When most people hear the words Storytelling or Storyteller, they think children.
While it's true that a great deal of storytelling is done with and for children, storytelling is and has always been for everyone, no matter the age.
Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of entertainment.
And storytelling/stories are widely used for teaching especially in literacy and English as a second language classes.
Why? Because stories involve, inform and transform.
Stories can be agents of social change.
Sometimes the moral or lesson of the story can be subtle or not so subtle but it is always there.
Storytelling is not "just for kids". Everyone needs a good story.
Leaving the "Grim" in Grimm's Fairy Tales - Sure you've heard the story of The Twelve Dancing Princesses or Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid but do you know what really happened?? Listen to these stories and others the way they were written. Stories take you from the familiar to the unfamiliar.
Promoting Peace - Stories and songs about Caring, Friendship, Cooperation, Consideration, Patience and Peace.
Let's Get Together! - Tales of unity, strength, working together as a community and family
Now That's a Story!! - What happens when you don't share a story or when you think you don't have a story to tell??? Listen to stories about Storytellers and Story Listeners.
Brer Rabbit and Friends - Tales of the Original "Rascally Rabbit" and all of his animal friends.
Pumpkins! Pumpkins! Pumpkins! - Tales of huge pumpkins, pumpkin children and mysterious pumpkin shells. Perfect for the holidays season.