The original series was first released in 1983. Here’s how the editors introduced the collection in Part 1:
“Story Teller will bring … stories to your children in a new way by combining the values of a book with the excitement of a sound recording. Each issue contains a rich mixture of classical and original stories, with specially commissioned illustrations from some of the best artists working in children’s books today. And all the characters come to life with the voices of well-known actors and actresses who bring their own style to the recordings.
“Whether your children are old enough to read and learn from the book, or simply ready to listen and follow the pictures, Story Teller will provide a wonderful and lasting collection for all to enjoy.”
Following the huge success of Story Teller 1, Marshall Cavendish immediately followed it up with another 26-part collection in 1984. In the first issue, the editors promised:
“Every fortnight, Story Teller 2 will introduce a new cast of exciting and colourful characters to amuse and enthrall your children. Like the original collection, Story Teller 2 combines the value of a fully illustrated colour book with a high quality, 50-minute cassette sound recording which follows the stories word for word.
“Whether your child is old enough to read the book, or simply wants to listen to the tape and follow the pictures, Story Teller 2 will provide a lasting collection of stories from around the world … and countless hours of pleasure.”
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