Virtual Classroom Visits
New Online Programming: Storytelling Goes Digital!
-- “Awakening the Imagination: My Life as a Writer” Interactive Author Visit
-- "Discovering the Natural-Born Writer: My Four Writing Secrets” Writing Workshop
-- “Living History: Early Lifeways from Frontier and Indian Culture” Traditional Stories and Primitive Living Skills
What Teachers Say:
Robin Moore’s virtual visit was a terrific addition to our social studies curriculum this year! He provided valuable information about Native American history and culture and shared authentic artifacts with the students. His storytelling was engaging and interactive, even through a computer screen; students remained attentive throughout the presentation and had fun incorporating movement and callbacks throughout his delightful tales. While we miss the excitement of having Mr. Moore physically present to build a tipi with our students, this virtual visit was the perfect option to enhance our studies this year.
Heather O’Connor, 3rd Grade Teacher
New Eagle Elementary School
I first met Robin many years ago when we hired him to do a school-wide assembly. At the time I was amazed at his storytelling prowess and his ability to paint pictures from his mind's eye, drawing all of us into the world of his imagination. Since that initial assembly, Robin has come into my classroom numerous times to tell stories, talk about his life as a writer and engage my students in conversations about his books. When it became clear that we would be online this school year, Robin and I planned a Zoom appearance that would closely model the feel and excitement of his live visits. He brought the same enthusiasm to this setting and the kids are still eagerly reminiscing about Robin's visit. He is a master of his craft and I would highly recommend having Robin join any classroom, or wider school setting, for an engaging session for all ages.
Will Starr, 3rd and 4th Grade Teacher
Plymouth Meeting Friends School
Plymouth Meeting, PA
Working with Robin Moore, as I have for the past twelve years, has always been a true pleasure, and his virtual storytelling sessions are nothing short of magical. Mr. Moore has a true talent for bringing history to life and making learning exciting for students of all ages.
Tara Kramer, Middle School Teacher
DuBois Central Catholic School
Robin has been working with our school for many years, coming in to share stories, crafts, and traditions of the Lenape people with our students. His expertise fits perfectly with our unit on Native American people and is something we look forward to year after year. This year, we were unsure if Robin's visit would be possible due to the pandemic, but he was able to work with us on coordinating a virtual experience. When he shared his stories via Zoom, the students were just as engaged as they would have been if we heard them in person. He shared some of his handmade tools, crafts, and clothing as well, and the students were so excited to learn more about Robin's creating process. We would definitely recommend this virtual "field trip"!
Taylor Salvitti and Joe Dubb, Third Grade Teachers
Friends Central School
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In 1971, after serving as a combat soldier with the U.S. Army in Vietnam, I used my G.I. Bill benefits to enroll as a journalism student at Penn State University. I graduated with a B.A. in Journalism and worked as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor until 1981, when I began my career as a children’s book author. I created Groundhog Press, a small independent publishing house and self-published my first book, The Bread Sister of Sinking Creek, a historical fiction novel for children about life on the Pennsylvania frontier. A year later, I sold the book to HarperCollins and began a long and successful career as a children’s book author published by HarperCollins, Random House and Simon & Schuster—Three of the five largest publishers in the world. Along the way, I also produced written and recorded projects through my own independent publishing house. I have published more than twenty books using this combination of mainstream and independent publishing. In 2002, I completed an M.A. in Writing and Oral Traditions with the Graduate Institute and have served on the faculty of the graduate school writing program ever since. I am Director of The Graduate Institute Publishing Center, which provides the faculty and students with the tools to create and publish books in both print and digital form before a world-wide readership. For the last eight years, I have offered the same guidance and expertise to non-academic authors who wish to publish their books in the new era of self-publishing.
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Doylestown, PA 18901
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Robin helped me to publish my first book, A Sweet Life: Seven Unexpected Blessings of Living with Diabetes. Robin’s caring, sensitive and expert publishing skills were with me every step of the way. Also, Robin was right when he told me that the excitement generated by the creative process of making a book is contagious; after you finish your first book, you want to do more. As soon as we completed my memoir, we started working on my second publishing project, a picture book with beautiful full-color illustrations by a talented artist.
With Robin’s help, I have now published my first full-color picture book. The illustrations by Gabriel Anderson turned out beautifully!
Environmental Educator and Published Author
Robin Moore is an expert at self-publishing books and was instrumental in the successful production and publication of my book, MAXed OUT: Portland Transit Poems. I had never self-published a book before and he walked me through all of the steps like the pro that he is. He really understands Amazon's KDP book publishing system and was able to get my manuscript through the sometimes confusing and complicated process. He also was able to draw from his many contacts in the publishing world and I was able to utilize a superb editor and book designer he recommended.
