Storyteller's Illustrated Dictionary
Multi-award-winning Amazon Best Seller
The only dictionary kids love to read from cover to cover because it's so fun.
The world's only Hollywood-illustrated storyteller's dictionary is the most up-to-date and comprehensive dictionary for budding storytellers everywhere. Designed to help kids write brilliant stories, excel at school and in life.
Find writing inspiration! Whether kids know exactly what they want to write about or they’re totally stuck, Storyteller’s Illustrated Dictionary is packed with thousands of words of inspiration.
Structure your story! With richly descriptive vocabulary arranged into six key building blocks of storytelling - Character, Setting, Taste and Smell, Action, Emotion and Weather - it has never been easier for kids to make sure they’re using mind-blowing language throughout their stories.
Learn words! We used data science to identify words that kids are likely to come across in classic children’s literature, and Hollywood creativity to make them both hilarious and unforgettable. All illustrated words are presented with three commonly occurring and colourful word pairs, giving kids even more ideas for richly described, compelling storytelling.
1000+ key storytelling words
All of the most useful and relevant storytelling words, split across easy-to-navigate key themes: Character, Weather, Taste & Smell, Action, Emotion and Setting.
Hundreds of inspiring illustrations
From Craig Kellman, the Hollywood artist behind Madagascar and Hotel Transylvania’s unforgettable characters, come hundreds of hilarious illustrations.
What our customers say
Mrs Wordsmith reinforces words that children might not remember from reading (or apply in creative writing), and puts them in an everyday context. Definitely recommend if you want to support increasing your child’s accessible vocabulary.
My daughter really likes Mrs Wordsmith resources. And she's not a natural bookworm, much as I've tried.. This is particularly good for kids who would rather do just about anything but read.