Book Week, Literacy Festivals, Writing/Illustrating focuses are the perfect time to have Nicky Johnston visit your school. Dynamic, heartfelt and informative presentations is what Nicky delivers to every year level required.
Her presentation and delivery style is flexible, adaptable and able to suit any desired topic, location and audience. Her teaching skills enable her to read a group of children and engage them immediately.
She loves running art workshops with children, giving them the opportunity to stretch their self doubt when it comes to creativity. With three new books coming out in 2018-19, she has lots to share!
School and Library Visits:
Rates and charges are industry standard as per ASA website (Australian Society of Authors)
School Visits –
3 sessions – $600
2 sessions – $450
1 session – $300
(3 sessions max in one day. Travel and expenses may be additional)
Individual class size illustration workshops, or large group sessions (Max 100 chn) available
Nicky is registered with Sam4Schools, with easy downloadable up to date WWC and Public Liability insurance documents available.
To book School & Library Visits please contact:
Nicky Johnston: email@example.com
“This is the third time I have seen you present to our children Nicky, and all have been fabulous. Your passion for art and stories is contagious and the students come away inspired to create their own drawings. Looking forward to seeing your new book!”
~ Strathaird Primary School
“I thought your presentation was awesome! You were able to engage the students and the students loved your drawings. I loved the way you shared your personal experiences and showed your drawings. I highly recommend your workshop. I love your books and illustrations and the children loved them too. Thank you so much!”
~ Yuille Park Community College
“Just letting you know that our Books In Homes presentation today was AMAZING! The students (and teachers) loved the talk from Nicky Johnston – as well as her illustrations. She told our students about how much she loved the editing process when writing and drawing, which made the children stop and think that not only do you edit the written word, but as an artist you also have to edit and change your drawings to make them the perfect final copy. We feel so lucky to have such a great role model visit our school.”
~ Westpark PS
(Books in Homes Role Model Participating School)