This story is about telling fibs, and it’s also about bullying. Sometimes it is hard to say who the real bully is – because of course the smart bullies don’t go around with a badge saying “I am a bully.”
A poor couple adopts a magical being. But who is their beautiful and charming new daughter? Listen on to find out.
Katie is an ordinary school girl; apart from one thing, she’s a witch and can do magic spells. Her mother is a witch too – and her father is a scientist who investigates magic. But experimenting with magic can be dangerous – as her dad finds out in this highly amusing episode in our popular Katie series.
In this episode, we answer a question that has long puzzled some of the world’s greatest thinkers. Why is it that monkeys believe that they rightfully own all the bananas? Listen on to find out.
Some people say that the President of the World is not really in charge, but in fact, her every move is controlled by alien lizards disguised as humans. Some commentators even think the president herself is a lizard. But of course, that’s a crazy theory – or is it?
Coin Trick is an audio fantasy adventure featuring modern characters, Native American gods and mythical creatures. We think you are going to love it. Our review and interview is kindly sponsored by the creators of Coin Trick but it is also a meeting of minds. If you love Storyory, you will love Coin Trick.
Our space-travelling hound, Astropup, along with the Parrot Major and Marlow, visit the President of the World to sell her the idea of interplanetary hot dogs. But some people think the President is a lizard in disguise. Could this strange theory have any truth at the bottom of it?
The Musical Monkey is caught in this story. Do you think he will end up on the dinner table? Or will he have yet another trick up his sleeve? Well, he hasn’t got a sleeve, but if he did, he might have a trick up it.
It’s only natural for parents to worry, and sometimes they worry a little too much. Once, a girl was beautiful – and her parents worried that she was too pretty. They were so concerned that they sent her out into the world with a bowl over her head. Poor girl! How could she find a job? How could she find love? When she had a bowl over her head?
It’s the time of year when the weather should be perfect, but the rain and the wind are continuous. Could there be some magical connection between Katie’s mother and the weather?