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Books with title A Story Teller

  • The Story-teller

    Maud Lindsay, Florence Liley Young

    eBook (, March 24, 2011)
    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
  • Tell Me a Story

    Walt Disney

    Hardcover (Bantam Books, Jan. 1, 1983)
    number 18 of the fun-to-learn library.
  • Tell Me a Story

    Amy Friedman, Jillian Hulme Gilliland

    Hardcover (Andrews McMeel Pub, Sept. 1, 1994)
    Presents nineteen folk tales from around the world.
  • Tell Me a Story

    Jonathan London, Sherry Shahan

    Hardcover (Richard C Owen Pub, May 1, 1998)
    The author of "Froggy Gets Dressed" and other Froggy tales discusses his life, his daily activities, where he gets his ideas, and how he writes
  • Tell Me a Story

    Jim Weiss--Retelling

    Audio CD (GREATHALL PRODUCTIONS, Nov. 1, 2001)
    Younger children will be transported and older children and adults will laugh just as hard at this frolicking collection of time tested favorites.
  • Tell Me a Story

    Mary Branch

    eBook (Pacific Press Publishing Association, Sept. 8, 2014)
    These little books present short stories that will appeal to the younger child while teaching them moral principles.
  • Tell Me a Story

    Chase Collins

    Paperback (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, May 1, 1992)
    Discusses the basics of storytelling, and helps parents rediscover the creative powers within themselves
  • A Story to Tell

    Julia Howson

    language (AuthorHouse, Feb. 20, 2016)
    Life time confession from the heart. It is destined to take you places from loving, to hating, to forgiving and becoming a survivor of the truth.
  • Story Teller

    Robert L. White Jr.

    Paperback (Holy Fire Publishing LLC, )
  • Tell Me A Story

    Douglas Paul

    eBook (Douglas Paul Creations, LLC, )
  • I Am The Story Teller

    Jacqueline Grant

    eBook (Gunga Peas, May 29, 2011)
    When the sun rises in the sky it does so at the bidding of the Story Teller. All my people gather around to hear the ancient tales and welcome the life-giving sun. But when the Story Teller begins to weaken and her words falter our people see that the sun also begins to weaken and falter and we are afraid. We know without the stories our people cannot survive, but the Story Teller has no kin – no one to carry on the telling...This early reader to middle grade book is told in the style of an island storyteller. It speaks of a community’s need for its history and is perfect to read aloud. At the end of the story there are questions to encourage readers to think about the tale.
  • Tell Me a Story

    Mrs Molesworth, Walter Crane, Sapan Sathawara

    language (, April 2, 2016)
    Chapter:-1.Introduction2.The Reel Fairies3.Good-Night, Winny4.Con and the Little People5.Mary Ann Jolly6.Too Bad7.Charlie’s Disappointment