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All posts by: Cheryl Thornton

This morning as I was cleaning my office, I came across a hand written letter of apology from Cole, a grade 3 student from a school I had visited months...
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During my Wednesday story class with 3 year olds, I told Androcles and the Lion, the storyabout the run away slave who helps a lion by removing a thorn from its...
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One of my favourite sounds is the silence that settles over an assembly of children collectively listening to a great story.  Yesterday as I told a story from Japan, the...
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 Each week, I tell stories to ten different groups of children, ages18 months to 9 years old. Those in diapers hear the same stories as the older kids and though...
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Recently, I presented a storytelling assembly for kindergarten to grade 6 students in a school that I had visited the previous year. Before I started, I asked if anyone remembered...
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