Rights offering detail :
Story Monsters Among Us: A Brief History of Human Storytelling
Oct. 10, 2021
Author:
Conrad J. Storad
Category:
Graphic Novel
Description:
The Storyteller’s tool for engaging the imagination of young readers … for teachers, librarians, parents, and all storytellers!

Story Monsters Among Us: A Brief History of Human Storytelling, by award-winning children’s author Conrad J. Storad, whisks readers away on a journey spanning 50,000 years to discover the origins of storytelling—from the Chauvet Cave painters of southern France to the brothers Grimm to modern-day stories in the digital age. As the history of storytelling is recounted to Story Monster, readers are reminded of where storytelling came from and what it delivers to listeners. Delightful illustrations accompany each of the stories.
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All rights including film/tv/publishing
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What Folks Are Saying …

⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Storad introduces readers to storytelling and shares briefly about what they will see in this book. He then takes us back to the first recorded drawings and writing and moves through history. Love the Story Monsters observing everything and participating at times. I appreciate that cultures from across the globe are included so readers see diverse civilizations and the roots of their own cultures. The book brings us into predictions for the future where humans travel to other planets and bring their stories with them. A brief summary of storytelling that captures the historical process and lets readers decide on the connections to our modern time.”

— Pam Gombert, Librarian, Goodreads

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Conrad J. Storad’s ‘Story Monsters Among Us: A Brief History of Human Storytelling’ was a joy to read! The text by Storad and the unique and colorful illustrations by Jeff Yesh made the information about the history of storytelling come alive.

The mysterious shapeshifting Story Monster that moves throughout the past and into the future will most definitely engage young readers as they learn about various cultures and the art of storytelling within those cultures. The addition of word definitions and an activity guide at the end of the book are a great bonus that parents and teachers will especially appreciate.

It isn’t easy to create a book that is educational and informative while still being fun and interactive, but Storad has succeeded in doing just that!” — Deborah Edmisten, Author
Contact:
Linda Foster Radke
Story Monsters LLC
info@storymonsters.com
phone: (480) 480-940-8182
fax: (480) 940-8787
4696 W Tyson Street, Chandler, AZ 85226
Offering #:
18321
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