Table of contents for Crash course in storytelling / by Kendall Haven and MaryGay Ducey.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction 
1. The Place for Storytelling in Your Library
2. Why Tell It?: The Power of Storytelling	
3. "Okay, But Can I Really Do It?" Making Storytelling Practical
and Doable	
4. Choosing Stories That Will Work for You	
5. Learning the Stories You'll Tell	
6. Working with Literary Tales	
7. Playing With Practice	
8. Glorious Tellings 	
9. First Aid	
10. Storytelling Owner's Manual	
11. Storytelling Extras	
12. Rolling Along	
Appendix 1: The Structure of Stories 	
Appendix 2. Who Says Storytelling Is Worthwhile?	
Appendix 3. Copyright and You 	
Appendix 4 Definitions of Traditional Stories	
References 	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Storytelling.