• Stories From Around the World

"One touch of storytelling may, in some instances, make the whole world kin." - W.R.S. Ralston

Since ancient times, people from all cultures and countries have preserved and passed down knowlege in the form of stories. Some of the stories are funny, some are moving, and all will be remembered!


• Native American Tales and Legends
"When the legends die, the dreams end; there is no more greatness." - Shawnee

Linda is a registered member of the Choctaw Nation, but her stories come from all tribes and native people. Told with knowledge and respect, the stories of Coyote the Trickster, Grandmother Spider, animals, history, and nature all come alive with wonder and delight to teach the wisdom of balance.


• Tales From the Time of King Arthur
"And gladly would he learn, and gladly teach." - Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 310.

Stories to provide a glimpse into the way people lived in the Middle Ages and Renaissance times. Knights, lords and ladies, kings, queens and the common man lend voice to this turbulent, boisterous, exciting period of history.

• Aesop’s Fables
"Example is more powerful than precept." - The Crab and its Mother

Aesop’s Fables are timeless classics that teach morals. These stories are still useful today in illustrating cause and effect in the real world. Young and old will enjoy the creative play Linda brings to these ageless fables.  Learn More >>


• Stories of the Sky and Stars
"What is in the stars is on earth and what is on earth is in the stars." - Lakota

Each people, each civilization has always had their stories of the origin of the stars. For thousands of years star stories have served as a creative, easily remembered means of passing important information from one generation to the next. The stars remain constant to carry the stories.


• Western Movement Tales
"Sunday, June 19th, 1853 - On our way again. Traveling in the sand and dust. Sand ankle deep - hard traveling..." - from the diary of Mrs. Amelia Stewart Knight

Linda tells tall tales, stories from the Gold Rush times and from the western movment. Historical records, personal journals, myth and more come alive as Linda transports her listeners through the history of the old West.

 

 

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