“The students sat entranced during the entire forty minute program.  The Latin American legends tied in nicely with the social studies curriculum.”
Becky Gilger,
Media Specialist

“I love the way your stories bridge multicultural diversity, with appreciation and understanding.  It is truly a moving experience to see 7th graders sitting spellbound as they listen to one of your tales.”
Melissa Blalock,
7th Grade Teacher
“The children were mesmerized by your animated telling of Caribbean folk tales.  I was particularly impressed by the way you were able to adapt your stories to the varied ages of the children, from kindergarten to fifth grade.

Judy Green,
  National Storytelling Festival
 Exchange Place, 1999
 Jonesboro, TN
  Festival of Light
 Midland, TX

 Cherokee Rose Storytelling Festival
 Carrollton, GA
  High Museum of Art
 Atlanta, GA
  Azalea Storytelling Festival
  LaGrange, GA
  Points of Entry: A Nation of Strangers
  Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
  Stories for a Winter Night
  Kennesaw State University
  Arts Festival of Atlanta 1996
  Reading on the River
  Blytheville, AR
  Tellabration 1995
  Rome, GA
  18th Annual National Storytelling Conference
  Regional Storytelling Concert
  South Carolina State Conference for the
  International Reading Association
  Olde Christmas Storytelling Festival
  Nexus Contemporary Art Center
  Three Kings Fiesta
  Chattahoochee Nature Center
  Nature Tales Nights
  Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
  Stories for a Wednesday Evening
  Atlanta History Center
  Folklife Festival
*Complete list available upon request