The Story Vine: A Source Book of Unusual and Easy-To-Tell Stories from Around the World

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Macmillan, 1984 - Education - 116 pages
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An unusual collection of stories, each of which requires the storyteller to use string, nesting dolls, sand painting, drawings or musical instruments. Accompanied with step-by-step instructions and line illustrations for each suggestion.

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User Review  - eviltammy - LibraryThing

A variety of stories from around the world told using different methods such as string stories, draw and tell stories, nesting dolls, and others. Fascinating and informative. Would be great with several areas of a curriculum - and just for fun. Read full review


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About the author (1984)

ANNE PELLOWSKI a former librarian from New York Public Library, and a renowned storyteller and author, has published such titles as The Story Vine, World of Children's Stories, Family Storytelling Handbook, and others. She performs and conducts storytelling workshops around the world. Drawing stories are among those most requested by librarians and teachers. She received the 2005 National Storytelling Network Oracle Award--Lifetime Achievement Award.

Sweat is a painter as well as a well-known illustrator.

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