Video and Audio

Wild Heaven Video and Audio Press Kit for international activist Kari Grady Grossman, author of Bones That Float, A Story of Adopting Cambodia and Executive Director of the Sustainable Schools International (formerly Friends of the Grady Grossman School).



World Action Group welcomed independent author Kari Grady Grossman to Courtenay, British Columbia in Canada on Wednesday, June 18th, 2008. Zac Whyte of World Action Group interviewed Kari and George Grady Grossman after the event.
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"We can right the wrong." Kari Grady Grossman, award winning author of Bones That Float, A Story of Adopting Cambodia, discusses why she wrote the book and how adopting a son ignited her passion to make a difference in her son's birth-country.
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Cambodia and The Grady Grossman School is a short documentary of one mother's mission to support education in Cambodia. Follow the story of Kari Grady Grossman and her husband, George, on their journey to build and support a rural school in their son’s birth country.
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KOMO-TV’s Northwest Afternoon. A 7 minute interview of Kari Grady Grossman on the ABC affiliate in Seattle, WA.
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Author Kari Grady Grossman reads from her book, “Bones That Float, A Story of Adopting Cambodia.” The excerpt helps explain the title.
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WCVE Public Radio’s Angel Limb speaks with author Kari Grady Grossman about her efforts to improve the lives of Cambodia’s children.
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To schedule an interview please call George at 970-690-5289 or email.