Wise Father, Wise Daughter

Wise Father, Wise Daughter  Ages 7 and Up

Paul comes to Canada because he has been driven out of his own country for the colour of his skin.  He starts a business but he is growing older.  How will he choose which one of his daughters should inherit?  Click on the link and listen to find out.  A story from Africa.  9:50 mins.

What do you think of the way Paul made his decision?  Leave a comment below.

Story origin for me: Toronto storyteller, Itah Sadu.  You can also read my version in my book, Out of the Everywhere.  Tales for a New World. 

 

 

 

 

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Find out more about Out of the Everywhere at http://janandrews/books/out_of_the_everywhere.html

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The Legacy

The Legacy   Age 9 and up

The advice of a dying old man to his son seems simple but there is a riddle in it that holds a richer gift.    A story from Palestine.  Click on the link and listen.  3.41 mins.

Was the advice wise?  Would you follow it?  Leave a comment for others to see.

Story origin for me: Vancouver teller, Naomi Steinberg


 

 

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The Magic Wand

The Magic Wand 2    Age 9 and up.

A magician comes to a market and he has a magic wand.  A homeless boy comes to watch him.  Can the magician help?   Click the link, listen and hear.  A story from Africa.  2.20 mins

Why does that boy want what he wants?  Leave a comment for others to read.

Story origin for me: American storyteller, Laura Simms, at the Toronto Festival of Storytelling.

 

 

 

Download so you can listen whenever you want to — right click on PCs; control + click on Macs.  Subscribe by clicking RSS for regular updates or go to Jan’s Storytelling Club in iTunes podcasts .

Find out more about Jan and her books at http://janandrews.ca