Storynory’s downloads are currently running at around 200,000 per month. December was even more bumper, with 270,000. We often notice that people stock up on stories before a big holiday. If you would like to know a little bit more, we’ve put a few facts and figures together in our Media Pack for January 08. […]
We love worthy causes to use our stories, and there’s none more worthwhile than the Floortime Repository for is full of resources for autistic children. Scroll down their site, and you will see that they’ve installed a lovely player with our stories on it. Find more music like this on Floortime Repository Although our audio […]
Alice in Wonderland by Storynory now has its own Podcast and iTunes page where you can easily download all the chapter. If you are in iTunes, just search for Alice. Or visit Storynory to subscribe.
A Ghost Story of Christmas by Charles Dickens First published on December 19, 1843 with illustrations by John Leech.
Hina M left a great suggestion in our feedback section, requesting that we give more guidance in our index about which stories suit certain age groups. First of all, I would like to give one tip – if you are looking for stories in clear and simple language, start first with our modern stories. They […]
How to make iTunes download all episodes from a podcast, and keep all, most recent, or just the ones you’ve not listened to.
Amazon.com Widgets Ricki Ricki Tavi by Rudyard Kipling is a long standing favourite with visitors to storynory. It’s an exciting tale and there’s something very touching about the tale of the Mongose who defends a little boy. Of course not all our listeners have mp3 players, or are experts at burning audio to CDs. We’ve […]
If you are looking for an MP3 player for kids – one with a built in speaker so they don’t have to listen through headphones – you might try the Sansa-Shaker. There’s an extensive review on Z-Recommends.
Interesting to see that Google is celebrating the birthday of the great children’s author, Roald Dahl. A recent survey found that he is still the most loved children’s author in Britain. Which perhaps goes to show that some of the over-protective writing of today (Dahl could never be accused of that) doesn’t quite hit the […]
How do you fancy discovering a few Mysteries of the Universe? Strangely enough, you may be able to discover a few of them in the English town of Cheltenham which is going to be playing host to a Children’s book festival called BOOK IT ! this October. The person to unravel the mysteries is George. […]