Dedicated to Publishing Quality Storigami Storytelling Books, Dvd's, Educational Materials and Children's Fiction since 1991
Announcements and Recent News Articles:
- Christine Petrell Kallevig presented a Spiritual Storigami workshop June 26-28, 2014 at the
8th Annual Christian Storytelling Conference at Living Waters Lutheran Church, 7229 N. Knoxville Ave. in Peoria, Illinois.
- Tale Unfolds - Author shares stories, origami with students..., Cranberry Eagle, Written by Paula Grubbs, Published April 21, 2014 - See photos and the full article here.
- "This year the students of Eleanor Rush Intermediate School celebrated Read Across America with a unique visitor who folded their imaginations into wonderful, new shapes..." Click here to read the rest of this detailed article about a recent school visit by Storytime Ink author, Christine Petrell Kallevig.
- Midwest Book Review of The Sun, The Moon, and The Origami Grammie. Scroll down to the fifth Picturebook in the January, 2014 edition to read the full review.
- Story is told, and unfolds, with artist’s storigami published April 8, 2012 By Katie Schwendeman, Staff Writer, Morning Journal News
- Response to Christine Petrell Kallevig's Storigami Presentation at a New York School
- Christine Kallevig presents Storigami at Children's Book Festival in Toledo, Ohio
- Author Christine Petrell Kallevig's Storigami is a part of Cornwall Elementary's Art in Our School Day in Cornwall, PA
- Are you interested in attending a Storigami workshop with author Christine Petrell Kallevig? Mark your calendar for October 21, 22, and 29 2010. She is presenting workshops at the Ohio Educational Library Media Association Conference in Columbus, Ohio and in Dearborn, Michigan at MAME 37, Michigan Association for Media in Education.
- Washtenaw County Michigan AEYC & ECDA Events for October:
Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 7:00 p.m. Interactive Storytelling with Christine Petrell Kallevig: STORIGAMI! more details...
- Origami Storytelling in Elementary School Education
- Leaping into Literacy for an Ohio Right to Read Week
- Christine Petrell Kallevig accepts the Florence Temko Award in New York City
- Origami Fun at an Indiana School
Storytime Ink International: History and Goals
Storytime Ink International was founded in 1991. It is a small, debt-free, independent press located near Cleveland, Ohio. Storytime Ink International is dedicated to publishing quality storytelling resources, children's fiction, and educational materials that emphasize an interdisciplinary approach to learning through the integration of the arts into academic subjects.
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