The original story character, The Storytelling Queen of the Sea, made her debut while celebrating World Storytelling Day at Diamond Springs Elementary in Virginia Beach. Here are some excerpts from the sea themed shows.

Meet an original Literacy Action Hero, The Powerful Pencil Lady.   Her mission is to make sure that the world’s supplies of pencils are safe.

Here are some excerpts from the 3rd annual storytelling show for the RISE students..  Through her vocal variety, Miss Green brings an assortment of fascinating characters to life.  She feels that it is important for the audience to feel as if they are part of the story so that they can have an exciting experience while learning meaningful life lessons.

Quote from the audience: “It was like watching a magic show.”

In this story, Spaghetti and Meatballs, the storyteller teaches the children that perseverance and belief in one’s self can lead to success in the things they want to achieve. Through the animated retelling of her actual experiences in the kitchen, Miss Green shows that sticking to their goals and learning from their mistakes can lead them to success. The children join the storyteller in the refrain “If I can believe it, I can achieve it,” reinforcing the “moral” of the story. Children learn that the first step to believing in themselves is being an optimist and thinking positively.