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Ready-To-Tell Tales (American Storytelling)

by David Holt

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has great tips. Love 'The Black Prince' and 'Freedom Bird' but would have to adapt both ( )
  LydieR | Mar 22, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0874833817, Paperback)

Anyone who has watched a master storyteller mesmerize an audience without benefit of set, props, or musical score, has wondered: How do they do that? The trick, this anthology tells us, is in the material. And the 40 contributors should know. They are some of America's most popular storytellers, each of them sharing a story guaranteed to work in front of the most demanding audience.

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A multicultural collection of traditional tales contributed by more than forty of America's most experienced storytellers, with tips for telling the stories.

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