A book from the future! Sam stared in wonder at the mysterious book offered to him by the Keeper of Memories, filled with life yet to come…his life. Everything he had experienced through the powers of the Amazing Story Box had led to this fateful moment in which a boy’s dreams would find their destiny in the world to be. Listen, and you will learn what Sam discovered. (Be sure to listen to “The Amazing Story Box: Parts 1 and 2” first, so that you can hear the entire story!)
Who was the little grey man in the forest? What kind of magic did he possess? What happened to the boy who was kind to him? The classic tale by the Brothers Grimm will answer these questions and more, as we travel backward through time in the fireside folktales of the old Black Forest in Germany, once upon a time. Listen, and we will begin our journey……
Watch out, Sam! Good advice for our young hero, as he goes back through the amazing story box to the secret new world to rescue his cat, Zero. The unexpected meets him at every turn as Sam makes good on his promise to help a poor boy named Charles Dickens. All aboard for Part Two of our continuing adventure!
Corrected Version. A strange new world had appeared! Sam was a normal boy with a seemingly dull life, until his uncle, a genius inventor, gave him a amazing present. Expect the unexpected as Sam accidentally enters a portal to another world–in his bedroom one moment, and in the next, standing on the streets of a city lost in time. We begin an original story adventure of many parts. All aboard for a wild ride!
NOTE: Sorry, we noticed a mistake in our story and have corrected the name of the Uncle, Whew!!! If you downloaded an earlier version, please delete it and download this version. Thank you…
Victor had such a nightmare after eating too much candy on Halloween night. Who would he call to help him wake up from his strange dream? How would he get back home to his bedroom? The answer was printed on a little card, kept in a suit pocket of an old magic coat, locked in an old blue trunk from Cairo. Keep the light on and the windows closed when you listen to this enchanted Halloween tale by Alan M. Scofield.
Imagine how you would feel if someone called you an “ugly duckling” and people picked on you and told you that you were odd and different. What if you didn’t have friends and a loving home. How terribly sad you would feel! In Hans Christian Andersen’s wonderful story about growth and change, an ugly duckling, in the end, becomes something wondrous and beautiful. Everyone is amazed, but no one is more surprised than “the ugly duckling” himself.
The moral to this tale is to never stop and talk to strangers, especially wolves in the deep forest. This older version of Little Red Riding Hood is entitled The True Story of Little Golden Hood, as she was known long ago in France. Some younger listeners might find the wolf a bit scary, but after all he IS a wolf!
Listen to this classic tale by The Brothers Grimm and find out how the skills that four brothers have mastered, become very useful when a mighty dragon captures a princess. Hear how they must join forces to save her, relying on each other, to rescue the princess from the beast of flames and thunder.
When Little Mo the city mouse was searching for tiny treasures along the busy sidewalks of Main Street, he met a fine old gentleman from Russia named Mr. Roginsky. Both Little Mo and Mr. Roginsky loved music by Mozart and became good friends. Soon they were off on an adventure to find Mr. Roginsky’s lost violin, but what trouble they had! See how Little Mo’s secret box of smiles saved the day!
Here is a lovely tale about a little bunny who learns how to make the right choices all by himself. Should he follow his brother and sister everywhere they go, or should he take his time to think for himself? Listen and find out what he did.