Download the Audio (Right Click, Save As) Do you think animals should wear clothes? Let us know when you have listened to this amusing poem. It tells the story of Albert Orangutan, who is a very fashionable ape. Read by Richard Scott. Written by Glenn Lawrence for Storynory. Original Pictures for Storynory by Sophie Green. […]
A funny poem about a pram, / go-cart that runs away down a hill causing havoc. By Peter Newell the american cartoonist and writer, from 1910
Happy Thanksgiving ! Mary Had A Little Lamb and the true story that connects it to the American holiday of Thanksgiving in November.
Georgia and the Dragon by Harry Oulton – read for Storynory by Natasha Lee Lewis. A dragon helps a girl conquer her nighttime fears.
Three Poems by Christina Rossetti read by Natasha
Natasha reads the poem by Alfred Tennyson set in the time of King Arthur and Camelot.
A poem about fairies that begins a new series of Irish tales and poems.
“Forward, the Light Brigade!
“Charge for the guns!” he said:
Into the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.
A soaring poem written during World War II by a Spitfire pilot.
Stirring words of advice for life from the author of the Jungle Book.