In this story about a little village, where neighbors have forgotten how to be friendly, and kindness is no longer the rule, a dark shadow appears and all the flowers in the village begin to disappear. Everyone begins to fear the unknown except for one little girl, who has faith that her wish sent the evening star will come true. Listen to what happens to the little girl and the village she lives in, when she finds a golden spoon in her garden. And, if ever we forget the lesson of “The Golden Rule”, then let this story remind us to “Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you”.
Little Bird is back again with a perfect story for Mother’s Day. Asking question after question about growing up, he can’t seem to settle down for bedtime. Thankfully, his wise Mother knows that a good story will do the trick and soon Little Bird is off to the land of dreams.
This original story is about a boy who is uninspired until he meets a very special storyteller. As the boy listens to the stories, a new and wonderful thing happens to him. Find out what the boy discovers and how his journey will take him across the seasons of a year.
Little Bird was upset when the pushy seagulls came to his picnic and stole all the crumbs off the ground leaving nothing for him and his mom. When the seagulls finally left, something wonderful and unexpected happened — something that taught him a golden lesson that he would never forget. Find out what Little Bird learned and why he was thankful.
The Story Home is thankful for Radhika Miller’s beautiful music from “The Lark’s Bride” and “Here and Faraway” Albums.
Where is my brand new nest? Said Little Bird to his Mother. The little fir tree they placed it in was gone, chopped down with others and taken away to be sold as Christmas trees. What would happen to the little nest now? Follow the story to a small log cabin on a snowy Christmas Eve and hear how the kindness of a young girl taught Little Bird the meaning of Christmas.
An original Thanksgiving tale about your storyteller, Alan. It is a story of how he began the career of storytelling when he was seventeen years old. Hear about his memories of a Thanksgiving long ago in California, where a moment of inspiration lasted a lifetime.
Be sure to also enjoy these three Thanksgiving stories, right here on The Story Home website, “Thanksgiving at Grandfather’s Farm”, “The Thanksgiving Stone”, and The Night Before Thanksgiving”.
Even though Lucky was a Ghost, he hid away when Halloween night came because he was afraid! He was afraid of being alone, on the spookiest of nights when witches flew, black cats meowed and pumpkins grinned. But this Halloween his luck changed. He met a nice friend and slowly, magically, everything was different. Listen and find out why this Ghost became The Luckiest Ghost!
This is the story of how Little Bunny became a secret Easter bunny for a sad boy who lived next door. The boy never smiled, but on Easter morning everything changed because of Little Bunny’s wonderful idea. Little Bunny felt good inside when he saw what his kindness did for the boy.
Little Bunny is very curious about a lot of things, asking questions of everyone in his family. One question is very personal, and he saves this one for Grandpa bunny. Let’s join Little Bunny as he searches for answers.
Michael and Michaela couldn’t wait to open their presents on Christmas day. Little did they know that a tiny walnut could contain more magic than any toy from a store. Find out what they discovered when they opened the little brown shell!
A special Thank You to Radhika Miller for her beautiful music. You can find more of her music at www.radhikamiller.com