Recommended for ages 7 and up, here's the ancient story of how the first dog was tamed. A young girl, a fierce wolf pup, hardship, friendship and more, all set in 15, BC. An updated take on the classic story of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter. This time around, his sister Penny is along for the ride, giving more gender representation and a fun new dynamic on this timeless tale. In a strong young tree, some squirrels are arguing about whether or not to let in their neighbors in need. Walls are built, hearts are broken, and lessons are learned.
The classic fable of the wind and the sun, updated with some fun songs. Ultimately you'll learn that you get further with kindness than with violence! Patrick's Day. Weird Australian slang and some St. Paddy's magic. A parrot in the city meets some new friends. The friends want to change him, but he learns the hard way that you can't make everyone happy.
Support the show and get ad-free episodes at patreon. The classic story of Rapunzel, the girl with the long hair stuck way up at the top of a tower by an evil witch. Includes fun songs and an updated ending. The thrilling conclusion! This time, Grace is out to stop a galactic mega-corp from destroying a moon to build their sub-light pipeline. Amazing Grace is back. This time, she's out to stop a galactic mega-corp from destroying a moon to build their sub-light pipeline.
The strange but true tale of the origin of Valentine's Day. It all started way back in the third century with a Christian Bishop named Valentine and a Roman Emperor who wanted to outlaw love. A weird sea shanty about a pirate ship full of birds. All kinds of birds. The captain is a cormorant though. Because it went best with captain. Also, he already had the hat.
A Day at the Unicorn Races (Short Story)
A short take on the classic fable about the cunning fox and the vain crow. The moral of the story? Don't be fooled by flattery. The story that inspired the tradition of Chinese New Year.
Space Unicorn On Fire
Nian the Beast has been terrorizing a small village, and it's up to one young girl and a wise old man to save the day. Koo the cat thinks that the moon is a particularly tasty looking mouse. Will she be able to catch it? It was late in the great halls of Asgard. The gods were sleeping Thor, God of Thunder, strongest warrior to ever walk on earth or in the heavens, was having an argument with Loki, god of fire, and cunning trickster.
It had started off innocently enough, but Loki knew just how to get Thor angry. In fact, it was one of his favorite games. It is much better to be clever than it is strong.
Short Story Solos
Jillian Jayes has become something greater than herself, but has she bit off more than she can chew? Find out in the conclusion to Book 1 of The Brilliant Firefly, our serial superhero story! Thank you all for listening! Two kids are given a strange gift one New Year's Eve. We take the beautiful but largely forgotten fable by Emilie Poulsson and update it for a modern ear.
Gallop Through the Stars
It's the perfect story for kids and adults on New Year's Eve! As far as fairy tales go, this is a strange one, but very interesting too! Part 3! Jill and Specs investigate the mystery surrounding Grampa Jack. The deeper they dig, the more troubling it becomes. We hope you are enjoying our take on the superhero genre! Part two of our superhero origin story. Jillian Jayes was a normal girl. Well, not really, but don't tell her that. She loved nothing more than judo, skipping school, and watching the superheroes fight crime all over Gigacity.
But when her father is killed by super villains and her mother insists they move out to the country, she's forced to adjust to small town life. It's tough going, but she soon learns that the smallest towns can hold the biggest secrets. Part one of our superhero origin story. He runs! Can you catch him? You Can't, it says so in the song. Its the Thanksgiving Pie-Off, where a brother and sister see who can eat more thanksgiving pies.
What kinds of pies? Key Lime? Also in there. Maybe it would be faster if you just listened. A Little Red Hen is busy, and no one wants to help her make bread. When the bread is done, they all change their tune, but the Little Red Hen is all business.
It's our take on this classic story, with fun songs woven throughout. God is sending a storm to wash away the sins of man, and Noah has been chosen to carry out very specific instructions. One of the most famous Christian stories, and one of our favorites. Support the show at www. The classic fable of counting your chickens before they hatch, combined with a version of the Irish folksong "The Rattlin' Bog.
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A little bonus poem about Halloween being over. It's fun!