Boulder, CO, August 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Think-a-lot Toys is proud to enter an affiliate relationship with Story Lovers World where everything storytelling-related exists and where the full line of Think-a-lot Toys' storytelling products will be offered. Storytellers now have another ally in the effort to teach the ancient art of storytelling—and this ally is both a giant and a mighty miniature.
Think-a-lot Toys is one of the giants in the small group of toy and game companies that make storytelling games. Over a period of four years, the company has established itself as a leader in teaching the art of storytelling to kids and families. With over ten storytelling products in its line, including Think-ets, StoryPlay Cards and their recently released board game, Story Speller, Think-a-lot Toys has grown to be a key player in this important category of play. Think-a-lot Toys is also a "mighty miniature" ally to storytellers because the game from which the company started, Think-ets, uses miniature objects from around the world for storytelling, and these miniatures have a natural way of bringing out stories from kids and adults alike.
Story Lovers World is one of the largest websites for all-things-story and captures the full realm of storytelling from start to finish. Jackie Baldwin is the brain-child behind this amazing website and when she discovered Think-a-lot Toys she knew she wanted to be involved. "I'm so impressed with your products because of their variety, quality and innovation." As a result of this affiliate relationship, Story Lovers World now posts the full line of games on their site and Think-a-lot Toys has agreed to promote this site to all its members.
Storytelling has an important role to play in our culture and even our civilization. Connecting two great companies—Think-a-lot Toys and Story Lovers World—will only further benefit the world of storytelling.
About Think-a-Lot Toys
Think-a-lot Toys is a socially responsible toy company that makes the award-winning Think-ets games of imaginative play. The company was founded in 2007 after Randy Compton came up with an idea of putting miniature items into a pouch and turning it into a fun and entertaining game for kids and parents. At the International Toy Fair in New York in February 2008, Think-ets was listed as the top game/toy for the entire show by the toy reviewer at About.com. By then, Think-ets had already won five awards and was on its way to being a best seller. The company now has twelve products in its line of “toys and games that make you think” including StoryPlay Cards and now Story Speller.
Our mission is to create open-ended toys and games that provide entertainment, joy, and learning while stimulating imagination, memory and interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence.