The Raven Who Talked Too Much


On a beautiful summer’s day, a group of people gathered for a picnic. They spread out their tablecloth on the cool green grass and opened up their picnic basket full of delicious food. They were all very hungry and couldn’t wait to eat. But the picnickers weren’t the only ones in the neighborhood who were […]

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A Silent Night

Silent Night

On Christmas Eve 1914, one the most extraordinary miracles in history occurred. This story takes the form of a meditation inviting grown ups and children to contemplate how the human spirit endures even in the midst of suffering, fear, and hardship. Download A Silent-Night

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Give the Gift of Storytelling to Your Family this Holiday Season

I’ve got a great gift idea to share with my readers and followers who are searching for the right holiday present to give to parents and grandparents of young children. My two teenage sons Will and Connor and I just released a new edition of our book, “Dad, Tell Me a Story” – How to […]

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Gather Around Celebrating the Stories of the Season

Many parents of young children often ask me for suggestions for family activities over the holidays. My first reaction is to demur, explaining that as the father of two teenage boys, I myself am desperately looking for ways to entice my sons to spend some time with their parents celebrating the season. And then I […]

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The Second Edition

2nd Edition of Dad Tell Me a Story

Just in time for the holidays, I’m pleased to announce that I’ve teamed with my publisher Nicasio Press to release a second edition of my book, “Dad Tell Me A Story,” How to Revive the Tradition of Storytelling with Your Children.The second edition contains many of the much-loved stories from my first book, but adds […]

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