My Astronomy 101 instructor introduced this book to me for the purpose of getting ideas for structuring a family event called Look Up! The StarryTelling Festival in Takoma Park MD. Unfortunately, today's audience members no longer use the path of the sun, the phases of the moon, or the north star to tell time, plan a calendar of events, or guide them across the globe. We have watches, calendars and GPS for that. We don't make the natural and social connections that would be obvious to listeners of old. It's time to revive storytelling to put audiences in touch with the ancient stories which reflected the celestial order in the social order. It's time to use storytelling to introduce scientific subjects in the normal school curriculum to make them more fascinating to the students. It's time to re-enchant children and young adults so that we encourage them to be passionate planet hunters, avid astronauts and astounding astrophysicists. This book will help educators, parents, and storytellers who do not have a planetarium background to put the stars back in the listeners' eyes! Thank you, Dr, Krupp! You are a godsend from some constellation or other!