A Little Tale of The
The Library Fairy (TLF) has flown out of
hiding from her forest home in Witsywump to increase literacy by
joyfully educating and entertaining fippits (children) and those
that walk afoot.
have been seen and heard on television, and in numerous libraries,
schools, theaters and book festivals introducing thousands of young
lives to the art of storytelling. Her stories are performed in the
lively oral tradition utilizing multicultural folklore and enchanting
her audiences with narration, interactive games, music and theatrical
improvisation using an array of props, humor and song. She also
uses Spanish at times to tell her many delightful stories. TLF is
dedicated to providing literacy tools and viable storytelling models
for parents and educators alike, and has numerous articles online and
in print; and now provides enchanting storytelling podcasts,
books and CDs for
the little ones.
A recognized authority in the field,
she’s worked with children from diverse backgrounds in libraries, schools
and community services alike. When asked by the children where their wings were, she’s smiled
and replied, “Stories are the wings to your imagination … fly high!”
With extensive experience as a
storyteller and educator, TLF’s mission is to introduce the
distinctive art of oral storytelling on an international level for a whole
new generation of story listeners. To
this end, she partnered with prominent professionals in the
fields of children's entertainment, literacy and education to produce
The Library Fairy and Friends program intended for broadcast with a
network, cable or PBS outlet. The goal: to promote literacy, diversity
and self-esteem in children.
The Library Fairy has traveled
extensively around the world where she adopted elements from the
local cultures, integrating them into her storytelling artistry.
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