DOYLESTOWN, Pa., USA -- As a boy growing up in central Pennsylvania. Robin Moore found Christmas and family storytelling so intertwined that he couldn't separate them. Moore offers tips for enrichening holiday traditions of any faith with family storytelling in today's issue of The Storyteller and the Listener Online.
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The Storyteller and the Listener Online, a noncommercial newsletter, publishes guest essays on the role of story and narrative in peacemaking, healing, bridge building and reconciliation in the community. Propose an essay at email@example.com
Holly Stevens, editorThe Storyteller and the Listener Onlinehttp://storyteller-and-listener.blog-city.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOak Ridge, North Carolina, USA(336) 643-5947
This announcement is being shared with a storytelling listserv I belong to as well as a carefully selected handful of blog sites that seem to focus on family storytelling traditions during this time of year. I don't expect responses but will gladly reply to anyone who chooses to email me back. -- Holly Stevens
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
How did Stephanie fit all those puppet characters into one old mitten? The preschoolers were amazed as first a mouse, then a frog and an owl and a rabbit and a fox and a wolf and a great big bear squeezed inside. They really did go in. We all saw their feet and tails disappear. Then the tiny ladybug came creeeping up....put just one teeeny tiny toe inside.... and.... KABOOM!
Puppets flew out into the audience in all directions! Kids squealed and scrambled to catch them, causing temporary chaos.
It was a hard act to follow, Stephanie.