Here’s a lovely project by a father and son, who just happen to be listeners of Storynory. Alex and the Sleep Monster explains why children need sleep, and why teeth sometimes go missing in the night. Adrian Marsden has used photographs and artwork by his four year old son, Alex, and superimposed his verse fairy […]
The pigeons in a park in Santiago, capital of Chile, are having a treat. A local artist decided to create a statue of herself not out of stone, nor out of wood, but out something far more tasty – bread. The bread-woman sits on a park bench, and the birds are feasting on art. You […]
Scientists have been wondering for a long time how Mammoths became extinct, and now they think they have the answer. Warmer weather, rain, and forrests killed off the shaggy elephant-like creatures who used to roam the earth between 1.8 million and 10,500 years ago. The trees cast shadows over the low-level gass and bushes that […]
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Joseph Jacobs, the author of English Fairy Tales of 1890, (including Jack and the Beanstalk and The Three Little Pigs) revived interest in English folklore.
The Gingerbread Man Once upon a time there was an old man, an old woman, and a little boy. One morning the old woman made some gingerbread in the shape of a man. She added icing for his hair and clothes, and little blobs of dough for his nose and eyes. When she put him […]
Storynory – the kid’s story podcast – is site of the week in LIFE magazine in the US
Due to popular demand, we are starting to publish the texts of our stories. This one is by the Brothers Grimm. The English version (with small changes) is from Andrew Lang’s Yellow Fairy Book, first published at Christmas 1894. A cat got to know a mouse, and spoke so much of the great love and […]
Winnie the Pooh now has a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But what about Christopher Robin, whom disney has replaced with a girl?
An Easter egg is going on sale in London with a price-tag of £50,000. If you think that’s rather a lot for a chocolate egg, consider this: it’s studded with 100 diamonds. The 65cm tall egg is a blend of chocolates from around the world and is filled with peach and apricot chocolate and pralines […]