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How to Tell Stories to Children and Some Stories to Tell By Sara Cone Bryant
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The difference between the true storyteller, bringing a tale to full and vibrant life with her voice and body and gestures, and the parent or teacher who merely reads the same story aloud from a book... More > is, to paraphrase Mark Twain, the difference between lightning and a lightning bug. And no manual of storytelling technique has ever done a better job of defining that difference, and of outlining a step-by-step path anyone can follow to becoming a mesmerizing master weaver of tales, than Sara Cone Bryant's 1916 classic How to Tell Stories to Children. Whether your intended audience is your own children and family, students in a school or daycare center, or even adults (every aspiring preacher, politician, actor and historical reenactment enthusiast should study this book!), the practical techniques shared in How to Tell Stories to Children are sure to boost your confidence and electrify your performance. Includes 33 tales in ready-to-present dramatic storyteller format.< Less
Short Stories for English Courses By Various
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This book does not attempt to select the greatest stories of the time. Nor does it attempt to trace the evolution of the short story or to point out natural types and differences. These topics are... More > better suited to college classes. Its object is threefold: to supply interesting reading belonging to the student's own time, to help them to see that there is no divorce between classic and modern literature, and, by offering material structurally good and typical of the qualities represented, to assist in discriminating between the artistic and the inartistic. Some stories in this book CHRISTMAS NIGHT WITH SATAN John Fox, Jr. WEE WILLIE WINKIE Rudyard Kipling THE GOLD BUG Edgar Allan Poe THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF O. Henry THE FRESHMAN FULL-BACK Ralph D. Paine THE OUTCASTS OF POKER FLAT Francis Bret Harte THE REVOLT OF MOTHER Mary E. Wilkins Freeman QUALITY John Galsworthy THE TRIUMPH OF NIGHT Edith Wharton A MESSENGER Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews MARKHEIM Robert Louis Stevenson.< Less
How to Tell Stories to Children and Some Stories to Tell By Sara Cone Bryant
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The difference between the true storyteller, bringing a tale to full and vibrant life with her voice and body and gestures, and the parent or teacher who merely reads the same story aloud from a book... More > is, to paraphrase Mark Twain, the difference between lightning and a lightning bug. And no manual of storytelling technique has ever done a better job of defining that difference, and of outlining a step-by-step path anyone can follow to becoming a mesmerizing master weaver of tales, than Sara Cone Bryant's 1916 classic How to Tell Stories to Children. Whether your intended audience is your own children and family, students in a school or daycare center, or even adults (every aspiring preacher, politician, actor and historical reenactment enthusiast should study this book!), the practical techniques shared in How to Tell Stories to Children are sure to boost your confidence and electrify your performance. Includes 33 tales in ready-to-present dramatic storyteller format.< Less
3 FROM ME. By Ratna Jalisatgi
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'3 from me' is a book with three different stories. 'Slimmy's Slimy Slammy Search',is about a mommy snail who sets out in search of her newly hatched baby snail.She follows all the slimy trail she... More > comes across. 'A Strawberry Who Called Herself A Fish',is a story about a strawberry who resembles a fish and thinks of herself as a fish.So she dives into the ocean only to be eaten partly by the ocean creatures.She then tries to be in the sky,farm,bug garden and is eaten part by part only to realize in the end that she indeed is one red ripe and juicy strawberry and not a fish. 'Howdy Cloudy',is about a dark cloud laden with water.While others around laugh and make fun of her for not being so fluffy and white as a cloud usually is,Cloudy stays calm and knows her worth.She is dark for a reason.< Less
Pete Sees Bees - A Long E Phonics Reader By Chris Morningforest & Rebecca Raymond
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Pete is a bear who loves sweets. When he see some bees he thinks of honey, one of his favorite sweets. He meets the queen bee, who likes him and he gets his honey. Your young reader can join Pete... More > in this colorful book which focuses on the long E vowel sound. This book, like all our phonics books, has a Look, Listen, and Think page after the story which helps children think about what they just read. There is a fact page about bees and 3 activity pages, as well, for young readers to enjoy. Come join other children around the world as they use our Phonics Series to reinforce their reading skills. Find them on this and other internet sites - search Chris Morningforest. Other phonics books are: Cat and Bug; Dog and Cat; Fat Cat and the Hats; Dan the Man; Mop, Lop, and Bop; Al the Ant; Al and Ben in France; Frog; and many more. Check them out and treat your young learner to some fun.< Less
Kitty Cadawell and the Shadowslayers of Fyrn By Kayla Bashe
