Sadarri is a gifted writer and talented storyteller. In addition to numerous
dialects and character voices, Sadarri shares her upbeat stories
in English, Spanish, French, Haitian Creole, and Sign Language.
Sadarri taught foreign language for many years, and has performed
throughout the United States and abroad. In 1999 she performed in
the Exchange Place at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough,
Tennessee, and continues to perform at other festivals nationwide.
She is a lover of language and has found success in teaching languages
by appealing to the diverse learning modalities of children. She
has used storytelling for infants to adults as a medium for both
individualized instruction and entertainment.
She has received national recognition for her contributions to the preservation
of the oral tradition and has been featured in several award-winning
audio recordings. She has mentored
and coached youth performers including daughter, Amber, who was
judged as the number one youth storyteller in America in the year
2000, by the National Storytelling Youth Olympics Committee.
Sadarri has taught many students who have themselves received awards in National
foreign language competitions under her instruction. She has also
received recognition for her own writings.Her Shake
Your TALE Feathers: Stories, Rhythm and Rhyme from Around the Globe
received the Silver Recommendation Award from
both NAPPA, National Parenting Publications Award, and the Parents
Sadarri says, I love children. I love helping them discover their
creativity, innovation, and hidden abilities. I love to make them
laugh. I have engaged audiences of many cultures. I believe that
the best action is INTERaction!
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