Podcast. Jesus proves himself to be the perfect guest when the wine runs out at a wedding in Cana, and produces his first miracle. Read by John Le Mesurier.
The pond-life were amazed when Tim suggested that all the fishes, frogs, and tadpoles should have swimming lessons. In fact, Colin the Carp said that was the silliest thing he had ever heard.
The Spider and the Fly by Marry Howitt is a poem with a moral and a warning for children. Listen to this dramatic reading by Natasha Lee Lewis.
About the time when Bertie was a just a small prince-ling and he decided to run away from the palace. He finds that the world outside can be quite rough when nobody knows that you are really a royal in disguise.
Noah’s Ark – the animals saved from the flood two by two.
A short audio history of football otherwise known as soccer. Footie was banned in the midde ages. It really was a game of two haves, with different rules for each half. More interesting facts for curious tadpoles and kids.
John Le Mesurier reads The Creation and Adam and Eve from the Book of Genesis in the Old Testamant – an charming audio Bible story for Children.
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.