My friendship with Storytelling began early on in life.
Lost and Found
Reading upside down
At three, I disappeared from my mom's sight. Feverishly she looked for me in the supermarket. After all exit doors had been closed, my mother found me behind a clothing rack full of dresses. I had found a pleasant hiding spot where I could read aloud a book. What can I say? I have always enjoyed a good book! Even though it was upside down!
Reading and telling stories are great ways to foster imagination. In the "Read Aloud and Disperse the Clouds" workshop, I share storytelling tips to sharpen your skills and motivate the kids to enjoy listening and reading. Check it out!
Here are some anecdotes for you to enjoy!
A Road of Stories
Papi shares his life
Are parents delivered old, tired, and grumpy in the mailbox? Were they ever young?
Retelling "Pedro Páramo"
Capturing an audience
Is a ghost town's story worth telling to a group of high schoolers?
The Library's Corner!
The wonder of books
How many books can one devour in a lifetime? I don't know, but my belly is still hungry!
The Day of the Dead tales
Are the dead returning every year to celebrate or spook the living?
Tall but True Tales
Sharks in my shower
Can one develop a fear of water after watching the movie "Jaws"? Are sharks only found in the ocean?
My first storytelling
Who hasn't been enthralled by the mysteries and the tales of old deities?