At my school he spoke to Kinder-2nd. He did a presentation then drew. The students LOVED the drawing. Half were yelling to draw a dog and the other half yelled for a duck. So he drew the head of a dog with a duck body. The students, of course, thought that was hilarious! He also did a Q&A. The first question was "How old are you?" They never could get off the age thing so we stopped the questions.
3rd-5th had "better" questions for him. They were very interested in why it took him a year to write and draw a book. He talked in detail about that.
We have our sessions in the cafeteria. It's the biggest place in our school to have assemblies. But we start lunch at 10:30 with
Pre-k. So when we finished the last session at 10:20 I always help our custodian and lunch ladies set up the tables. Frank is the second author to jump in and help set up tables. It always makes me feel a little bad that they are helping but if I was in their shoes I'd help too, so I never make a big deal about. I just snap a picture and share it on our school Facebook page. As you can see one of our lovely lunch ladies jumped in the picture.
I love collecting books signed by authors and illustrators. I started one for my daughter when she was little and I'm starting one for my nephew too. These are the books I had Frank sign for us.
When we got back to school we took a selfie by our school sign. I asked if we could put "Welcome Frank Cammuso" on our sign. It didn't get done that morning which was really no big deal but when one of the principals realized it they put it up by the time we got back from lunch. Frank found it funny. We did try!
If you're ever looking for an author/illustrator to visit I highly recommend Frank!