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Folktales aloud: practical advice for playful storytelling
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American Library Association, 2013.
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225 p.
Chapter 1: A Narrative Journey: A Librarian's Tale.

Chapter 2: Storyplay: Ages 3 to 6.

Chapter 3: Cooperation and Community: Ages 6 to 9.

Chapter 4: Surprise and Laughter: Ages 9 to 12.

Chapter 5: Intensity and Honor: Ages 12 to 14.

Chapter 6: Beyond the Legacy: Storytelling Now.

Cover, Title,Folktales aloud: practical advice for playful storytelling--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Contents--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Acknowledgments--References, Appendix, Index,References and Resources; Resources for Researching Folktales and Storytelling--References, Appendix, Index,Storytelling How-and-Why Books--References, Appendix, Index,Folktale Picture Books--References, Appendix, Index,Folktale Collections--References, Appendix, Index,Stories and Storytelling on the Web--References, Appendix, Index,Index.
[Auto Generated] Acknowledgments Folktales Aloud is an offering to those who love and promote storytelling in all its diversity ,especially those who have promoted storytelling in school and public libraries for the last 120-oddyears .They were and are librarians ,storytellers ,collectors ,teachers ,and scholars ,and this book stands on the foundation they created .These individuals —LeClaire Alger ,Augusta Baker ,Pura Belpré,Frances Eunice Bowman ,Sara Cone Bryant ,Mary Gould Davis ,Virginia Haviland ,Alice Kane ,Elizabeth Nesbitt ,Frances Jenkins Olcott ,Margaret Poarch ,Effie Louise Power ,Charlemae Hill Rollins ,Ruth Sawyer ,Frances Clarke Sayers ,Marie Shedlock —held the raw flame of story in their hands and passed it on to the librarian storytellers who ...


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