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DVD Review: "Itsy Bitsy Tiger" by Priscilla Howe

Over at, we’re reviewing the latest project from storyteller Priscilla Howe: The Itsy Bitsy Tiger on DVD. You can read the article when you click this link now.

Brieft quote: While Priscilla uses the music and puppets well, she is foremost a storyteller and it shows. This isn’t a puppeteer or a musician using storytelling as a…


Added by Sean Buvala on September 10, 2011 at 12:23pm — No Comments

Storytelling Interview at "The Powerful Patient" on BlogTalk Radio

Hey all,

Here's another interview I did over at BlogTalk radio on the "Powerful Patient" show. She has a reach of about 20,000 listeners, so it's a lot of people to which to speak of storytelling.

About 45 minutes on "communicating with your children" with emphasis on how storytelling is part of that in general and some about my DaddyTeller specifically.…


Added by Sean Buvala on January 16, 2010 at 3:08pm — No Comments

Audio from Radio Interview: Storytelling for Our Children

Come listen in to a radio interview with the director Sean Buvala as he talks about the role of the "dad influence" and the power of storytelling.

Interviewed by Phil Main of in Ontario, Canada. Sean and Phil talk about storytelling in our families, talking to teenagers, the power of speaking a story as well as more…

Added by Sean Buvala on January 12, 2010 at 12:05pm — No Comments

As Ships At Sea

As Ships At Sea

Raising children is a precarious business. I have found great challenges in the everyday and amazement in their far reaching capacity. Always teetering the scales of life, whirlwinds come to batter and we attempt to keep the scale balanced by adding to the other side. Education, arts, athletics, family, travel, on we heap the good seeking balance and elusive peace.

I have been thinking of the peace and balance and my thoughts crossed over to my recent reading of… Continue

Added by Carolyn Stearns on October 1, 2009 at 7:30am — No Comments

"The Mermaid's Purse"

The Mermaid’s Purse

By: Pam Munson Steadman (Lady Amuck, Storyteller), copyright 2004

Once upon a time in the land of nags, pirates, treasure chests, devils, hills, ducks, marshes, beaches, lighthouses and much more, there lived a lovely fair-haired young maiden by the name of Melanie.

Melanie so loved going fishing with her father early each morning. The two of them would get up at dawn and walk down to the edge of the…

Added by Lady Amuck Storyteller on July 16, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

MARIKO, The story of many children who live this way. Willowdown


Mariko - san

A child was born on a rubbish tip. Its mother was the shell of an old broken fridge and her father was a rusty old pick up truck.

Her name was Mariko-san and she had thick black curly hair, golden-brown skin, eyes like glorious stars and a little mouth like a rose-bud.

When she smiled, which was most of the time, her face was a garden of beautiful flowers. When she cried, which was not very often, little silver tears fell from her eyes and watered… Continue

Added by Dorothy Milnes Simm (Seligor) on June 20, 2009 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

76 Episodes of the Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf Show.

Take a listen to your favorite storyteller talk about the art form as only they know it!

Brother Wolf

SWC #076 Bill Lepp - How to Lie and not get Caught.

SWC #075 Loren Niemi - Honoring Elders and Apprentices.

SWC… Continue

Added by Brother Wolf on March 7, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Share the Love of Reading

Our friends over at My Own Book would like to thank you for your vote. With your help they won a $10,000 grant from Best Buy. They will now be able to buy 8,000 books to give to underprivileged kids.

Share the Love of Reading

It is library lovers month! This month My Own Book is hosting a national month long event "Share the Love of Reading". All teens and adults are encouraged to buy a brand new book, read…


Added by Act!vated Story Theatre on February 3, 2009 at 12:28pm — No Comments

7 reasons to Join the Art of Storytelling with Children NING!

In reverse order like a letterman top ten list...

Drum roll please....

7) You love Eric's podcast and want to make him feel accomplished for the hundreds of hours of work he has invested into the Art of Storytelling with Children Podcast.

6) You never heard of Eric or his podcast and feel sorry for him spending hundreds of hours on his… Continue

Added by Brother Wolf on October 13, 2008 at 11:00pm — No Comments

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