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Raising Voices: Creating Youth Storytelling Groups and Troupes

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Anyone who wants to start a youth storytelling group or troupe will find a wealth of practical information and inspiration in this guide. Written by two veteran storytellers and storytelling group leaders, this book takes you step by step through the entire process of planning, starting, managing, and growing your storytelling group-even up through taking the show on the r ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published April 30th 2003 by Libraries Unlimited
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Caleb Winebrenner
On my desk at school, I have only a few books -- I’d rather spend my time teaching. This is one of them. In it, Judy Sima and Kevin Cordi offer guidance on how to create a storytelling troupe with young people. While they mean it for after school, I have done so in my classroom.

I teach Literature & Composition, but I am also a storyteller, so I approach both literature and composition as forays into storytelling. As other reviewers have said, this book is worth its weight in gold. The differ
Erin Sterling
Nov 16, 2009 Erin Sterling rated it really liked it
This is a really fun and thorough book that could be used as a guidebook or manual for how to start a youth storytelling group, although it could be adapted to adults as well and used for simple programming. There are four sections in the book: Getting Started, Growing Your Storytelling Group, Performing and Beyond, and Storytelling Resources. I think the middle two sections will be particularly pertinent to those just starting out in storytelling who may be asked to create a program or workshop ...more
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