Listen to Lynn's version of the folktale Bally Sally Cato.

Lynn's guide to using Bally Sally Cato in the classroom (mp3 file).

Click here for Lynn's blog with info on teaching with
Mama's Window.

The Little Red Music Demo: Seven short music tracks from Lynn's children's musical "Little Red, The Folktale Hen."

MP3 of Lynn's interview with Donna Linn
on Show Me Talk Radio. Listen now.

Lynn Rubright is honored to be the recipient of the National Storytelling Network’s 2007 ORACLE Award for LIFETIME ACHEIVEMENT!

and received a Webster University Distinguished Alumna Award.

Lynn’s intensive workshop, “Beyond the Beanstalk Interdisciplinary Learning through Storytelling,” presented at the July, 2007 NSN National Conference, in St. Louis, received rave reviews:

“pure art”

“a delight”




“This workshop was beyond expectations.”

“This was THE BEST workshop”


Brilliant! Sooooooooo much energy!

“Love the passion!”

Diane William’s, arts educator and co- author of The Storytelling Classroom – Applications Across the Curriculum (Library Limited), said of the workshop: “ I loved the intentional connection to literacy. Lynn is an excellent arts educator/storyteller teacher.

To book Lynn for an exciting, inspirational performance, a teacher training workshop, or a customized “Storytelling and Literacy” residency for your district, school, library, or community, contact her at:

Lee and Low Books is featuring Lynn on it's
"Booktalk" page. Go there now!

Click here for a synopsis, reviews and comments
for Mama's Window from Lee and Low Books.

Lynn's new chapter book, "Mama's Window," has just been released by Lee and Low books. Read reviews here. Get it now from!

NEW! Download the Mama's Window Curriculum Guide
for using Mama's Window in the classroom for grades 3-6
in PDF format.

Lynn Rubright is a master educator, workshop leader, speaker, writer, and professional storyteller. Her graduate course, Storytelling Across the Curriculum, has been taught at Webster University, St. Louis, since 1971.

Project Tell (Teaching English Through Living Language), Rubright's three-year federally funded Title IV- C program for a suburban St. Louis school district, explored ways storytelling and related expressive arts could be used to motivate students.

She is also co-founder of the Metro Theater Circus (now called Metro Theater Company), which won a Winifred Ward Award for best new children's theater.


Lynn Rubright