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Storynory - Stories for Kids

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Free audio stories for kids
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access_time3 days ago
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.
Read the full text of 1, The Histories of Herodotus and see our illustration on Storynory.
access_time11 days ago
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 !
Read the full text of Katie and the Stray Dog and see our illustration on Storynory.
access_time18 days ago
Aesop's fable of the mighty oak and the slender reed is told in verse.
Read the full text of The Oak and the Reed and see our illustration on Storynory.
access_time22 days ago
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.
Read the full text of Christmas 2017 Writing Competition and see our illustration on Storynory.
access_time24 days ago
Jake goes trick-treating with a real Tudor ghost
Read the full text of Birdy’s Halloween and see our illustration on Storynory.
access_time29 days ago
Tap your feet to this spook and silly song for Halloween
The post Witches Fly Song for Halloween appeared first on Storynory.
access_time29 days ago
Tap your feet to this spooky and silly song for Halloween
Read the full text of Witches Fly Song for Halloween and see our illustration on Storynory.
access_time1 month ago
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 quite sad and heavy passage towards the end - before the happy ending.
The post Halloween at the castle appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 month ago
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.
The post Birdy and the lost key appeared first on Storynory.
access_time2 months ago
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.
The post Birdy’s History appeared first on Storynory.
access_time2 months ago
A boy makes friends with a talking bird who has many secrets.
The post Birdy and the Boy appeared first on Storynory.
access_time2 months ago
A traditional song wiith lots of added funkiness.
The post London Bridge – Song appeared first on Storynory.
access_time2 months ago
Katie's best friend Isis has developed a technique for reading minds - will this ability help her in life?
The post Katie and the Mind Reader appeared first on Storynory.
access_time3 months ago
A French fairytale in which a king sends a messenger to woo a princess on his behalf. Avenant (the messenger) is helped on the way by a carp, and owl and a crow.
The post Princess Golden appeared first on Storynory.
access_time3 months ago
A happy song to remember the summer by with lovely singing from Storynory's Jana
The post Let’s go to the beach – song appeared first on Storynory.
access_time3 months ago
A story from India that shows how friendship is more important than fine food and living the high-life.
The post The Dog and the Elephant appeared first on Storynory.
access_time3 months ago
The famous song by Mozart is sung by Jana Elizabeth for Storynory in this cheerful and upbeat version.
The post Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – Song appeared first on Storynory.
access_time4 months ago
Uncle Jeff and the family spend the summer on a Greek Island where they adopt a hungry cat - but what to do with this rare friend when it is time to head home?
The post Wicked Uncle and the Smuggled Cat appeared first on Storynory.
access_time4 months ago
A short and sweet poem about a shadow that follows a child around all day - but who likes to stay in bed before the sun is up. By ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
The post My Shadow appeared first on Storynory.
access_time5 months ago
An old French story about an evil mouse who orders a young girl to play with fire.
The post The Evil Mouse appeared first on Storynory.
access_time5 months ago
A boy is training to be a zen monk in Japan. Life in the monastery is hard. There is one thing he loves to do - and it is not to study or work in the garden.
The post The Boy Who Loved to Draw Cats appeared first on Storynory.
access_time5 months ago
A story from Vietnam about a fisherman who plays a bamboo flute - if only his face was as beautiful as his music !
The post The Ugly Boatman appeared first on Storynory.
access_time5 months ago
Food is running low on board the spaceship carrying our heroes. The parrot takes them in search of the best hotdog in the Universe.
The post Astropup and the Best Hotdog in the Universe appeared first on Storynory.
access_time6 months ago
A boy sets out with three loyal dogs and they slay a dragon on their way. Watch out for twists and turns in the story!
The post The Three Dogs appeared first on Storynory.
access_time6 months ago
Ancient story sung in a ballad that mixes riddles and romance. Richard and Jana sing a duet -with Richard taking the part of a Knight and Jana the part of Nelly.
