Library Storytelling 

An Author/Storyteller for every age and season

"Highly recommended for public libraries anywhere who want to engage their audiences and send them away happier."  
– Providence Public Library

From classics like "The Three Bears" to the giant slug in "It Ate My Sister", your patrons will laugh, smile and enjoy stories read and told by award-winning author and storyteller Mark Binder.

For Families, Adults and Children

Year-round and summer programming too… Whether it's "Read, Renew, Repeat" or "Adventure Begins," having a storyteller who's an author will both brighten the faces of listeners AND encourage reading!

Plus so many other themes…

Silly Stories for Spring (or summer) • Autumn/Spooky • Family Stories • A Holiday Present • Jewish Folktales • Tall Tales • Stories for Peace • Camp and Campfire Stories • Loki Ragnarok and more

Every program is adapted to be appropriate to the ages of the audience who show up on the day of the event.

With younger groups it's storytelling and song. With older or mixed audiences, weaving a blend of reading, storytelling, song, and Q/A, Mark captures attention and takes young and older readers on a journey with imagination. Everyone is transported.

Mark's programs are typically 45 minutes long. He has both indoor and outdoor sound systems available.
(RI Artists Educators • NH Kids Books and the Arts • NY BOCES • Creative Ground and more.)

Call us at  (401) 272-8707 or email Beth Hellman -







For Booking and Information 
Contact: Beth Hellman 

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