At least it wasn't, until one day when Lilly found a special bag of dog food in the cupboard. What happens when she feeds it to David? Big thanks to Lilly from Texas who requested this story : I hope you like it Lilly! This story is appropriate for children aged They already knew the forest was a magical place, but then they find the treehouse… just sitting there, like it was waiting for them to move in! Who was here before them? And are they really as alone as they think?
No pressure hey Asher! Hope you enjoy it, Happy Halloween xo - Jess Ethern is a ghost. He lives in a cave. Ethern loves jokes, and all he wants to do is tell people his jokes. Poor Ethern. Will he ever find someone who will stay and listen to his jokes? This story is appropriate for children aged 5 - Nathan Oser has helped us out a bunch at Bedtime FM. Nathan also designed our Buffy Bunny Commemorative Stickers which you can purchase in our shop. Every night she looks out her window at her five stars.
But one night, there are only four stars in the sky. She knows that something is wrong with one of her stars. But she could never hav e imagined that she would be the only one who could get it shining again. In this story Waldo is called upon to help a trapped zoo truck taking a giraffe to see the beach for his very first time. Eventually he wrote them down, and had some published.
Lucky for us listeners! Written and narrated by Jess Judd A big thank you to Kenton, who requested this story last year. It has taken a little while to write, but I LOVE it and I really hope you do too xo - Jess Wilhelm lives at the base of the largest mountain in the land. When the sun is shining, he likes to play and go to school, or visit his papa who works up in the mines in the mountain. As soon as the sun starts to cast shadows across the land, Wilhelm and all the other people who live in his village must hu rry back into their homes.
If you get caught outside in the dark, you might fall prey to the stone goblins! When these little rock monsters attack the princess, putting her into a deep sleep, only Wilhelm can save her. Will he brave the mountain in the dark? Lizzie the lizard wants to be a flying lizard and discover new places, when she grows up.
Just you wait and see! As it turns out, Lizzie might just get her wish aft er all, thanks to an unexpected meeting with the Lizard Wizard. But has she really thought this through? How will it all turn out?! Instead of fish, though, this stream contains words and ideas, which Alec tries to catch.
Meant to be read aloud, this visual story is a whimsical addition to the world of Alec and other "Stuart" stories. You can read the full story, including the e xtra bits over on Stuart's website, and also see the illustrations. His bedroom is very messy and his poor toys are all broken with parts missing.
One day his toys decide that they have had enough. They must get the message to Barry that he needs to look after them better. So, they make a plan to talk with him That is the discussion that three friends have while they wait at the bus stop one rainy day after school. The easiest way to do this is to leave this portion intact. So, when she proudly opens the lid of the snack container to her teammates, only to see them back away in disgust, she is shocked! A fun and lighthearted short story, highlighting the joy that can come from finding humour in o ur mistakes.
EJ Schonauer is actually a writing team made up of identical twins Erin K. Schonauer and Jamie C. Check in with him as he writes a postcard to his friends and tells them about all the fun things he has been doing. Want some for yourself? Head to our shop now to purchase your own. Interested in visiting some of the places Buffy saw in New Zealand?
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob Griffiths Reviews: Luke lives in apartment with his mum, his dad, and his new baby sister. One day, they start hearing loud noises coming from the upstairs apartment. These noises become a problem, as they keep waking up his baby sister. Luke decides he needs to do something about it, but he could never have guessed who, or what, he would find in apartment This story was inspired by Rob , the creator of Bedtime FM, and his difficulty recording a story thanks to some noisy people upstairs.
Written by Jaimi Ilama and narrated by Amy Hays A narrative poem about a cat whose life is turned upside down after her favourite human goes away. Choosing not to remain alone in her room upstairs, she bravely faces her fears and discovers an exciting new world. By buying this book, you will help save, feed and care for a life in some way.
Where on earth would we find a pony? The circus was leaving town. Listen to f ind out! Easter Island sounded like the perfect place to celebrate Easter. Story Time and What If World are part of Kids Listen, a grass roots organisation for promoting excellent content for kids. Find us and more great shows at app. The small fox Bubu wants to see it at any cost but on the way he meets so many animals in trouble.
Will Bubu arrive on time for the contest and what it really takes to be a true hero? They spend their time quietly splashing around, until one day Ra discovers a rainbow lake nearby. How will this lake effect their lives? Have a listen and see! This story is suitable for young listeners 4 - 10 years old.
Well, trouble did come to that town, in the form of one very, very hot and dry summer. The townsfolk were desperate for rain, but it just did not come. Would the tale about the dragon prove to be true? Listen to this exciting short story by Ellena Ashley to find out! Buffy accidentally sets Christmas on a slippery slope, one that means his friends may not get the presents they wanted for Christmas, that is if they get any presents at all!
