Stories that Rock

    Summer Reading 2018
    Stories and Music for every age

    Stories for America

    Stories for America In a time of division, it is crucial for us to tell stories that bring us all together. We are a nation that values individuality and democracy. We cherish freedoms. We allow people opportunity. And we face our challenges together. These are politically-neutral stories about things and ideas that celebrate the awesomeness

    The Zombie Cat Book and Story Tour

    The Zombie Cat… on tour Recommended for Middle Grade, Middle School, High School and Adults "Fun, funny, disgusting and exciting…" that's what the back cover blurb says.  Designed to capture and hold the attention of today's youth, this program combines readings, storytelling and question-answer with mini teaching lessons for older students (and adults with a sense

    It Ate My Sister (and other family stories)

    It Ate My Sister (and other family stories) Is that “true?” I get asked that question alot. I like to answer by saying that all of my stories are true, and some of them really happened… The book It Ate My Sister is “the 100% true autobiography of an award-winning writer and professional liar. The performance It

    Read a little every day!

    Read a Little Every Day! Listening to stories encourages reading. Hearing stories is a fun way to connect young people with the joy of reading. Mark’s reading programs include a blend of reading, storytelling and the occasional song. Stories include: The Billy Goats Gruff, Og!, The Three Pigs and more! Program adapts based on the group’s age. Listen

    Silly Stories (and songs) that Encourage Reading

    Autumn, Winter, Spring or Summer — listening to stories is fun and builds the foundation for reading

    Transmit Joy – Family Story Concerts for all ages

    Mark has a repertoire of more than 150 stories and songs. You can select a theme with him, or allow him to choose “Omakase” style — based on the season, weather and mood of the crowd. All of Mark’s family programs adjust based on the age/demographics of the people in the audience. In other words, the stories will be

    Cinderella Spinderella – and other tales of diversity

    Cinderella Spinderella – and other tales of diversity One summer I was telling stories to diverse audiences in Boston and disabled youngsters in Newport. I wanted a story that would connect both groups, despite their differences. Cinderella Spinderella was a perfect fit… When Mark Binder began performing Cinderella Spinderella, he had no idea that it would take a

    … for people with special needs

    Mark really connects… Over the years, We’ve found that storytelling is an amazing way to connect one person with another. As a writer and performer, Mark shares traditional and original tales in a manner that is appropriate for and respectful of the listener. In other words, he adapts his work so that your students can

    Camp Storytelling

    Awesome Fun at Camp! Campfire Tales • Spooky Stories • Tall Tales Fun, funny, exciting, entertaining and excellent! Sitting around the fire, hearing stories… Isn’t that what camp is all about? Even if you don’t have a fire, Mark’s stories keep campers enthralled! “We truly enjoyed his time here and the kids absolutely loved him!

    Write it up! (workshops for students, teachers, and adults)

    Write it up! how-to writing workshops for students, teachers, and adults Don't just write it down… Write it Up! What if anyone could just sit down and write a story? Many people—young and old alike—struggle with creativity, especially when they're stressed or pressed for time. If you would like your students to learn a revolutionary

    Eureka! Science and Math Stories

    Eureka! Science and Math Stories Note: The Eureka Stories Programs are presented by special arrangement only. If you’re interested, please call us at (401) 272-8707. Eureka! Breakthrough Workshop for Educators How can telling and listening to stories change the way your students learn? This workshop trains teachers on the basics of the Eureka! process. Developing

    Stories for Peace

    How can we resolve conflicts? How can we handle bullies?