tone: Finding that "Special" you!
The Power of Words: How words shape and mold our lives.
Color Your World: A "call-to-action" for all in attendance.
Family Literacy Nights
Scheduling a family evening event the night of an author visit is a great way to involve parents and support children’s reading.
A.H. likes to begin the evening with the principal and librarian or parent-volunteer reading of The Color Machine, and then he follows with a short, participatory presentation for all ages.
If desired, he can arrange for a fun, family-friendly writing activity around The Color Machine, while he signs books or refreshments are served.
Conferences & Festivals
A.H. would love to attend your conference or festival. He can tailor his presentations to fit either 30 to 60 minute sessions.
A.H. would be delighted to drop-in for a FREE 20-minute virtual Skype visit and Q&A with book groups, school classes, and library groups that have read The Color Machine. Request a visit.
Click here to inquire about a school visit.