Sarah C. Campbell

Author and Photo Illustrator

My Books

Sarah C. Campbell

Teaching Artist

Teaching Materials

Photographer

School Visits

What I do I create stories with facts and photographs.

Selected Book Reviews

Elizabeth Bird, A Fuse #8 Production
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Growing Patterns: Fibonacci Numbers in Nature is "the newest picture book format math book to add to your shelves. It does contain a couple difficult concepts, but with the right grown-up by their side, there’s very little in Growing Patterns: Fibonacci Numbers in Nature that a child won’t be able to figure out on their own."
Connie M. Campbell, Professor of Mathematics, Millsaps College
“Growing Patterns wonderfully illustrates a connection between nature and numbers. Sarah Campbell has certainly taken the time to stop and smell (and even count) the roses, and in this delightful book she takes us along in her journey. In so doing, she encourages us all to see and to explore what is right in front of our noses!”

About Me& My Frequent Collaborators

Sarah C. Campbell

Sarah Campbell

Richard Campbell

Richard Campbell

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Julie Owen

Beth West

Beth West

Roderick Red

Roderick Red

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“We held a workshop on Science Literacy and asked Sarah to present on book-making and curricular connections. She was a consummate professional throughout the process. In addition to helping plan the event, Sarah’s presentation received some of the best overall responses we have ever received from a PD. She was engaged the audience; kept an appropriate pace; and was willing to alter her presentation based on the needs of the workshop participants. If you want a productive, practical PD for educators, contact Sarah.” Anthony D’Agostino, Senior Program Director, Springboard, St. Louis, MO

 

"The Greenville Arts Council hosted Sarah for a 6-hour intensive workshop for teachers this fall focused on the connections between book making, science and common core state standards and we were blown away! Sarah has purposefully crafted her work as a teaching artist to clearly bridge the language between her art form and how teachers present information to their students in the classroom. During her workshop, Sarah took time to clearly explain how the strategies she uses can be adapted for a range of grade levels and content areas, which self-contained teachers found to be tremendously helpful." Megan Hines, Arts in Education Coordinator, Greenville Arts Council

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