Kate Jerome
Services Offered
Writing, Speaking, Consulting
Most Recent Book Title
Mama, What Can I Do Today?
Book Description
Mama... What Can I Do Today? combines an adorable rhyming storybook with more than 20 animal-inspired activities. This laugh-out-loud book uses kids’ natural fascination with animals to develop essential literacy, academic, and social-emotional skills while keeping them busy and engaged. Vibrant full-color photography of more than 40 furry, scaly, and feather friends brings the animal kingdom to life!
Additional Book Titles
1 to 10: Slimer's Loose Again
Who Was Amelia Earhart? (from the Penguin Who Was? series)
The Wise Animal Handbook series
Lucky to Live in.... series
Cool Stuff Every Kid Should Know... series
Civil War Sub: The Mystery of the Hunley
Location (city/state/country)
Menlo Park, CA
Author bio
Kate Jerome is an accomplished publishing executive and an award-winning children's book author who has been positively influencing younger generations for decades. Her unique perspectives and original voice can be found in hundreds of children's educational and trade books in many different series.

In 2015 Kate was invited to join Stanford University's inaugural Distinguished Careers Institute. Both a year of study as a DCI Fellow and her affiliation with Stanford's Center on Longevity re-energized her dedication to sparking meaningful conversations between generations. As a result, Kate recently Co-founded Little Bridges, a company that produces high-quality activity kits for kids and their favorite adults. Kate serves as an active mentor for many organizations, including Eldera and the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program. She is also a Program Advisor to Reading Partners and an Emeritus Board member of the South Carolina Aquarium.
Professional Speaker Topics
The value of intergenerational connections

Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

Reading opens many doors for children, but conversations give them the courage to go through them!

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