Two statuesque stories from Korea. One is about a statue that has a surprise in store. The other is about a mole who is ambitious for his daughter to marry into high society. And a shout out to our wonderful supporter, Outschool. https://outschool.com/storynory.
The Dutch Hotel is opening on New Year’s Eve. But many of the staff are off sick. Who could help out? The ghosts? And who are the ghosts anyway? Happy New Year from Storynory!
Merry Christmas! Here is a holiday spy story featuring a family of mice and staring GrandPa Mouse, Judith Mouse, and Jimmy Mouse. Wishing all Storynory listeners, Peace, Good Health, and Prosperity ! Dedicated with thanks to Cecelia from England!
We’ve heard of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh from the Christmas story in the Bible. What has the ancient Greek, Herodotus to tell us about these wondrous gifts?
Donkeys are famous for being stubborn. These three funny fables show you how humans get on with their asinine friends.
Cambyses, King of Persia, invaded Egypt. The conqueror showed no respect for Egyptian customs. For example, he threw a spear at the Egyptian bull-god, Apis. Herodotus says this proves he was crazy. What do you think?
Mice and cats have been enemies since the time of Aesop. In this updated fable, a mouse suggests tying a bell to the cat’s tale. Great idea! But who is going to put it into practice? And if you live in the USA, check out our new sponsor, Little Passports Promo Code Story for a great way to learn about the world from home. Sponsored by Little Passports Promo Code “Story”
Introducing Flip & Mozi’s Guide to How to be an Earthling, the intergalactic musical podcast that brings
conservation into the conversation for kids and their grown-ups.
A vegan tiger? That’s sound pretty unusual. Jana tells this story from India that includes lots about food! And check out our fantastic sponsor StoryWorth. A great gift this holiday season. https://storyworth.com/storynory to receive $10 off
Our spooky series continues. The Dutch Hotel is close to opening, and it’s time for some publicity photos and video. Will the ghosts draw in or scare away the guests?