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Myths & World
Poems & Music
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Jana Elizabeth, Storynory’s editor, and the singing voice of our recent music, brings you a selection of interviews, audio stories, songs, anecdotes, news, background to Storynory, and fun and interesting topics for children and their families. Tune in regularly to Jana’s Studio and see what's going on. Please feel free to comment or ask questions on related items. We hope you find it enjoyable.
We've adapted the histories of Herodotus to be friendly for kids. We tour the ancient world including the Near East, Persia, Egypt, and of course Greece, and we build up to second Persian invasion of Greece in 480 BC. Follow history back in time, through fact, fiction and even a bit of mythology.
King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table
The stories of King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table are romances set in the mists of time somewhere between the dark ages and the middle ages.
Tim is a very curious tadpole who lives on the pond with Bertie. He is always asking lots of questions that children ask too. Bertie answers his questions, and if he doesn't know the answer, he asks Natasha to go and find out.
A selection of Bible Stories for children from Once Upon a World Read by John Le Mesurier of Dad's Army fame. Old and New Testament.
Storynory interviews authors of children's books, and other interesting people connected to the world of Stories and Storynory.
The names of the saints live on in celebrations such as St. Valentine's and St. Patrick's Day. We tell some of the myths, legends, and facts behind these special days.
Tongue Twisters to help you with clear speech - good for practising English.
Our retelling of the Robin Hood legends - based on some of the ancient ballads about the politest robber in history.
Storynory education workshops
Storynory runs educational workshops for children based on the stories from Storynory. Past Workshops have included Jack & The Beanstalk and A Little Red Riding Hood, recorded in a theatre studio in London. The audio of the children can be downloaded as an MP3.
We select an English phrase from one of our stories and explain its meaning. For English language learners and young people who want to improve their English with stories.
Create, learn and play with our stories. These background articles suggest educational activities and lesson plans to go with our tales.
The Knight's Tale by Chaucer is retold by Princess Emelye. Cousins, both knights, fall madly in love with a girl they see from the window of a prison.
Language Learning Questions
Questions for English language learners based on our stories.
True stories of Kings, Queens, battles, inventions - people and events that changed the world.