EW Foundation Presents ‘Interactive Story Time’ to 200 Students at New Horizons Elementary in Wellington

It was a full house on December 11, 2017, when Loretta Neff, Author and Founder of EW Foundation, read Tame Your Manners and Sip Tea with Mad Hatter during her “Interactive Story Time” to students at New Horizons Elementary in Wellington. More than 200 children danced, sang and became part of the story during the presentation.

 

Anne-Marie Campbell becomes the “White Queen” while reading a portion of Sip Tea with Mad Hatter, during educational nonprofit EW Foundation’s “Interactive Story Time” with students from New Horizons Elementary in Wellington. On December 11, 2017, more than 200 children danced, sang and became part of the story during the presentation. Loretta Neff, Author and Founder of EW Foundation, also read Tame Your Manners. Both of Ms. Neff’s books teach character education and etiquette to children, improving social skills and an appreciation for philanthropy that will serve them throughout their lives. At the end of the presentation, all students in attendance received a copy of Tame Your Manners, which includes clever illustrations and correlations of animal characteristics to the manners advice (photo courtesy of EW Foundation).

The EW Foundation is an educational nonprofit providing award winning character education books and programs for children and youth, and fundraising opportunities to charities, missions and schools. Ms. Neff’s books, Tame Your Manners and Sip Tea with Mad Hatter, teach character education and etiquette to children, improving social skills and an appreciation for philanthropy that will serve them throughout their lives.

 

At the end of Ms. Neff’s presentation, all New Horizons Elementary students in attendance received a copy of Tame Your Manners, which includes clever illustrations and correlations of animal characteristics to the manners advice.

 

“Since 2014, EWF has benefited over 13,000 children with its award-winning character education books and programs, and provided author visits and signed copies of Tame Your Manners and Sip Tea with Mad Hatter books to 30 academies and schools, and 17 charities,” said Ms. Neff.

 

For more information, on EW Foundation, please visit ewfcares.org or call 561.833.0131.