Will Buffy be able to help Santa? You'll have to listen and find out. Happy holidays everyone! Thank you for listening to Story Time this year, we so appreciate your support. Enjoy your holidays and we w ill see you in the New Year. If you haven't, or even if you have, why not check them out here: Buffy Bunny Can't Cook Buffy Bunny and the Easter Emergency To read this story, and others written by Jess, visit her website.
The special bathtub who can move his feet and likes to play with his friends in the park? Do you remember that Billy lives in a big old house in Winnipeg, Canada? Now, Winnipeg isn't too far from the North Pole as sleighs and reindeer fly , and we all know who lives at the North Pole, don't we? Would you like to hear about the time Billy the Bathtub helped Santa?metkamesali.gq/la-mejor-app-para-espiar-celulares.php
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You would?!? Then this story is for you! This st ory is suitable for children ages 4 to 10 years old. You can check it out on our website, Billy the Bathtub Goes to the Park. Written by Paul D. Miranda was an inside cat and didn't get to do many of the outside things that cats like to do. Christmas time, however, was special because it was the only time she got to be around a real tree in the house. The Christmas in this story turned out to be extra special when a surprise visitor hid in the tree! A short story suitable for young children aged year s old Happy holidays everybody!
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If not, what will? This fun, wacky story is told in playful cadence with rhyme and refrain. A riot of a tale, it also offers some wisdom on gettin g through tough times with patience, and a little help from your friends. This story is suitable for children ages Music: Dane Leigh Gogoshin www. Go to bedtime.
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Thank you! Whilst sulking about the situation, he makes an amazing discovery in the most unexpected place….. This poem is suitable for Halloween-lovers of all ages.
Written by Nathan Oser and narrated by Rob Griffiths Whenever there are monsters in the closet or lurking in shadowy corners, I do what any smart kid would I hide under the covers. The scariest hour of them all! Perfect for Halloween! Parental discretion is advised.
This story is suitable for ages Thanks for listening. Written by Brian Chambers and narrated by Jess Judd Emma is spending the weekend with her grandparents, but they are not really sure how to entertain her. When her Grandad pulls out an old bubble machine for her to play with, things start to get exciting, a little too exciting. Will Emma ever see her grandparents again? Written by Stuart Baum and narrated by Rob Griffiths Tomas set out on an adventure to look down from the top of the world.
He meets a unicorn, a pair of graham-cracker eating dragons, and lots of small and hungry birds. But where is the chair on the top of the world? A story suitable for 4—12 year old kids. You can read the full story, including the extra bits over on Stuart's website, and also see the illustrations. Written by Ivan Parvov and narrated by Jess Judd When Bubu finds a bottle in the sea with a call for help inside it is clear for everyone — a new adventure awaits. And this time he is not alone — his friends Oskar and Rico are coming with him.
What lies ahead? Fearful sharks…a powerful storm…a sinking ship…and a new friendship. One thing is for sure — no one will remain dry in this amazing sea quest. This children's story is suitable for kids aged years old. Written by Hannah Erickson and narrated by Kellie Colleen Poppy has moved to a new town and hasn't yet made any friends.
She misses her old life. Things start looking up, however, when she finds a curious golden pen in the woods outside her new home; for this is no normal pen, it's a 'spentaculous pen', and it's magic! Written by Michael Ryan and narrated by Rob Griffiths Medward the marmoset was unlike any other marmoset that had ever lived. This was because Medward had a very, very long tail. Some days Medward hated his elongated tail. It got in the way and would stop him doing things.
Other times however, it came in quite handy, and in this particular story, turned out to be a lifesaver! Sometimes, being different isn't so bad after all. One night, Ug finally realises how lonely it is when everyone is frightened of you. Is it possible for him to change his ways and make friends with people? Bedtime story suitable for kids ages You can find more of Kenneth's wonderful stories over on his website or buy his latest children's story Why Dogs Have Wet Noses Thanks to Leeba 4 from Australia, Akx74 from Ireland, and darcioshea from the USA for wonderful reviews, which you can hear at the end of this episode.
A children's bedtime story suitable for ages years old To read this story, and others written by Jess, visit her website. We're celebrating our 50th story! One day when Billy the Bathtub was feeling sad about being stuck inside while the children played outside in the park, he realised that there was actually something he could do to feel better. This was because Billy the Bathtub had a secret Join Billy the Bathtub on his exciting a dventure out of the house!
Bed time story suitable for children ages 4 to 10 years old. Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Chanel Tsang Elsie and Arthur often go down the crooked path, into the old wood behind their little house. However one day, they come across an evil, old witch who lives deep in the woods. Will Elsie be brave enough, clever enough, and kind enough to save her brother from the witch? Buffy Bunny wants to make his friends the perfect dinner, but he keeps having problems following the recipe.
