Bibliographies - LS5633: The Art of Storytelling Graduate Students' Work


These links lead to the annotated book review bibliographies. Student contributions are from Spring 2013 and Spring 2014 only and linked with permission.

Appalachian Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Anita Shaw
(Spring '14)

The Brothers Grimm - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Wendy Wagner
(Spring '13)

Cherokee Folktales- Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Jeni Testa
(Spring '14)

Chinese Folktales- Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Judi Moreillon
(Summer '10)

Irish Folktales - Tales of the Emerald Isle selected, annotated, and reviewed by Jean Lovett
(Spring '13)

Irish Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Kerol Herrod
(Spring '14)

Iroquois - Six Nations League of the Iroquois Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Cindi Wynia

Japanese Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Kelsie Nygren
(Spring '13)

Japanese Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Kim Copeland
(Spring '14)

Mexican Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Edgar Fuentes
(Spring '14)

Mexican Folktales/Cuentos populares de Mexico - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Roger Grape
(Spring '13)

Peruvian Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Amy Musser
(Spring '13)

Scandinavian Folktales - Selected, annotated, and reviewed by Amy Stafford
(Spring '14)

Storytellers - This annotated bibliography contains books in which storytellers are the main characters and storytelling is the dominant theme. This is a whole class work-in-progress.

Bibliographies


The Monroe County Library in Monroe, Indiana offers an online bibliography of predictable books (divided by chain or circular, cumulative, familiar sequence, pattern story, question and answer, and repetition of phrases).


These books offer patterned language stories for audience participation storytelling or story reading. (Contributed by Dr. M.)



These picture books and novels contain stories within the story. Most of these titles integrate contemporary realistic fiction stories, but a few include traditional story motifs found in folklore, myths, or legends. The foundational entries in this bibliography originally appeared as an article in Book Links magazine. Titles published since 2000 were added later. Reference: Moreillon, Judi. "Stories within Stories. (Cover story)." Book Links 9.5 (2000): 10. (Contributed by Dr. M.)



Professional Readings


These resources include information related to storytelling or storytime activities for preschool and primary grade children.

These book titles provide research and scholarship on storytelling; they may or may not include actual stories. This bibliography is divided into two parts. The second part focuses specifically on storytelling in classrooms and libraries.

These books include stories for telling.