Sara Cone Bryant is the author of How to Tell Stories To Children, Stories to tell the littlest ones. Bryant begins with suggestions on how to be a good storyteller. Bryant discusses the difference between telling a story and reading aloud. She believes telling is superior. She then covers the qualities of a good story and what children consider a ...
Sara Cone Bryant is the author of How to Tell Stories To Children, Stories to tell the littlest ones. Bryant begins with suggestions on how to be a good storyteller. Bryant discusses the difference between telling a story and reading aloud. She believes telling is superior. She then covers the qualities of a good story and what children consider a good story. The following sections give suggestions of stories by grade levels.
Fair Condition. No Dust Jacket. 260 pages. Some wear and discoloring to the blue covers; cracked hinges; yellowed pages; a good reading copy. Chapters include The Purpose of Story Telling in School; Selection of Stories to Tell; Adaptation of Stories for Telling; How to Tell the Story; Some Specific Schoolroom Uses; second half of the book include stories. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Reference; Inventory No: 126728.
Very good. Appearance of only slight previous use. Cover and binding show a little wear. All pages are undamaged with potentially only a few, small markings. Help save a tree. Buy all your used books from Thriftbooks. Read. Recycle and Reuse.
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Fair. With Silhouettes. 260 pages. Hardcover. Ex-Library book with typical library markings. Pages are flat and unmarked. Cover is heavily worn. No D/J, binding is tight. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
Good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Paper edges worn. Board separated at front, inside. xxi, 260 p.; 18 cm. A few pages of silhouette illustrations. Blue cloth covered boards. 5pgs publisher ads at back. Era of revival in storyteller's art (different than reading out loud). Purpose; selection; adaptation; methods; schoolroom uses; then selected stories by age group, kindergarten through Grade 5; bibliography.
(xxi) 260 pages, sources for story tellers, nine pages b/w silhouettes, 12mo, green cloth, pictorial front cover. Good-, cover soil, spine ends frayed, name/date, one plate loose and laid in, a few others partially loose, soil marks some pages; no dust jacket.
Very Good. Book is actually New received directly from publisher, but it has received some damage in shipping primarily to the lower bottom corner affecting maybe the first 20 pages-this is not a major distraction.
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