Karen Prevetti Kersten's "The Story Hat"!


As audience members choose
an object from the hat's brim,
they hear their story symbolized.
And so do they design the specific contents
of each program themselves.

uses this technique, plus music, puppets, ethnic artifacts,
audience participation, and a dramatic style
in sharing tales from five major cultures!

Stories can
emphasize, and
tie into
school or
public library
yearly themes.
Stories can be
especially chosen
to celebrate
Hispanic Heritage,
Native American Heritage,
Asian Heritage,
Black History,
Women's History,
Children's Book Week,
National Library Week,
and other special holidays.

Stories can
one or more
of the current
school curriculum—
for instance,

Each visit includes
a full bibliography as well as a book for the library!

For more information about The Story Hat, click a picture below.
Or e-mail Karen at storyhat~at~yahoo~dot~com! Or call (920) 336-3255.

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Click here for The Story Hat brochure.
PDF file • 730 KB • approx. 4 minutes download at 28.8K

Copyright 2000 Karen Prevetti Kersten
E-mail: storyhat~at~yahoo~dot~com!
A TDBYC Production • Version 4.0 • February 2000
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