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We are pleased to see that Storynory is heading the “Kids and Family” section of iTunes in the UK today. Our US friends tell us that we are number 6 over there. For those who are new to podasting, look for the button in our sidebar to subscribe using Apple’s iTunes. It’s the easiest way […]
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We thought you might like this extract from our favourite Disney Film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Download Clip (hosted at official Disney Museum) We are planning to publish our own audio version soon.
The text of the Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. Andrew Lang version. This accompanies our audio story of this enchanting and magical fairy tale.
The author of Harry Potter has hinted that she might kill off her young wizard in the seventh and final book in the super popular series. JK Rowling said that she could understand why writers might want to dispatch their main characters. She hated the idea that Harry could be taken up by another author […]
It was the greatest tea-party since the Mad Hatter’s in Alice’s Adventures Wonderland. The Queen invited 2000 children into her garden to celebrate her 80th birthday. Red Coated guards in busbies welcomed the guests playing “They are changing the guards at Buckingham Palace.” Chimney Sweeps danced on the palace roof top. The heroes and baddies […]
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I was chatting yesterday to Anna Rafferty, head of online for Penguin. She was telling me how Penguin emailed young bloggers who are fans of their Artemis Fowl books, to tell them about Artemis’s new website. Penguin (or Puffin as they are known to kids) were worried about getting the tone wrong, and perhaps upsetting […]
Links to favourite sites with texts and audiobooks for children, including poems, myths and fairy tales