• Jun 27, 2021
  • 56:50 mins

Do you ever have days when you feel invisible? No matter what you say, it seems as though people don’t even notice you’re there. What would it be like to be completely invisible, unseen by anyone? Today we’ll hear the story of a boy who was completely invisible and one young woman’s search to find him. It’s a Native American twist on a Cinderella story retold by Stephanie Beneteau. We know you’ll love it, along with all the other stories we have to share today. You’ll hear Richard Martin retell a Scottish folk tale, “Death in the Nut.” Joseph Bruchac brings us the tale of liar Bill Greenfield and how his wife taught him a thing or two. And finally you’’ll hear a twist on an old tall tale with Joel ben Izzy’s “Paula Bunyan: A True Story.” Or is it? You’ll have to listen and find out! On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “The Invisible Boy” by Stephanie Beneteau from Dreaming Tall: Stories for Growing Girls Radio Family Journal: "Lights in the Sky" by Sam Payne The Daily Mix: "The Allusionist" with Stewart Foster “Death in the Nut” by Richard Martin from The Well at the World’s End and Other Tales “How Bill Greenfield’s Wife Taught Him a Thing or Two” from Adirondack Tall Tales, Volume One: The Bill Greenfield Stories “Paula Bunyan: A True Story” by Joel ben Izzy from How I Learned to Love Liver