One thing we love to read about on the blogosphere, is that Storynory is being used in Schools (and home schools too).We we are really pleased that Primary School UK has included Natasha’s reading of the Pied Piper by Robert Browning in their Pied Piper planning resource.
Rats are strong contenders to make it into my Room 101 (along with the boring meetings that also inspired author George Orwell to come up with this symbol for ratty nightmares in his novel 1984). So I find it strange indeed that the latest hit animation, Ratatouille, features a rat who stars in the Kitchen […]
Talking of social networks, SKel’s myspace page has an interesting project to mix Natasha reading Alice in Wonderland with Technomusic. SKel’s also done some out-of-the-way things to Natasha’s voice – curiouser and curiouser ! Take a listen to Natasha – not quite as you know her, at least after the first minute or so.
Just for fun, I thought I would put “Storynory” into the search box of Facebook. In case you don’t know, Facebook is a social network that is all the rage. To my great delight, I found that there are already groups set up by Storynory fans for Storynory fans. Storynory isn’t just for little kids […]
This is one of several lively stories by Ella-Rose, aged 7. By coincidence the heroine is also called Ella-Rose and is 7 years old.
Our listener Barbara Imbrie wrote a lovely story for her 8–year-old grandson about a cat who was a afraid of mice. We are pleased to publish the enjoyable text under our “Your Stories” section.
By Barbara Imbrie (who wrote this for her 8 year old grandson) Afraid of mice? You really wouldn’t have expected it. His father, Tom Cat, was a famous mouse catcher. He had even won a blue ribbon at the county fair for catching the most mice in the shortest time—ten in ten minutes. And his […]
There’s a really nice mention of Storynory in the Wall Street Journal today. For bedtime stories, just press play By YING WU June 16, 2007; Page P2 For families on long car trips, there’s a new boredom killer: free podcasts of children’s stories. The tales come from London-based Storynory, which offers them on its Web […]
I’d like to thank all the blogs who link to us – sorry we can’t link back to you all. It’s very helpful for us to gather some insight into how you listen to Storynory – and we do read and follow what you say. It makes us feel we know you. This is one […]
One “golden afternoon” – 7th July 1862 – a mathematics tutor at Oxford University took three little girls on a boating picnic along the River Isis (Thames). On the way he told them a surreal nonsense tale. One of the little girls was called Alice Liddell and she became the main character in the story. […]