television, before radio, even before published books,
there was storytelling. Back in this simple time stories
were delivered pretty much by anyone who knew how to
speak. More importantly, stories stood on their own,
unattached to profit-hungry publishing companies or
fame-hungry human egos, and because the stories were
freely given they actually did the world some good. They
helped us to feel connected to each other. They taught us
important lessons in life, and they were our principal
form of entertainment.
an attempt to reach back to this more simple time (and to
perhaps do the world a bit of good), Tell-a-Vision Books
is proud to announce that, as long as we are financially
able, we will offer--free to our readers--stories and
songs that come straight from the writer's heart.
imagine, if you will, that you and your closest friends
are gathered round the hearth of a small, neat parlor.
You're drinking tea from assorted china cups when a spry
old woman with silvery hair and the pointy face of a
leprechaun turns to you and says, "Hello, my name is
Tell-a-Vision Books and I have a story to
all of us here at Tell-a-Vision Books, we wish you a
hearty welcome and hope that you enjoy our free