The Natural Storyteller – Available on Amazon

This book is a seed packet, full of dynamic story seeds. When you open the book and read a story seed, you plant it in yourself, unleashing courage, creativity and love of nature. True stories of environmental heroines and heroes, botanical tales of living trees. Stories gleaned from the treasures of world traditions, but re-visioned for today’s child and told with great energy and panache. Adventures between birds, animals and people. Fairytales from the forest and true tales of sea, earth and sky. Some so good readers will retell them at once. Shared at bedtime or around the campfire under the stars, these stories inspire wonder and service for Mother Earth. Here is a handbook for the natural storyteller, with story maps, brain-teasing riddles, story skeletons and adventures to make a tale your own.

‘The Natural Storyteller’ is testament to the grace, mystery and joy that have always animated our human relationships with the earth. Dr Donald Smith, Director Scottish Storytelling Centre

The book is life affirming. All of its stories are about taking delight in creation. But what makes the book unique is that Georgiana’s years of working as a storyteller gives it a sense of adventure and fun. Hugh Lupton, award-winning storyteller

On a cold winter’s night I found myself running into Georgiana’s storytelling. My companions, world-leading climate scientists, swiftly followed. In an increasingly fragmented world, suffering the impacts of climate change, this glorious anthology is both challenging and comforting. Professor Ros Cornforth, meteorologist and leader of Walker Insitute for Climate system research

A life of dedication to nature,storytelling and young people courses through the pages of The Natural Storyteller.  Chock full of good stories and creative activities.  A wonderful and needed resource for children in today’s world. Laura Simms, Storyteller, Writer, Humanitarian

To protect our planet, we have to completely reimagine our relationship with the natural world and all its wondrous diversity. Storytelling plays a crucial part in that healing process, as Georgiana so beautifully and powerfully reveals in ‘The Natural Storyteller’. Jonathon Porritt CBE, Forum for the Future