From Other Cultures.
African, Asian, Hispanic, Jewish and Native
American stories. Fun and Educational.
Friendly Tales. Tales to
create a better understanding of peace, justice
and our environment told with puppets and magic.
Tot Tales. Puppets,
flannel board, magic and audience participation
entertain the youngest listeners in a funloving
for Black History Month.
Enchanting story of an African boy who saved his
village from slavery and other African stories to
promote cultural pride.
Moral of the Story--tales
from many cultures that promote character
education using audience participation, puppets,
magic and story theater.
original dramatic presentation of Holocaust
stories based on real lives .Appropriate for
listeners age 10-adult for this compelling and
unforgettable 35-45 minute presentation.
of Peace and Justice-stories
to build community spirit, pass on wisdom and
values of society.
Ball Soup Stories. Jewish
heritage and tradition is brought to life with
tales from Linda Spitzer's Magical Storybag. I
use puppets and group participation to get
children excited about Jewish traditions.
Mitzvah tales &"Mishahgas"
using puppets, magic, flannelboard &
lots of audience join-ins.
Enchanting tales highlighting Tzedakah,
Torah, Shabbat, Israel and Holidays &
Chesed using puppets and story theater.
on request for 3rd grade & up dealing
with tolerance & prejudice .
Jewish Tales of
Wit and Wisdom
insightful heartwarming and often
humorous stories for adults.
in all phases of storytelling available for
students, parents and teachers
"Linda captured the hearts
of our students with a thoughtful selection of stories by
her dramatic delivery." Gulliver private school
"Your stories took us into
the countries and lives of Jews long ago." Aviva
"The tales she tells range
from fun and entertaining to tales that deliver powerful
messages about the earth today." Naturalist Don
Campbell, Dagger Wing Nature Center
"The interaction between
Linda and the children was magical. They probably didn't
realize the wonderful lessons they were learning about
being a mensch." Karen Simmonds, Ed. Dir.Temple
"Her storytelling is filled
with energy and animation."Miami Herald"
"You kept all ages engrossed
in your stories. They were absolutely amazing." Aley
Sheer, program director, Temple Sinai