Storyteller “Brother Ben” Tucker





Belle Haven Library, Belle Haven Community Campus

100 Terminal Ave.
Menlo Park
United States

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“Brother Ben’s” robust storytelling is spellbinding for adults and youths alike!

Ben Tucker’s tales are loaded with interesting characters and surprising twists and turns. Experienced story listeners will find themselves taken back to the front porch, kitchen table, or campfire—and listeners new to the oral tradition will be launched on a wonderful adventure!

Enjoy the wit, wisdom, and universal themes in Brother Ben’s personal narratives, historical stories, and folktales.

Best for audiences Grade 2 to Adult.

About Ben Tucker

Ben Tucker, AKA Brother Ben, is a storyteller, singer, and author. His repertoire includes folktales, personal stories, historical figures, and fairytales. Brother Ben is on the Board of Directors of the Storyteller’s Association of California (SAC) and StageBridge. He was a teacher in the San Francisco and Berkeley Head Start Program and a college and career counselor in the Berkeley Unified School District.

Ben’s memoir, A Good Run, provides readers insight into the world of a Black student athlete during the tumultuous ‘60’s.

This free event received funding support from the Friends of the Menlo Park Library.

Wednesday, August 14, 2024 | 06:30 PM – 07:30 PM

Belle Haven Library, Belle Haven Community Campus, 100 Terminal Ave., Menlo Park, CA, 94025, View map

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