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Sadarri Saskill is a multi-language storytelling performer and a workshop presenter, incorporating Spanish, Haitian/Creole, and French dialects with standard English. In addition, she tells her stories in sign language. Her energetic performances and use of rhythm and rhyme are inspiring and a lot of fun to listeners. Her three daughters, Amber, Misty and Autumn Joy are also storytellers, and as the Sadarri & Company troupe they often perform together. Sadarri received a B.S. degree in Secondary Education from the Chicago State University, took some graduate courses in French and bilingual education, and artistic training sessions from storytelling organizations and nationally recognized storytellers. She has been nationally recognized for her contributions to the preservation of the oral tradition and is featured on several audio recordings, available on CDs. In the past, she worked as teacher of Spanish and participated in foreign exchange programs in France and Spain. She writes many of her stories herself. Sadarri Saskill lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and performs throughout the Unites States and abroad. sadarri
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Stories told by Sadarri:

Goldilocks and the three bears
Classic fairy tale 8:31
The three bears take a walk in the woods while their porridge cools. While they are out, Goldilocks comes into the house. She tastes the bears’ porridge, breaks the little bear's chair, and falls asleep in his little bed. When the bears return from their walk, they discover what Goldilocks has done. In fact, she is still sleeping in the little bear's bed. Goldilocks wakes up and runs away.

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