Pinocchio’s father, Geppetto, was very sick, so each day Pinocchio took care of him and worked very hard to save money. Seeing how well Pinocchio cared for his father, the blue fairy knew that the little puppet’s heart was truly kind and nearly human. As with many fairy tales, those who struggle to find happiness are justly rewarded for their goodness and patience. Listen now to the final chapter of Pinocchio and see why the blue fairy granted him the special reward he deserved.
The white Dove had been flying over the ocean for a long time and was growing very tired. She needed a place to rest her weary wings, but all there was, was an endless ocean. Suddenly, she spied a round tiny island. But was it an island? Hear how Dove finally finds a place to rest and in the process makes a new life long friend in this special Don Freeman story.
Note: The full length downloadable story is 8:09 minutes.
Special Thanks to Radhika Miller for her beautiful music from her “Sunlit Reverie” album.
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.
The North Wind is a powerful thief! He steals flour from a boy’s hands in one mighty gust of air. Angry at his sudden loss, the brave lad travels to visit the North Wind, asking him for something in return for taking his flour, whereupon he receives three magical gifts. Find out what they are plus a wise lesson about being careful on our journeys.
Note: A special thanks to Radhika Miller for her beautiful music from her “Here and Faraway” Album.
High atop a chimney stack, a bright-eyed pigeon named Peckit stood gazing out over the rooftops of Paris. Being a clever detective, he sensed something was wrong and flew to the window ledge of a young girl. She had lost something very important, and Peckit was determined to find it for her. He searched high and low, through out the day into night, for the girl’s treasure. Hear the funny things that happened along the way as you listen to this wonderful classic. (The entire downloadable story is 10:39 long)
Note: You can still find copies of this book in libraries and on Amazon in case you want to follow along.