Nuala Galbari

Cornelius the crow calls the meeting to order

Book Signing Events

The Woods of Wicomico is now available on NOOK and NOOK COLOR as well as on other E-formats.

The Woods of Wicomico Teachers' Lesson Guide is now available.
Please see the Works page for details.

For information on presentations or to schedule a school visit or other presentation, please contact
Nuala Galbari directly at the following e-mail address:
or through the publisher at:

Noted acoustic musician, Timothy Seaman, presents music from the book and from his extensive music collection. He may be scheduled to accompany the author and photographer at certain booksigning events. He is also available to present/​perform at public and private events. For further information, or to contact Timothy, please log on to:

"I have had the privilege of collaborating with Nuala Galbari at numerous events where we have presented our unique musical, literary, and ecological perspectives to audiences of all ages, but particularly children, for whom Nuala has published an excellent and creative book on forest preservation. Her combining of animal, children, historical, and nautical themes is intriguing and delightful, and she and David are a delight to work with in these presentations."
~ Timothy Seaman

Thank you for your interest.

Recent Book Signings and Presentations:

Historic Warner Hall, Gloucester, VA
Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
Virginia Education Media Association (VEMA)
Twice Told Tales bookstore, Gloucester, VA
Gallery at York Hall, Gloucester, VA
Carrot Tree Restaurant, Yorktown, VA
Virginia Living Museum, Newport News, VA
Colonial Williamsburg Visitors' Center, VA
Virginia Shakespeare Festival, Williamsburg, VA
Virginia Association for Early Childhood Education, Hampton, VA
Barnes & Noble, William and Mary Bookstore, Colonial Williamsburg, VA
Barnes & Noble, Newport News, VA

School Visits, 2012 (Including presentations and music):

T. C. Walker School, Gloucester, VA
Nansemond Suffolk Academy, Suffolk, VA
West End Christian School, Hopewell, VA




January 11th, 2013 - Barnes & Noble, William and Mary Bookstore, Colonial Williamsburg, VA
Event: Booksigning

January 29, 2013 - Abingdon Elementary School, Hayes, VA
Event: The Woods of Wicomico
Art of the Story and Music, with musician, Timothy Seaman
Two Presentations: Morning and Afternoon
This event is not open to the public


February 5, 2013 - Gloucester Point Rotary Club

February 28, 2013 - Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, Suffolk, VA
Event: Musical Theatre Presentation of The Woods of Wicomico (by Third/​Fourth Graders)
This event is Not Open to the Public


March 8, 9, 2013 - The Williamsburg Film Festival
Event: The Williamsburg Film Festival at the Holiday Inn Patriot Convention Center, 3032 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, VA
Call: 757-565-2600 or 1-800-446-6001 for details
Western Film Festival
Author available for booksigning, The Woods of Wicomico & The Woods of Wicomico Lesson Guide
Open to the public
Tickets to the festival are required.


April 13, 2013

Event: Envirothon Earth Day - Virginia Cooperative Extension, 11809 New Kent Highway, New Kent, VA 23124
Tel.: 804-966-9645
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
A day of activities designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth's environment -- a family event
Open to the Public from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Woods of Wicomico and The Woods of Wicomico Lesson Guide -- Booksigning
The Art of the Story/​Environmental Slide Show


May 3, 2013

Event: Booksigning at the College of William and Mary Bookstore
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
Duke of Gloucester Street
Colonial Williamsburg, VA

2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
With David L. Justis, M.D. Ph.D., wildlife photographer and author
The authors will present a wildlife slideshow with music and include artifacts,
environmental information and animal puppet characters and recipes from the book.
Grades 3-5, teachers, librarians, parents, grandparents, friends -- all are welcome
Please call: 757-253-4900 for information, directions, and store hours.


June 20 through August 4

Virginia Shakespeare Festival
Phi Beta Kappa Hall
College of William and Mary campus
Williamburg, VA

The Woods of Wicomico
The Woods of Wicomico Teachers' Lesson Guide will be available for purchase

The Virginia Shakespeare Festival store in The Bard's Market
at Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall
The College of William and Mary Campus
601 Jamestown Road
Williamsburg, VA

Tel.: 757-221-2674 (Box Office) for more details
or to purchase tickets to the Virginia Shakespeare Festival

Selected Works

Fiction/Children's Fantasy
Animals gather and hatch a plan to save their woodland home.

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