Narrated by: Grant
Length: 1 mins 50 secs
Release date: 30-10-17
Publisher: Little People Books
Read by storyteller, Grant, this is the first in a series of audiopoems specially designed to accompany character illustrations and stories published by Little People Books.
Every poem has its own style to match the story it enriches. Some poems are written in regular rhythm and some take their own time as if they were staged plays.
Although this first poem release is eight legged, deep and web-based, much of Grant’s work is legless, light and nonsensical and although its purpose is always to provides the listener with added background storyline, most of the poems have enough individuality to be enjoyed without knowing much about the stories that spawned them.
Inside the front cover of a few select Little People Books you may discover your own even smaller book with a special password in it.
If you do, make sure you keep this password hidden in a safe place. So far, there are only 647 of these passwords in the whole World. With this password, we will share our world with you and grow the Together-World.
Together-World is for the Next Generation
In our Together-World, storytelling springs out of the library and back into daily life in a realtime and interactive way.
The Next Generation shares their imagination live and recorded
Are you a password holder? If you are, you will enjoy geo-positioning paper chases, treasure hunts, using Sketchup, Tiltbrush and building your own 3D Printer. You are the Next Generation.
Little People Books are working to build the Next Generation linking both high tech. and low tech. solutions. Opposite your little password book (see image below) is a really low-tech. pencil sketch so everyone can continue to have fun with adding colour.
As drawing is a globally shared language, please share your sketches and ‘talk’ to the world. If you do add colour to one of our pencil linework sketches, please send a photo to us for our gallery. Thank you.
We also need your support to help us work on projects to augment reality with articles stored in museum archives which are now far too fragile or difficult to put on display.