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Stories To Play With

by Hiroko Fujita

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For storytellers who are just starting out, it seems appropriate to begin telling to young children. Yet young children present the most difficult audience a storyteller can face. So where does one begin? Simple. With some old newspaper and the story Rain Hat or Mountain Climbing, children will be enthralled at the action of the young hero as you fold and tear and create mountains, hats, fans, and boats right before their very eyes. Or, take a milk carton and make a frog puppet to tell the story ....

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:44:44 -0400)

Presents a collection of stories to tell to young children using hands, puppets, paper, toys, and other simple props.

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