Storynory has shed its skin once again and gone into its third design. Actually, it’s much more than a redesign – it’s a major content reorganisation too. Our most visited page has always been the archive pages of stories – so we know that you love to browse. Our archive has grown and grown, making […]
Some help on using iTunes to subscribe to podcasts and to keep up with latest episodes of your favourite shows including Storynory
This is a poem sent to us by Aline and written by her mother, Anne-Marie. Bertie really liked it, and wants to share it with you. I walked into the living room And much to my surprise There’s a bump in the rug Oh my, Oh my! It is rolling and wriggling and moves from […]
Would you like to meet Natasha in person ? If you are in central London next Thursday, then you can ! Next Thursday (6th March 2008) is Word Book Day. To Celebrate, Puffin Books will be giving away The PuffinCyclopedia of Children’s Classics for free at Waterstone Books in Piccadilly. Natasha will be there from […]
iTunes is probably the easiest way to download Storynory’s audio – and it’s certainly the easiest way to transfer the files onto your iPod. There are versions for both PC and Mac. You can download iTunes from the link in our sidebar, but if you are not familiar with podcasts in iTunes, you might try […]
Root of the Tree is a lovely idea. It’s a toolbar for parents and kids, packed with bookmarks for safe, useful and entertaining sites. It’s easy to install with a couple of clicks, and it sits along the top of your web browser. The default view is for parents, but don’t miss the in-depth stuff […]
If you looking for some online educational entertainment, try your hand at some of the games at Room 108. John Ricky, a Canadian primary school teacher, has grown the site to over 400 pages with activities that range from counting to coloring, and he has stories and music too.
Storynory’s downloads are currently running at around 200,000 per month. December was even more bumper, with 270,000. We often notice that people stock up on stories before a big holiday. If you would like to know a little bit more, we’ve put a few facts and figures together in our Media Pack for January 08. […]
We love worthy causes to use our stories, and there’s none more worthwhile than the Floortime Repository for is full of resources for autistic children. Scroll down their site, and you will see that they’ve installed a lovely player with our stories on it. Find more music like this on Floortime Repository Although our audio […]
Alice in Wonderland by Storynory now has its own Podcast and iTunes page where you can easily download all the chapter. If you are in iTunes, just search for Alice. Or visit Storynory to subscribe.