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Tell My Story Book creates unique personalised children's books. What makes its books unique is that each one is created for an individual child, and every page is specially printed using a photograph of the child. The team superimpose a photo of the child's head onto the main character in the books. When the child sees that he/she is the main character in their very own story, the reactions are priceless. The child's name is also incorporated throughout the story. These books make wonderful gifts, especially now in the run up to Christmas.
Castlebar man Eoin Heverin made a successful pitch for investment in his fledgeling business Tellmystory.ie on RTÉ's Dragons Den last Sunday night. The Castlebar man was successful in persuading 'Dragon' Barry O'Sullivan to invest €40,000 into his business. Speaking this week to the Mayo Advertiser, Heverin recalled the experience: "It went on for over an hour, so what we saw was just condensed down to 15 minutes, but I was very happy with how everything went on the day. The ending especially, of course. I was grand, I was well prepared, now about half an hour before I went they did kick in which is normal, but I was confident about my product and I knew my stuff so it was just about going in there and showing that."
Castlebar based publisher Eoin Heverin will be appearing on Dragons Den this Sunday night on RTÉ One television. He will be the final entrepreneur to face the dragons on Sunday night's show where he will be looking to convince the dragons to invest €40,000 for a 20 per cent stake in his business tellmystory.ie where children become a character in a story in the book.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, recently launched a great new Mayo based business called Tellmystorybook.ie in the Castlebar Library We asked the owner of the business, Eoin Heverin, to tell us more about Tellmystorybook.ie who make unique personalised children's books. "What makes our books unique is that every page of every book is specially printed using a picture of the child. We superimpose a photograph of the child's head on to the character in our books. When the child sees that they are the character in their very own story, their reactions are priceless!