In this light hearted poem written by Charles E. Carryl, a grouchy camel shares a litany of complaints about how all the other animals are better housed, fed, and used than he is. (duration – 3 minutes)
When Jack trades their milking cow in exchange for some magic beans, his mother is so furious, she sends him to bed without any supper. But overnight the magic beans grow into an enormous beanstalk that Jack climbs up right into the sky and encounters a fierce giant who has lots of treasure. An old […]
Many of you may be familiar with that old T.V. sitcom, Father Knows Best.
As Father’s Day approaches, I find myself thinking of the many ways my own father really did “know best.”
He passed his wisdom on to me – not with lectures, scoldings, or unsolicited advice, but rather, simply by the way he walked in […]
A classic poem by English Nobel Laureate, Rudyard Kipling, written in the form of fatherly advice to the poet’s son, John. Words of wisdom for fathers to share with their children. (duration – 4 minutes) An episode from Journey with Story, a storytelling podcast for children.
Enjoy Some Swashbuckling Fun with this Pirate Poem – Storytelling Podcast for Kids – The Pirate Don Durk of Dowdee E:34
Children will delight in this rollicking poem by Mildred Plew Meigs, about a wicked pirate with a dagger, a cutlass, and a parrot called Pepperkin Pye, who “goes through the world with a wonderful swash!” (duration – 5 minutes) An episode from Journey with Story, a storytelling podcast.