WINTER STORIES

(December / Jan / Feb)

ANIMALS

Ostriches

Leopards

Buffaloes

The Brown European Bear

Ant Eaters

Kangaroos

Opposums

Polar Bears

Porcupines


BIBLICAL

The Messenger of the King

Tiny Tim

Babouska

The Two Brothers “ Jacob & Esau

Joseph “ The Dreamer

Joseph “ The Ruler

St Peter and the Angel

St John the Baptist

Queen Esther


FABLES

The Pine Tree

The Christmas Story

Mrs Santa Claus

How the Tortoise Got Its Shell

Ohia and the Thieving Deer

The Grinding Stone That Ground Flour By Itself

Grandmothers Curtains

Rumplestilskin

How Cedric Became A Knight


FAIRY TALES

Wise Folks

The Wolf and the Man

Twelve By the Mail

Tom Thumb As A Journeyman

The Emperors New Clothes

The Days of the Week

The Devil and His Grandmother

Good Luck Can Lie In A Pin

The Golden Goose


HISTORICAL

The Ungrateful Guest

Hannibal “ The Hero of Carthage

Maximillian and the Goose Boy

John Gutenburg and the Voices

The Sons of William the Conqueror

Eureka!

Antonio Canova

Dr Johnson and His Father

King John and the Abbott

 

 

 

 


  SPRING STORIES

(March / April / May)

ANIMALS

Creatures of the Sun

Lions

Foxes

Crocodiles

Sharks

Zebras

Camels

Gorillas

The Wild Boar


BIBLICAL

The Coming of the King

The Boyhood of the King

The Work of the King

The Triumph of the King

The Finding of Moses

Moses “ The Great Leader

Hezekiah “ The Good King

Isaac and Rebekah

Jeremiah “ The Prophet

FABLES

Hans and the Wonderful Flower

Little Half Chick

Little Sunshine

The Fairy Who Came to Our House

The New Red Dress

Mother Spider

The Rich Goose

The Stone In the Road

The Brave Tin Soldier


FAIRY TALES

The Candles

The Princess and the Pea

The Three Snake Leaves

Cat and Mouse in Partnership

Dr Knowall

The Duration of Life

Old Sultan

The Old Man and His Grandson

The Poor Man and the Rich Man
 
HISTORICAL

The Sword of Damocles

The Young Scout

Casabianca

King Alfred and the Cakes

A Lesson in Manners

The Sons of Caliph

Dr Goldsmith

The Brave Three Hundred

The Endless Tale

 

  SUMMER STORIES

 (June / July / August)

ANIMALS

The Walrus

Pythons

Large Monkeys

Giraffes

African Elephants

Otters

Sea Lions

Reindeer

Penguins


BIBLICAL

Parables

The Story of the Spies

The Story of Abraham

Solomon “ The Wise King

Saul “ The Persecutor

Gideon “ The Soldier

The Beautiful World

Noah and the Rainbow of Hope

Jonathan “ The Soldier Prince


FABLES

Anansi and Nothing

The Ungrateful Man

The Lion and the Wolf

The Gingerbread Boy

Silvercap, King of the Frost Fairies

Chicken Little

The Leopard and the Ram

Why Spiders Are Always Found in the Corner of Ceilings

Why the Lizard Continually Moves His Head Up and Down


FAIRY TALES

The Robber and the Bridegroom

The Shroud

The White Bride and the Black One

The Shepherd Boy

The Good Bargain

Gambling Hansel

The Peasant and the Devil

The Peasant in Heaven

The Seven Ravens


HISTORICAL

A Story of Robin Hood

King John and the Magna Charta

The Miller of the Dee

The Gordian Knot

The Black Douglas

Frederick Barbarossa

Another Wolf Story

King Richard and Blondel

Other Wise Men of Gotham

  AUTUMN STORIES

(SEPT / OCT / NOV )

ANIMALS


Pumas

The Rhinoceros

The Hippopotamus

Seals

Rats

Wolves

Whale Fishing

Grizzly Bears

Tigers

 
BIBLICAL
 

Elijah “ The Hungry Prophet

Elisha “ The Man of God

Ruth “ The Gleaner

Samuel “ The Little Server

The Story of Daniel

St John “ The Beloved Disciple

David “ The Shepherd Boy

David “ The Fighter

St Paul “ The Servant of Christ

 
 
FABLES
 

The Big Red Apple

How the Robins Breast Became Red

The Three Bears

Why White Ants Always Harm Mans Property

How We Get the Name Spider Tales

How Beasts and Serpents First Came Into the World

Our Ladys Little Glass

The Drawing of the Sword

St Joseph in the Forest

 
FAIRY TALES
 

Clever Elsie

The Dog and the Sparrow

The Little Folks Present

The Fox and the Cat

The Fox and the Horse

The Godfather

The Old Man Made Young Again

The Old Woman in the Wood

The Three Spinners

 
HISTORICAL
 

Androcles and the Lion

Columbus and the Egg

Grace Darling

King John and Prince Arthur

The Man in the Iron Mask

Sir Walter Raleigh

Picciola

Sir Isaac Newton and the Apple

The Story of Cincinnatus

 
 

What's Included

What Is Included In All 3 Price Packages?

 
 ˆ’ Stories are read in African, British and Caribbean accents.
ˆ’  Age specific colour coded questions and answers included in every story.
 ˆ’ Children can upload their story-related drawings/pictures at Aunty Bs Corner.
 ˆ’ An interactive portal for children to record an audio every week at Aunty Bs Corner.
 ˆ’ A weekly ˜events section updating kids with key dates in all 6 continents at Aunty Bs Corner.
 ˆ’ A fun ˜manners and etiquette audio guide uploaded weekly at Aunty Bs Corner.
 ˆ’ By clicking on the Blog Icon on the website kids can access 4 supplementary factual audios, with a ˜Did  You Know? feature uploaded every Wednesday.
 ˆ’ Suitable for children aged 5 to 10 years.
 ˆ’ Categories include Animal, Biblical, Fables, Fairy Tales and Historical.
 ˆ’ Supported by downloadable story text, so one can read along as well as listen.
 ˆ’ New stories added every other day (15 stories per month).
 ˆ’ 50 Nursery Rhymes with downloadable script (FREE).
 ˆ’ 30 Aesops Fables available in African, British and Caribbean accents. Downloadable script (FREE).
 ˆ’ Promotions/Competitions on Twitter and Facebook accessed by clicking the icons on website.
 ˆ’ Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter. Includes quizzes, riddles and competitions.


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Step 8: Stories last between 8 “ 12 minutes, although there are some stories that have 2-3 stories together, so may exceed this time.
Step 9: All other facilities will become available to you via the website following registration.
Step 10: Click the month(s) on the left hand side to see stories that will be uploaded month after month.
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