|About the author
Caroline Brewer is an international education consultant and author of 10 books, who has made presentations, including teaching and modeling classroom instruction, to 25,000 teachers, students, parents, and librarians in New York City, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Ghana, West Africa. She is the founder of the Happy Teacher Professional Development Training Program with International Mind and Body Authority Joshua Isaac Smith, and founder of Writing Superheroes Writing and Book-Making Project which has a 100 percent success rate in getting reluctant, struggling, and below-grade level students to write. She also is the creator and founder of Books Unbound, a workshop that helps teachers unleash the power of children’s books to teach learning standards and inspire reading love.
Ms. Brewer has worked with Head Start, Everybody Reads, the Harlem School of the Arts, Ballou High School/Guerilla Arts SHARP Summer Project, Hearst Elementary, Herndon, VA Elementary, World Missions Summer Teen Project, and students in New York City, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and Indiana to publish student anthologies and children’s books.
Ms. Brewer’s books for adults include Why I Teach: A Guide to Re-Discovering the Love of Teaching, The Happy Teacher: 11 Rs Every Teacher Should Know training manual, and Parent Power: How to Raise a Reading Superstar. Her children’s books include Kara Finds Sunshine on a Rainy Day, The Jelani Tree, featured in the Children’s Literature course of Felician College, Barack Obama: A Hip Hop Tale of King’s Dream Come True, Head Start: Our Kind of Place, Collard Greens and Yams, and Kara and Friends Meet Abraham Lincoln.
Ms. Brewer also owns PrimeTime Public Relations and Communications, and is a veteran in the communications field, having worked in public relations, TV, radio, newspapers, and served on two Pulitzer Prize juries. A collection of her Sunday newspaper columns was nominated for The Pulitzer Prize. The debut column was entered into The Congressional Record.