Sheila Arnold has been a full-time storyteller since 2003, traveling throughout the country sharing her stories and songs, historic character presentations, Christian monologues, and professional development for educators.
Known for her interactive style which often incorporates song, Arnold’s been featured at multiple festivals across the U.S. She has produced two CDs and two books including a picture book, Weeping Willow, or, Why the Leaves Change their Colors. Arnold credits her son, Kriss, as the reason she became a storyteller. What does she tell? “Whatever fits in my mouth,” she says.
“She was passionate about the storytelling…slipping in and out of characters with ease. Her performance demanded attention.” – Culpeper Star-Exponent
View Sheila’s website.