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Spinning Tales, Weaving Hope: Stories, Storytelling and Activities for Peace, Justice and the Environment (new updated edition)
by Ed Brody, Jay Goldspinner, Katie Green, Rona Leventhal, & John Porcino (eds.), Illustrated by Lahri Bond, Foreword by Holly Near

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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: New Society
Binding: Paperback
Topics: Celebration, Education, Family / Parenting, Fiction, Militarism, Nature, Nonviolence, Race & Civil Rights, Social Movements, Spoken Word

Description: The second edition of this much-loved storytelling sourcebook features 29 wondrous children's stories from around the world. From the mythic and the fantastic, to the silly and the serious, these timeless tales encourage conflict resolution, compassion, and sensitivity to the Earth and all living things. An incredible sourcebook for storytellers, teachers, parents and healers, each story is followed by suggested activities and exercises, storytelling tips, and resources, all designed to deepen the storytelling experience. Includes an Age Suitability Index, a Thematic Index, and a Directory of Contributors. A new introduction focuses on storytelling in education.

The editors are dedicated storytellers and members of the Stories for World Change Network. They all live in Massachusetts.

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