Sara Hunter Productions

 
 

Script to Screen Communication since 1994

Award-winning author Sara Hoagland Hunter

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Upcoming Visits

  1. April 5, 2014, Boston Public Library, Book Blast-off for Every Turtle Counts, 10-11 AM, Introducing the Book’s heroes, BPL Courtyard Cafe, Open to the Public

  2. April 12, 2014, Falmouth Museums on the Green Education Center, 10 AM, Turtle Talk and Book Launch, to benefit the museum and Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuary; Elementary School Art Contest Winners announced

  3. April 13, 2014, River House Books “Salon Sunday”, Carmel, CA, 3 PM, West Coast Launch for Every Turtle Counts, co-hosted with Hope, Horses, & Kids

  4. April 19, 2014, Linden Tree Books, Los Altos, CA, 10-12, Book Talk and Signing, Children’s Story Reading at 11

  5. April 24, 2014, Riverview School, Every Turtle Counts Book Launch, Sandwich, MA. 10 AM, featuring Sandy Neck Park Ranger, Nina Coleman and Director of National Marine Life Center, Kathy Zagzebski

  6. April 25, 2014, Osterville Library, Book Launch, Signing and Turtle Talk with Kathy Zagzebski. 10 AM, hosted with Books By The Sea

  7. April 26, 2014, Every Turtle Counts Book Program, South Shore Natural Science Center, Norwell, MA, 10-11:30 AM. Turtle Talk, Signing, Book Launch

  8. April 27, 2014, MA Audubon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, Turtle Class in the Education Center, 3-4 PM. Advance sign-up required

  9. May 3, 2014, Wellesley Books, Wellesley, MA, Book Launch for Every Turtle Counts, 3-5 PM

  10. May 4, 2014, The Country Club, Brookline, MA, By Invitation

  11. May 14, 2014, Newmark School, Scotch Plains, NJ, 12:50 PM

  12. May 17, 2014, The Book Stall, Winnetka, IL, Midwest Book Launch for Every Turtle Counts, 3 PM

  13. May 22, 2014, Wing School, Sandwich, MA, Book Talk, 9:40 AM

  14. June 14, 2014, Ben’s Lighthouse Festival, Newtown, CT, 10-4

  15. July 5, 2014, Yellow Umbrella Books, Chatham, MA, 12-2

  16. July 14, 2014, The Little Breezes Literary Festival at Westwinds Bookshop, Duxbury, MA, 3 PM

  17. Aug. 6, 2014, Nantucket Shipwreck and Lifesaving Museum, afternoon time TBA

  18. Oct. 11, 2014, Audubon Sea Turtle Festival, Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary, MA

Announcing!

April 1, 2014

Sara’s newest picture book!

Watch the Book Trailer

To order, click on the cover illustration.

One rare sea turtle . . .

One little girl in need of help . . .

A rescue story to touch your heart.


Read rave reviews of Every Turtle Counts from

Kirkus Review

and

The Huffington Post


See a new profile of Sara by the Boston Athenaeum


“A lovely book that will motivate children to seek the wonder and beauty of the natural world.”

-Temple Grandin, author, Animals in Translation, Autism Rights Activist


“An enchanting picture book about a young girl who finds strength in helping animals. . . the matter-of-fact, compassionate depiction of Mimi’s special needs is both child friendly and honest. The author’s gentle voice rings just as clearly in her explanation of endangered sea turtles . . . this beautifully written story may help inspire a new generation of open-minded activists.”

—Kirkus Reviews



“A terrific story that will engage both children and their parents!”

-Robert Prescott,

Director, Massachusetts Audubon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary


“ . . . warm and heartfelt. . . about nurturing all that’s good, and about each individual's ability and right to live and grow and succeed.”

-Andrew Clements, author of best-selling children’s books: Frindle, No Talking, Lunch Money, and Extra Credit


“ . . . a wonderful book, deeply compassionate . . . straightforward in its portrayal of a young girl with an autism spectrum disorder, and the extraordinary insights and connections she makes with the natural world. I would recommend it for all families, not just those with children on the autism spectrum. This book has much to teach us all.”

-Dr. David K. Urion, Director of Behavioral Neurology, 

Boston Children’s Hospital


“Every Turtle Counts reminds us that sometimes the silent watchers are the ones who observe the most. It is a quiet story where small steps lead to significant journeys.”

—Jacqueline Dembar Greene, author of the best-selling Rebecca series for American Girl


“A touching story of joy and discovery...with lessons about turtles, children, autism, and life.”

Tom Hollister, Board of Advisors, The New England Center for Children

Copyright, Sara Hunter Productions, 2014