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August House Publishers

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Atlanta, Georgia 30305

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February 28, 2017

Sometimes well-meaning people stop me and say they don't understand why anyone still reads fables to kids. They claim fables just aren't relevant in today's fast-paced world and since kids don't get the meanings anyway, why bother? After recovering from the initial sho...

December 1, 2016

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, families will be reconnecting and favorite stories will undoubtedly be shared. When families intentionally take advantage of these gatherings and visits, they can enrich a child's reading and language skills while enjoying t...

October 18, 2016

When I was growing up, I loved reading scary stories. I fondly remember spending lazy summer afternoons, lying on my grandmother’s couch, reading Edgar Allan Poe and thoroughly visualizing each scene and then reliving it long after I finished the story. When my sons we...

September 6, 2016

Sherry Norfolk describes herself as a “teaching artist.” In her own words, “someone who uses their art form to teach the curriculum.” Putting stories to work in classrooms is her creative passion, and she is committed to helping educators discover the myriad resources...

November 17, 2015

Meet Rob Cleveland. Rob has written seven Story Cove books, including top selling titles The DrumHow Tiger Got His Stripes, and Clever Monkey. In addition to his work as an award-winning author, Rob is a professional storyteller, workshop leader, accomplished film an...

September 25, 2015

Have you ever had the opportunity to watch and listen as a master storyteller like Donald DavisHeather Forest, or Margaret Read MacDonald performs one of their classic stories?

If you’ve had this good fortune, then you know what a treat awaits the audience a...

August 27, 2015

Almost any educator who has experienced a good story shared by a master storyteller would agree that telling stories can have a profound impact on their students. There is a growing body of research that documents the benefits of using storytelling and the oral traditi...

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