"I love visiting schools, libraries, book fairs, pretty much any place that'll let
me talk about comics and Jewish folktales."

(To download a brochure all about school visits (in comic book format, of course) click here
contact Steve to find out about setting up a visit)
"Steve is a master of creating a lively and important discussion surrounding the work. The kids couldn't get enough of him!"
   - Jesse Karp, teacher, Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School, New York, NY
"Our sixth graders loved hearing how a graphic novel is made. They especially enjoyed the part of Steve's presentation when they got to make their own comic strip."
   - Lisa Silverman, library director, Sinai Temple Blumenthal Library, Los Angeles CA
"Sheinkin's presence wasn't only electric, but was also a source of inspiration for my students. He shared his graphic novel, Rabbi Harvey with such zeal and compassion, and did a noteworthy job of inspiring them with a passion for reading, drawing, and writing."
   - Margo Goldstein, teacher, East Midwood Hebrew Day School, Brooklyn, NY
"Steve Sheinkin's presentation engaged the students in a dialog about how stories are created. He tapped in to their creativity and showed them about sequencing stories through his graphic style. It was an experience that the students will remember and cherish!"
   - Susan Dubin, librarian, Valley Beth Shalom Day School, Encino, CA
"Columbus, OH was thrilled to host Steve Sheinkin in our community as a part of the JCC's Jewish Bookfair. It was a pleasure to listen to him communicate with the scholarly academic community as well watch him share the joy of his profession with school-age children. We expect many great adventures in the future of both Rabbi Harvey and Steve Sheinkin."
   - Melanie F. Butter, Outreach Director, JCC of Greater Columbus, OH
"Steve's presence added a level of prestige to our book fair that has been the talk of the Jewish community before and since."
   - Michael Wikes, Congregation Beth Emeth, Herndon, VA