The story tree is one of the world’s oldest places. It is in every town and every home and every city. This is where people gather to hear stories, where mothers children, fathers sit in the shade and listen to tales that make them laugh, shiver and rejoice. Join me under the story tree and listen.
Big Mouth Frog -- You’ve all met regular frogs, but have you met a Big Mouth Frog? Have you heard his song?
Ouj The Magnificent – From the sands of Arabian deserts, hear this old tale about the largest giant of them all.
The First Flute – Flutes are everywhere – Where did the first flute come from? Here is a new version of an old tale told by the Iroquois People of the Northeast.
The Bear and the Chipmunk – What happens when the mightiest creature in the forest matches wits with one of the smallest? This comes from an old Cherokee legend
Issun Boshi – Come to the other side of the world and meet someone who proves that size is not what makes you mighty.
The Story Tree – A new telling of an old Lakota legend. This may be how it all began.
After you have heard the tales, it will be your chance to sit under the story tree and tell the stories the way you want people to hear them.
I have been telling stories to children and to adults for over ten years – People from California to Oklahoma to New York have laughed shivered and celebrated with me, my tales and my wooden flute. You may have seen me at the Hudson Clearwater Festival, Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Festival, Albany’s Riverway Festival, or at the National Storytelling Conference. You may have met me at your school, your library or your Community Center. If we haven’t met yet, enjoy listening to these stories and we are bound to meet-up soon.
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Bob Reiser is a storyteller, a teacher and an award-winning author of books for children and adults. He has performed at concerts, schools and festivals throughout the country.
Recently he has been featured at the Hudson River Clearwater Festival, Pittsburgh’s Three River Festival, Rhode Island’s Johnny Cake Festival and Albany’s Riverway Festival. His most recent book, David Gets His Drum, is published by Marshall Cavendish Inc. His adult books include Carry it On and Everybody Says Freedom, written with Pete Seeger.
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