CREATURE  FEATURES:        HOMEPAGE        WELCOME         CONCERT         FUNSTUFF         CONCLUSION


Welcome!

 

The storytellers performing in this concert are graduate students in the SLIS 5611 Advanced Storytelling class at the University of North Texas in Denton. 

They have prepared for you an amazing array of video stories and tales about animals from around the world. 

You’ll meet dogs ... lots of them. 

There’s a cowdog, prairie dog, wiener dog, and even a hero dog ...

And cats are inside this cave also so you’ll  meet Tajar and a pompous bobcat ...

We’ll enter the sea to share aquatic tales about  a crocodile, alligator, and a turtle ...

Then we’ll go deeper into the watery depths to witness a half man/half fish and a mermaid story ....

There’s a magical tale of a young girl and her monarch butterflies ...

and

Wonderful stories about elephants, hippos, rhinos, beavers, coyotes, and rabbits who are all anxious to share their tales (tails?)!

 

Our animal world awaits you ...
and your imagination. 

Each story can be accessed by clicking the teller’s name.  These links will bring you the personal biography of the tellers, a story abstract, and a video which can be viewed through Real Player.

There is also a link for quotes, animal songs, and fun facts about our furry, feathery, scaly, and hairy animal friends. 

To view the storytelling concert performance videos,
download FREE RealPlayer:
http://www.realone.com/

PERMISSIONS GRANTED FOR USE OF ALL MULTIMEDIA RECORDINGS.
ALL COPYRIGHT PROTECTED STORIES ARE TOLD WITH PERMISSION RECEIVED IN WRITING FROM
PUBLISHERS AND AUTHORS AS STATED IN THE VIDEOS AND ALL DOCUMENTS ARE ON FILE IN THE
SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS.

This Website Designed and Developed by Elizabeth Figa, Ph.D.
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Cave Graphic and Logo Designed by:
Melissa Licón
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Photography in videos is copyrighted and used with permission from:
Tiffany
Licón
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Music in videos is copyrighted and used with permission from:
Dr. Mary Anne Clark:
http://whozoo.org/mac/Music/index.htm