TaleTimeStories

TaleTimeStories specialise in re-telling Traditional Tales, Greek Myths, Legends, Tales from Around the World, Religious Stories and New Tales across multi-media platforms. Whether it's print, audio, video or in person storyteller Vicky Parsons and guests breathe life into tales, telling them with the energy, enthusiasm and joy they deserve. 

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Video of traditional storyteller telling a wide range of folk tales, myths, legends, tales from around the world.
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  • English Language Arts
  • Elementary (Grades K-2)
Tale Time's original version of the Elves and the Shoemaker, from the Elves point of view for young audiences.
Vicky Parsons, travelling storyteller, in India telling a funny little story about Ganesh, the elephant God. A man boasts his banquet is good enough...
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First part of the Greek Creation story, this tells the story of how Cronus cut the tie that bonded heaven and earth together.
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Story of Zeus overthrowing Cronus. Traditional Storytelling.
Zeus and the Olympians battle against their forefathers in a ten year war that looks like it will never end. Greek Myths, Zeus, War, Titans,...
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A recorded telling of the story of Prometheus, the champion of man, how he tricked Zeus and then stole fire from the Gods and the gruesome punishment...
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The Myth of Pandora and her jar.
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  • English Language Arts
  • K-2, 3-5
A lovely Mexican story about a young girl who has no gift for the baby Jesus, but is overjoyed when a Christmas Miracle turns her weeds into a...
  • English Language Arts
  • K-2, 3-5
The traditional tale of the Robin and how he got his Red Breast re-told by storyteller Vicky Parsons.