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The day after 11 year old Kitty and her family move into a new house, she explores the backyard and suddenly shrinks to the size of a bug. She finds a city of small people living in her backyard.... More > Among them are Paradox, Meriel and Jendy, three friends who let Kitty into their group, “The Three.” Kitty would like to get home, but there are important things to be done. Paradox’s sister, Delight, has been kidnapped by the mysterious Shadowslayers, and Paradox is determined to get her back. The four girls embark on a perilous journey to the Shadowslayers’ city to save Delight… and the entire backyard. But that’s not all they will have to deal with: Jendy is stuck in an enchanted sleep; Paradox can’t stop thinking about Jake; and Kitty’s dad has invited some friends to her house, where they’re sure to find out her secret. Luckily, Kitty and the rest of The Three have their friends to rely on, even if some of those friends are boys, one inch tall, made out of sand, or all of the above!< Less
The Legend of Curly Q Drew & The Message Mistake By Drew Marion Miller
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Based on a true story, you'll giggle and gasp as you follow along with Curly Q Drew, as he discovers that mistakes become lessons that help us learn. For every lesson Curly Q Drew learns, a new curl... More > he earns! Honey, a whimsical and wise bee, tries to put a bug in Drew’s ear when he buzzes by with subtle reminders to bee kind, bee responsible and bee yourself. But Honey’s efforts often go unnoticed, as evidenced by Curly Q Drew’s overwhelming amount of wild, curly hair. Though Curly Q Drew learns a lesson only after making a mistake, he is quite proud of his accomplishment. To share his newfound knowledge, Drew uses his love of art, inspiration from his cat, Outside Kitty, and his two dogs, Dilly and Dally, to create his own comics. Recollected and written by none other than the real-life Curly Q Drew himself, now 11 years old; Drew is also the artist and illustrator behind Honey, Outside Kitty, Dilly and Dally. Children and families are sure to enjoy this timeless storybook full of lessons and humor!< Less
The Legend of Curly Q Drew & The Message Mistake By Drew Marion Miller
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Based on a true story, you'll giggle and gasp as you follow along with Curly Q Drew, as he discovers that mistakes become lessons that help us learn. For every lesson Curly Q Drew learns, a new curl... More > he earns! Honey, a whimsical and wise bee, tries to put a bug in Drew’s ear when he buzzes by with subtle reminders to bee kind, bee responsible and bee yourself. But Honey’s efforts often go unnoticed, as evidenced by Curly Q Drew’s overwhelming amount of wild, curly hair. Though Curly Q Drew learns a lesson only after making a mistake, he is quite proud of his accomplishment. To share his newfound knowledge, Drew uses his love of art, inspiration from his cat, Outside Kitty, and his two dogs, Dilly and Dally, to create his own comics. Recollected and written by none other than the real-life Curly Q Drew himself, now 11 years old; Drew is also the artist and illustrator behind Honey, Outside Kitty, Dilly and Dally. Children and families are sure to enjoy this timeless storybook full of lessons and humor!< Less
Bees Like Flowers By Rebecca Bielawski
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Watch our happy, helpful friend the Honey Bee, always so busy and buzzy and find out why bees and flowers are such good friends. Illustrations using vivid colours include many real flower species... More > which children may recognise from their garden or have seen growing in the wild, 3 of them are named at the end of the book too. The narrator shows us what these fascinating bugs have been getting up to in her garden.-- PAGES: 26 -- WORDS: 262 -- LEVEL: Preschool to 6yrs -- Other books in the series: Meet Bacteria! Travelling Seeds --- MUMMY NATURE series – nurturing children's curiosity -- Each book in the series is one mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme. These books are intended for very young children including toddlers and will give them just a glimpse into some of the wonders of the natural world. Illustrated for maximum vibrancy and visual impact, using rhyme to engage young minds and encourage participation. Read the rhymes to your children and soon they will be reading them to you!< Less
Kitty Cadawell and the Shadowslayers of Fyrn By Kayla Bashe
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The day after 11 year old Kitty and her family move into a new house, she explores the backyard and suddenly shrinks to the size of a bug. She finds a city of small people living in her backyard.... More > Among them are Paradox, Meriel and Jendy, three friends who let Kitty into their group, “The Three.” Kitty would like to get home, but there are important things to be done. Paradox’s sister, Delight, has been kidnapped by the mysterious Shadowslayers, and Paradox is determined to get her back. The four girls embark on a perilous journey to the Shadowslayers’ city to save Delight… and the entire backyard. But that’s not all they will have to deal with: Jendy is stuck in an enchanted sleep; Paradox can’t stop thinking about Jake; and Kitty’s dad has invited some friends to her house, where they’re sure to find out her secret. Luckily, Kitty and the rest of The Three have their friends to rely on, even if some of those friends are boys, one inch tall, made out of sand, or all of the above!< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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