Daryl Cobb is an author, musician, singer/songwriter who promotes literacy through creative arts. Daryl's interactive educational show "Teaching Through Creative Arts" is seen by thousands of children and educators around the country each year. This is a unique assembly that mixes live entertainment with information and audience participation; it has been called fun, exciting, inspirational, and by far the best interactive creative writing assembly around.
He brings to each show a unique set of skills, with a background in graphic design, a degree in theater and music, over 25 years of experience in writing and performing, nine published children’s books, and dozens of published children’s songs.
Daryl's published books include "Do Pirates Go To School" "Bill the Bat Baby Sits Bella," "Bill the Bat Finds His Way Home” “Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day,” “Daniel Dinosaur,” "Boy On A Hill" and “Bill the Bat Loves Halloween.”
Most of his written work is specifically for children, some of which was originally created for his own two children as bedtime stories.
Daryl's writing began in college as a Theatre Arts major at Virginia Commonwealth University. He found a freshman writing class inspiring and, combined with his love for music and the guitar, he discovered that he had a talent that would motivate him for years to come.
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Region: New Jersey
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