Timrous The Moose

That’s Timrous the wee moose an masel aff tae the bairnies o Kaimhill skweel fur a wee bittie Rabbie Burns!
 
Burns may have written “Tae A Moose” about him but there’s a lot more to Timrous’s story. He’s in love with a wee lady moosie but he’s just not good enough for her parents. We’ll see about that! They’ll get a wee bit of my favourite of Burns romantic songs “The Lea Rig” too 🙂20190121_123743.jpg

Thankyou Tullos Primary!

Thankyou Tullos Primary School for the lovely cards and letters which I received after telling stories for Book Week Scotland.
I love receiving pictures and letters! Especially if I have instilled a healthy respect for Scottish fairies!  xx

National Storytelling Week – 27 Jan to 3 Feb

Happy New Year Everyone! 
Today also brings the news that the 27th January to the 3rd February is National Storytelling Week.
If you would like a storyteller for your school, club or event, just ping me a message! Stories can be set to (pretty much) any project theme that you’re working on. what_story_will_you_be_telling

Seasons Greetings!

That’s the last storytelling session of 2018 done and dusted with a covering of snow and excess glitter 
The fairies and myself would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 🎄🧚‍♂️🌟☃️🎅Christmas Fizzy Fuzzy Me

National Storytelling Week

We’ve just had Book Week Scotland, but already schools, community groups and care homes are preparing for National Storytelling Week which runs from the 26th January to the 2nd February.
If you’d like to book Pauline to tell stories at your school, you can either message through this page or email paulinecordiner@gmail.com 47093771_1938894912856440_9195282774645276672_o

Book Week Scotland at Tullos Primary School

I made a visit yesterday to Tullos Primary School for #BookWeekScotland!
I had a challenging (but fun!) list of class subjects to work on – picking out stories for “Gaming”, “Animation”, “Fame” and “”The Greatest Show” and had a fantastic time telling stories in their new library space!
Some imps turned up to help me tell one of Stanley Robertson’s stories, and we managed to save Mary from the Devil’s clutches. I love my job 😉