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Twenty Tellable Tales: Audience Participation Folktales for the Beginning…

by Margaret Read MacDonald

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An excellent source book for storytellers, particularly those just starting out. McDonald also includes tips on how to get started as a storyteller although these are expanded in much more depth in her Storyteller's Start-Up Book. ( )
  JenJ. | Mar 31, 2013 |
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"With this classic storybook. revitalized for a new generation of storytellers, master storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald shares twenty timeless, easy-to-learn tales for the beginning storyteller. Borrowing story lines from across cultures, MacDonald adapts folktales with chants, songs, and repeating lines, making them both easy to remember for the teller and enjoyable for the listener." "This revised edition includes twenty-five pages of bibliographic material and author commentary covering story collections, sources for researching tale variants and origins, and recommended picture books and videotapes as a starting point for finding the best tales for your style and audience. A must-have for school and public librarians, teachers, parents, and any folktale or storytelling aficionado, Twenty Tellable Tales gives beginning tellers a place to start to find their own voice. Even the most inexperienced storyteller can sound like a pro using the techniques outlined in this proven resource."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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