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ABOUT THE CAMP
Our children are the ultimate masters of storytelling. Their minds are primed for creative exploration. As a result, they pen some of the most imaginative stories we've ever heard. Let's turn those ideas loose together in our virtual picture book camp!
In this four-week online camp, children will create an imaginative 32 page picture book inspired by a story they create with the help of our guided prompts and activities. As each week progresses, these young authors will create elements that build to their final product, a children's picture book; the perfect keepsake to commemorate their camp experience.
Together we'll dissect picture books, write, refine, and illustrate a story, before holding story time together and sharing their masterpiece with other campers. Some work outside of camp will be necessary. Camp sessions meet Monday - Thursday, for 90 minutes each, and are open to rising 4th graders through graduating high school seniors.
Education happens every day, in every experience, in every action. We've built a fun, interactive, and empowering experience to help your young author create their magical story. We look forward to seeing you in camp.
Click below to sign up. Hurry, seats are limited!
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
BY DAY, C. L. Fails is the Founder & CEO of LaunchCrate Publishing - a company created to help writers launch their work into the world while retaining the portion of profit they deserve.
BY NIGHT, C. L. is the author and illustrator of the Ella Book Series, The Christmas Cookie Books, and the Raine the Brain Series. Additionally, she is an educator - certified in online learning, with 20+ years experience serving pre-school through college students in her hometown of Kansas City. Always an agent for equity, she has dedicated her career to helping others learn to follow their internal compass, and thrive despite challenge.
Outside of LaunchCrate she is an active advocate for education, serving as a current member of the Board of Directors for the Junior Achievement of Greater Kansas City, and K-State in KC Task Force, as well as Chair Emeritus of the Multicultural Alumni Council at Kansas State University and former Girls on the Run Coach.
When she’s not working on a book, you can find her doodling on whatever object may be nearby.