Gail E. Haley

'Gail Haley is a brilliant and talented lady who seems equally at ease presenting to young children as well as older ones. Her experience and travels make her a wealth of knowledge."

[Judy-Media Coordinator, Fayetteville Fall 2004]

 
  • South Carolina Language Arts Conference, Greenville. January 2004
  • Atlanta Schools, February 2004.
  • Charlotte area schools, April 2004.
  • University of North Carolina, Charlotte, April 2004.
  • Colorado Book Signing, May, 2004.
  • Mythic Journeys Conference - Atlanta, June, 2004
  • Chesapeake Public Library System VA., Pinnacle NC, - October, 2004.
  • Brevard NC, Fayetteville NC. - November, 2004.
  • Plymouth State College N.H. A Story A Story, staged as a musical. - January, 2005.
  • Morganton NC- January 2005
  • Wilmington, NC - February 2005
  • Mooresville, NC- March 2005
  • University, Charlotte, NC- November 2005
  • Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC- November 2005
  • Barnes & Noble, Aurora Colorado- November 2005
  • Richmond County Schools, NC- November 2005
  • Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC- January 2006
  • Lumberton, NC- February 2006
  • Hillsborough, NC- April 2006
  • Wilkes Schools-Nov 2006
  • Rowan-Salisbury Schools-Nov 2006
  • UNC-Charlotte-Nov 2006

 

    

'We were grateful to have a real, live author among us. Gail provided opportunities for the students to network with the other authors regarding their extended essays. The art teachers and students were thrilled to see her artwork".

[ Kathy-Virginia High School Teacher Fall 2004]

 

"Dear Gail and David:

What can I say ? you left a lot of thoughtful and enthusiastic people in your wake- people who look at media anew and who look at picture books, not just Gail's...with awe at the work that goes in to them."

[Clemson University English Dept]

      " Your contributions towards enabling educators to understand the arts can enhance and illuminate the classroom are valued and vital components of this exciting event. We are honored to have you as our Keynote Speaker. As both an artist and writer, you embody the very best in the integrated arts experience. Your workshops, storytellings, art demonstrations and puppetry programs in schools and libraries throughout the USA, Canada, England and Australia, and your work with students and teachers at the American International Schools in Africa, are all vital and vibrant contributions to our fuller understanding of how the arts enrich and uplift our lives."

[Artistic Director, ETC- Plymouth State University N.H. (2005)]