A chaotic magical story with music which shows why you should never muddle in things that you do not understand
A story from China to celebrate the Year of the Snake. Two serpent spirits become young women and one of them marries a man.
The classic American fairytale by Washington Irving read for Storynory by Charlie Loeb.
If you like Aesop’s fables, you will probably enjoy this. It is the lively story of a fox who tries to trick a farmyard rooster. There are plenty of good morals; “pride comes before the fall,” and “do not fall for false flattery,” are a couple examples. Geoffrey Chaucer included the story in his “Canterbury […]
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A king does not seem interested in marrying until he comes across a beggar maid. This is an ancient story that is often referred to in literature. Shakespeare mentions it in several of his plays, including Romeo and Juliet.
A watery fairytale from Germany that is not unlike the Little Mermaid
A strong and independent cat from Moscow runs away to live in the forrest. A story that is half realistic – in fact based on a real cat – and half traditional Russian fairy tale.
A prince has a good fairy to look over him, but he behaves badly and she punishes him.
2014 is the Chinese Year of the Horse – starting on January 31. Hope you all have a wonderful year ! This is a chinese tale about a man whose prize possession was his one and only horse. When it ran away, everyone thought he had suffered the most terrible bad luck – but he was wise and saw things differently.