Rice from Heaven has been out for two weeks now. School has started in many places. If you'd like to use my book with your students or homeschoolers, please take note of the resources available on the graphic above. There are teacher guides for lower elementary and upper elementary. And the coolest thing, is that a writer friend directed me to a website where you can earn rice for needy countries. They are currently working on a newer version of the game here. You can also check FreeRice on Facebook for additional updates. I think students would have a blast earning rice + learning vocab along the way.
For U.S. educators, I'm available for Skype/Google Hangouts on your Friday mornings and a couple days the end of September during our Korean Thanksgiving holiday. The first 15 minutes are free. If you'd like a longer time, please contact me for pricing.
Korean educators, it looks like I'll be doing a book signing in September at What the Book Bookstore in Itaewon. Still waiting on the exact date. They have my book available. :)
I heard from one of my art teacher friends in CA, that she used my book for her Heroes Around Me art project. Heroes can be regular people helping others. Let me know how you used Rice from Heaven and your students' reactions! Thank you!
Lastly, Congratulations to Patricia and Ellen, winners of signed bookplates and a little gift from Korea :)
8/28/2018 10:31:14 am
If I were teaching now, this book would be at the top of my list. Recommended !
8/28/2018 12:17:54 pm
Rice from Heaven is such a special book. I'm sharing it with many classes and homeschoolers. Thanks for the educator guide.
9/4/2018 01:20:07 pm
You're so clever, Tina. Offering Skype/Google Hangouts is a great idea!
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Tina M. Cho, children's author
I'm a children's author and freelance writer for the educational market. Welcome!