This section aims to feature all manner of articles about Story Teller. Ultimately, I’d like to see articles here specially written by Story Teller fans all over the world and writers, readers and maybe illustrators who worked on the Story Teller partwork itself. So if you would like to share your musings on Story Teller, please drop me a line. Meanwhile, here are our initial offerings …
Imagine my delight when I read this on the back cover of Part 24 of Story Teller 1: Coming soon … Story Teller 2, another great collection of children’s stories. Not that it came as too much of a surprise. Even as a child, I had a sense of how successful Story Teller had become. … Continue reading Story Teller 2 in Retrospect
A look back on the serials which made Story Teller such a compelling series to collect.
In 2017, Peet Ellison came up with the great idea for a competition. This is the result.
Story Teller fans rejoice! One of our favourite characters, Timbertwig, is back for more adventures.
Anth Ginn, the creative mind behind Shorty the Satellite, writes about his life, inspirations … and even makes a confession.
A rundown of rare Story Teller items that you might want to add to your collection.
Getting Story Teller online is a story in itself. Read all about it.
It’s amazing to think that Story Teller is more than 35 years old. I recall when I first discovered it.
Ramona Aly mentions Story Teller in a beautiful way in Pause for Thought.
Ann Burnett remembers her days as a writer for Story Teller.
Timbertwig was written and illustrated by Peet Ellison. Here, he tells us about his endearing creation.
Geraldine McCaughrean has fond memories of her Story Teller days as a new writer.
Malaysian writer and illustrator Kenny Mah relives his love affair with Story Teller.
Daryn Heydenrych, a Story Teller fan from South Africa, remembers that famous sound.