Storytelling Videos For Kids – Spooky Tales
Do you love a good spine-tingling story? Well, you’ve come to the right place! We have two storytelling videos done by experts from Secret Passages that we’re sure will give you all the chills! We asked them to help us create storytelling videos using the books available in our library. Secret Passage is a storytelling community and company, who offer a certificate course on ‘The Heart and Craft of Storytelling.’ Hence, we thought they’d be the perfect people to partner with for the ‘One More Page, Please’ initiative.
The books read by the talented storytellers feature ‘Spooky Tales’ – one of the five categories we shortlisted for this initiative. This category of books is one that children either love or dislike due to the subject matter being scary. However, these types of books are a great introduction into the world of fantasy, mystery and wonder. Once they get hooked on to books that are spooky, you won’t be able to tear them away from these gripping stories!
Before you begin watching this spooky storytelling videos, we’d like to give you some background information them. Each storyteller was given only a short snippet of the book to narrate because these videos aim to help parents with their storytelling journey. Once the video is over, head to the book link and take over the storytelling session using your own personal style!
All the books mentioned here are available on www.getlitt.co/library.
1. ‘Vikram and the Vampire’ with Saurin Desai | Young Zubaan
Storyteller Saurin Desai reads from the book ‘Vikram and the Vampire’ for this storytelling session. What can you expect from this video? Well, the story is about a vampire piggybacking on a king’s back while spinning stories and riddles. Enjoy the storytelling session and read the entire book on GetLitt!
Read the book HERE.
2. ‘The Taxi Ride’ with Saurin Desai | Ms Moochie Books
Ready for some ghost stories? Well then, you better check out storyteller Saurin Desai as he reads a short story from the book ‘The Taxi Ride.’ It’s creepy, it’s scary but it’s also super intriguing. We bet you won’t be able to stop watching!
Read the book HERE.
Those were our two storytelling videos from the ‘Spooky Tales’ category. We hope you enjoyed watching the videos, and we hope you got some tips on how to be an excellent storyteller. Do follow GetLitt! on our social media platforms as we’re continually uploading fresh content just like these storytelling videos!
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Feature Image courtesy Sanjaya Krishnamoorthy