Capture the beauty, power, and wisdom of the Native American oral tradition with this superlative collection of readings taken from the writings and speeches of people from many different tribes. The collection offers insights into Native American ways of living, learning, and dying, and helps us to feel a reconnection with the land and ourselves. The words of Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull, Ohiyesa, Black Elk, and others create a powerful listening experience.
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Bruce Allen has been the Button End storyteller for decades, telling wonderful tales about a special neighborhood that is no more. Yet the people of Button End live on because Bruce Allen is a true storyteller, mixing humor with wisdom. So sit back and listen as Jiggz outsmarts the priest, for a while, and hear what really happened when JFK came to Button End. Bruce Allen’s storytelling will make you smile.
For decades Bruce Allen has been telling stories in hospice and home care, bringing smiles to people approaching their sunsets. So listen as Janette sings again and how Madge shows true courage. These special stories have helped many people hold hands, smile and find comfort.
More warm and wonderful stories of hospice and home care from Bruce Allen, the Button End Storyteller. Listen and laugh as Stan finds his own path, and smile as Paul finally reaches the garden. These special stories offer comfort for those who need a hand to hold.
The plucky and funny people of Button End come alive again with Bruce Allen’s charming storytelling. Listen and laugh as Fanny sails around the world and plants happiness everywhere, as Felix the vet heals not only animals but hearts, and discover what becoming an American really means. Stories that will make you smile and listen again.
More stories to make you smile from the Button End storyteller, Bruce Allen. Hear about the beautiful Selena’s flower garden and how it almost wrecked a marriage until a shy wife plowed through a budding flirtation. Delight in the mysteries of the Old Manor and hear how Christa really paid her father’s bar bill.