Restoring the Art of Storytelling in the Home
An excerpt from the Introduction: "My group of mentors and trainers is comprised of about twenty-five new storytelling friends of a hundred years ago. I carefully studied their writings and have tried to assimilate and pass along the wisdom I learned from them. Many of the ideas cannot be attributed to a single writer but rather to many of them. I suggest you conduct your own experiments to verify their words. Apply the principles learned and see from your own experience -- your own story-- if they are true and correct.
"While storytelling has seen a new revival in the last thirty to forty years, it has yet to reach where it can do the most good--the home...
"May there be a new revival in the art of storytelling among mothers and fathers, grandparents, aunts and uncles who have guardianship over the hearts of our rising generation... Two things have been lacking--a beginner's guide to using the art of home and access to simple stories that work well for telling. I hope this book can fill that need."
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Paperback 5.5x8.5 373 pp.