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Awakening the Hidden Storyteller: How to Build a Storytelling Tradition in…

by Robin Moore

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0877735999, Paperback)

Inside each of us is a natural-born storyteller, waiting to be released. Starting with this simple idea, storyteller Robin Moore guides parents and children in creating, telling, and listening to stories – an activity the whole family can enjoy, using skills they already possess. Through guided exercises, commentary, and telling stories of his own, he demonstrates step by step how to put together and deliver stories drawn from the imagination as well as from personal memories. Robin Moore has been a professional storyteller since 1981. He has presented more than 2,000 storytelling programs at schools, museums, and festivals, and on radio and television. Read by the author.

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