Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob Griffiths. Chloë lives in Newbury, England. Every night she looks out her window at her five stars. But one night, there are only four stars in the sky. Her daddy tells her it’s just behind a cloud, but Chloë knows better. She knows that something is wrong with one of her stars. But she could never have imagined that she would be the only one who could get it shining again. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
This story is suitable for children ages 4+
Our story today is about a squirrel. Yes, another squirrel story. My equine guests are not exactly thrilled about that. The Acorn is a story about mistaken impressions and developing trust with new friends. And it’s also just fun. ENJOY!
Written by Nigel Blaikie and narrated by Amy Hays. Waldo is a helicopter pilot who loves to help out. He has all sorts of amazing adventures! In this story Waldo is called upon to help a trapped zoo truck taking a giraffe to see the beach for his very first time. Gerald the giraffe is disappointed he won’t get to visit the beach as planned, but when Waldo offers to take him for a helicopter ride instead things start to look up! 🚁🦒
This story is suitable for children aged 3+
I am so happy to be back for SEASON FIVE of the podcast! Today’s story features a little frog who learns to overcome his fears so as not to miss out on worthwhile life experiences. Also, it happens to be a subtle exploration of the challenges of early …
Written and narrated by Jess Judd. A big thank you to Kenton, who requested this story last year. It has taken a little while to write, but I LOVE it and I really hope you do too xo – Jess
Wilhelm lives at the base of the largest mountain in the land. When the sun is shining, he likes to play and go to school, or visit his papa who works up in the mines in the mountain. But! As soon as the sun starts to cast shadows across the land, Wilhelm and all the other people who live in his village must hurry back into their homes. If you get caught outside in the dark, you might fall prey to the stone goblins! When these little rock monsters attack the princess, putting her into a deep sleep, only Wilhelm can save her. Will he brave the mountain in the dark? ⛰️
This story is appropriate for children aged 5 – 12.