Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

Telling and Reading Stories with Children

Program Categories: * Authors and Illustrators * Storytellers
Audience:Parents alone, or parents with children
Description:

Reading and telling stories to young children helps them learn how to read, yet parents can be nervous and frightened. This program will help parents learn to overcome any anxieties they have and snuggle up with their youngsters and a good book.

The program includes modeling of reading and storytelling, tips, tricks and questions/answers.

It can be presented for parents-only or as a family program with parents and children together.

Signed copies of the author's Bed Time Story books will be available following the presentation.

Fee:$350. IRS Mileage is helpful. $50 block booking discount for multiple events on same day in same area.
Group Size:Any
Program Length:45-60 minutes
Facility Requirements:Any
Last Modified:03/14/2014
Comments:At previous programs, some Librarians have secured advance funding through Education Grants for advance purchase of books for giveaway to participants

Recent Library/School Appearances by . Mark Binder - Author and Story Performer:

Seekonk Public Library Seekonk, MA 508-336-8230
Berkshire Athenaeum Pittsfield, MA 413-499-9480
Hazen Memorial Library Shirley, MA 978.425.2620
Mary Ellen Siniak Seekonk, MA (508) 336-8230
Stu Parsons Sandwich, MA (508) 888-0625
Joshua Kennedy Boxford, MA (978) 887-8920

Performer’s Contact Information:

. Mark Binder - Author and Story Performer

Mark Binder
PO Box 2462
Providence, RI 02906
Phone: (401) 272-8707
Email: mark@storyamonth.com
Web Site: http://storyamonth.com/library
Preferred Contact Method: Email
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