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Story Village with Aunti Oni.
Here's the latest news on this bombastic truly fantastic storytelling resource and imaginative audio adventure. You can listen on your phone or scroll on down on this page to hang out in the Story Village with Aunti Oni while you visit.
*!* HEADS UP! If you have heard, downloaded or subscribed to Aunti Oni Story Village...the new news is the name change to STORY VILLAGE with AUNTI ONI
*!* SEE our brand new Story Village cover. Yes! it is my personal
vision to see everyone in Story Village loving books.
Cover designed by 99 Grafix.
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Season 3 drops on January 7, 2023 with Aunti Oni's poetic versions
of classical fairy tales and modern musical stories.
YO! Don't go...stay in the storytelling flow
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Professional storytellers, children authors and poets from around the world live in the Story Village with Aunti Oni. Listen up and learn the stories and poetry created just for you.
Check 'em out!
Charlotte Blake Alston : Martin Luther King Jr. poem #42
Karima Amin : How Brer Rabbit Lost His Tail (adaptation) #39
Willa Brigham : Bits & Pieces, 2 poems #17
Mitch "Grandaddy Junebug" Capel : The Jealous Farmer #3
Joann Frasier Dasent : A Farmer, His Son & Mule (adaptation) #15
Paul Laurence Dunbar, Poet : A Cabin Tale #10
Heather Forest : Beautiful As You Are #2
Nikki Giovanni, Poet : A Library (latest book) #49
Mama Linda Goss : The Frog Who Wanted To Be A Singer #43
Joy Jones : The Girl Who Loved Hip Hop #1
Mama Koku The Storyteller : Zuri The Fairy (book) #3
Antonio Sacre : Second Language aka The Barking Mouse #27
Pedro Pablo Sacristan : The Boy Who Always Won #36
Baba Jamal Koram, The Storyman : Pulling Together #40
Oni Lasana : The Palm & The Poui #8
Patricia McLean : Reggie Rascal #6
Elisa Pearmain, LMHC : Butterfly Friends #37
Debra Weller : Ant & Grasshopper (Aesop adaptation) #21
Diane Williams : Annie Mae Jumps The Broom #12
ALSO: Anansi, Aesop and classic stories of empowering morals and a educational entertaining compliment to SEL - Social Emotional Learning 5 components:
BONUS: Story Village with Aunti Oni is a great resource for aspiring storytellers to find stories to retell with attributions to the authors.
Music is life!
#1 ~ April 3, 2021
Thank you Joy Jones, Storyteller
"I listened to Peace & War this morning and your telling of that moral message was incredible. What a blessing that the world is able to access and enjoy these stories for free. Thank you."
Ity's Bitsy Spider has a name, ANANSI...yep, Anansi fell down but...he stops crying and keeps on trying!
I am because we are!
An original song for our youngsters to appreciate diversity.
An original song about Aesop the storyteller to sing-along!
Be prepared in all you do...a special message just for you!
Let's sing hello in different languages!
"Aunti Oni's gentle, laugh filled voice is an aural delight. Her storytelling gifts shine as she artfully take other's writings or folktales and weaves them into new quilts. Gather your family together, even on your individual device, and share in the joy of Aunti Oni's Storytelling."
Sky Walker Payne, Storyteller
Aunti Oni's fun loving storytelling style is a literary treat! Listen anytime, on your favorite podcast app in your car, home or before bedtime.
Hear fantastic world music under delightful classic and modern tales from the creative energies of storytellers, poets and Aunti Oni!
Listen up! to this adventurous podcast of original and traditional stories for children, featuring the 7 principles of Kwanzaa.
Kwanzaa was created by Dr. Karenga in 1966 to teach values and history for the cultural consciousness of Africans in America.
Aunti Oni made her debut telling world famous stories on this Webby award winning podcast.
As Miss JoJo's American cousin, Aunti Oni re-tells the Anansi story,
Why Spiders Live on the Ceilings in episode #7. Episode 8 Aesop's Rabbit & Turtle race and episode 9 is the crisis management tale; 3 Fish In A Pond, all in a fun storytelling style.
In 2008 Professor Nikki Giovanni, Author and Poet invited Oni Lasana to rap Paul Dunbar's "We Wear The Mask" in this award winning beautifully illustrated audio book.
Students learn and perform Paul Laurence Dunbar's northern and southern spoken word poetry.
In class or virtual, 8 weeks with performance date.
Published on P. 288 in this book on Libraries Unlimited
A short story by Oni Lasana is included in this groundbreaking book. Self-reflective autobiographies, and adventurous stories from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's newest literary talents.