Stories by Mary
Mary Johnson Grant is an educator, author, storyteller and workshop facilitator. She has been a professional storyteller and workshop presenter for many years. She uses an interactive approach while telling stories to all ages in schools, television/radio programs, community, social events and parent’s workshops. Mary shares African folktales like” Anansi the Spider”, Historical Reenactments like The Life of “Sojourner Truth”, self-esteem stories like “The Eagles Who Thought They Were Chickens” and historical workshops on the “Great Migration’s Storytelling”. She shares her personal stories to promote literacy in workshops or just sharing to encourage early reader’s confidence.
Length of Residency if Applicable: 3to 5 days
Travel Expenses: $2.50 cent per mile;
26282 Summerdale Dr.
Southfield, MI 48033
Office Phone: 248 304 0030 Cell: 313 622 4315
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