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Three Wishes Publishing

Alva Sachs

Alva Sachs

Alva Sachs is the founder of Three Wishes Publishing Company. She is a former elementary school teacher with sixteen years of classroom experience and a Master’s Degree in Education.

Alva’s award-winning titles include Circus Fever, Dancing Dreidels, I'm 5, Dear Master Dragon, The Pirate Princess, Sam & Sadie Super Sleuths, and On Your Mark, Get Set Go!

Her awards range from Mom's Choice Award, 5 Star Reviews Reader's Favorite, National Indie Excellence Awards, Creative Child Magazine, USA Best Books. International Book Award, Story Monsters LLC Winner, Eric Hoffer for Excellence in Small Press Indie Publishing among others.

Alva is an educator, consultant, speaker, and presenter. She has had the privilege of speaking and sharing her expertise at numerous venues, meetings, conferences, bookstores, schools, and libraries.

Alva writes stories to engage, excite, and empower young children at an early age for the shear joy of reading. She is also President of Reading Is Fundamental of Southern California nonprofit that helps to build home libraries for underserved Los Angeles and Orange Counties, including preschools and shelters.

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  • Meet-the-Author event

    Available for online visits and for local visits near by.

    book an author visit with Alva Sachs 
  • Bookchatting

    Invite community members to read one-on-one with students with this handy app. Or host your author visit with the book presented virtually. Golden Ticket schools should contact us for free schoolwide access to Readeo.

    Read online here

  • Audio/Videos of author reading

    Kid can visit Alva's book page(s) for links to read along with the author!

    Go to book page 

Book a visit with Alva Sachs

If you would like to plan a school visit with Alva, please contact us via the link below. If Alva is coming to your school, you will receive a Golden Ticket to place in one of the books. Upon discovery, a QR code can be scanned which then announces the event.

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