Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
At the end of the blog you will also find links to all of the columns from 2007 – 2017. At the time they were posted all of the links were active. If you find a dead link please let me know and I will do my best to find the updated source. I hope you find something fabulous and fun! As always, I appreciate any comments you wish to share.
Stor e Telling Fall 2018: Storytelling and Empathy
The theme for this issue was storytelling and empathy, both are greatly needed in our current climate. You will also find additional stories about the glorious pumpkins that dot the fall landscape, candle tales to celebrate the Feast of Saint Ambrose.
Stor e Telling Summer 2018: Storytelling Traditions Around the World
Many of us are familiar with The Moth and StoryCorp but what about some of the other ancient forms of storytelling? In this blog post you will read about a few of the fascinating and different traditions from around the world to complement the issue's theme. You will also find stories to celebrate Be An Angel Day on August 22 so get ready to fly with these new tales.
Stor e Telling Spring 2018: Storytelling World
Unwrap some fun and fabulous resources to love and add to your repertoire. The theme was Storytelling World so you will find tales from many cultures. There are also legends to savor on Tea for Two Tuesday on March 21, Noodlehead tales to tickle your funny bone for International Moment of Laughter Day on April 14, and folktales for Bat Appreciation Day on April 17.
This link will take you to a previous blog post with all of my Stor e Telling columns from 2007-2017.
1001 Nights to 2001 Story Resources V: Stor e Telling 2017
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