The Mistake Artist: Part Two

We are back with PART TWO of this magical story. Hear how Em comes to see the beauty in her own imperfect artwork after a visit to Artiste’s world of magical beings. ENJOY!

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The King And The Two Falcons

If you are looking for some good moral stories for your little one, then you are in the right place! Read on. This is one of the most amazing short story on birds with moral to read along with your kids. THE BEGINNING A long time ago,

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The Mistake Artist: Part One

SEASON SIX IS HERE! I am thrilled to share a brand new story with you after months of hibernating…er, daydreaming and writing. The Mistake Artist is my very first two-part story and I think you will love it. It features a little girl who is a bit of …

Waldo and the Sea Monster written by Nigel Blaikie

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 deal with a sea monster called Slimey, who likes to tip people out of their boats! Slimey just wants to play but his games are no fun for the beach goers.

Waldo really has his hands full this time. Will he be able to get Slimey the sea monster to change his mischievous ways?! 🚁🐲🏖

This story is suitable for children aged 3+

Bad Brad Saves Christmas 👦🎅 written by Joe Corcoran

Written by Joe Corcoran and narrated by Rob Griffiths. Brad doesn’t believe in Father Christmas, and he doesn’t want anyone else to believe that nonsense either. He’s happiest when he’s making everyone else miserable. His parents aren’t bothered about Christmas either, so on Christmas Eve there’s no decorations in the house, no tree downstairs, no stocking hung up. But, whether Brad believes it or not, soon he’ll have to decide whether to stay being Bad Brad, or whether he’ll get on his bike and save Christmas. Is it worth the effort for one person? For sure! And is it better to fix badness with kindness? For sure!

This story is suitable for children aged between 4 – 10.