Shows how to incorporate storytelling into your daily routine.
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Lisa Lipkin is a storyteller who has toured nationally and internationally. Her stories and articles have appeared in numerous publications. She lives in New York City.From Library Journal:
The oral tradition is an endangered one. Given the distractions of television, computers, and computer games, children are especially prone to self-containment. Offering over 100 activities, New York City-based storyteller Lipkin teaches parents how to incorporate stories into their three- to ten-year-olds' lives, thereby teaching family history, moral lessons, and a heightened sense of identity and belonging. Each of the eight chapters includes examples of stories and methods parents can use. Lipkin shows how to integrate storytelling into everyday activities, share family history, read a story, and create a story. Readers are also instructed in taking the scare out of ghost stories, retelling Bible stories, and recounting stories about childhood issues (e.g., a new sibling, fear of the dark) and those that reinforce positive behavior. This work's easy-to-do activities will lead parents to find yarns in ordinary events and spur their children's imaginations. Recommended for public libraries.DKay Brodie, Chesapeake Coll., Wye Mills, MD
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Descripción W. W. Norton & Company, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P11039304775X