Storytelling: Art and Technique

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Bowker, 1987 - Literary Criticism - 182 pages
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Surveys the history of storytelling as practiced in United States libraries and offers practical guidelines for selecting material, preparing oneself and one's audience, presenting stories, planning programs, and meeting the needs of handicapped children

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This was the required textbook for a storytelling class of mine. I am a library school student. I will be keeping this one and referring to it. Easy to read and will surve as a great reference for me professionally. Read full review

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Contents

BACKGROUND
1
PURPOSE AND VALUES OF STORYTELLING
18
SELECTION
27
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

ELLIN GREENE, former Associate Professor at the University of Chicago Graduate School, is a nationally and internationally known storyteller, lecturer, workshop leader, and conference director.

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