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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Margaret Read MacDonald
  • ISBN:
    0874835909
  • ISBN13:
    978-0874835908
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  • Publisher:
    August House (December 27, 2005)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
  • Subcategory:
    History & Criticism
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    1283 kb
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    1833 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    177
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Shake-It-Up Tales! book.

Shake-It-Up Tales! book.

Shake-It-Up Tales! Hardcover – 1 May 2000. by. Margaret Read MacDonald (Author).

As any good storyteller knows, audience participation often makes the difference between a so-so story and a terrific tale. Collects 20 international tales arranged by storytelling technique, including dramatic play, talk-back tales, and chanting, singing, dancing, and drumming.

Margaret Read MacDonald (born January 21, 1940) is an American storyteller, folklorist, and prolific author of children's books. She has performed internationally as a storyteller, and is considered a "master storyteller" and the "grand dame of storytelling".

The handmaids tale, . But we can do it, a little at a time, a quick move of the head, up and down, to the side and back. We have learned to see the world in gasps. The Handmaid's Tale, . I look down at the sidewalk, shake my head for No. What they must see is the white wings only, a scrap of face, my chin and part of my mouth.

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Shake-It-Up Tales: Stories To Sing, Dance, Drum and Act Out. Author: Margaret Read MacDonald. The title says it all. Lively stories with lots of participation possibilities. Lively stories with lots of participation possibilities

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Tough Tug Kids Book Read Aloud by Reading Children's Books, music and written by Margaret Read MacDonald, illustrated by Rob McClurkan. Reading Children's Books was started as a way to increase children's literacy through Children's Books Read Aloud. Jesse Butler started Kids Books Read Aloud to introduce her books (published through Publishing Our Children's Stories) to the public and then from Reading Children's Books Aloud discovered the reach it provided to thousands of authors to get their books into the hands of families who will also enjoy Children's Books Read Aloud.

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As any good storyteller knows, audience participation often makes the difference between a so-so story and a terrific tale. Here, veteran performer Margaret Read MacDonald shares her experience in this collection of multicultural stories that involve plenty of audience involvement. You'll find riddle stories, improvisational stories, singing tales, tandem tales, and much more.

BlackBerry
I love Margaret Read Macdonalds stories and I LOVE that they are in movement form! Perfect for the elementary music classroom!
Dagdage
Fine collection of tales from acclaimed storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald. Each story comes with detailed notes on origin and suggestions for including audience participation. Beginning to advanced storytellers, teachers, parents and caregivers will find useful, right-now applications for this book.
Sataxe
Lots of folktales,chants and others from different cultures. These are not the classic tales and provide children the opportunity to learn about other cultures, traditions and explore their storytelling skills.
Jia
All my classes love these plays - from first grade to fifth! I use them all the time.
Pruster
Excellent, engaging stories to use that will get your audience participating.
Sinredeemer
Really a good book for storytellers - beginners or seasoned. Good tips for expanding the stories and making them your own.
Globus
Went to hear Margaeret tell stories. I bought books there. $5.oo for soft books and $10.00 for hardbacks. Promised mt grandaughter Fat Cat because they ran out. K thru Fourth grade were in audience and all knew every line of the Fat Cat and this book. Disappointed on some of her book prices Amazon.com, The Fat Cat was priced okay but this one is out of sight to me.
All her books are star quality and children read them over and over.
Mary Jane Daoust
Master Tutor for reading acquired from Colleges of America, and Tennessee Board of Regents