Links

Literature

  • “Sto­ry­telling for Chil­dren in Cri­sis” by Mol­ly Salans
  • Nan­cy Mel­lon with Ash­ley Rams­don: Body Elo­quence, The Pow­er of Myth and Sto­ry to Awak­en the Body’s Ener­gies (ISBN 978–1‑60415–028‑5)
  • Susan Per­row: Ther­a­peu­tic Sto­ry­telling – 101 Heal­ing Sto­ries for Chil­dren, Hawthorn Press, ISBN 978–1‑907359–15‑6
  • Susan Per­row: Heal­ing Sto­ries for Chal­leng­ing Behav­iour, Hawthorn Press, ISBN 978–1‑903458–78‑5
  • Sto­ries to nour­ish the hearts of our chil­dren, Lau­ra Simms, ISBN 9780991169214
  • Our secret ter­ri­to­ry – the essence of sto­ry­telling, Lau­ra Simms, ISBN 978–159181172-551495
  • Remap­ping your mind, the Neu­ro­science of Self Trans­for­ma­tion through Sto­ry, Lewis Mehl-Madrons, ISBN 978–1‑59143–209‑8
  • Our Table of Mem­o­ries, Food and Poet­ry of Spir­it Home­land and Tradition,
  • Sto­ries of arrival: Refugee and immi­grant, a Youth voic­es poet­ry project
  • Idries Shah: Tales of the Dervish­es – Teach­ing-sto­ries of the Sufi Mas­ters over the past thou­sand years. Jonathan Cape London.
  • Bren­dan Nolan: Irish Love Sto­ries, Fresh Appeal, Dublin
  • Mar­garet Read Mac­don­ald: Peace Tales – World Folk­tales to talk about –
    August House Pub­lish­ers, Inc.
  • Mar­garet Read Mac­don­ald: Three Minute Tales – Sto­ries from around the world to tell or read when time is short – Auguist House Pub­lish­ers Inc.
  • Nan­cy Mel­lon: Sto­ry­telling with Chil­dren – Hawthorn Press – ear­ly years series.
    (Basics and secrets of growth and needs for par­ents and educators)
  • Remap­ping your mind, the Neu­ro­science of Self Trans­for­ma­tion through Sto­ry, Lewis Mehl-Madrons, ISBN 978–1‑59143–209‑8
  • Our Table of Mem­o­ries, Food and Poet­ry of Spir­it Home­land and Tra­di­tion, Sto­ries of arrival: Refugee and immi­grant, a Youth voic­es poet­ry project
  • Mar­tin Straube: “The raw soul”. The author is an anthro­po­soph­i­cal doc­tor and active at emer­gency ped­a­gogy mis­sions. This arti­cle is based on his lec­ture at the con­fer­ence „Ped­a­gog­i­cal Meth­ods when work­ing with refugee chil­dren“ on Decem­ber 5th 2015 at the Rudolf-Stein­er-School Bern­er Ober­land, Switzerland.