Here are stories about mirrors. One is from Korea and the other is from Japan. In both stories, the main characters have never seen a mirror before, and are puzzled by their own reflections. The first story is funny and the second one is more touching.
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Listen to our mysterious song with words from the famous poem of William Blake (and just a touch of the Jungle Book thrown in). By the way, it’s Blake’s old fashioned spelling of “Tyger.”
A crazy and fun story about some bad-behaved city kids who cause big trouble in a village and have to face the wrath of the members of the old people’s home. It’s written by Jana’s daughter Sophie, aged 11. At the end we announce a story writing competition. Listen out for details and send us your stories!
The final part of the Story Tiger, Tiger – in which Mowgli leaves the village. Does he fit in anywhere?
Mowgli has returned to the village. Buldeo, the village hunter, hopes to kill Shere Khan the lame tiger and claim a big reward. Mowgli has other ideas.
We continue the Jungle book. In this chapter, Mowgli returns to the human village. There’s a lot of talk about the jungle which he knows is not true. He also picks up a rumour that his old foe, Shere Khan the tiger is still aiming to hunt him down.
Who or what do you think Schippeitaro is? This story features some Demon Cats and cat wailing FX and is a little more spooky than usual.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Here are two romantic fables about roses. The Rose and the Butterfly and the Rose and the Pigweed.