He's kind, patient, knowledgeable and knew how to work through any issues that arose. As an experienced self-published author of many print and ebooks himself, he understands the position of an author and how much our writing means to us. I continue to work with Robin on other writing projects and his experience and professionalism shine through. I highly recommend his services for anyone self-publishing a book.
Thanks to Robin Moore and his staff for helping to make the publication of my memoir, Pennsylvania
Robin not only urged me to write my first book, From Being to Becoming: Living an Authentic and Meaningful Life, but found a top-notch copy editor to work on the manuscript. Robin also connected me with a skillful book designer, who did the layout and cover design. He oversaw all of these steps and walked me through the publishing process to showcase the book on Amazon. I couldn’t have done this without his commitment and dedication to working with new authors.
Jim Trifone, Ph.D.
| Robin Moore has been a beacon of hope with his dedication and patience during the editing and
publishing of A Naturopathic Doctor’s Guide to Wellness for Immune Support: Using the Six
Principles of Naturopathic Medicine to Protect and Promote Your Family’s Health and Well-
Being. I originally planned to disseminate this information in a newsletter but in the process of
these publishing consultations, I was easily able to offer this timely and important information to
the public as a self-published book during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Dr. Artemis Morris
Transforming my Master’s thesis into my book, The Two-Digit Revolution: Enhancing Writing Fluency, Reading Readiness and Cognitive Development Through Cursive Handwriting Instruction, required an understanding of a sequence that involved publisher contracts, accounting systems for payments and royalties, coordination for editing and cover design, plus record-keeping for taxes. Robin’s guidance led me away from pitfalls that would have been costly. Having access to expertise in publishing is a good thing but having the know-how, with a calm management mindset, is invaluable to one who needs direction in navigating the publishing processes. Most of all, I credit Robin’s dedication to the quality of my work with those critical words and sequence in my Prologue that effectively “rolls-out” the intent of my story, not unlike the stage curtains that pull apart to reveal an opening set of a play. If you are considering seeing your name on a book cover, it is worth it to check in with Robin, for his honesty will open your pathway to the publishing world.
Writing my first book was a daunting task. However, Robin Moore changed all that. Because of
Ann Marie Sullivan
I couldn’t have published Quiet Fire: Mindfulness in the Classroom without Robin’s expert guidance. Maneuvering the waters of publishing with Robin as my guide, I published successfully and highly recommend him and the support he can offer.
Robin Moore truly mentored me on the publication of my book, Breaking Text: Bringing the Power of Performance to the Language Arts Classroom. He was always there with helpful knowledge and friendly encouragement. His experience is an essential resource for new authors.
I will always be grateful for Robin Moore's gentle guidance and genuine enthusiasm for my first book, Just Like Me, a chapter book for children and families living with Dyslexia. I cannot wait to continue our partnership!
Robin Moore was an incredible resource and help to me as I published my first book, The ABC’s of Health and Healing. His guidance was calm and timely. He walked me through each step and gave me important things to consider. He made me feel comfortable and helped to guide me through this process. There is no way I could have published my book without him!! I highly recommend Robin Moore as a publishing consultant!
Robin Moore was instrumental in helping me publish my first book, A Climate for Learning: How to Create an Emotionally-Intelligent Classroom in the First Four Days of School. If you have ever wanted to write, don't miss an opportunity to work with this man.
Download the latest Audio Recordings! Listen to Robin telling some of his best-loved stories in these three award-winning audio recordings!
What's Wild is Wild- To listen to a sample of the story, Hairywoman, click here. To purchase full mp3 download: Mail a check ($9 for each recording) payable to Robin Moore, Box 1311, Doylestown, PA 18901. Be sure to include your email address. You will receive an email with a link which will allow you to download the recording via Dropbox.
When the Moon is Full- To listen to a sample of the story, Stuffed Panther, click here. To purchase full mp3 download: Mail a check ($9 for each recording) payable to Robin Moore, Box 1311, Doylestown, PA 18901. Be sure to include your email address. You will receive an email with a link which will allow you to download the recording via Dropbox.
Fins Furs and Feathers- To listen to a sample of the story, Silver Lake Trout, click here. To purchase full mp3 download: Mail a check ($9 for each recording) payable to Robin Moore, Box 1311, Doylestown, PA 18901. Be sure to include your email address. You will receive an email with a link which will allow you to download the recording via Dropbox.