Wow! Storynory looks completely different. The new design, as ever, has taken a huge amount of effort. We hope you will enjoy the benefits. features Responsive – which means that the layout adapts for mobile and tablet Easy to read – generous font size, maximum line length for stories is about 14 words Cute icons […]
Audio books are just as beneficial for students as printed ones – and have many advantages that are often overlooked.
A guide for new-comers to our site.
JK Rowling at Exeter College spoke on Morality and Morality in Harry Potter but skipped the big God Question.
Books, Children & Men, Paul Hazard is a manifesto for children’s books and for childhood itself. It is one of the most insightful tracts ever written on children’s literature. This is a brief review of the book.
A review of my five favourite podcasts – other than Storynory !
Why Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi is much more than the cute little boy-puppet depicted by Disney
The Storynory Audio Workshop, Icarus was held on Wednesday the 5th, 2012 at the Cockpit Theatre, Marlyebone, London for children in the local area. Children learnt drama and storytelling skills for a rehearsed reading of the play Icarus based on the audio Story of The Boy Who Flew Too High on Storynory. In the final […]
We are really pleased to be part of the Words for Life Campaign, just launched by the National Literacy Trust. The campaign has commissioned research showing that a third of parents do not realise that they are the most important factor in their own children’s development of speech. Of course we believe that listening to […]
These twisters are linked to the stories on Storynory podcast. The following twisters practice the following: 1. Combined letter sounds in the words for clear speech i.e. W0 in the word won. 2. Syllable stress placement in the for variation in speech i.e emphasising different words. The combined letter sounds involve correct constant placement with […]