America -- 50 States in 40 Minutes (or less!):
quick tour of the U.S. and discover some interesting tidbits and personalities
from each state in this storytelling program with PowerPoint.
Scars: Stories Of The Civil War: Find out about the song that kept
the war going -- on BOTH sides and has sort of become its own war! Learn
about the Great Escape at Libby Prison and about the failed escape
at the Johnsons Island Prison. These are some of the stories in
this storytelling program commemorating this watershed event in American
a video of a
(Companion book available)
From A Crash To A Bang: Hear the stories
of the Great Depression based on oral histories. (also
available as a music/narration program)
Margaret Bourke-White: photographer Margaret Bourke-White remembers
W.W. II. (also available as a first-person character program)
I Hear America Singing: Historical Moments Marked With Music!
Take a trip through US history through song with this storytelling program
People In Extraordinary Times: Stories From World War II:
Stories from this unforgettable time include the harrowing tale of Margaret
Bourke-White and 400 nurses who were torpedoed on their way to Africa,
the story of Rodger Young who became a hero through his selfless courage,
and the touching story of the soldier and the girl "back home"
who continue to write to each other to this very day.
Read about two Extraordinary
Heroes -- Rodger Young and Margaret Bourke-White. See a presentation
of a Pearl Harbor story for Aging
Please Welcome, Mr. & Mrs. America: Take
a look at the lives of some of the US Presidents and their wives from
Washington to Eisenhower. (Companion
You're A Grand Old Flag: Stories Of The American
Spirit: This program spotlights patriotic people and places. Entertainers
like George Cohan and Bob Hope were recognized for their American Spirit
with Congressional Medals. When the Continental Congress needed someone
to print their Declaration of Independence, they found an unusual printer
waiting for them in Baltimore. Hear the story of what is arguably the
most enduring symbol of the American spirit. You'll find yourself humming
"You're A Grand Old Flag" all the way home!
storytelling programs are researched, scripted Reader's Theatre presentations.