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"What if you could talk to plants, and they told you a secret?" Taking reality and adding a twist. A discussion of reality-based fantasy.
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Life for Josh isn’t the easiest. He moved into a new school, attracted the wrath of Brenda, an opinionated and quite capable classmate who believes Josh is making up wild stories and passing them off as true, and has conversations with the corn. Josh is taken into the confidence of the corn leading him to a meeting with a long-dead Alice. Josh is quickly plunged into danger, intrigue, and adventure as his relationship with his classmates deepens into friendship and respect.
Denny & I Stories - Riding Trees and The Great Sled Race.
In conversational, professional storyteller's cadence Anderson communicates a wealth of vivid, down home imagery: "genuine imitation Davy Crockett hats," 25 cent movies, Schwinn bicycles, October moons, crawdad fishing next to a graveyard, using string, a safety pin and bacon; a favorite bike path through a cornfield that was "like a green hallway" in the summer and a magical place of "corn ghosts" when the fog rolled in. --Lynne Heffley ©2000 Parents' Choice
About the Author
Musician, singer, mountain dulcimer player, storyteller, writer, author, workshop leader, educator, emcee The combination of music, storytelling and humor has made Mike Anderson one of the most sought-after speakers and performers from the Atlantic coast to Canada to the Gulf and all points in between. Internationally, Mike Anderson is part of the MMC Starlight/Encyclopedia Britannica International Storytelling Music and Storytelling Carnival in Taiwan for both years of its existence. Under the auspices of the Illinois State Board of Education, Mike has conducted many workshops for developing literacy through the art of storytelling. His Early Childhood shows are legendary. As an author and an elementary school teacher of 39 years, Mike earned accolades from his current principal who said, “He is a superb communicator, master teacher and an exceptional leader in any setting.” Mike Anderson holds an MA in Education from Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL. He has won numerous awards including two Parents’ Choice honors, Outstanding Educator Awards, and a National Federation of Local Cable Programming children’s programming award for the television show he wrote and hosted. Anna’s Old Boot, an audio collection of original short stories and songs, received a Recommended Honor from Parents’ Choice and a Gold Honor from the Children’s Music web and iParentingVisit profile and see all programs