Throughout Part Two, these exercises will focus on recording your own thematic story ideas. As we read or listen to stories, they often remind us of our own experiences, trigger memories of similar stories we have heard in the past, or elicit creative ideas for a metaphoric tale that fits for a particular client.

Therefore it may be useful to have a notebook handy to jot down any such ideas. While reading the stories in this chapter, what thoughts came to mind about helping to enrich learning in children? Of the tales you have read, what might be adaptable to your own work? There is no need to write out the whole story; simply jot a note of the theme or the therapeutic characteristics.

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