Story Teller (Marshall Cavendish)

A Tribute to the Collection of the World's Best Children's Stories Published by Marshall Cavendish

Story Teller Song Book


This was the single volume magazine published in 1986, the last title from the Story Teller series. It had 52 pages consisting of 20 “all-time singalong favourites” and games, puzzles and things to do. Eden Phillips kept the rein as editor and old Story Teller favourite Malcolm Livingstone was one of the illustrators. Along with the Story Teller 2 special preview issue, the Song Book is probably the hardest-to-find title in the series and no collection is really complete without it. So if you’re lucky enough to see a copy on eBay, grab it!


5 comments on “Story Teller Song Book

  1. Sati
    21 July, 2012

    Oh, bless you. I’ve been trying to find my copy of this for years – it’s somewhere in my black hole of a house – and all I could remember is that it was called “Song Book” which doesn’t help with a search! Eventually I just started entering song names and it brought me to you. It’s a wonderful book, I had mine when it was first out (I was 2!) and was hoping to pass it to my kids someday.

    Onto eBay then, I guess! Thanks off making this page!

    • Diklan.
      2 June, 2013

      There is one on eBay but its £500.

  2. frosty
    6 June, 2017

    Hi everyone!
    I have found the Storyteller Songbook (both the songs and the book in PDF format). I was able to upload the Songs in MP3 format on the yahoo group in the folder Storyteller songs (Songbook) audio. There is only one which IO can not upload, What Shall we do with the drunken sailor, song number 18 in that list. Unfortunately, I could not upload the PDF book too, because it exceeds the limit of MB allowed by the site. Is there a way to upload it too?

  3. frosty
    6 June, 2017

    By the way, the song which I could not upload there is already here. So now we have at least the whole audio version of the songbook.

  4. frosty
    8 June, 2017

    And I saw the book on Scribd too.

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