The Confetti Company

In the 90s, Neal and his wife, Naomi, created a series of multicultural children's books called, The Confetti Company: non-violent fairy tales with children as the heroes.

The Confetti Kids are a fictitious elementary school drama club who dress up as the characters in each story. The intent is to create healthy role models and get kids interested in reading. The book/CDs are illustrated and scored by Fox, and the stories are narrated by actor, Robert Guillaume.

The Confetti Company became a successful educational tool and the inspiration for HBO's series, Happy Ever After—Fairy Tales for Every Child.