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How to Tell Stories to Children and Some Stories to Tell
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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
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