Folktales

July 10, 2009

Check out Fuse #8’s post, Where Have All the Folktales Gone, and the comments to see what people are saying about folktales for kids.  It’s an interesting discussion.  I’ve definitely heard over and over again from the branches “no more folktales, please!” and it looks like our patrons are not the only ones who have lost interest.

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One Response to “Folktales”

  1. Amy Friedman Says:

    As I just wrote on Fuse #8, I was surprised to read Elizabeth Bird’s comments since I publish, every week and have since 1992, an adapted folktale or myth or legend in newspapers around the country, and like so many of my extraordinarily talented colleagues, I also produce Cd Audiobooks with multicultural folktales. Hope maybe you’ll check them out at http://www.uexpress.com/telllmeastory and http://www.mythsandtales.com.


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