There's nothing worse than coming back from a nice stroll, letting your scalding hot porridge cool, than to find it all eaten up. We've all been there, amirite? This new addition to Fairy Good Tales was a pretty fun one with a lot of opportunity for storytelling and activities. Before I start with the… Continue reading Fairy Good Tales: Goldilocks & the Three Bears
We just started a new program at our library to invoke the greater powers of classic folktales and fairytales. It is so important to give children these classic tales that have survived the ages. Let me tell you the ways: They are strong in rhythm, rhyme, and repetition They can teach lessons about actions and… Continue reading Fairy Good Tales: The Gingerbread Man
My passion to be a youth services librarian has been permanently solidified after my internship at the Morgan County Public Library in Martinsville, Indiana. Although it was last summer (2011), I'm still reveling in the activities I undertook and the experiences that fueled my fire. Last summer, I was given the power to run the… Continue reading One World, Many Stories: My Internship in Rural Indiana
What would it be like to meet the glorious Fabio? Absolute bliss and absolute hilarity. I share the time I met Fabio promoting his clothing line at Sam's Club. That's right, I said Sam's Club. I used this personal narrative during my final storytelling presentation.
A brief description of my first storytelling experience--overall success!