Judy Freeman is a former school librarian; an adjunct professor at Pratt Institute in New York City teaching courses in children's literature and storytelling; an international speaker and performer for children, teachers, librarians, and parents; a children's book reviewer; and the author of more than a dozen professional books about children's literature and storytelling. She continues to work closely with librarians, teachers, and hundreds of students at several elementary schools to test out new books, ideas, and ways to incorporate literature into children's lives.
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”Both works belong in any public or school library with an active storytime program (ideally, one circulating copy and another for the librarians’ bookshelf)."
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Ideal for both beginners and more experienced storytellers, The Handbook for Storytellers and The Handbook for Storytime Programs include everything adults need to start sharing the wonder of stories with children, from babies to tweens. Hundreds of suggested tales, activities, and programs alongside invaluable tips and annotated booklists mean that librarians, teachers, parents, and caregivers will always have the perfect storytime to fit every occasion.