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Tcha Tee Man Wi

March 6-8, 2014
Tenth Annual Tcha Tee Man Wi Storytelling Festival
Corvallis & Albany, Oregon

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Inspired by the year’s festival, Corvallis-Benton County Library has been bulking-up its collection, and local booksellers are stocking up. Some of the books will be available at this year’s Tcha Tee Man Wi performances.

Following are some excellent Storytelling books:

  • Joel ben Izzy books and tapes, including “The Beggar King", "The Secret of Happiness”, "Buried Treasure", "Green Hand and Other Ghostly Tales From Around the World", and "Lights & Laughter: Joel ben Izzy Hanukkah Tales"

    Regina Carpenter: "Unanana the Elephant"

  • The storyteller's start-up book: finding, learning, performing, and using folktales including twelve tellable tales / Margaret Read MacDonald

  • Twenty tellable tales: audience participation folktales for the beginning storyteller / Margaret Read MacDonald

  • Earth care: world folktales to talk about / [compiled] by Margaret Read MacDonald

  • Peace tales: world folktales to talk about / [compiled] by Margaret Read MacDonald

  • The moral of the story: folktales for character development / Bobby & Sherry Norfolk

  • Ready-to-tell tales : sure-fire stories from America's favorite storytellers / edited by David Holt and Bill Mooney.

  • More ready-to-tell tales from around the world / edited by David Holt and Bill Mooney.

  • Wonder tales from around the world / Heather Forest

Below is a bibliography available
at the Corvallis-Benton County Library.
Listed are books about the art of Storytelling and books, CDs, and videos full of wonderful stories. Check them out to enhance your enjoyment and skills.

Materials are located in the
Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
.

 

Books for Adults - return to menu
Title
Call Number
Art of storytelling: creative ideas for preparation and performance 808.5432 Cassady
Best loved stories told at the National Storytelling Festival 398.2 Best
Bringing the story home: the complete guide to storytelling for parents 649.58 Lipkin
Folklore of world holidays Ref. 394.26 Folklore
Ghost stories from the Pacific Northwest 398.2097 Macdonald
I remember when: activity ideas to help people reminisce 305.26 Thorsheim
Inviting the wolf in: thinking about the difficult story 808.54301 Niemi
Jackie tales: the magic of creating stories and the art of telling them 808.543 Torrence
Spirituality of imperfection: storytelling and the journey to wholeness 291.4 Kurtz
Storyteller: the classic that heralded America’s storytelling revival 808.543 Ross
Storyteller’s start-up book: finding, learning, performing, and using folktales including twelve tellable tales 372.642 Macdonald
Tell me a story: creating bedtime tales your children will dream on 808.068 Collins
Books for Children - return to menu
Title
Call Number
Campfire stories: things that go bump in the night J398.25 Forgey
Caroline Feller Bauer’s new handbook for storytellers: with stories, poems, magic and more J372.642 Bauer
Clever folk: tales of wisdom, wit, and wonder J398.2 Kronberg
Creative storytelling: choosing, inventing, and sharing tales for children J372.642 Maguire
Earth care: world folktales to talk about J398.2 Earth
Every child a storyteller: a handbook of ideas J808.543 Kinghorn
Family storytelling handbook: how to use stories, anecdotes, rhymes, handkerchiefs, paper, and other objects to enrich your family traditions J371.3 Pellowsk
Flannel board storytelling book J371.3 Sierra
Handbook for storytellers J371.3 Bauer
How & why stories: world tales kids can read & tell J398.2 How
Listen! And help tell the story J371.3 Carlson
More ready-to-tell tales from around the world J398.2 More
Multicultural folktales for the feltboard and readers’ theater J398.2 Sierra
Noodlehead stories: world tales kids can read & tell J398.2 Noodle
The ordinary and the fabulous: an introduction to myths, legends and fairy tales for teachers and storytellers J028.5 Cook
Peace tales : world folktales to talk about J398.2 Peace
Ready-to-tell tales: sure-fire stories from America’s favorite storytellers J398.2097 Ready
Silly & siller: read aloud tales from around the world J398.2 Sierra
Spinning tales, weaving hope: stories of peace, justice & the environment J372.677 Spinning
Storyteller’s sourcebook: a subject, title, and motif index to folklore collections for children JREF 016.3 Macdonald
Storytelling adventures: stories kids can tell J372.677 Dubrovin
Storytelling encyclopedia: historical, cultural, and multiethnic approaches to oral traditions around the world JREF 808.543 Storytelling
Storytelling games: creative activities for language, communication, and composition across the curriculum J372.62 Lipman
Storytelling activities J372.64 Livo
Storytelling: art and technique J371.3 Baker
Storytelling folklore sourcebook JREF 808.543 Livo
Storytelling for young adults: techniques and treasury 027.6251 de Vos
Storytelling handbook: a young people’s collection of unusual tales and helpful hints on how to tell them J372.642 Pellowski
Storytelling: process and practice J372.64 Livo
Sweet land of story: thirty-six American tales to tell J372.642 Griffin
Tales as tools: the power of story in the classroom J372.642 National
Tales for telling: from around the world J398.2 Tales
Twenty tellable tales: audience participation folktales for the beginning storyteller J027.8222 Macdonald
Way of the storyteller J371.3 Sawyer
Audiovisuals - return to menu
Title
Call Number
American storytelling Vol. 1-4 Video 808.543 American
Storytelling: learning and sharing with Sandy Jenkins Video 372.642 Storytel
Strength through story: non-violent means told by teens YA Cass 808.543 Strength
Audiovisual Materials for Adults - return to menu
Title
Call Number
Anansi time with Bobby Norfolk J Cass 398.2452 Norfolk
Bobby Norfolk spins timeless tales J Cass 398.2 Norfolk
Cockroach party! Lively stories from around the world J CD 398.2 Macdonald
Patchwork quilt & other stories from around the world J Cass 398.2 Kennedy
Stories in my pocket: tales kids can tell J Cass 398.2 Beauty
Tell me a story J Video 398.2 Tell
Word pictures: storytelling with Mark Lewis J Video 398.2 Word
Websites - return to menu
Website
URL
International Storytelling Center www.storytellingcenter.com
National Public Radio’s Story Corps Project -
A national oral history project, recording the personal stories of everyday Americans
www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1475619
National Storytelling Network www.storynet.org

 


 

Sponsors and Supporters

The Wonderkeepers Storytelling Guild would like to thank our sponsors and supporters for the 2014 Tcha Tee Man Wi Storytelling Festival:

 

Our Much Appreciated Anonymous Donors

Benton County Cultural Coalition
Benton County Cultural Coalition

Albany Public Library
Albany Public Library

Corvallis Public Library
Corvallis Benton County Public Library

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis

National Storytelling Network
National Storytelling Network

Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center
Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center

Albany United Presbyterian Church

 

 

If you would like to join us as a sponsor of the Tcha Tee Man Wi Storytelling Festival,
please contact the WonderKeepers Storytelling Guild

 

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