Luckily he has good friends to help him through and to remind him of his other talents! This story is suitable for children aged 2 — 8 years old. Thanks to mon. Written by Murray Rutledge and narrated by Amy Hays, with Jess Judd It had started out like any other night for Peewee the Kiwi and his mates; scratching for bugs under the moonlight and calling out to one another across the bush. This particular night, however, they were to get the surprise of their lives. A kangaroo was hiding in the bush!
What's more, he was lost and upset. He wanted to go home. Peewee and his mates knew they must help him Suitable fo children aged between 3 — 8 y ears old. She loves her mom and wants to give her something special. So she searches high and low for the perfect gift, but what is the perfect gift?
Something big? This story suitable for children of ages 4 — 9 years old Janaki is from Sri Lanka. If you like you can download the illustrations and read the story. Thanks to our new patron Mary! Also thanks to Sylvie from England, Alex from New Zealand, and b1sm from the UK for your fantastic reviews, which you can hear at the end of this episode. Nothing else, just the Dream, floating around and snoring.
Until one day the Dream woke up and started to think about all the amazing things that might be. The more the Dream imagined, the more it wondered what it would be like to be all these REAL things and not just a dream. A delightful story about the beauty and power of the imagination with the underlying message that if you really devote yo urself to your dreams, perhaps they might just come true. Please consider donating on Patreon. In this one, she gets a new cat. Sadly loses it a few days later, so the search begins to find the lost kitten. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged years old.
You can hear all of your wonderful reviews at the end of this episode. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children, aged Please consider donating on Patreon Why not listen to more of Story Time from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hell o bedtime. A lot is changing in six-year-old Henry's life and he doesn't like it. But all that turns around during the annual neighborhood Christmas kickoff party, when Henry starts rolling the biggest Snowball ever with the help some new friends, including a man in a red suit.
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Christmas Parade. Cheerful picture book makes Christmas musical. By Sandra Boynton. The Christmas Quiet Book. Poetic take on quiet moments during the holiday season. By Deborah Underwood. Construction Site on Christmas Night. Hardworking trucks get perfect gifts in sweet bedtime tale. By Sherri Duskey Rinker. Here Comes Santa Cat. Cat learns how to make the Nice list in funny holiday tale. Little Santa. Cute origin story shows how Santa met elves and reindeer. By Jon Agee. Merry Christmas, Little Elliot. Elliot and Mouse bring a lonely girl cheer in warm tale. By Mike Curato. Cute holiday tale values gifts that come from the heart.
By Deborah Diesen. Rory the Dinosaur Needs a Christmas Tree. Dad comes through in sweet Christmas tale. By Liz Climo. Santa Rex. Holiday havoc and merry mayhem when dinosaurs are guests. By Molly Idle. A Bad Kitty Christmas. Funny Bad Kitty mayhem leads to holiday's true meaning. By Nick Bruel. Christmas in the Barn. Evocative new art enlivens poetic telling of Nativity story.
By Margaret Wise Brown. A Christmas Tree for Pyn. Heartwarming story of getting Papa in the Christmas spirit. By Olivier Dunrea. Click, Clack, Ho! The barnyard pranksters almost block Santa in funny tale. By Doreen Cronin. Two-tradition family doubles the holiday fun. By Selina Alko. Eloise at Christmastime. Eloise skitters through the holiday in charming sequel. By Kay Thompson. Grace at Christmas. Warm tale of a girl opening heart and home for the holiday. By Mary Hoffman. Award winner is perfect for holiday gift-giving. By Roni Schotter. How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Seuss subtly exposes greed and commercialism. By Dr. Jingle Bells. Pretty art, wordless ride are fun backdrop to famous carol. By Susan Jeffers. Sweet holiday picture book promotes kindness, teamwork. By Kallie George. Miracle on rd Street. Neighbors come together in lively urban Christmas tale. By Sonia Manzano. Simple, kid-friendly rendering of Jesus' birth and message. By Cynthia Rylant. The Nutcracker in Harlem. Nutcracker and girl are drummers in jazzy holiday update.
Oskar and the Eight Blessings. Exquisite Hanukkah story has universal blessings theme. By Richard Simon, Tanya Simon. Penguin's Christmas Wish. Penguin learns meaning of holiday in warm, snowy romp. By Salina Yoon. Pete the Cat Saves Christmas. Laid-back cat helps Santa in fun holiday adventure.
By Eric Litwin. Pete the Cat's 12 Groovy Days of Christmas. Pete gives his kind of gifts in sweet, fun carol reboot. By James Dean, Kimberly Dean. Classic carol brims with Spanish words, Mexican traditions. By Pat Mora. The Polar Express. One of the most beautiful Christmas books. By Chris Van Allsburg. Santa Calls. Dazzling art, high adventure in wild ride to North Pole. By William Joyce. Santa Claus and the Three Bears.
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