One thing is definitely up in the air--who is having more fun. Children snap their fingers, slap their legs, and cluck on cue. Gary, a whirlwind pantomine of gestures, pounces, growls, kneels on the floor, springs into the air, and generally keeps the attention of over 50 kids engaged for an hour and asking for more.
Carter Cates Ferdinand News
Gary puts his whole heart and soul into his stories and does a great job engaging his audience. Gary's stories flow out of lifes' experiences and help to preserve the lost art of storytelling. Our children loved it.
Sister Mary Carol, Principal Northeast Dubois Elementary School
Your enthusiasm captivates the students' attention.
Kathy Wilmes, Director of At-Risk program, Southeast Dubois School Corporation
You kept the many students well motivated...active...responsive...to your stories and songs. The students said you should come back more often. Janie said you were breathtaking! When I see your name I know it will be a great show.
Mrs. Maureen Werne, teacher at Northeast Dubois School Corporation
Stories are such a fun way to learn a lesson in life, especially the way you tell them.
Darla Laake, Grade 2 Teacher, Ferdinand Elementary School.
Gary: I was so glad to hear your news and it sounds like you are doing such important work, I hope and pray it is as fun as you seem to make it all sound! I am loving my CD and thank you again.. my daughter and I listen to it together, she is 10 and full of good cheer... it is good to have special stories/songs to share!!! Thanks many times, Debbie
Thanks for autographing our CD. That CD's been a great treat to our family. The Hoobeeyohs Story was truly enjoyed right at Halloween, too! It is good to know ya!