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Text © 2014- 2019 Casey Lyall. All rights reserved. Materials on this website may be copied for classroom or library use but may not be reprinted or resold for commercial purposes.

This Wix site was created by Calling Crow Communications.

Besides being the author of a range of stories for children, Casey is a library branch assistant experienced in running programs for both elementary and high-school-aged students. Casey aims to entertain and inform while leaving her audience excited about creating their own stories.

Contact Casey for presentation details and to book a visit at your school or library!

Important note: Casey is also a member of The Writers' Union of Canada. Any school or library that books her for a visit may apply for additional funding to assist with payment.

            

Schools 

click here for the Ontario Writers-in-the-Schools grant information. 

            

Libraries

 click here for the National Public Readings Programs information. 

"It was an absolute delight to host Casey in our communities. We worked with Casey to coordinate a tour of ten libraries and schools and give presentations to 1,500 students over five days. Students, teachers, and libraries were over-the-moon with her engaging, informative, and cheeky presentations. Not only did she discuss her books but she actually inspired the students about storytelling and gave them a picture of what it looks like to build a story and edit.  Some students brought books, and Casey made a point of speaking with each student who brought a book to sign. She is a superstar." 

- Rachel Burke, Events Specialist, Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL Reading Link Challenge)

“Casey’s visit delighted and enriched the minds of our youngest students.  Her relatable style engaged them in a discussion about her journey as a writer, and they were fascinated by examples of her work as a young child.  Casey guided our students through the development of a story they could call their own.  Her presentation was tailored to maximize audience participation, and students and teachers alike were enthusiastic about her visit from the far-off land of Canada!”

- Dawn A. Gillette, M.Ed., Assistant Head of School, Elk Hill Charlottesville School

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