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Medieval Tales

Czarnota, Lorna MacDonald

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ISBN 10: 0874835895 / ISBN 13: 9780874835892
Published by August House Pub Inc, Little Rock, Arkansas, 2000
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Title: Medieval Tales

Publisher: August House Pub Inc, Little Rock, Arkansas

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:NEW

Dust Jacket Condition: NEW

Edition: First Edition.

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Just who was Robin Hood? What did William Tell do that was so special? Why is Joan of Arc so famous? Author Lorna Czarnota presents medieval tales that answer these questions and many more in a fun, simplified way that allows kids to add their own details and use their own imaginations in their retellings.

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Lorna MacDonald Czarnota Bio:

An award-winning storyteller and humanitarian, Lorna has been telling stories professionally since 1985. She performs and presents in schools, libraries, museums, festivals and conferences, runaway shelters, detention centers, residential treatment facilities, theaters and community venues, among others. Her work includes traditional and original stories, occasionally with music and songs for all ages.
Lorna specializes in mentoring at-risk youth and their families through story. She was nominated for United Way and Univera Health Community Hero Award and named Hopevale Incorporated's Volunteer of the Year.

Lorna holds a certificate in trauma counseling. Her other specialties are identity building in communities following disaster and personal trauma, empowerment for abused women, imagination playtime, historical portrayals and role-play, and Scottish tales. Lorna is a keynote speaker, workshop leader, artist, historian, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Creative Studies for Young Children, as well as a Masters in Special Education. Lorna is the founder and Executive Director of Crossroads Story Center, Inc. a not-for-profit reaching at-risk youth.

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