Oscar Wilde’s fairytale of a statue and a swallow is both beautiful and sad. The statue was once a happy prince with no idea that others could be sad. Now that he is a statue, high above the city, he can see that his happiness is not shared by all. A longer story with a moral message – perhaps connected to Easter.
Download the audio to your computer, Right Click, Save As. This classic story by Oscar Wilde is set in a garden that is not unlike paradise. Children play freely among the trees and flowers. And then the owner, The Selfish Giant, returns from a long holiday and drives out the children. But all is not […]
Oscar Wilde’s witty tale about a rocket who is convinced that he is by far the most remarkable firework in the pack.