Jana’s new factual programme interviews Jeremy Howell of BBC TV about Million Dollar Ideas – those everyday objects around your house that somebody invented and which made millions of $$$$$$$$!
It’s the classic preschool song – but we’ve changed it around a little. Ours is a folky version with sweet singing by Jana – a slightly different tune and a different ending. All ages might enjoy it !
A short and sweet story – the final winner in our best or worst ever present writing competition. A little girl wants a puppy, but Santa say No – it’s not safe to deliver puppies.
Veena’s best friend is a boy at the local orphanage. She is sad because her family are moving to another town, and she will never see him again. A winner in our best / worst present ever competition.
Way back in time, a boy receives a pet as a present – but his mother says he can’t keep it because it will grow, and grow and grow – one of the winners in our “best and worst” present competition .
The first of four winners from our Christmas Writing Competition – Jim is a monkey who lives in New Zealand – he has a very special idea for how to spend Christmas with his friends.
William Blakes iconic poem ~ Tyger Tyger.
Jana plans to sing a very special version of this poem, early next year!
Thomas Hood – An English poet, author and humorist – wrote this poem for Autumn
A special Interview by Storynory’s editor, Jana Elizabeth, with Bertie, the writer of our stories. They talk about our new Herodotus series and what else is coming up on Storynory.
Write a story about the best or the worst present ever. We will pick three winning stories and read them on Storynory. The first prize includes a $50 voucher for Wicked Uncle, the home of brilliant presents.