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Karen Ehrhardt

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in Los Angeles, The United States
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my mother, Dorothy Mae Williams

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Karen Ehrhardt doesn’t play an instrument and can’t sing a lick. But she’s probably listening to music right now at her home in the California redwoods, with her husband, their bouncing baby boy, and their dog.

Karen does assemblies for Preschool, and Kindergarten through 6th grade. Karen does writing workshops with students in grades 3-6. Karen is available to travel to schools throughout California and the U.S. Please contact Connecting Authors for specific dates (866-528-9269 - www.connectingauthors.com).

Karen's most recent mention in Publisher's Weekly :
"Jazzed About Reading - Every student at Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School in Oakland, Calif...received an early holiday present a few weeks ago: a signed copy of This Jazz Man b
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Karen Ehrhardt performs an interactive reading of THIS JAZZ MAN (12:30 - 1pm), as part of Family Day and a nonstop, 24-hour live art variety show in the SFMOMA's Rooftop Pavilion featuring 48 artists, filmmakers, musicians, performers, and writers.

SFMOMA Family Day: 11am–4pm, features inventive hands-on gallery activities for children ages 4 to 12.

FREE - BRING THE KIDS!
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This Jazz Man (Children's Books)
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Description: appears in its entirety in the May/June 2008 issue of Click Magazine (Carus Publishing)

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Couldn't be more thrilled with this production and the incredible performance by James "D-Train" Williams, a truly formidable jazz man in his own right!
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This Jazz Man IS on CD – it just won a 2011 Audie Award for best audiobook for kids (up to age 8)!

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