For the very first time I'm hosting TWO GUESTS AT THE SAME TIME! Returning guests, Ashley J May, and Meagan Rose Wilson join me for a conversation focused on being critically conscious in bringing stories and songs to young children.
Here is where you can check out the project achieve for "Thirty Sunsets and a Moon", Ashley's zine, a collaboration with Jessica Lewis Stevens of Sugar House Workshop.
Here is a link to Ashley's Instagram.
Here is a link to Meagan's Instagram.
Below are resource recommendations from Ashley May:
Early Childhood Favorites (Story + Song)
Early Childhood Audio and/or Book w/ CD
Alternatives to Grimm mentioned:
Smithsonian Folkways is overall an excellent starting point for further study and understanding of traditional folk songs + story of people of the Global majority:
The above search can even be filtered by country.
Meagan Wilson's website can be found here
and has some wonderful resources.
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