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    The Natural Storyteller: Wildlife Tales for Telling

    £19.99
    Helps children become natural storytellers with 49 stories for retelling. Packed with worldwide stories rooted in and about nature, includes Story maps to help readers retell stories and create their own. A brilliant book for educators and families, as well as for children.
    ISBN: 9781907359804
    AuthorGeorgiana Keable
    Pub Date07/09/2017
    BindingPaperback
    Pages272
    Availability: In Stock

    Georgiana Keable introduces us to a staggering wealth of world stories all about nature and our role as humans in it. These are traditional stories that have stood the test of time. They often speak of something universal or enduring about our experience and relationship with nature. Culturally diverse and all told with great energy and panache, the stories will engage young readers and encourage them to become natural storytellers.



    The book includes several storymaps to help the reader think visually about stories as well as other ways to remember the different stages that make up each tale. The author also reflects on the heart of each tale, what it's about, and whether there is a way the reader can turn their own experience into a story. Each section has a practical activity that can be undertaken individually or as a group.



    The author's message is clear: the resources needed for Natural Storytelling are abundantly around us - nature and our imagination.

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    Georgiana Keable introduces us to a staggering wealth of world stories all about nature and our role as humans in it. These are traditional stories that have stood the test of time. They often speak of something universal or enduring about our experience and relationship with nature. Culturally diverse and all told with great energy and panache, the stories will engage young readers and encourage them to become natural storytellers.



    The book includes several storymaps to help the reader think visually about stories as well as other ways to remember the different stages that make up each tale. The author also reflects on the heart of each tale, what it's about, and whether there is a way the reader can turn their own experience into a story. Each section has a practical activity that can be undertaken individually or as a group.



    The author's message is clear: the resources needed for Natural Storytelling are abundantly around us - nature and our imagination.