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Storytelling for the Fun of It: A Handbook for Children

by Vivian Dubrovin

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This book helps young storytellers find the right story to tell at campouts, slumber parties, workshops, and family gatherings. It tells kids how to create their own tales to use while traveling in the car or babysitting. Find tips to help learn, practice and tell stories. Get ideas for using costumes, puppets, music, and crafts. Discover the fun of storytelling parties. Learn how to start a storytelling club. Organize a junior storytelling festival.

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A how-to manual for older children to find and tell appropriate stories for campouts, slumber parties, babysitting, etc.

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