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If you would like to discuss how a program by Dave can motivate and inspire students please contact one or more of these individuals.

Stillwater Public Library
Sue Busch
1107 S. Duck
Stillwater, OK 74074


Kassun Elementary School
Amy Dalton
4000 E 68th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99507
(907) 349-9444


Pioneer Library System
Jenny Stenis
225 N Webster Ave
Norman, OK 73069




What others are saying about Dave Titus and his visits to their schools.

Dear Mr. Titus

Thank you for spending time with us teaching string art. What a great way to use learning styles, following directions, and storytelling in one experience!! You have been so patient in your teaching. We appreciate you very much.

Mrs. Jan Murray
Acting Summer School Principal
Mid-Del Schools
Midwest City, Oklahoma


Dear Mr. Titus,

Thank you for showing all of the tricks. I love doing the Spider. The Spider is so fun. My friend Gabby showed me the Witches Broom. I like that one too.

You are so good at doing all of the tricks. I wish I could do every one of them like you.

I bought 9 strings and a book. I have 10 strings since I got one free.

I am so glad you came to our school. I don�t think anyone can do anything with strings better than you can. Thank you so much for coming.

Oklahoma City


Dear David,

So.... Gladys Wood kids are under the string spell & I'm now scheming ways to travel the world & become a storyteller! You've certainly lit a few fires around Anchorage! And they're all good. Thank you so much for rising to the rigorous occasion of dazzling well over 500 kids in one very short day. Please come back! The kids are already asking when that will happen!

Happy tales & travels,
Amy Dalton
Anchorage, AK



Dear Dave,
Through the years of working with children and hosting various guests speakers,
I have never seen such a reaction to a presentation as we saw with yours.  There is something magical about you and the strings!  The kids talked about you long after you were gone. The string books that we purchased from you were shared by many children. The kids could not get enough of them! (They helped each other to understand the string diagrams in the various booklets.  I have never seen such patience and willingness on the part of children to help those who at first had difficulty. No one was left out or left behind.)
Thank you for the lasting gift of goodness that you gave us. I wish you well in all your travels and in your work.
Barbara Sonnenmoser