John McCormick is the author of <em>“Dad, Tell Me a Story,” How to Revive the Tradition of Storytelling with Your Children</em> (Nicasio Press 2013). The book contains 25 stories he created with his own two sons, and provides guidance to parents on how to create a storytelling tradition in their own families. <br />
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On his <a href="http://dadtellmeastory.com/" target="_hplink">storytelling blog</a></a>, John offers stories and storytelling tips to families while sharing parenting insights reflecting the wonder and joy of raising kids. He has also served as a guest contributor on such influential parenting blogs as The Parent Network, Man of the House, and The Parent du Jour. John is a frequent speaker and storytelling advocate at schools, book clubs, parent associations, fairs, libraries, and summer camps, having made presentations to the <a href="http://www.ncrcpreschool.org/" target="_hplink">National Child Research Center</a>, a prestigious preschool in Washington, D.C., and the <a href="http://www.parentsleague.org/" target="_hplink">Parents League of New York</a>, one of the oldest parent associations in the United States.<br />
You can also follow the authors on <a href="https://twitter.com/DadTellMeAStory" target="_hplink">Twitter</a> or join them on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/DadTellMeAStory" target="_hplink">Facebook</a>.