Creative Storytelling: Choosing, Inventing, and Sharing Tales for Children
This book is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide that tells readers about the following aspects of storytelling: sources & types of stories; how to gear stories toward children of different ages & interests; techniques for remembering & adapting stories; & how to utilize personal experiences to create new stories. Provides specific tips on tone, pacing, & atmosphere; examines how storytelling leads to a wide range of other creative activities; & features a new section on storytelling & environmentalism, with information on creating stories that foster environmental awareness.
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