FHY 7 – Using Books to Hook Kids on Family History | Becky Villareal

Episode 7 Becky Villareal (1)

Becky Villareal is retired teacher, presenter, family genealogist, and author of three fictional children’s books and one young adult book dealing with genealogical research. She spends her time speaking at schools and genealogical societies, writing, and taking care of grandchildren.

Today on Family History for Youth

  • Becky shares how she discovered a love of genealogy as searched for her maternal ancestors
  • Hear the reasons why Becky cares about sharing family history with her children and grandchildren
  • Discover the delightful tale of Gianna the Great
  • Gain insight on how to discuss difficult family history situations with kids
  • Learn Becky’s best tips from her teaching days about how to hook elementary age children on family history

Connect with Melissa
Website: Becky Villareal and Gianna the Great
Twitter: @bvillareal
Facebook: Genealogy for Children
Pinterest: beckyreadsbooks
Linkedin: Becky Villareal

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