People are talking about Sue Young...

"Thanks so much again for your spectacular performance at Evergreen. We all loved it and are still talking about it!"
Janna Wood
Evergreen Elementary
Shelton, Washington

Ms. Young is clearly experienced in working with children and understands how to communicate with pre-schoolers and elementary level students. She is both a polished performer and an educator - a combination which makes her truly well qualified to work as an artist-in -the-schools.

Melissa Javors
St. Luke's Episcopal School
San Antonio, Texas

It was fascinating to watch her completely captivate the (English speaking) audience as she skillfully wove the Spanish translations into all of her stories.
Marie M West
Youth Specialist
North Loop Public Library
Austin, Texas

…a very valuable bilingual performer…enthusiastically received by our young patrons.

Elissa Ballesteros
Branch Manager
Riverside Public Library
Austin, Texas

Her audience size ranged from 40 to 800. She performed in two diverse locations and was able to adapt her program to the audience size. The audience participation was great and her warm, quiet personality worked like magic with the kids.

Gail Van Zanten
The Woodlands Living Arts Council
The Woodlands, Texas

"…the best participation we've ever had from our bilingual Pre-K and Kindergartners."

Regency Place Elementary
San Antonio, Texas

"She touches people's lives."

Audience member
1894 Grand Opera House
Galveston, TX

"Thank you so much for your fabulous program. The children really enjoyed the songs and stories. They especially liked the audience participation."

Cindy Ferguson
McDougle Elementary
Houston, Texas

"Dear Ms. Young,
Thank you for telling us a story and for teaching us some Spanish also. I loved the part about The Tiger and The Armadillo. I also loved the part when we were in story like when we were the bees, mosquitos, wasps. I loved the songs you sang. The Legend of the Quetzal was fantastic to my family because I told it to them. My sister and I both loved your songs and stories."

3rd Grade
McDougle Elementary
Houston, Texas
"I liked that we got to sing 'La Bamba,'... it was actually pretty cool to see adults having fun."
Felicity Quiñones
5th Grade
Juan Linn Elementary
Victoria, Texas