Kari Ann Ramadorai

My passions are books, research, and sharing hands-on lessons. Using my abilities to their fullest and running all-out on my latest reading and writing passion fills my life. I bring the youngest learners a love for literature and science. I’m a science fiction and fantasy writer and an early childhood specialist who focuses on all aspects of media curriculum. Like so many in this decade, I wear a lot of hats. Some are fancy, some exotic-looking and covered in science paraphernalia for the classroom, others have barn dust from my home-life caring for horses and other critters.

Science and science fiction

Communicating science can change the world. We’re bringing the concept of possibilities and how to evaluate experiences and content to those who have not experienced something before that interaction. Teaching critical thinking and scientific process to children will bring a new generation of thinkers into our work force. Using science fiction and popular entertainment as medium to communicate philosophical arguments without bias and key scientific concepts will better inform our population. For generations science fiction has been a medium to communication real science and social issues with open minds.

Library Media Specilization

Looking at the available media in the Early Childhood library from a child-centric point of view changes your organization priorities. Dewey lite classification helps children and busy teachers. Teachers need curriculum-filling information and for their librarian to have a list of go-to, inclusive stories for life-lessons, too, not to mention a fact-based sicence section with hands-on lessons for the children.

Early Childhood Education Blog

Sharing my lessons, thoughts, and experiences with the Early Childhood Education world because we build leaders, scientists, and other free thinkers early with our guidance. I work part time as the school librarian and media specialist, so look forward to resources for curriculum and social and emotional development.

Writing Blog

Updates and musings on my fictional life and work. Learn with me as I explore writing and try new courses and programs to perfect my fiction writing skills.  Also the news on current projects and being a part-time indie author.

The Library

Find all the fiction, nonfiction, and recommendations I’m making on my blog in one convenient location: the library. When I suggest a book or feature it on my blog, that is a book that I’ve used and believe in. Through these affiliate links, you’re supporting me and my work in bringing more quality media content to every child – and my own writing.

I’m a writer and Early Childhood Education specialist Kari Ann Ramadorai. My fiction bring together the science I love and faerie tales. I’m also an early childhood-specializing school librarian who spends her days reading children’s fiction and designing curriculum. I love reading and sharing my finds and lessons almost as much as I love researching science and technology and then putting characters into awkward situations with it. Check out the blog for more information, or the shop for my work and recommended children’s reading.

What’s a President?

As an Early Childhood professional, I see many children. Sometimes they say things that I think I understand, only to learn that I was way off base. Recently a child came to the library and wanted to find a book about the president. I know that many people would walk...

Carl Sagan

Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge. -Carl Sagan Carl Sagan was an astronomer in the United States who was known for communicating science to people of in all walks of life. He may be best known today for his books and for...

Backups and Brain-space

This week was back to fiction time, a habit I’m trying to get into. Using the  Pomodoro Technique, where you work for 20 minutes and then take 5 minutes off, I’m trying to make jumping back into fiction writing less scary. Well, scary speaking from an imposter...


“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” -John Steinbeck Winter Solstice for the Northern Hemisphere  is the day the sun reaches it’s farthest southern point. (This is the day they celebrate Summer...

Focusing on the Blog

As you know, I work in education. My hobby, writing, is something I hope to grow into over time. I call it a hobby because the time and money I put into writing at this point moves around my day job and does not break even in book sales. So what's an early childhood...

When They’re Alone

Talk about a month. November is usually a month we have too much going on to keep up with everything. The children are excited for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday and know that their winter celebrations are just around the corner, and often we're hosting a book fair....

What’s Montessori Library?

This is our first week of school, and I’m a Montessori school librarian, specializing in early childhood. What does Montessori have to do with it? The majority of Montessori students are in the first plane of development, between two and a half years and six. These...

Kari Ann Ramadorai

Kari Ann Ramadorai


Kari Ann Ramadorai got her Masters of Science in Early Childhood education, and has been writing fiction since 2012. She’s looking to expand teacher content knowledge through sharing her own experiences and lesson plans and to wow you with some SFF writing.

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In order to provide as comprehensive an experience as possible, I’ve started a store with games and books that I actually use an play on Aerobook. This is a publisher’s webstore affiliate that avoids Amazon and provides you with exactly the books and games that I’ve used in my lesson plans and blog. Thank you for your support when you visit.

I hope you find the lessons, ideas, and storys helpful. If you have a lesson you’d like to share or an idea I should follow up on, contact me and share your thoughts. My writing journey has been a long one, starting with a dream and continuing through my professional development in the early childhood field. I love science fiction and fantasy, but writing is a long and lonely process. You’re welcome to join me on my journey thorugh the writing blog or on twitter. As with every writer, hearing that you appreciate my work keeps me going. Thank you for visiting. I hope to see you again soon.