Jack exchanges the family cow for five beans. His mother is furious and throws them out of the window. The beans sprout into a stalk and jack climbs up to the sky and the land of giants.
Little John is Robin Hood’s most trusted outlaw. He wins an archery contest and the Sheriff of Nottingham employs him in his service. Little John swears to be the worst servant he ever did have.
Three sisters, Mandy, Laura and Sam set up a girl band. Their younger sister, Gladys, is not allowed in the band because she is to geeky – even though she is the one with the best the ideas.
Two rogues come to the court of the Emperor and persuade everyone that they can make clothes that are invisible to anyone who is simple in the head or unfit for their jobs. The whole court praises the beautiful clothes.
Robin Hood was the politest robber in all history. He liked to entertain his victims at his table in Green Wood. In the first of our series, his guest is a sad knight who has fallen on hard times.
How Theseus killed the Minotaur with the help of Ariadne – an exciting myth from Ancient Greece with some historical background about King Minos and Crete woven in.
The animals at the zoo live a life of luxury until a new head-keeper is appointed. The monkeys must give up their TV, and the Lion has to stay awake in visiting hours. They plot revenge.
The Wicked Queen is determined that Princess Beatrice should marry a rich prince – but Beatrice stays true to her long lost Prince Bertie – then the Queen finds someone who looks just like Bertie.
The hare from the famous tale by Aesop tells his version of the race with the tortoise – just in case you thought that he really was slower than his rival. The real winner is the cunning fox.
An amusing tale about a boy whose parents called him “Dummy” – but he can’t have been that much of a dummy because he found a golden goose and made the grandest people of the town look like fools.