The post The Riddling Knight appeared first on Storynory.
access_time6 months ago
An ancient story sung in a ballad that mixes riddles and romance. Richard and Jana sing a duet -with Richard taking the part of a Knight and Jana the part of Nelly.
The post The Riddling Knight appeared first on Storynory.
access_time7 months ago
Hiawatha learns Native American legends from his grandmother Nokomis.
The post Hiawatha’s Childood appeared first on Storynory.
access_time7 months ago
A gusty poem by the Scottish writer, George MacDonald. The wind is trying to bully the moon - can he succeed?
The post The Wind and the Moon appeared first on Storynory.
access_time7 months ago
This ancient story by Aesop is brought up to date. The moral remains the same - when somebody tells you of their love and friendship, remember to judge them by their deeds, not their words.
The post How Love and Peace Came To the Woods appeared first on Storynory.
access_time7 months ago
A starry poem by Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of Treasure Island.
The post Escape at Bedtime appeared first on Storynory.
access_time8 months ago
We continue the story of Bertie and Beatrice's dreams. Beatrice has called of the wedding, left the palace, and gone to live in the town and look for a job. How will the ex-princess get on in the "real world"?
The post Bertie and Beatrice’s Dreams Part 2 appeared first on Storynory.
access_time8 months ago
Prince Bertie and Princess Beatrice have very different dreams leading to trouble in the palace.
The post Bertie and Beatrice’s Dreams appeared first on Storynory.
access_time9 months ago
Astropup's friend Marlow undergoes a strange transformation in the second part of our dog-master adventure.
The post Marlow’s Metamorphosis appeared first on Storynory.
access_time9 months ago
A story from Russia about a boy who who could speak to the birds and who proved homself to be an excellent son.
The post The Boy Who Spoke to the Birds appeared first on Storynory.
access_time9 months ago
A story from Russia about a boy who who could speak to the birds and who proved homself to be an excellent son.
The post The Boy Who Spoke to the Birds appeared first on Storynory.
access_time9 months ago
Who is the strange character who looks a little like a human, but who has the smell of a dog? Astropup reveals all.
The post Astropup and the Dog Master appeared first on Storynory.
access_time10 months ago
A tale by Aesop with a story, a poem, and a song. The moral is "Look before you leap!
access_time10 months ago
Astropup and his friends go to a football match in space
access_time11 months ago
A story from China that explains why cats hate dogs. Told by a mouse.
The post Why Cats and Dogs are Enemies appeared first on Storynory.
access_time11 months ago
A story from China that explains why cats hate dogs. Told by a mouse.
The post Why Cats and Dogs are Enemies appeared first on Storynory.
access_time11 months ago
A romantic fairytale in a shorter form than our previous version.
The post Sleeping Beauty Shorter Version appeared first on Storynory.
access_time11 months ago
A poem for Christmas.
The post In the Bleak Mid-Winter appeared first on Storynory.
access_time11 months ago
A Katie story set at Christmas. Katie and her best friend Isis plan a Christmas surprise for Samantha - which goes badly wrong.
The post Katie and the Christmas Chimney appeared first on Storynory.
access_time12 months ago
Do appearances matter? Or is the heart within the most important of all qualities? The classic tale.
The post Beauty and the Beast Shorter Version appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 year ago
Katie and her best friend Isis set up a perfect baby sitting business.
The post Katie and the Perfect Baby Sitter appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 year ago
The Soldier - a short and moving poem for Remembrance Day
The post The Soldier appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 year ago
The winners of our Halloween Writing Competition, sponsored by Ocarina, the kids mp3 player.
The post Halloween Writing Competition appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 year ago
For Halloween, a spooky story from Ireland about some witches with horns growing from their heads.
The post A Spooky Irish Story appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 year ago
Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote this strange and powerful poem in 1797 after waking up from a dream.
The post Kubla Khan appeared first on Storynory.
access_time1 year ago
The famous poem by Coleridge describes a wonderful palace built by the Mongolian Kubla Khan in Xanadu.
The post The Kubla Khan appeared first on Storynory.
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