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- LET’S THROW STORIES: Folktale adaptations rooted in African and African American storytelling traditions (for all ages).
- RABBIT TALES RETOLD: Tales of the trickster hero, from Lyn’s storytelling family (for all ages).
- FORTUNATE FOOLS: Noodleheads and fortunate fools like Janie, Jack, and Juan Bobo in wise yet funny folktales from many places (for all ages).
- FROM AESOP TO ZORA: STEWPOT STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD: folktale adaptations from many places and many faces (for all ages).
- TALES OF EARTH, SEA, AND SKY: Folktales and fiction that lead to an interest in the facts (elementary-school grade levels).
- TELL IT! FOLKTALES TO COMPARE: A special program of multicultural, transcultural folktales for high school classrooms to enjoy and discuss.
- LET ME FLY: Legends and stories from the paths of the Underground Railroad (adaptable for grade 3 to adult audiences).
- SPOOKERS AND HAINTS: from gentle, silly stories for young ears to strange and creepy tales for the mature listener, according to your needs (unique programs for various age and grade levels).
- A GIFT OF STORIES: tales for all ages, for your holiday season programming.
- PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS!
Affrilachian Folktales - African American folktales, fables, and fool tales, from the hills and valleys of Appalachia. Humor and heart in stories rooted in my family's storytelling traditions
Turtle-shell Tales - African and African American tales of the folksy and fabled turtle or tortoise. Silly stories include rhythm and rhyme, a little history, and a lot of heart.
Let's Have a Story - A version of my "Let's Throw Stories" program, prepped specifically for younger audiences, grades Pre-K - 2. Highly interactive versions of African and Affrilachian folktales about critters like Rabbit, Turtle, Frog, Bear, Fox, Wolf, and Spider, geared to little ones and the big folks who love them.
How?Why?Huh??? Animal Pourquoi Tales - For elementary school-aged participants and writing sessions, a collection of diverse animal folktales about how some critters came to be the way they are.