The 2022 National Youth Storytelling event was held Sep 6 – 10 in Utah County, Utah.
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2022 National Youth Storytellers
“It Could Always Be Worse”
“The Joys of Apples”
“Trouble with Trolls”
by Jan Brett
“The Story of the Empty Pot”
“The Christmas Thimble”
“The Mother Goat & Her Seven Kids”
“The Fisherman & His Wife”
The clock struck midnight, and the pumpkin turned into a carriage. Three little pigs built houses of straw and climbed beanstalks to the enchanted castle. Cinderella lost her glass slipper while chasing the Cheshire Cat through Wonderland. Rapunzel let down her long hair to rescue the beauty and the beast. Peter Pan sprinkled Tinker Bell with fairy dust and battled the fire-breathing dragon. Puss in Boots donned Red Riding Hood’s cape and outwitted the wicked witch.
The snow queen froze Hansel and Gretel’s gingerbread house, and they rode Aladdin’s magic carpet to safety. Sleeping Beauty woke up, kissed the frog prince, and together they rode the magic carpet to the emerald city. Jack and the Beanstalk traded Rumpelstiltskin’s spinning wheel for Aladdin’s lamp, and they all lived happily ever after.