PDs That Don't Suck!

with Master Storyteller Antonio Sacre

Enhancing Multicultural Literacy and Classroom Management
through QUICK, SELF-PACED sessions with IMMEDIATELY-ACTIONABLE TIPS to take into your classroom!

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Our students love us!

Antonio Sacre is a talented presenter and writer who can inspire others to recognize their own uniqueness and express themselves.”
Jeanne Qvarnstrom
Assistant Vice President
Sul Ross State University
Alpine, TX
The staff, administration, and especially the students thoroughly enjoyed your storytelling. We have been discussing your stories, and more importantly, your messages about the advantages of being bilingual and making connections to your writing.”
Jennifer Clay 
Library Media Specialist 
Halle Heweston School
Las Vegas, NV
We so enjoyed your total presentation and are still buzzing and ‘telling stories’ to each other about the doable things you shared.”
Linda Wilson
Little Owl Preschool
Long Beach, CA
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Antonio Sacre

Born in Boston to a Cuban father and Irish-American mother, Sacre is an internationally touring storyteller, author, and solo performance artist, based in Los Angeles. He has performed at the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival, as well as museums, schools, libraries, and festivals. Deemed “a charismatic, empathetic presence” by the Chicago Tribune, his stories have appeared in numerous magazines, journals, and on National Public Radio. 

Since 1994, he has led many teacher in-services and district-wide trainings, sharing his knowledge of drama, storytelling, and writing in student workshops nationwide. Committed to nurturing, teaching, and performing for students of all ages, he is currently touring Los Angeles public schools and communities, where Antonio does Storytelling Assemblies, Professional Development Programs, Family Literacy Nights, and Writing Workshops, to help children and educators discover their own stories and embrace their own multicultural backgrounds. His Professional Developments and Keynote Addresses have helped educators teach writing to students from prekindergarten through graduate school.

His first picture book, The Barking Mouse, published by Albert Whitman and Company in 2003, was a winner of the 2004 International Reading Association Notable Books for a Global Society. His next two picture books, La Noche Buena, a Christmas Story, and A Mango in the Hand, a Story of Proverbs were both chosen for inclusion in the prestigious California Readers Book Collections for School Libraries in 2011 and 2012. Kirkus Reviews described the stories in his fourth book, My Name Is Cool: Stories from a Cuban-Irish-American Storyteller, as “over-the-top, as funny as they are touching. These stories convey the importance of bilingualism and biculturalism and should appeal to young readers.”

His previous storytelling recordings have won numerous awards, including the American Library Association’s Notable Recipient Award, the Parent's Choice Gold and Silver Awards, and the National Association of Parenting Publications Gold Award.

As a solo performer, Sacre has performed in festivals and theaters in New York City, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Chicago, where he performed under the tutelage and mentorship of Jenny Magnus. At The New York City International Fringe Theater Festival, Sacre was awarded a Best in Fringe Festival award for Excellence in acting, and a Best in Fringe Festival Award for Excellence in Solo Performance. At the United Solo Theater Festival off-Broadway, he twice won the United Solo Award for Best Storyteller, in 2011 and 2012. 

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