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by Sophie Herxheimer,Sally Pomme Clayton
Clayton learned these stories by traveling through Central Asia, talking and sharing stories with storytellers in different lands. Following their tradition, she has made these stories her own.
Clayton learned these stories by traveling through Central Asia, talking and sharing stories with storytellers in different lands. Clayton provides notes About the Stories in the back of the book, to explain where they came from and other interesting tidbits and additional sources.
Illustrations by Sophie Herxheimer ‘Tales Told in Tents’ (Frances Lincoln 2004). Audience – 6 upwards Length – flexible, 30 mins to 75 mins Make a booking. Tales Told in Tents is a vibrant performance, based on Sally Pomme’s book, that takes the audience on a storytelling journey through Central Asia, weaving little known myths and fairytales with cultural description and anecdotes of extraordinary travels. A lovely book about the magic of stories told from memor. .
Tales Told in Tents book. These 12 exotic retellings of stories related to the author in storytelling tents, combined with Sophie Herxheimer's d artwork, reveal the richness of the little-known, faraway lands of Central Asia.
Tales Told in Tents: Stories from Central Asia (Paperback). Sally Pomme Clayton (author), Sophie Herxheimer (illustrator).
Fountain of life, Central Asia - About the stories - Map of Central Asia - Glossary. Includes a glossary and brief note that reveal the richness of these little-known, faraway lands.
Sally Pomme Clayton, Sophie Herxheimer. Why are some carpets magic? What is a wish-tree? And where can the fountain of eternal life be found? The answers to these and many other intriguing questions can be found in Sally Pomme Clayton's enchanted storytelling journey through Central Asia. On her travels in the region, Sally has accumulated a wealth of folklore and knowledge of nomadic cultures.
Picture by Sophie Herxheimer from our book 'Tales Told in Tents'.
Silk Road Family Day - Saturday 5 August 11- 3pm SOAS, University of London A day to explore the incredible ancient cultures and traditions that wind and weave along the Silk Road. I will be telling stories collected on my travels in Kyrgzstan and Kazakhstan, and showing some special hats and coats I brought back, and talking about why stories are so important if you are nomadic. Picture by Sophie Herxheimer from our book 'Tales Told in Tents'. Silk Road Family Day, SOAS, University of London.
Sally Pomme Clayton is an acclaimed storyteller. This is her second book with Sally Pomme Clayton for Frances Lincoln following Tales Told in Tents. Sophie lives in South London. Country of Publication. She co-founded The Company of Storytellers with Ben Haggarty and Hugh Lupton, spearheading the revival of storytelling in the UK. She tours throughout Britain, often performing at the British Museum, the Barbican, and the National Gallery. She was Royal Literary Fellow at the University of Westminster and City and Guilds of London Art School. She currently teaches at Rose Bruford College.
Tales Told in Tents is Magical. com User, November 9, 2008. These stories from Central Asia have a strong appeal to a six-year old I know. Because of the story of how the first felt was made, she is eager to try to make felt herself
Tales Told in Tents is Magical. I purchased this book for my twin 6 year old girls. Because of the story of how the first felt was made, she is eager to try to make felt herself. A dozen tales from the nomadic cultures of Central Asia for young readers. com User, April 28, 2006. Tales Told in Tents: Stories from Central Asia" serves as a nice little reminder that there were storytellers who lived in the region between the Middle East and the Far East.
Tales Told In Tents: Stories from Central Asia by Sally Pomme Clayton. These 12 exotic retellings of stories related to the author in storytelling tents, combined with Sophie Herxheimer’s brilliantly patterned artwork, reveal the richness of the little-known, faraway lands of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan. Adventures of Riley Tigers in Terai by Amanda Lumry. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.
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