Here are what a few kind folks have said about our storytelling and radio work. To these fine folks, we offer our gratitude. Thank you to everyone who has been so supportive of Tell Us A Tale.
"This guy is the Pied Piper of Charlottesville."
-- Lonnie Quinn, WVIR TV (NBC29)
"...a bit like superman; mild mannered, intelligent young man by day - turns into multiple, huge, exciting characters when a mike is placed in front of him!! You blew us away with your stories and fun characters. I do believe the staff enjoyed you as much as the kids. You are so talented!!"
--Wanda K. Zimmerman, Director of Programming, WVPT - Virginia's Public Television (PBS)
"Peter is so clever and credible in his ability to transition from one voice to another!"
-- Christina Willis, KJRH 2-NBC (Tulsa, OK)
"...it is such a great resource and pleasure to families."
-- Margaret Carpenter, Upper Primary Library Media Specialist and Extended Learning Coordinator,
Hong Kong International School
"Congratulations on your website and storytelling work too."
-- National Ambassador for Young Peopleís Literature Jon Scieszka (so named by the Library of Congress, but perhaps better known as the Stinky Cheese Man)
"This master voice artist and professional storyteller makes every story sizzle to life with his singular projection of each character's persona."
-- Linda Kobert, The Hook
"A tremendous talent for telling a tale and making it come alive for young listeners."
-- Sabra Timmins, Cvillekid.com
"I liked your books and my favorite book was Green Eggs and Ham, and your voices are great but I do not like Green Eggs and Ham"
-- Megan, Age 7, Crozet (VA) Elementary School
"Listen, My Children", C-Ville Weekly, February 1, 2000
"Happy Birthday, Doctor Dear", C-ville Weekly, March 6, 2000
"Moon Reading", C-Ville Weekly, Danielle Duclos Photographer
1996 Storytelling team of Morgan Simone Daleo and Peter Jones, Frank Riccio Illustrator