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Storyteller s Card Game

Author : Mrs Wordsmith
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Do you have the words to describe getting stuck in the fridge? An attention-seeking unicorn? A dangerously spicy sauce? Boost kids’ creative writing vocabulary with our hilarious new Storyteller’s Card Game! Our Storyteller's Card Game teaches kids rich, descriptive vocabulary to help them write brilliant stories. -Enjoyed by the whole family -300 word cards, hilariously illustrated by our team of Hollywood artists -200 story prompts to fire kids’ imaginations -Developed with childhood literacy experts -Guaranteed to make the whole family explode with laughter. May the best storyteller win! Playing Storyteller’s Card Game is simple: players take turns to be the Master Storyteller. The Master Storyteller takes a Words For… card and reads it aloud. The other players each pick the word card in their hand that they think best fits the scenario. The Master Storyteller decides which word card is the best - whether it's the funniest, scariest, or simply the most disgusting. Whoever put down the winning card gets to keep the story card. The first person to collect five story cards wins! What are Storytelling Words? The words in this game were chosen to help children write brilliant stories, excel at school and in life. Storyteller’s Card Game features 300 storytelling words, carefully curated into six themes - Character, Settings, Taste and Smell, Action, Emotion, and Weather. It was developed with childhood literacy experts and with word selection informed by cutting-edge machine learning.

The Storyteller

Author : Rex Manning
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The Storyteller covers a time span of five hundred years and has a little of the wild west, piracy on the high seas and a man that makes a fortune through his visionary gift found late in his years.

Smart Education and Smart e Learning

Author : Vladimir L. Uskov
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This book contains the contributions presented at the 2nd international KES conference on Smart Education and Smart e-Learning, which took place in Sorrento, Italy, June 17-19, 2015. It contains a total of 45 peer-reviewed book chapters that are grouped into several parts: Part 1 - Smart Education, Part 2 – Smart Educational Technology, Part 3 – Smart e-Learning, Part 4 – Smart Professional Training and Teachers’ Education, and Part 5 – Smart Teaching and Training related Topics. This book can be a useful source of research data and valuable information for faculty, scholars, Ph.D. students, administrators, and practitioners - those who are interested in innovative areas of smart education and smart e-learning.

William Goldman The Reluctant Storyteller

Author : Sean Egan
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William Goldman is one of the world’s most popular storytellers. Amongst his more than two-dozen motion picture screenplays are such iconic works as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Stepford Wives, All the President’s Men and A Bridge Too Far. His acclaimed novels include The Temple of Gold, Boys and Girls Together, The Princess Bride and Marathon Man. His non-fiction embraces The Season and Adventures in the Screen Trade, considered the definitive studies on Broadway and Hollywood respectively. Yet despite his success, Goldman has always been a tormented man, unable to enjoy either his art or the respect it has garnered him. Convinced he is “in on a pass,” he has rarely written without a profound sense of self-doubt. In William Goldman: The Reluctant Storyteller, Sean Egan analyzes both Goldman’s life and output, a task in which he has been assisted by Goldman himself via a series of interviews. The result is an enthralling book that gets to the core of a man who is both supreme talent and perplexing enigma.

The Statesman and the Storyteller

Author : Mark Zwonitzer
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In a dual biography covering the last ten years of the lives of friends and contemporaries, writer Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain) and statesman John Hay (who served as secretary of state under presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt), The Statesman and the Storyteller not only provides an intimate look into the daily lives of these men but also creates an elucidating portrait of the United States on the verge of emerging as a world power. And just as the narrative details the wisdom, and the occasional missteps, of two great men during a tumultuous time, it also penetrates the seat of power in Washington as the nation strove to make itself known internationally--and in the process committed acts antithetical to America’s professed ideals and promises. The country’s most significant move in this time was to go to war with Spain and to eventually wrest control of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. In what has to be viewed as one of the most shameful periods in American political history, Filipinos who believed they had been promised independence were instead told they were incapable of self-government and then violently subdued in a war that featured torture and execution of native soldiers and civilians. The United States also used its growing military and political might to grab the entirety of the Hawaiian Islands and a large section of Panama. As secretary of state during this time, Hay, though a charitable man, was nonetheless complicit in these misdeeds. Clemens, a staunch critic of his country’s imperialistic actions, was forced by his own financial and family needs to temper his remarks. Nearing the end of their long and remarkable lives, both men found themselves struggling to maintain their personal integrity while remaining celebrated and esteemed public figures. Written with a keen eye--Mark Zwonitzer is also an award-winning documentary filmmaker--and informed by the author’s deep understanding of the patterns of history, The Statesman and the Storyteller has the compelling pace of a novel, the epic sweep of historical writing at its best, and, in capturing the essence of the lives of Hay and Twain, the humanity and nuance of masterful biography.

The Storyteller

Author : Mithin Aachi
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In a remote village of South India a boy is born with a neurological disorder that leaves him retarded. Trying to find his destiny in the midst of despair, he stumbles upon the story of Mr. Rao who is a celebrated hero of the village. He tries to emulate the late Mr. Rao and in his endeavour succeeds in developing a rare imagination and a knack of storytelling, just like that of the great Mr. Rao. He graduates from a village bumpkin to a sensitive storyteller, astonishing everyone that he meets.

Swinton s Story teller

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Previews

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About Old Story tellers

Author : Donald Grant Mitchell
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Selections from such traditional favorites as Gulliver's travels, The Arabian nights, Robinson Crusoe, and Ivanhoe accompanied by background information on the authors, the times in which they lived, and the origins of the stories.

Combat Description Cards Spreadsheet Edition

Author : Mark Matthew Scott
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How should I describe this Combat Scene? Written by professional storytellers and novelist, these cards are designed to improve your combat narrative and help you describe unique and memorable combat scenes. Listed herein are hundreds actions words and inspirational examples of their use. How does it work? First, choose from the below categories a suite that best match the type of damage your story's character inflicts: • BLUNT: Damaged caused by non-penetrating force.• SLASHING: Damaged caused by a sharp edge. • PIERCING: Damaged caused by a sharp point. Second, choose one of the fighting styles below, base this on the fighting styles your story's character is performing: • FINESSE: A character whose fights with style and grace, like a Swashbuckler or Martial Artist.• POWER: A character who fight is based on strength and vigor, such as the Barbarian or Thug. • RANGE: A character who is using a thrown or distance weapon such as a javelin or bow. This will lead you to multiple inspiring words and phase that can add depth, excitement and drama to your fight scenes! The Action Word and Description Stacking: You can select one or multiple action words to describe your attack. For example, 1 action work could describe a ‘Stylish’ attack while two could provide a ‘Stylish’ and ‘Deceptive’ attack. You can draw as many descriptions as you like and use action words provided to enhance your finally exciting description. What about the final Killing Blow: Each action word contains two descriptions to serve as examples. There are one non-deadly description and one killing blow description. Use them as written or modify them to best fit your style . I hope you enjoy your improved combat narritive.

Le conteur or The story teller French reading book

Author : Henry Tarver
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The Story teller Number I

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Caroline Feller Bauer s New Handbook for Storytellers

Author : Caroline Feller Bauer
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Offers detailed guidance in presenting literature to children, young adults, and adults through storytelling supported by the use of various media

Parenting for High Potential

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George Perez Storyteller

Author : Christopher Lawrence
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Over 200 full-color pages highlight the magnificent career of artistic legend George Perez! From his early days at Marvel on such titles as Fantastic Four and The Avengers to DC Comics' landmark titles, New Teen Titans and Crisis on Infinite Earths, plus independent work for T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents and so many others, along with his own creations Sachs and ...

The Irish Storyteller

Author : Georges Denis Zimmermann
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Supported by documents, many of which were not readily available or have never been published before, this book studies images of the 'Irish traditional storyteller' offered at different periods, from several viewpoints and for various purposes. Invariables, changes, ruptures and the effect of conflicting attitudes and ideologies are identified. Contextualized in Irish history and on the wider European scene, this huge book explores the testimony of early antiquarians, accounts of meetings with storytellers by 18th- or 19th-century travelers, representations of acts of elite storytelling in ancient Irish literature or of popular ones in oral tradition itself and in fiction in English - attention is given to the works of Maria Edgeworth, Lady Morgan, the Banim brothers and Griffin, Carleton, Lover, Le Fanu, Somerville and Ross, Yeats, Synge, George Moore and Joyce, and some more recent authors. The evolution of the aims and methods of folklorists, from the Romantic Age to the institutionalization of collecting and to modern ethnographic projects, and the links between definitions of folklore and cultural nationalism are investigated, as are the complex relationships between storytelling, history and truth and the concepts of Irishness and tradition. Another section tries to establish what is known of actual storytelling in the 19th century and in the first half of the 20th: the tellers' training, their techniques and conception of tradition, their status, the etiquette of performance and the role of the audience. Themes and formal characteristics of different kinds of oral narratives are examined.

The Storyteller s Sourcebook

Author : Margaret Read MacDonald
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The Storyteller's Sourcebook is the first reference tool to bring together from children's collections variants of each folktale, and to supply descriptions of them. It is specifically designed for quick and easy access by the teacher or librarian who wants to locate (1) tales about a given subject, (2) the location of a specific tale title in collections, (3) tales from an ethnic or geographical area, (4) variants of a specific tale. - p. ix.

The Christmas story teller by old hands and new ones

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The Overland Monthly

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Avon Mystery Storyteller

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