My usual visit includes a reading of Who Cooks for You? followed by an owl program—teaching kids just how awesome owls are! I have a powerpoint to display the book’s interior as I read (which is necessary for larger groups so everyone can see). I can bring a projector, but built-in systems work best—let me know what your needs are. I can read without a projector for smaller groups if your location doesn’t have the space. I also use props to help demonstrate how cool owls are—these include softballs to show how big an owl’s eyes are, and a rope that I swing to show how quietly owls can fly. For smaller groups (and with older kids), I occasionally have audience participation to help me show how owls can locate things with just their hearing. The end of the visit includes a Q & A session with the kids.