Friday Q&A

I have received several questions this week and I wanted to respond to them here because I'm sure others have the same questions. Last week, I posted my Frequently Asked Questions page, which refers to my library lesson plans for the rest of the year. Several of you have emailed me to ask where the plans are located on my website and how they can be purchased. The September plans are not available on my site as of today, but my plan is to have them available for purchase no later than Sunday. Shopping on my site will be very similar to other online stores. Simply add your choices to the shopping cart, and check out using Paypal.

If you are an email subscriber, you should have received my August lesson plans for free, attached to your welcome email. A few people have asked how to sign up for my email list. You should see a teal colored box that asks for your name and email address right under my social media buttons on the right side of my homepage, or you can click here. Here's a picture of what you should see (I added the red arrow for emphasis, of course).

If you are having trouble signing up for my email list, just email me and I'll manually add you. Signing up on my mailing list is absolutely free, and subscribers will receive coupon codes and bonus material each month! I will never spam you, sell my email list to others who will spam you, or send you any emails other than occasional updates for my website.

I have updated my library lesson plans a bit, so they will have a slightly different look from the free set you received. The content of the library lesson plans has not changed, though. Everything you saw on the August library lesson plans will be on the September library lesson plans. The September plans are just a little more stylized, as you can see in the picture below.



My goal is to get each month's library lesson plans on the site and available for purchase no later than the 15th of the previous month. In other words, October's plans will be available by September 15. I'm working on the weekends now that school has started! I hope this post has answered some of your questions. Please leave a comment or email me if you have other questions!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *