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?
A cheeky, musical story for our younger listeners – lots of tricky fun! And even if you aren’t so young, you might enjoy our bouncy song based on the playground chant, Eenee, Meenee, Mainee, Mo!
We asked you to send us the ending to the Egyptian Fairytale, The Doomed Prince. The Prince was fated by the god Hathor to meet his end by a dog, a snake or a crocodile. He escaped the dog and the snake, but the crocodile dragged him off to his island in a lake where his enemy was an evil spirit. The original papyrus is torn off here. So how did the story end? Our listeners from all over the world came up with some amazing answers.
Why are monkeys full of mischief? This tuneful story from Brazil will explain. And you will hear a monkey who played the guitar before The Monkees.
This story is a tale of two cats: one handsome and expensive, the other scruffy and not expensive-looking but definitely unique. When the expensive one is stolen, it is up the cheap cat to save him!
A special episode of Storynory sponsored by Candlewick Press. It’s a review of a gorgeous and sensitive picture book called “Mindi and the Goose No One Else Could See” by Sam McBratney.
A fairy story from ancient Egypt without an ending -you tell us how it should end and we shall read out the best answers out on Storynory. Send to [email protected] by 14 June 2021.