Karl Behling, storyteller

Experience the magic of professional storytelling

Tales for all ages

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 Welcome to Karl Behling's Storytelling page. I'm glad you stopped by.

Storytelling is the oldest human teaching method.

Storytelling is what modern electronic entertainment attempts to re-create.

But, put a skilled storyteller together with a live audience of any size... and you've got MAGIC.

Click here to see what I mean

 

 Book Karl for your event at kbstoryteller@gmail.com

      

                    Find out more about Karl here

                             See Karl's USG profile here

 

Karl also puts on a fantastic, full on, leathers and furs and black powder Mountain Man presentation.  Schools and Scouts love it!

Listen, and I'll tell you a story


 

             

    22nd Annual Weber State University

             Storytelling Festival

                                        was fantastic!

       Mon-Wed, Feb.26-28, 2018

                          visit the festival here

Telling stories onstage at the iconic Ogden Peery's Egyptian Theater-- what a thrill !  

 

 Telling stories onstage at the Weber State Storytelling Festival with Antonio Sacre again- a repeat pleasure

 

 

  

 onstage with Bil Lepp, another treat

 

 

 

Associate Storytellers

          Karl Behling

Karl Behling is a seasoned, professional educator and experienced performing artist who also writes books, attends Mountain Man rendezvous whenever possible, and who loves settling in to tell stories with the grandkids. Karl has taught 2nd, 3d, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades for 30 years for the Ogden City School District and currently teaches at GreenWood Charter School.  He also taught High School English and English as a Second Language classes.

Karl has been an active member of the Utah Storytelling Guild, serving as President of the Utah Storytelling Guild, as well as President of the Ben Lomond Chapter of the Guild from 2007-2009. He is a member of the executive committee for the Weber State University Storytelling Festival, and produces storytelling events and programs for schools and libraries in Northern Utah.

He publishes a regular column called "Ask the Expert" in the quarterly Taleswapper, and teaches faculty professional development workshops on using storytelling as an instructional strategy in the classroom.

 

                            

                 Proud member of the Utah Storytelling Guild

 

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