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Kathryn Aalto is a master storyteller. A landscape historian, garden designer, public speaker & New York Times bestselling author of three books: Nature and Human Intervention (2011), The Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh (2015) & Writing Wild (2020).


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Pam Bruhl from Fort Worth, tx - 03/18/2017 16:49:50

Kathryn is an exuberant,learned,interactive speaker. She spoke at the Fort Worth Garden Club in the Botanic Gardens about The Natural World of Winnie the Pooh. That alone is charming, but she brought it to life with slides of the real habitats of the characters. The audience enjoyed answering her questions and asking questions. She is a delightful speaker.

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Extraordinary Seminar from Extraordinary Speaker

Janet Endsley from Seattle, WA - 03/02/2017 13:18:08

Kathryn Aalto was a Speaker at the 2016 Northwest Flower & Garden Show. I found all of our advance communications in making the arrangements for her appearance/book signings to be warm and gracious. Kathryn is a charming speaker, and really connected with our mostly Northwest gardening audience. They seemed to appreciate her historical stories, and thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful photos of the English plants and landscapes. I would not hesitate to recommend Kathryn for any group wishing to bring in a speaker who is warm, charming, interesting and has a fascinating new and unique story to tell that puts her in a genre all her own for gardening enthusiasts. ~ Janet Endsley, Seminar Manager, Northwest Flower & Garden Show

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Hometown presentation

Kathryn Aalto from California - 02/28/2017 11:37:04

Kathryn came home to central California to present a program in my front room. It wasn't the most convenient of venues, but Kathryn was nimble in the tech setup for her presentation, and gave a wonderful program about her book "The Natural World of Winnie the Pooh". She really made the Hundred Acre Wood come to life in our little walnut orchard in California, and the reception afterward was a true pleasure, when we could visit with Kathryn, ask more questions, and have our books signed. It was a very entertaining afternoon with a very warm and interesting author.

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Real World Connected

Kimble West from Devon UK - 02/28/2017 08:35:35

I have seen Kathryn speak on a number of occasions and helped in a small way with her wonderful book The Natural World of Winnie the Pooh. Her appreciation and sheer love for the complimentary worlds of landscape and art is refreshing and I never leave feeling anything but elated. Live a little - go and see her talk!

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Winnie-the-Pooh and Kathryn Too

Jacki Crawford from Doylestown Pa - 02/27/2017 18:13:44

I ran to my local independent bookstore here in Doylestown Pa after I heard an enchanting segment on All Things Considered (NPR) describing Kathryn's Book on the Hundred Acre Wood. Kathryn happened to be early for her presentation. She kindly autographed copies of her book and we had a heartfelt conversation about family, life, and the Poohsticks Bridge. Kathryn is warm, engaging, and an amazing resource for all things "Garden"...