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The idea for Family Time Fables came about in 2009 when I was looking for children’s versions of the old Celtic Mythology tales to share with my niece and nephews – so that they could enjoy the same stories and mythology that I grew up with.

I thought that if I was going to share these stories that I’d want them to be interesting and fun for the children but also something that their parents, aunts and uncles could engage with and share that time with them – which is actually where the name Family Time Fables came from.

I wanted the books to be exactly what my niece and nephews would enjoy so I’ve worked with them over the past few years to get the illustrations and text just right.

So far I’ve created the text and illustrations for three of the Celtic Mythology tales – Cu Chulainn, The Salmon of Knowledge and Fionn the Dragon for my family and am currently working on the fourth book.

I've also added the companion colouring books for each of the stories as well to encourage the children to be even more engaged and interested in the stories.

The joy the books have brought my niece and nephews has been amazing and made every single moment that I’ve spent working on them completely worth it.

The reaction from them has been so positive that I’d love to share these books with other families and particularly to get any feedback from those young readers - and even the not so young!

Thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014 I am able to share these books online.
For information on the Kickstarter campaign please see: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1432090658/family-time-fables
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About Family Time Fables

The idea for Family Time Fables came about in 2009 when I was looking for children’s versions of the old Celtic Mythology tales to share with my niece and nephews – so that they could enjoy the same stories and mythology that I grew up with.

I thought that if I was going to share these stories that I’d want them to be interesting and fun for the children but also something that their parents, aunts and uncles could engage with and share that time with them – which is actually where the name Family Time Fables came from.