Campus Groups Host ‘Read Aloud’ Events to Celebrate Nature

Gaston Beltran, Staff Writer 

Join the Student Education Association (SEA) and Kappa Delta Phi (KDP) as they take opportunities to celebrate mother nature in all her fascinating glory and what people can do to help her. Live readings will be held from the SEA/ KDP Facebook page:  

Below is a list of events organized by date, book, author and reader: 


Dates  Book (environment & animals)  Author  Reader 
Monday, April 5 at 11am  Adelita, A Sea Turtle’s Journey  Jenny Goebel  Dr. Katy Hisrich 
Thursday, April 8 at 630pm  One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia  Miranda Paul  Yasmine Mustafa 
Tuesday, April 13 at 11am  Madeline Finn and the Shelter Dog  Lisa Pap  Dr. Katy Hisrich 
Wednesday, April 14 at 2pm  This is Freedom: Rayna’s Story  Katherine Barralaga  Stefanie Schurman 
Sunday, April 18 at 1pm  We Are Water Protectors  Carole Lindstrom  Sydney Schurman 
Tuesday, April 20 at 6pm  Our Animal Neighbors: Compassion for Every Furry, Slimy, Prickly Creature on Earth  Matthieu Ricard  Iliana Manrique 
Thursday, April 22 at 1pm  Kindness Starts with You  Jacquelyn Stagg  Dr. Timothy Harrington 
Monday, April 26 at 4pm  Fiona Finds Love  Rhonda Lucas Donald  Kate Drish 
Friday, April 30 at 6pm  Our House is on Fire: Greta Thunberg’s Call to Save the Planet  Jeanette Winter  Rama Diab 
Monday, May 3 at 11am  Share a Little Kindness: A Children’s Book about Doing Good in the World  Colleen Brunetti  Dr. Katy Hisrich 


The live virtual stories they will be reading are for children, families, teachers, and K-6 Classes. 

They will be hosting live read-alouds for the month of April through the first week of May! Information about this event was made available through student emails. Continue to stay up to date with your student emails for more information about these developments. 

And for questions about this project, contact Kate Drish (SEA President and KDP Vice-President), [email protected] or SEA/KDP Committee Chair, Dr. Katy E. Hisrich [email protected]