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Lisa Gammon Olson

Lisa Gammon Olson lives in Coon Valley, Wisconsin. She is the author of Tales From American HerStory Series with Eifrig Publishing. (Dust Flowers, Sewing The Magic In, The Cheese Song & Remembering Green). She is also the author of the Award-Winning Picture Book "And The Trees Began To Move" and a coming-of-age chapter book for Tweens- "Fig Newton Summer".


What goes in to writing Historical Fiction?

Lisa will talk about what goes into writing believable Historical Fiction and give you tips on how to write your own stories.

Lisa Gammon Olson

45 Minute Program

EVERYBODY goes through that awkward stage...Relax! You'll outgrow it.

This program is Girl Talk for Tween girls! I'd like to be able to provide a free link to my chapter book, Fig Newton Summer before our meeting so we can discuss all the weird things we think when we are growing up and how to get through that "awkward stage"!

Lisa Gammon Olson

45 Minute Program

Who am I?

I will read my 4th book in The American HerStory Series, "Remembering Green" and we will talk about our Indigenous People and the discrimination and hardships they've endured since "being discovered" by early European settlers.

Lisa Gammon Olson

45 Minute Program

When your life IS a Circus!

I will read the 2nd book in the American HerStory Series, "Sewing The Magic In" and we will talk about the history of the Early Ringling Brothers Circus.

Lisa Gammon Olson

45 Minute Program

Growing up during the Dust Bowl

I will read the first book in my American HerStory Series, Dust Flowers and we will deep dive into life during the dustbowl.

Lisa Gammon Olson

45 Minute Program

The REAL Magic of Trees

I will read my Award-Winning Picture book, "And The Trees Began To Move". And then I will tell you some fascinating facts about trees around the world and why we ALL need to be Tree Protectors.

Lisa Gammon Olson

45 Minute Program

Lisa Gammon Olson lives in Coon Valley, Wisconsin. She believes the most important skill we can ever teach our children is “How to be Kind.” Growing up in northern Wisconsin has instilled in her the wonder of nature… sparkling lakes, endless forests and trails littered with pine needles and possibilities. Lisa is a member of the SCBWI & a book reviewer for the NY Journal of Books as well as a Beloved Children's Book Author.

Check out Lisa online:

Dust Flowers

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Sewing the Magic in at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus

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Remembering Green

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The Cheese Song

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And The Trees Began To Move

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Fig Newton Summer

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