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Best Loved Stories Told at the National Storytelling Festival

Best Loved Stories Told at the National Storytelling Festival Every October thousands of travelers visit tiny Jonesborough Tennessee They come for one purpose to hear and tell stories at the National Storytelling Festival The festival marks the th observ

  • Title: Best Loved Stories Told at the National Storytelling Festival
  • Author: Jane Yolen Brenda Wong Aoki Bren Breneman Lucille Breneman
  • ISBN: 9781879991101
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every October thousands of travelers visit tiny Jonesborough, Tennessee They come for one purpose to hear and tell stories at the National Storytelling Festival The 1992 festival marks the 20th observance of this internationally acclaimed event To commemorate this milestone we published this anthology of 37 tales drawn from the hundreds of stories that have been told oEvery October thousands of travelers visit tiny Jonesborough, Tennessee They come for one purpose to hear and tell stories at the National Storytelling Festival The 1992 festival marks the 20th observance of this internationally acclaimed event To commemorate this milestone we published this anthology of 37 tales drawn from the hundreds of stories that have been told on crisp October days and nights since the festivals inception Enjoy Contents The wish ring Martha Holloway The walkin catfish Doc McConnell The hole that will not stay filled Kathryn Windham Could this be paradise Steve Sanfield The bee, the harp, the mouse, and the bumclock Gwenda LedBetter A friend of my father Maggi Kerr Peirce Orange cheeks Jay O Callahan The seal skin Lynn Rubright Wicked John and the devil Jackie Torrence Lincoln s famous beard Lucille and Bren Breneman A bell for shorty Jim May The woodcutter s story Nancy Schimmel How Caedmon got his hymn Robert P Creed Cindy Ellie Mary Carter Smith Cap o Rushes Ellin Greene The legend of Charley Parkhurst Hector Lee One day, one night Joe Hayes Flowers and freckle cream Elizabeth Ellis The princess and the dove Mary Hamilton The first motorcycle in Black Mountain David Holt Marie Jolie J.J Reneaux Carna and the boots of seven strides Bill Harley The day the cow ate my britches Ray Hicks Possum, Turtle, and the wolves Doug Elliott Black hair Brenda Wong Aoki The pinch hitter Michael Parent Morgan and the pot o brains Milbre Burch The innkeeper s wise daughter Peninnah Schram Willie the bug man Susan Klein A fisherman and his wife Carol L Birch The two sons Alice McGill Jack and the silver keys Duncan Williamson C R A Z Y Donald Davis The sword of wood Doug Lipman The girl and the ghost Laura Simms No news The folktellers The wise shoemaker of Studena Syd Lieberman.

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    1. Various professional storytellers each put one of their stories into this collection. Many are little - known stories, some are funny, some are a little scary, some are memories of real events.

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