Tell Me a Tale: A Book about Storytelling

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Tell Me a Tale: A Book about Storytelling

Author: Joseph Bruchac

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Book description:
Stories connect us to one another and explain who we are, where we’ve been, and where we’re going. Joseph Bruchac told his first story when he was twelve years old. Here he shares his life through story–and encourages all to discover the stories within. Fourteen stories from around the world are included, along with more than thirty activities to start even the youngest storytellers on their way.

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