A special Interview by Storynory’s editor, Jana Elizabeth, with Bertie, the writer of our stories. They talk about our new Herodotus series and what else is coming up on Storynory.
Herodotus, the father of history, tells us a different version of the famous Trojan War, which he learned on his travels around Egypt and the Middle East.
Katie helps an injured dog and invites him to stay in the house – but her magical and mischievous cat, Solomon, is not happy about her decision – and makes life difficult for the poor mutt !
Aesop’s fable of the mighty oak and the slender reed is told in verse.
Write a story about the best or the worst present ever. We will pick three winning stories and read them on Storynory. The first prize includes a $50 voucher for Wicked Uncle, the home of brilliant presents.
Jake goes trick-treating with a real Tudor ghost from Hampton Court Palace where Henry VIII lived.
Tap your feet to this spooky and silly song for Halloween
An Irish tale for Halloween sometimes known as Jamie Freel and the Young Lady. This story is both spooky and sweet – but perhaps not for small children as there is a quite sad and heavy passage towards the end – before the happy ending.
Dad probably does not believe that Birdy can talk – after all he is just a crow – and yet he does seem rather clever and useful.
Jake has befriended a crow that he calls Birdy. Birdy tells Jake about some history which he has seen for himself in his very long life.