I've moved! New blog address.

My new website + blog is emilyneuburger.com.  Please visit me there!

If you have this site bookmarked in a blog reader, you'll want to switch to emilyneuburger.com.

Thanks, and see you in my new space!

xo emily


On August 28th 2012, my book Show Me A Story: 40 Craft Projects and Activities to Spark Children’s Storytelling was released by Storey Publishing to stores all across the country. You can read all about it on Storey Publishing’s website and it can be purchased at these places:
Barnes & Noble

Children naturally have all sorts of amazing ideas inside their heads; the projects and games in my book are meant to help them develop and grow them. Show Me A Story is packed to the brim with projects and activities that nurture children’s natural inclination to tell their own imaginative stories.  It is filled with fun and rewarding activities which encourage children to shape their everyday imaginings into rich narratives.

Doing craft projects specially designed to jump-start storytelling, kids draw, play with words, explore the outdoors, and create characters and settings with everything from found stones to rubber stamps.  There are even puppets for you to copy and cut out, templates, and lots of story sparks to help children feel inspired as they go.

I wrote the book for everyone who spends time sharing ideas and thoughts with children: parents, teachers, therapists, and education specialists.  Even camp counselors are welcome to get in on the fun!
xo emily

“Emily Neuburger’s Show Me A Story is a road map for children and adults as they chart a story from inception all the way to ‘ever after.’ It’s filled with ideas for parents and teachers alike to nurture young minds and help them see the world as a story to be told.”

(Kathy McCartney, Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education)

“Neuburger shows parents and teachers how to tap into the creative power that lies within every child. Dozens of projects draw on that magical blend of story and art that is so irresistible for kids.”

(Alexandra Kennedy, Executive Director, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art)

“A must-have book for parents and teachers, this amazing book is full of creative ideas to develop a child’s storytelling skills. From story stones to picture tales to story maps, your children’s imagination will blossom as they enjoy the activities listed in this book. Regardless of their reading level, this book is a great tool for developing reading comprehension, sequence, characters, setting, plot, and so much more.”