Repertoire Kinder

  • Two Little Hands …. –  A singing story
  • The Story of Mill and Moll (Fabiana Parano) Song: Mill and Moll
  •  The Heron´s Neck, with a puppet (version by Fabiana Parano)
  • On Your Potty, with a puppet (Virginia Miller)
  • The Story of But and Fly (Fabiana Parano) Song: But and Fly
  • Are you My Mother? (by P D Eastman) Song: Are You My Mother?
  • The Loudest Roar (Thomas Taylor
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears (traditional tale)
  • Owen with props (by Kevin Henkes)
  • Hiccups for Elephant (James Preller)
  • The Three Rabbits (adapted from a tale by M Salotti)
  • The Big Balloon and The Tiny Ball (Fabiana Parano) Song: Big Balloon & Tiny Ball
  • Two Dogs (adapted from a tale by M Salotti) Song: Two Dogs
  • Fear (G. Cabal) Song: Afraid of All
  • The Snake without a Tail with a prop (Fabiana Parano) Song: The Snake without a Tail
  • Harriet, You’ll Drive Me Wild (Marla Frazee)
  • Monsters in the Dark (Fabiana Parano) Song: Monsters in the Dark
  • The Rabbit and the Tortoise (traditional tale)
  • The Selfish Crocodile (Faustin Charles & Michael Terry)
  • Wet Beds with a puppet (Fabiana Parano)


Repertoire primaria

  • Silent Sam (Fabiana Parano)
  • The Big Enormous Carrot with props (traditional tale, based on The Big Enormous Turnip)
  • Caps for Sale (Esphyr Slobodkina)
  • The Selfish Giant (Oscar Wilde) Song: The Selfish Giant
  • Ella, The Elegant Elephant (by C and S D’amico)
  • The Shoemaker and the Elf, with a puppet (traditional tale)
  • Winnie, The Witch (Korky Paul & Valerie Thomas)
  • Jack and the Robbers  (traditional tale)
  • The Enormous Crocodile, with props (Roald Dahl)
  • Fluffy, with a puppet (Patricia López Latour)
  • Frank is Afraid to Fail (Fabiana Parano)
  • Pirate O’Malley, with a puppet (Irish tale, version by Fabiana Parano
  • Esio Trot, with puppets (Roald Dahl)
  • The Teacher of The Black Lagoon (Mike Thaler)
  • There is a Nightmare in My Closet (Mercer Mayer) Song: Monster
  • Everybody is against Me (Fabiana Parano)
  • The Witches (an excerpt from the novel by Roald Dahl)
  • The Starfish (Virginia Roffo)
  • A Bad Case of Stripes (David Shannon)
  • Why Me? (Fabiana Parano)
  • Ali Baba and The Forty Thieves (traditional tale)
  • Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon (Jules Bass & Debbie Harter)
  • The Humming Bird (legend)
  • The Black Cat (E A Poe)
  • The Licked Hand (urban legend)
  • The Killer in the Backseat (urban legend)
  • The Blind Men and the Elephant (traditional Arabian tale)
  • Bob’s Harmonica (Based on Rachel Isadora’s Ben’s Trumpet)
  • The Little Old Woman Who Lived in a Bottle (traditional tale)


Repertoire Secondary

  • Yonjwa seeks a Bride (African folktale)
  • Marriage to a Boa Constrictor (African folktale)
  • The Sun Sisters (Chinese legend)
  • The Boy Who Grew Flowers (Jen Wojtowicz)
  • Lamb to The slaughter (Roald Dahl)
  • Mrs Bixby and the Colonel´s Coat (Roald Dahl)
  • The Fall of The House of Usher (E. A. Poe)
  • The Mask of The Red Death (E A Poe)
  • Berenice (E. A. Poe)
  • The Hummingbird (Legend)
  •  A Glowing Future (Ruth Rendell)
  • The Open Window (Saki)
  • Sredni Vashtar (Saki)
  • The Lumber Room (Saki)
  • The Monkey’s Paw (W.W. Jacobs)
  • The Phantom of the Opera (an excerpt from the novel by Gaston Leroux)
  • Slaying The Dragon (Nick Owen)
  • The Wise Fisherman (anonymous)
  • The Cracked Pot (anonymous)
  • The Old man and The Flood (Anonymous)
  • Wilfrid Gordon Mc Donald Partridge (Mem Fox)
  • Folk Tales that inspired the Bard – Shakespeare Storybook (Patrick Ryan & James Mayhew)
  • The Gift of the Magi (O’Henry)
  • While the Auto Waits (O’Henry)
  • The Singing Lesson (Katherine Mansfield)
  • The Daughters of the Late Colonel (Katherine Mansfield)
  • Rose for Emily (William Faulkner)
  • Folk Tales that inspired the Bard – Shakespeare’s Storybook (Patrick Ryan & James Mayhew)

2 thoughts on “Repertoire

  1. Hello Fabiana!
    What is your repertoire for adults like? Where can I get the resource book you have published? I work with adults in a company,


    Adriana M. Albano


    • Hi Adriana
      The booklets I’ve created do not cater for adults.
      My repertoire for adults? I tell them the stories I like Reading myself. You can click: STORYTELLING SESSIONS FOR ALL AGES to Access tosome titles.
      Love and stories,


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