MP3 Max Tell - Little Johnny Small Audio Book
New stories to delight the hearts of the young and the young of mind. The Package includes both a CD and an Audio Book. It is also available with Spanish translations.
4 MP3 Songs in this album (33:58) !
Related styles: SPOKEN WORD: Audiobook, SPOKEN WORD: Storytelling
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Robert Stelmach, a.k.a. Max Tell, dubbed the ''International Troubadour’ by the 2006 Vancouver International Children’s Festival, has joined forces with Silvana Goldemberg, Argentinean/Canadian author of a number of children’s book in Spanish, to create "Little Johnny Small and Other Stories", CD with audio book.
Little Johnny Small - Max Tell dreamed this story when he was a child. Little Johnny Small shows forgiveness after Big Jonathan turns his birthday into a disaster.
Martin, the Brave Prince* - Although the days of chivalry have long past, Martin braves the modern world and valiantly makes his wish to save a beautiful princess come true.
Rodney Scribble - When given his first pencil and paper, Rodney Scribble turns the land called Illegible upside down.
"Rodney Scribble cannot scribble.
Rodney Scribble can only write,"
They said half in a whimper, half in a scream.
"Call his parents. Call the Mayor," they cried.
"This kid can only write.
We''ll never sleep another night."
The Smile Plant* - Micha has just lost her first baby tooth. But she doesn''t want to stick with tradition by putting her tooth under her pillow. No, she wants to share her new smile with the world.
As a writer, storyteller, and educator, Robert (Max Tell) Stelmach has toured the Pacific Rim five times. In 1991 his play, "Wild Rose and Half Step", was nominated for a Jessie Richardson Theater Award for Best Children''s Play of the Year. His story, "Fiezo, the book Burro" was runner-up for the 2007 Writing for Children Competition, sponsored by the Writers’ Union of Canada. Robert has two adult children and lives with his wife in White Rock, British Columbia.
Silvana Goldemberg was born in Entre Rios, Argentina, in 1963. Silvana is a teacher, specializing in Children’s Literature and Child Philosophy. She is a creator and organizer of literary spaces for children, an author of stories and novels for children and youth, and has over 14 published stories. Silvana lives in Richmond, British Columbia with her husband and their two daughters, discovering new literary horizons by writing for TV and film.
Chris Kelly, arranger and accomplished, is a versatile guitarist. He has worked with Max for over five years. They have appeared at many local children’s events and festivals, including the Vancouver International Storytelling Festival, and the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, the latter to standing room only.
* Stories originally written in Spanish by Silvana Goldemberg and creatively interpreted by Robert (Max Tell) Stelmach into English. The other stories were originally written by Robert (Max Tell) Stelmach.
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