6 Free and Low-Cost Stories for Teaching

Thanksgiving… White Cane Awareness… Identity… and more stories for discussion and pleasure.

Even during the best residencies, I only have a few hours with students. These are stories you (and your students) can listen to and read at your own…

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Cinderella Spinderella - at StoryFest

It was a cold day in Providence. Winds were gusting at 20 mph. But the audience kept warm by laughing and listening.

Listen to Cinderella Spinderella, one of my personal favorites - and watch for the moment the tent…

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KPFT Radio Interview - What's Your Story

I've enjoyed several interviews with Erik Heen for the What's Your Story radio show.

We discussed StoryFest, the It Ate My Sister audiobook and more. It's always interesting to capture a story that has visual effects in an audio-only medium.

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Back on tour: live and in person!

Yesterday I had the pleasure to stand in front of a library full of students and share my work in person. And then I got to do it again. And again!

Grades? Sessions for 6-8, 3-5, K-2, and the splendid…

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Why NOT on Amazon?

Back in the age of paper, when I was a kid, I used to love going into the bookstore and browsing. Shelf after shelf of possibilities. In those days there weren't so many different sections. There was nonfiction, fiction, mystery…

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