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Stories to Tell to Children   By: (1873-)

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Stories to Tell to Children is a delightful collection of tales that transports readers into a world of imagination and wonder. Penned by Sara Cone Bryant, this enchanting book captivates both young and old with its timeless stories that can be shared with children.

Bryant's storytelling prowess shines throughout the pages, as she expertly crafts narratives that bring characters to life and capture the attention of young minds. Each story is carefully structured, allowing for an engaging and immersive reading experience. From folklore and fables to tales of adventure and fantasy, Bryant covers a wide range of themes, ensuring there is something to pique the interest of every child.

One aspect that sets Stories to Tell to Children apart is its accessibility. Bryant's writing is clear and concise, making it suitable for children of various ages. The language is simple enough for younger readers to comprehend, while still offering enough depth to keep older children entertained. Furthermore, the stories are short enough to be read in one sitting, making it an excellent choice for bedtime stories or on-the-go entertainment.

The assortment of tales in this collection is diverse and well-curated. Bryant includes traditional stories from various cultures around the world, introducing readers to different customs and traditions. The book also features original stories penned by the author herself, which exemplifies her creativity and imagination.

Additionally, the illustrations throughout the book further enhance the storytelling experience. Whimsical and vibrant, these visuals help bring the characters and settings to life, sparking the reader's imagination and immersing them in the story.

As a parent or educator, Stories to Tell to Children offers a valuable resource for nurturing a love of reading in young minds. It provides an opportunity to engage with children, encouraging them to listen, imagine, and participate in the magic of storytelling. Furthermore, the book serves as a platform for important discussions, allowing adults to explore moral and ethical lessons with children through the narratives presented.

Overall, Stories to Tell to Children is a delightful book that will surely become a cherished addition to any child's library. With its captivating stories, accessible language, and beautiful illustrations, Sara Cone Bryant invites readers of all ages to embark on enchanting journeys that will ignite the imagination and instill a lifelong love for the written word.

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Stories to Tell to Children

by

Sara Cone Bryant

CONTENTS

SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR THE STORY TELLER STORIES FOR REPRODUCTION STORY TELLING IN TEACHING ENGLISH TWO LITTLE RIDDLES IN RHYME THE LITTLE PINK ROSE THE COCK A DOO DLE DOO THE CLOUD THE LITTLE RED HEN THE GINGERBREAD MAN THE LITTLE JACKALS AND THE LION THE COUNTRY MOUSE AND THE CITY MOUSE LITTLE JACK ROLLAROUND HOW BROTHER RABBIT FOOLED THE WHALE AND THE ELEPHANT THE LITTLE HALF CHICK THE LAMBIKIN THE BLACKBERRY BUSH THE FAIRIES THE ADVENTURES OF THE LITTLE FIELD MOUSE ANOTHER LITTLE RED HEN THE STORY OF THE LITTLE RID HIN THE STORY OF EPAMINONDAS AND HIS AUNTIE THE BOY WHO CRIED "WOLF!" THE FROG KING THE SUN AND THE WIND THE LITTLE JACKAL AND THE ALLIGATOR THE LARKS IN THE CORNFIELD A TRUE STORY ABOUT A GIRL MY KINGDOM PICCOLA THE LITTLE FIR TREE HOW MOSES WAS SAVED THE TEN FAIRIES THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER WHO KILLED THE OTTER'S BABIES? EARLY THE BRAHMIN, THE TIGER, AND THE JACKAL THE LITTLE JACKAL AND THE CAMEL THE GULLS OF SALT LAKE THE NIGHTINGALE MARGERY'S GARDEN THE LITTLE COTYLEDONS THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE ROBERT OF SICILY THE JEALOUS COURTIERS PRINCE CHERRY THE GOLD IN THE ORCHARD MARGARET OF NEW ORLEANS THE DAGDA'S HARP THE TAILOR AND THE THREE BEASTS THE CASTLE OF FORTUNE DAVID AND GOLIATH THE SHEPHERD'S SONG THE HIDDEN SERVANTS

SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR THE STORY TELLER

Concerning the fundamental points of method in telling a story, I have little to add to the principles which I have already stated as necessary, in my opinion, in the book of which this is, in a way, the continuation... Continue reading book >>




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