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The Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for my Children by Charles Kingsley is a collection of three Greek mythology stories: Perseus, The Argonauts, and Theseus. The author had a great fondness for Greek fairy tales and believed the adventures of the characters would inspire children to achieve higher goals with integrity.
 
The Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for my Children by Charles Kingsley is a collection of three Greek mythology stories: Perseus, The Argonauts, and Theseus. The author had a great fondness for Greek fairy tales and believed the adventures of the characters would inspire children to achieve higher goals with integrity.
 
Sixty children’s bedtime stories. No nasties or ogres or things that go bump in the night.Lasting from three to twelve minutes, tales written to send little dynamos to sleep.Transcripts are available on some webisodes and will be available eventually on all.All the stories in book form - pdf or ePub - are available from bernardking.co.ukThe podcast also enjoys UNCLE ROWLAND'S PLEASURE PLACE.A rolling series attempting to feed and increase children’s imaginations.If there are problems with an ...
 
Children of all faiths and religions will enjoy these Sikh stories of spiritual principles and consciousness (many based on stories from Sikhism). Stories highlighting universal values of helping others, compassion, prayer, courage, sharing, and the oneness of all people capture the hearts and imagination of children of all ages. As parents, you can rest assured that the message delivered to your children is positive, uplifting, and of good spirit. Who knows, they just may learn a valuable l ...
 
Distinct Poplar is a young adult (YA) short story series of dark fantasy and storybook horror, written and narrated by Matt Herzberg. Distinct Poplar takes place in a sprawling city, where the supernatural and fantastic things are common place. This vast metropolis looks and feels like a fairy tale kingdom come to life and thrusted unceremoniously into the modern era. Here, people practically live on top of one another, covered in the grime and hardships of everyday city living, and always k ...
 
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Now certain that Jack Frost suspects her, Winella must be extra cautious when she pursues one of the last items still missing from her leaf list: magical music. Listening note: This story and the rest of the series will make the most sense after listening to the Guardian of the Seed stories, as well as the Trouble in Treble series: Winella, Guardia…
 
Winella is sure that magic chocolate will be the easiest item on the list of items she must gather for the tree. After all, one of her friends in Kandie Land is made out of the stuff! But the frost fairies are starting to suspect that she's up to something. Will she be able to elude them? Listening note: This story and the rest of the series will m…
 
The next item on Winella's leaf list is a little odd. Dragon spit, known as ambergris to the fairies, is far harder to obtain than Winella first thought. Fortunately, she has the family dragon expert, her Aunt Aubrin, to help. (Storyteller's note: Real ambergris comes from whales, but before we knew that, people thought it was petrified dragon spit…
 
Winella searches for a rainbow in a bottle. If any fairy can help her, it's Caoimhe, the last leprechaun. But will Winella be able to convince her to risk Jack Frost's wrath? Listening note: This story and the rest of the series will make the most sense after listening to the Guardian of the Seed stories: Winella, Guardian of the Seed Trouble Comes…
 
Flush with her successful acquisition of fairy dust, Winella is ready to tackle the next item on her leaf list: a gryphon feather. There's only one problem, though; gryphons may no longer exist! Listening note: This story and the rest of the series will make the most sense after listening to the Guardian of the Seed stories, as well as one of the R…
 
Winella has received the strangest of shopping lists, inscribed on a leaf. After perusing it, she decides that the easiest item will be the fairy dust, since she's already so near the source. But is anything ever as easy as is seems in Neverland? Neverland and its characters were created by J.M. Barrie in his novel, "Peter and Wendy," which is in t…
 
Winella returns to check in on the tree she planted in the hopes of someday growing a wand that will banish Jack Frost from fairyland. On one beautiful summer day, though, something new happens during her visit, an event that will trigger a wild adventure that will change fairyland forever. Listening note: This story and the rest of the series will…
 
A preview of a couple of the stories from season two, coming on Sundays starting September 5th, 2021. Show website: https://storiesforwonderfulchildren.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/storiesforwonderfulchildren/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StoriesforWonderfulChildren Twitter: https://twitter.com/storiesforwond1…
 
Season one of Stories for Wonderful Children draws to a close with a special three-part episode. First, a short story about the amazing events of Diana's fourth birthday. Rebecca Recheetah acquired her cheetah speed on her fourth birthday. As her little sister Diana's fourth birthday approaches, she wonders whether she will also become a recheetah …
 
Get in the ‘back to school’ mindset and have a listen. Eight Kids Listen member podcasts created a short offering on the theme of this year’s return to school as a sampling for you and your family. Find some of the participating collaborators: All Things Madison - www.ShopMadisonLauren.com Nature Narratives - www.NatureNarrativesPodcast.com At Your…
 
Introducing the story of Ajeet: the Invincible Lion, a story that is also a shabd! Or is it a shabd that is also a story...? Hi! My name is Ajeet Singh. My name means that I am an invincible lion. Sometimes I'm brave and fearless like a lion, and sometimes I'm not. After all, I'm just a kid. I learn so much every day. At school there are some kids …
 
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