All Reviewed Books Search Our Site Subscribe to our Free Email Newsletter.Sign Up! Advertisements: In Times Past an eBook by Carol Hurst and Rebecca Otis Integrating US History with Literature in Grades 3-8. 102 of the Most Inspiring Storytelling Quotes of All Time - Type A Communications February 2, 2016 Stories have been shared in every culture for millions of years – starting with rudimentary drawings by people who lived in caves – as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and instilling moral values. The ancient art of storytelling has made its way to the boardroom, but some people – including marketers – still wonder if it’s that big of a deal. The truth is, whether you’re trying to sell your product or service, your company or even yourself, you need to be able to tell a story. And bullets on a PowerPoint slide are not a story. With that, here are 102 of the most amazing quotes on storytelling ever written to help you keep on keepin’ on when you need a little inspiration:
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SERIALST Scope & Purpose A plain text version of this file is available from: LISTSERV@LIST.UVM.EDU as the SERIALST WELCOME. (cf. section "3.0. Fileserver" for more info.). To Read or Not to Read! Creating a Book Talk What is a Book Talk? A book talk is like a short T.V. commercial, advertising a book. The goal is to get the reader interested so they want to read your book! How to Give a Book Talk • Look at the audience • Speak loudly so all can hear. • Talk about the characters, the problem in the story, or some interesting information. • Read a small part of the book to interest the readers To Prepare: • Choose a book that you think others would like!
Keeping Your Library Collection Smelling F.R.E.S.H! Yesterday I had the opportunity to work with a fun group of librarians in the northern part of my state who had some questions about weeding. Specifically, they were concerned about getting rid of old materials when their collections are already small and there's no money to replace the discards with shiny new replacements. I understand this concern, but when it comes to weeding, I err on the side of less being more. To me, these are the major problems with holding onto old, out of date, musty materials: Out of date materials can be dangerous. When I eliminated my reference section (which might have been my first year as a school librarian), I found a book that said, "scientists do not believe HIV is transmitted through sexual content."
Help a Child Write a Book Review Learn All Year Long Kids and teens should read and write even when they are out of school. Why is this so important?