This touching story by Hans Christian Andersen relates how a brave tin soldier keeps a stiff upper lip and remains steadfast throughout all his troubles. He is treated unfairly but never complains, and always remains true to the toy ballerina with whom he has fallen in love.
The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse by Richard Scrafton Sharp (based on Horace). The Mouse and the Cake by Eliza Cook. Two charming Victorian poems about mice.
Read the Gingerbread Man and listen to the FREE audio story. It’s a fast-paced folktale about a cake who runs away down and is chased by people and animals.
An audio story about two children awaiting the day when one of six new puppies will be old enough to leave their mum and come and live with them: but Dad doesn’t want a dog.
How Prince Bertie slew a Welsh dragon and won the hand of the Lovely Princess Beatrice. An adventure from the time before Bertie was turned into a frog.
The story of Cinderella has the perfect recipe for a fairy tale romance – poor little girl, ugly sisters, fairy godmother,handsome prince, and of course, a lost slipper.
The annual Easter Egg hunt in the Palace Garden is heading for disaster, and Prince Bertie the Frog is about to take the blame for eating the eggs belonging to the children.
Open Sesame! The famous story from Persia of how Ali Baba outwitted a band of robbers with a little help from the clever slave-girl, Morgiana.
This wonderful fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen has an oriental setting and overtones of the Arabian Nights. A Free Audio Story from Storynory
This morning on the Pond, Little Tim, who is a very curious tadpole, looked out of the green water and spotted a rabbit hopping around the Vegetable patch.Hey, Bertie, Tim called out excitedly, Is that The Easter Bunny?The sighting of a rabbit by the pond leads Tim to ask a question of great interest to […]