How to Tell Stories to Children
And Some Stories to TelleBook
The great difference between telling and reading is that the teller is free; the reader is bound. The book in hand, or the wording of it in mind, binds the reader. The story-teller is bound by nothing; he stands or sits, free to watch his audience, free to follow or lead every changing mood, free to use body, eyes, voice, as aids in expression. Even his mind is unbound, because he lets the story come in the words of the moment, being so full of what he has to say...
Publisher: [Auckland, N.Z.] :2009. Floating Press,
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (283 pages)