Amy Friedman writes the long-running (since 1992) popular syndicated newspaper Tell Me A Story (read more stories at www.uexpress.com/tellmeastory), and in her wanderings around Los Angeles, where she now lives, she's come upon some wondrous talent, many of whom she has gathered to join her in creating the Tell Me A Story audiobook series that began in 2006 with Tell Me A Story: Timeless Folktales.
Laura Hall, best known as the pianist from the popular television series Whose Line Is It Anyway,also has her own wonderful CDs available on CD Baby. Laura has also produced other CDs for children and was the composer for Roger Daltrey's DVD series The Wheels on the Bus. For more about Laura go to www.laurahall.com
Lori Ada Jaroslow, the director of this volume and whose voice, along with Laura Hall's, sings harmony for Cricket on The Cricket's Song, has appeared in numerous plays both On and Off Broadway. For more on Lori see www.loriadajaroslow.com.
The readers on this volume include the illustrious performers of stage and screen Giselle Achecar, Len Cariou, Gideon Emery, Glenna Forster-Jones, Meera Simhan, Peter James Smith and Arigon Starr.