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Original post made by Brandon Chateauvert, Laurel School, on Dec 20, 2006

Sheralee Hill Iglehart, Atherton substitute teacher,children's author reads her latest book with puppets at Starbucks, 361 California Ave., Palo Alto.Saturday, Dec. 23 10 AM-12PM. Free Hot Chocolate and Cookies for the Kids.

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Posted by Brandon Chateauvert
a resident of Laurel School
on May 14, 2008 at 10:15 am

Sheralee Hill Iglehart, children's book international author,and substitute teacher in Atherton/Menlo Park, graduated Saturday, May 10,2008, Summa Cum Laude, with a Master of Arts in Reading, Reading Specialist Credential, Reading Certificate and a GPA of 4.0, at Notre Dame de Namur University. She was first in her class. Sheralee is also a private reading tutor for children in Menlo Park.


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Posted by Sheralee Hill Iglehart
a resident of Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park
on Jul 17, 2011 at 12:12 am

In the July-August, 2011 issue of The P.E.O. RECORD, Sheralee Hill Iglehart from Chapter T, Palo Alto is honored as a P.E.O. Author.
Cough In Your Shirt, Bert! is her fourth children's book. Sheralee is a California Credentialed Reading Specialist, and has given booksignings recently at Books In, Palo Alto, CA.


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