Storynory

Herodotus: The Sacred Animals of Ancient Egypt

Herodotus tells us that ancient Egyptians worshiped cows and bulls. How and why did they do that? Bertie investigates…Support the show.

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Gilgamesh Part 6 – the Plant of Immortaliy

Gilgamesh has travelled across the world in search of immortality. Finally he picks a plant from the bottom of the ocean that gives everlasting youth – but a thief is not far away. Support the show.

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In Early May

A delightful poem to celebrate the start of May written by the Canadian poet, Bliss Carman, and read by Jana in honour of her mother whose birthday is May 1st.Support the show.

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The Spy Who Never Was Part Two

Was Uncle Jeff ever a spy? The kids and mum have their suspicions. In this second part of our spy story, Uncle Jeff reveals the truth about his trip to Moscow in his youth.Support the show.

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The Spy Who Never Was

Suspense and intrigue with Storynory’s Wicked Uncle Jeff. The family are convinced that he  is secretly a spy. The first of two parts… the second part coming very soon !
Dedicated to Henry in New York City. 
Bertie says
The idea for this st…

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Don’t Worry Little Crab

Don’t Worry Little Crab by Chris Haughton. Little Crab and Very Big Crab live in a tiny rock pool near the sea. Today they’re going for a dip in the big ocean. “This is going to be so great,” says Little Crab, splish-splashing and squ…

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The Monkey Who Loved Chocolate

When Theo the monkey tastes chocolate for the first time, he goes crazy for it. He breaks out of the zoo and goes on smash and grab raids across the town. Will there be any chocolate left for Easter?
This chocolate-crazed story should get you in the mo…

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Frère Jacques

A haunting and rather different version of the famous french song. You haven’t heard it quite like this before!Support the show.

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Herodotus – the Animals of Ancient Egypt

Herodotus tells about Crocodiles, Hippos, flying snakes, the Ibis, and the Phoenix Support the show.

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