Storybox Playlist SPECIAL: Immigration Stories
President Trump's "Immigration Ban" has a lot of Americans (and people around the world) talking about who we are as a country. America has always referred to itself as a nation of immigrants and now more than ever, it is necessary to remember our common history. Here are a few stories to help us remember.
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The Welcoming Feast (from the Martin & Sylvia Series)
A three-story collection about Martin and Sylvia's new family friends: the Hadids.
When the Hadids all visit on a Saturday for a shared meal, brother and sister learn a little about the lovely traditions in the Muslim faith.
Ohio: The View From Above (from the FIFTY: The Stars, the States, and the Stories Seris)
In our newest collection, we will learn about the American Experiment through the experience of “regular folk” of all types and kinds, which together form the beauty and diversity of the United States.
This is the very first story in the Series, with the second one landing this week!
A Single Stack of Stones (From the Dry Gables Introduction Collection)
"Dry Gables" is a unique series of stories centered around the people who live and work in a gold-rush era small town in South Dakota. Each of the characters has their own reason for coming to Dry Gables and each offers an essential ingredient to the town's well being.
In this first story in the series, J.B. talks about the town Dry Gables and the magical way in which it was founded - by people from all over the world.
The Christmas Drum (from the Twelve Tales of a Tullyport Christmas Collection)
The twelve stories follow the Tully family - along with other founding members of Tullyport, colonial town on the Coast of Maine - as they bring traditions from their various homelands and mix them together into a perfect American Tradition.
In this first story, Francis Tully and his family leave Northern Ireland and arrive in colonial Maine in 1760 to see rocky shores, white pines and great possibility. They bring some clothes, some tools and an Irish frame drum that Francis insists will bring others together – to live, work and celebrate together.
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About the Author
David Sewell McCann
David Sewell McCann fell in love with spinning stories in first grade – the day a storyteller came to his class and captured his mind and imagination. He has been engaged in storytelling all of his adult life through painting, film-making, teaching and performing. Out of his experience as a Waldorf elementary class teacher and parent, he has developed a four step method of intuitive storytelling, which he now shares through workshops and through this website.