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June Brown

June Brown

15 McMurrich St.

Home/Résidence: 416-221-3190


June enjoys working with listeners of all ages. Many of her stories for younger children are interactive to help them develop their literacy skills. She often incorporates puppets, music and a felt board. Whether the listeners are young or old, her stories allow them to stretch their imaginations and experience fun, laughter, suspense and amazement. “Tell it again,” is a common response.

June has told stories in schools, libraries, churches, daycare centres, therapeutic settings, summer camps and festivals.

She works with the Story Jam program to in-service teachers and help students learn to tell their own tales. To find out how the Story Jam program can help you meet the oral language expectations for your grade, visit:

Programmes: (Interactive, participatory stories for younger listeners:)

- Barnyard Tales

- Monkey Business

- An Autumn Cornucopia

Stories for all ages:

- Multicultural Tales

- Shivery Tales for Hallowe’en

- Brave Girls, Strong Women, Wise Grandmothers

- Giants, Trolls and Ogres

- Fools and Tricksters First Nation Stories

- Myths and Legends of the Ancient World

- Medieval Tales

…or, a program tailored to your requirements

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