— of The Story Express
Bias-Davis has been telling Tales and facilitating workshops across the United States
for 15 years. Programs are tailored to schools, libraries, youth groups, Early Childhood
organizations, literacy/reading programs, motivational assemblies, corporations,
family reunions and more. From Fables to fairy tales, fiction to
non-fiction, Bible stories to "bet ya can't tell just one" stories,
the Ezra Jack Keats collection, Gullah tales, African-American and
inter-cultural tales and "Me and Mississippi" collection of personal
stories, LaDoris engages audiences and provides programs for interactive
LaDoris has a BA in Speech and Theatre and a graduate degree in Early Literacy Education.
- "Telling Tales, Folklore of the South"
- Ashley Bryant Storytelling Festival
- Atlanta History Center (varied occasions)
- Fulton County, Dekalb County Libraries and school systems
- Middle Georgia Libraries
- South Georgia Libraries
- Georgia Peanut Festival
- Roswell Osage Festival
- Georgia Writer's Festival
- School Districts; Kansas, Joliet, Illinois, Mobile, Alabama
- Southern Order of Storytellers Winter Fest
- Key Note Banquet speaker: Early Childhood Institute of Florida Residencies:
- Family Literacy Interchange project—Dekalb County Library Media Services
- Senior Project—Dekalb Family Support Center
- Sun Valley Beach-School programs (Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett County, etc)
- Dekalb Housing Project - Summer Literacy Program
- Sheltering Arms—sponsored by VSA Arts of Georgia
Dekalb Community Showcase
Pam and Buffy Show
Alabama television - "Kwanzaa Time"
Florida television—"Read to Me"
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Call or email for tailored programs and workshops
"Storytelling releases the power of the mind
and nurtures the human spirit."