#LuckyLinky Week 87
14th January 2019
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14th January 2019
For the longest time, my little girl was not interested in stories and books. She much preferred her own imagination which would whisk her away on adventures in faraway lands with princesses, wizards, unicorns and the paw patrol of course. Then gradually I noticed she started to pick up books and try to read them to herself by making up words to go with the pictures.  Slowly but surely she’d ask me to read and it has become part of our bedtime ritual to read a story whilst she lies in bed, getting ready for her dreams. Sometimes though she wants to read a lot more than I am able to do, especially when working from home and it was worrying me that I was discouraging her from reading. When Lunii asked me if I’d like to review their My Fabulous Storyteller I was delighted as it’s like audio books for little ones which is just perfect!

I’ll be honest, I had never heard of Lunii or their fabulous storyteller but I was intrigued as I’d been thinking of finding some way to play audio books for Alyssa as another alternative to screen time. Basically the My Fabulous Storyteller is exactly that an audio book story reader. the lunii story teller with it's instruction bookIt’s a little green box with orange buttons that you charge via a cable provided (no plug but it has a usb port so can be charged via usb plug or other device) and tells stories to it’s listeners.

The first thing I liked was the size – it wasn’t too big, meaning the little hands it is intended for (suitable from 3+) are able to carry it around. We haven’t dropped ours at all but I have read other reviews which say it is really robust which is again good with little ones. It does also have a headphone jack port so you won’t have to listen to all the stories as well if you don’t want to. Alyssa has child safe speakers which prevent sound being played too loudly so is able to use these. the lunii my fabulous storyteller device next to a dolly

Here comes the really good big – it comes with 49 stories to listen to as well as hundreds more to download BUT you choose the protagonist, location, companion and object when you plug it into your computer. Essentially you and/or your children are designing their very own stories and adventures which is just amazing.

I really REALLY loved this and think it may well be my find of the year at the moment. Alyssa has always had some sort of noise at bedtime, be it white noise or wave sounds. We’ve now tried this and she loves going to sleep listening to the stories – I have also found it has potentially lessened the bad dreams she has been having, maybe because she’s hearing wonderful tales of fun and adventure, who knows! I obviously don’t let her go to sleep wearing headphones, so we play it out loud and I creep in and shut it off later in the evening.

If your child loves stories, has a great imagination or perhaps is even having nightmares I’d definitely recommend it. In fact I’d recommend it for any child. A BRILLIANT accompaniment to childhood.

the lunii my fabulous storyteller device next to a dolly


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  1. Margaret Gallagher says:

    A personalised go to sleep book

  2. Vicky says:

    I’ve never heard of this. Sounds awesome though. After we’ve read stories, Ted often listens to audio books to go to sleep. This would be great for him and on journeys!

  3. Solange says:

    The Gruffalo.

  4. Ian Yates says:

    The Magic Porridge Pot

  5. iain maciver says:

    the gruffalo

  6. Emily Egan says:

    My daughter loves room on the broom

  7. S Edwards says:

    The Jungle book

  8. Gemma Clark says:

    There’s no such thing as monsters! this looks great!

  9. Samantha O'D says:

    My Daughter loves the Dinosaur that pooped a planet

  10. Sean Eccles says:

    There’s no such th As monsters

  11. Kellie Steed says:

    This is a great idea. My son currently loves the Minecraft story narrated by Jack Black and listens to it at bed time. He’d love this to download his own stories!

  12. Hayley Colburn says:

    My daughter loved The Tiger Who came For Tea

  13. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    My daughter loves the books where the stories rhyme, or poems.

  14. Anneka Avery says:

    My daughter and I love to make up our own stories together! In our current story we are on a quest to save the king and queen of a magical land with unicorns, trolls and cute fluffy walking balls that are called squishier fluffs! We would love this!

  15. Ursula Hunt says:

    She loves I Love You This Much

  16. JULIE WARD says:

    Grandson loves anything to do with Thomas the Tank

  17. What a wonderful product to help with literacy development and imagination! Arthur would love something like this as we regularly tell stories to each other without books and he received some headphones for Xmas #ablogginggoodtime

  18. The tiger who came to tea #ablogginggoodtime

  19. What a fantastic little thing! LP would’ve loved this when he was younger. 🙂

  20. Sally Collingwood says:

    Snow White

  21. This sounds amazing! My little one’s favourite changes every week. But she is a huge fan of the Gruffalo

  22. Michelle Ferguson says:

    My nephew loves the Gruffalo

  23. Tracey Carr says:

    I absolutely love the idea of this! My daughter is four and for Christmas she got her own cd player to listen to music in her bedroom and she is obsessed with it. She loves being able to pick and choose whatever she wants to listen to so I think these audio stories would be absolutely perfect for her. Her birthday is in April so I think I might just invest in this. Thank you for the idea! #ablogginggoodtime

  24. Rachel Butterworth says:

    The Gingerbread Man.

  25. what a great little idea, it is great to have them off the screen isn’t it.

  26. paula cheadle says:

    my granddaughter loves the Mr Men books because most of them are funny

  27. Sharon Freemantle says:

    I love you this much

  28. Lorna Ledger says:

    It used to be the Golden Compass, this would be for my Nephew who likes facts! and Guiness World record books

  29. What a great idea, I’ve seen similar things but you are limited by the stories you can read. I like to read the traditional stories, as well as the newer ones we’re going on a bear hunt is probably our favourite

  30. judy kennedy says:

    The Faraway Tree and my mums when she was a child too. It her book

  31. Amy Bondoc says:

    My nephew loves the Gruffalo the neices love the hungry caterpiller 🙂

  32. becci cleary says:

    My 3 year old Lexie is loving Room on the Broom at the moment, she knows it word for word ?

  33. donna l jones says:

    the gruffalo

  34. Sheri Darby says:

    Mor the forgetful cat – because we have a puss just like mog

  35. MANDY Doherty says:

    A Squash and A Squeeze

  36. Clare Hubbard says:


  37. Rebecca Powell says:

    My daughter loves the Topsy & Tim books at the moment

  38. Lynn Neal says:

    The Three Little Pigs

  39. Pauline Burroughs says:

    Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

  40. nicole says:

    what a great idea!

  41. Nicole says:

    Where’s my socks? or the Gruffalo at the moment!

  42. Adrian Bold says:

    The Gruffalo

  43. Sue Carter says:

    The favourite book at the moment is “What is Poo” – well that’s 4 year old boys for you!

  44. jo liddement says:

    My granddaughter loves her fairytale book and her favourite is Sleeping Beauty.

  45. Kim Neville says:

    Pip and posy and The Super Scooter

  46. Carol Boffey says:

    tiger who came to tea

  47. My little grandson loves The Goodnight Train

  48. Jeanette Leighton says:

    My daughter loves her tea set , my boy Charlie loves his cars

  49. Laura Williams says:


  50. Natalie Crossan says:

    Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson

  51. Tee Simpson says:

    My daughter loves the three little pigs.

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