Aesop’s fable set in India and told by a rat who thinks he is ‘rather cute”. He is envious of all the fuss made about an elephant. Video by Be My Friend Animation with audio by Storynory
Katie is an ordinary girl who goes to school, does her lessons, and plays just like anybody else. But her mother is a witch. So is all her family. She is afraid of Halloween in case her class-mates tease her.
The Lobster Quadrille. The Mock Turtle and The Gryphon dance. And then they sing “Will you walk a little faster?” said a whiting to a snail. There’s a porpoise close behind us, and he’s treading on my tail.”
Like many blobs, Blobert is quite hard to see because he is often just to the left of himself. His is a fabulous cook. His latest creation is a Very Filling Pudding, but it’s not quite filling enough to satisfy a gobbling Turkey.
A solider finds a magic tinderbox. When he rubs it, three enormous dogs appear and do any task he requests. Soon he is rich and in love with a princess. This is the first story published by Hans Christian Andersen, and it has much in common with Aladdin.
You will only hear this on Storynory because it’s Top Secret. Natasha exclusively reveals that before Bertie was turned into a frog, he worked as a Secret Agent.
One of the most cunning cats in all fairytale literature. Like all cats though, he is more than just a fluffy bundle of cuddles. He has claws and he uses them – all in aid of enriching his master.
Aesop’s fables are loved pretty much everywhere. In these four adaptations by Storynory a rat, grasshopper, a fox and a mouse tell their tales in their own words.
This amusing story by the Brothers Grimm is about four farm animals who believe they can earn a good living as musicians. But it isn’t really by the sweetness of their barking, braying, mewing, and cockle-doodle-doing that gets their supper.
Bertie the Frog Speaks ! As does Tim The Tadpole, Colin The Grumpy Carp, and Sadie the Swan. In this short animation Tim, who is rather a curious little tadpole, has a very important question. And maybe, just maybe, there’s a birthday soon on the pond.