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WARNING: These stories aren’t meant to be educational… They’re supposed to be fun.
(If you’re a parent or booking agent, trust me, I know that what is considered fun varies widely from age to age — and community to community. In a live setting, I adjust based on the audience.)
a six part serialization commissioned by the Seekonk Public Library.Listen to the Audio and read the text.
From the book “It Ate My Sister (and other family tales)”
(Audience — Grades 3 and up — for people who enjoy fun stories and have a good sense of humor)
a story for middle and elementary school based on a trip to Wyoming.
Video: Og – First Scientist by Mark Binder – for First Grade
7 min 28 sec Description: Who was the very first scientist? A caveman named Og. This story was presented before a group of first-graders, and was funded by a grant from the United States Department of Education.
Live recording of a portion of my “Art of Peace” program.
From “The Bed Time Story Book”
Ponder: Franz, Albert and Maria — Three stories based on portraits in the RISD Museum 20th century Gallery.
This was a commissioned piece for the RISD Museum.