Creating a Family Storytelling Tradition: Awakening the Hidden Storyteller
Moore focuses on telling stories at home with the family. He guides the reader through a series of "voyages" -- journeys in the imagination -- that help assemble a storyteller's tool kit from inner (memory, imagination, and visualization) and outer (voice, gesture, and movement) tools. Moore emphasizes locating, selecting, and preparing story sources.
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