Written Stories in Korean
Dr. Mike Lockett was a part-time storyteller for over 30 years. Stories have always been an important part of his life. He retired from 33 years as a teacher and school administrator in 2005 and took his storytelling full time. He has been traveling all across the USA and in other countries to learn and tell stories with audiences of all types and all sizes. Lockett has recorded audio storytelling CDs and has written bilingual books as a means of sharing his stories. Audiences respond well to his tales and fill his schedule with many continuing storytelling adventures.
It is the desire of Lockett to preserve stories for future generations. For this reason he spends time daily reading and collecting stories , crafting stories to retell to others and writing stories of his own. Mike has become a children's author and enjoys sharing stories he has collected and stories he has written in schools, libraries, festivals and venues of all kinds. He currently is very excited. Christian Television and Radio in Taiwan is using one of his stories each month in their "Studio Classroom" magazine. His works are being shared each month all over Taiwan.
Lockett hopes that the visitors to this site will find it helpful in their search to find stories and storytelling connections. Please come back and visit the site often. It is Lockett's goal to continue adding links to the storytelling world and activities for story lovers to enjoy.
Published August 15, 2014Mouse claims to be stronger than elephant and sets off to prove it. Mouse meets different animals who run away due to different reasons. Mouse thinks they ran away out of fear. Mouse finds elephant. Elephant drinks up water and blows mouse across the jungle and leaves. Mouse thinks elephant ran away in a rainstorm. Mouse continues telling everyone that elephants are afraid of mice.View story » View story in Chinese » View story in Arabic » View story in French » View story in German » View story in Hindi » View story in Italian » View story in Japanese » View story in Korean » View story in Portuguese » View story in Russian » View story in Spanish » View story in Turkish »
Published July 25, 2009Frog lives in a small well where all of its needs are met. It believes it lives in the greatest place possible. Other animals try to tell Frog that the world is bigger. But Frog does not believe them. Like humans - Frog can only see the world from its own personal experiences. A bird takes Frog out of its small world and widens Frog's viewpoint.View story » View story in Chinese » View story in Arabic » View story in French » View story in German » View story in Hindi » View story in Italian » View story in Japanese » View story in Korean » View story in Portuguese » View story in Russian » View story in Spanish » View story in Turkish »