Tag Archives: Storytelling

Real werewolf stories

The full moon was Saturday night but it will be pretty large for a few more days. Time perhaps for some werewolf stories. These 8 stories go back hundreds of years and are myths of people that were really believed … Continue reading

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The Unluckiest Man in the World – Co-constructed Storytelling

The Unluckiest Man in the World Once upon a time the unluckiest man in the world was sitting on a bench. ‘Why does everything I do go wrong?’ he asked himself. ‘I’ve lost my job. I’ve lost my girlfriend, I’ve … Continue reading

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The Perfect Wife; a tale by Nasreddin Hoca

The Perfect Wife – a tale simply to read and enjoy. Nasreddin Hoca was sitting in a tea shop when a friend excitedly came in. ‘I’m so happy, Hoca,’ his friend gushed, ‘I’m about to get married. Hoca, have you … Continue reading

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The Henry Brothers’ blogroll. Who are these people?

Like many bloggers we’ve included a “blogroll”, a list of links to other blogs and websites we think you may enjoy. But we wanted to give you a little more information about them than can be found in the basic … Continue reading

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Strong Wind – a Native American Cinderella story

Strong Wind Once there was a great warrior named Strong Wind. He lived with his sister in a tent on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Strong Wind had an amazing power. He was able to make himself invisible. His … Continue reading

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The Tea Master and the Samurai – a Japanese folktale

Once there was a famous Japanese tea master called Sen no Rikyu. Rikyu was a spiritual man who believed in simplicity and the beauty of nature. When he performed the tea ceremony he would carefully choose beautiful but simple pots … Continue reading

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The Worry Tree

The Worry Tree ! Paresh, an Indian carpenter I once hired to help me restore my old farmhouse, had just finished a difficult and hard first day on the job. A flat tyre on his lorry made him lose an … Continue reading

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