*The links below are to some of our larger workshops.

**All of our books are free to read as PDF books. But you can purchase a paperback at our Kids Share Amazon Store at cost.



2017 Kids Share Zambia Workshop 

(Book is unavailable to purchase.)

The Kids Share Zambia book was made for the child and community who created the book with  us. 

Follow the journey of school children living in rural Zambia, with Kids Share Workshops and World Vision. Learn about their dreams for a better future, and how they travel far for an education and for their families who struggle to give them everything they can. And the girls and young women who safely want to grow into strong women and choose their own future. I am Zambian, Who Am I?

Title: Kids Share Zambia: I Am Zambian-Who Am I? Authored by the Children and teens at the Bimbe Primary School and Home of Hope, at World Vision Zambia’s area development projects. 

In developing countries, an education is not a given right, but a privilege for those who can afford it. In these cases families are selling what little they have to keep their children in school and often can’t continue their education. In addition, children have a lot of chores in the early morning hours, walk far distances to school, are often hungry and worry about drought. By night, children try to study and read by candle light because electricity is too expensive. Yet astonishingly, they often give the biggest smiles with warm hearts. Through native songs and dance, children find solace in a very challenging childhood…

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2015 Kids Share Newtown Totems Workshop

(No book was published but you can read the PDF stories!)

EagleHeart (large)Please enjoy reading the PDF file below of the children’s storytelling. After completing her/his personal illustration, each child took 15-30 minutes to write about a Native American Totem, Zodiac Animal. This simple and fun storytelling exercise connected the children to a totem through a cognitive awareness writing process. Next, each child enjoyed the opportunity to read their unique story to the group. Please take a look at: Newtown Totem Stories

2013 Kids Share Newtown Workshop

Click Here to Read the PDF Book!

Title: Kids Share Newtown: Adventures in Time Travel And Other Amazing Stories!

8.5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm) 

Welcome to Newtown, Connecticut, as seen through the eyes of its children. It is a place with a flagpole in the middle of Main Street, and two-dollar movies at the old town hall. It is a place of afternoon sports practice, dance and music lessons, Scout meetings and play dates, and weekends filled with baseball games, Sunday school and hikes in wooded parks. It is a place where the start of summer is marked by the reopening of the local ice cream stand, where autumn means apple-picking and hay mazes, and where winter brings historic homes alive with dazzling lights. It is a place of wonder, of joy, of belonging and of promise…

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2012 Kids Share in Costa Rica, Oregon & Vermont Workshop  

(No book was published.)

Thanks to the support of Partners of the Americas volunteers, travel grants and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters traveling funding, Kids Share Workshops was able to reach over 200 children in Costa Rica, Oregon and Vermont!

With tremendous volunteer support from the Costa Rica Partners and Oregon, many children were able to experience paper art therapy and how to beautify recycled material. Although this was not our typical book making workshop but a shortened art therapy program, we hope to return to a couple of Partners of the Americas communities in both Oregon and Costa Rica, and spend up to two weeks focusing on creating a book together.

2011 Kids Share in Guatemala & Vermont Workshop  

(No book was published.)

Thanks to he support of Partners of the Americas Guatemala chapter leaders and travel grants, Kids Share Workshops was able to reach a small community in Panajachel located on Lake Atitlan. Although this smaller workshop was not supported by Partners of the Americas volunteers, a connection was made with the Guatemala City Chapter.

With volunteer support from the Guatemalan Partners our team was able to learn more about the many programs supported by Guatemalan volunteers. Kristina and her children enjoyed living with a host family in Guatemala city while meeting with the chapter board members and discussing future two week, Book Making Workshop locations.

2009-2010 Kids Share in Nicaragua & Vermont  Workshop 

(Click here to read this book!)

Kids Share San Ramon, Nicaragua and Vermont, United States of America: Cross Cultural-Book Building by [Nicaragua-Vermont, The Children of]Available in Paperback & Kindle 8.5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm) 

Kids Share San Ramon, Nicaragua and Vermont, United States of America: From North America to Central America, Awakening the artist and author inside …
(Volume 2) (English and Spanish Edition)
Nov 22, 2013 by El Roblar, Nicaragua, The Children Living in Vermont, U.S.A. and and El Roblar, Nicaragua and Montpelier, Vermont, The Children of…

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 2008 Kids Share in India & Vermont  

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Kids Share Tibetan Children's Villages and Vermont, United States of America: Cross Cultural Sharing through Book-Building by [Children, Vermont Tibetan]8.5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm) 

Have fun exploring the first book in our Kids Share Workshops series, as we bring children living in rural India together with those living in the U.S. through an exchange of art and ideas! Here kids from both cultures share a bit of their lives, dreams and the things they care about. During the 2008-2009 school year, Kids Share Workshops and Publishing Inc. (KSWP) visited schools in Montpelier and Waterbury, Vermont, while also sending a workshop package to the Tibetan Children’s Village in Bylakuppe, India. In each location, kids created visual art…


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We mark our products as low as we can. The money from these products go towards the cost. Our goal is not to make money but to make fundraising material available with artwork created by the students.

There is a large variety of high quality merchandise, such as canvas bags, water bottles, stationary and t-shirts. We try to stay current with new workshop material. However, if you do not see merchandise that reflects one of our workshops, please let us know! We can custom create orders very quickly.

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