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The Red-Headed League

The Red-Headed League

Sherlock Holmes investigates the mysterious league that pays good money to men with red hair to copy out the encyclopaedia. What are they up to? Could there be a criminal plot behind its apparently charitable aims?

Chap 10, Wizard of Oz

Chap 10, Wizard of Oz

Dorothy and her friends arrive at the Emerald City – so brilliant that they have to put on green spectacles before they enter.

Don’t Be Scared of Halloween

Don’t Be Scared of Halloween

A Halloween Song about Katie the Witch who is scared of Halloween.

Chapter 11, Wizard of Oz

Chapter 11, Wizard of Oz

At last we meet the Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the Green Emerald City. He appears in three different guises.

Katie’s Halloween Aunt

Katie’s Halloween Aunt

A witchy Halloween story about Katie, whose Great Aunt Chloe comes to stay for Halloween. Chloe loves to do traditional magical things like flying around on a broom stick. Katie finds it just too embarrassing .

Chapter 12, Wizard of Oz

Chapter 12, Wizard of Oz

The Wicked Witch of the West sends armies of strange creatures to attack Dorothy and her friends, but they fight back bravely.

Portia’s Puzzle

Portia’s Puzzle

A romantic episode from Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice which is a little like a fairytale.

Astropup and the Key to the Universe

Astropup and the Key to the Universe

Astropup holds the key to the universe in his mouth. Should he share it with the humans? The parrot says that it will bring them great wealth and power if they keep it to themselves.

Albert Orangutan

Albert Orangutan

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. [...]

Three Bright Aesop Tales

Three Bright Aesop Tales

The Sun looks down on the earth and sees all the human folly. He tells three tales or “fables”: The Milkmaid, Juno and the Peacock, and The Sun and the North Wind.

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