Gateway to the Classics: How To Tell Stories to Children by Sara Cone Bryant
 
How To Tell Stories to Children by  Sara Cone Bryant


Table of Contents

Front Matter


The Purpose of Story-Telling in School
Selection of Stories To Tell
Adaptation of Stories for Telling
How To Tell the Story
Some Specific Schoolroom Uses
Nursery Rhymes
Five Little White Heads
Bird Thoughts
How We Came To Have Pink Roses
Raggylug
The Golden Cobwebs
Why the Morning-Glory Climbs
Story of Little Tavwots
The Pig Brother
The Cooky
The Pied Piper of Hamelin Town
Why Evergreen Trees Keep Their Leaves in Winter
The Star Dollars
The Cat and the Parrot
The Rat Princess
The Frog and the Ox
The Fire-Bringer
Fulfilled: A Legend of Christmas Eve
The Burning of the Rice Fields
The Story of Wylie
Little Daylight
The Sailor Man
The Story of Jairus' Daughter
Arthur and the Sword
Tarpeia
The Buckwheat
The Judgment of Midas
Why the Sea Is Salt
Billy Beg and His Bull
The Little Hero of Haarlem
The Last Lesson
The Story of Christmas
The Child-Mind; and How To Satisfy It

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