Fairytales, stories and folktales from the mouths of storytellers around the world. For parents, children, families, librarians, teachers and people who are obsessed with "once upon a time" and "happily ever after". Gathering folktales from around the world with princesses, ghosts, clever Jacks and giants. Grimm Download the MP3, Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher or listen at www.storystorypodcast.com. The Stories Podcast, The Story Podcast, Reading With Your Kids Podcast, Story Podcast, Storynory, Story Time
How you view a situation changes everything in a story of haunted love and a story in discovering joy in what you already have. Join host Simon Brooks as Jennifer Armstrong tells "The Piper of Keil" and John Porccino tells "It Could Always Get Worse".
Mothers come in different forms, as do the children who love them. Join Isabelle Hauser celebrating mothers with Laura Packer telling "The Old Woman and the Ocean Child" and Elisa Pearmain telling "The Gift of Time."
In the myths the grand adventures are often the ones where there is life and death on the line. Join host Isabelle Hauser with stories from Yvonne Healy telling "Isis and Osiris" and True Thomas telling "Apples of Idunn".
A bouquet of stories for a strange time! Isabelle Hauser takes us to a magical place in Dubai and brings us four storytellers with tales galore! True Thomas tells "The Sack", Liz Weir tells "Lady Marians Wolfhound", Laura Simms tells "The Black Bean"...
Dogs, the faithful companions since fairytales were created. Hear Isabelle Hauser share tales of the dogs of myth and legend with Jane Dorfman telling "Turien" and Cathryne Fairlee telling "Bran and Sceolaun".
Enjoy the final, magical episode of 2019. Hosted by the enchanting Isabelle Hauser who brings you Anne Shimojima telling "The Golden Crane" and Milbre Burch telling "The Magic Garden".May the rest of your year be merry and bright, and we look forward to bringing you more stories in 2020!
So many stories of King Solomon have been told that he has entered the realm of folktales. Guest Host Isabelle Hauser brings True Thomas telling "The Ring of Solomon, Story One" and Simon Brooks telling "King Solomon and the Bee".
There are tales from the past and then there are beautiful stories that are being created now! Hear Kendall Lynch tell the family story "Flop Ears the Hound and Emma Jean" and Muhwezi Simpson telling "Saibongo the Bulldozer".
They stand in the shadow, smiles on their faces that don't touch their eyes. Beware. Isabelle Hauser hosts, telling one of the most chilling True Fairytales that has been on the podcasts as well as Barbara Schutzgruber telling "Woman in Gray" and Alton Chung telling "The Pheasant's Bell".
One story, two tellers! The mischief of the fairy folk is written all over this episode; Simon Brooks guest hosts with Jennifer Armstrong telling "Brigid O'Malley" and Jane Dorfman telling "The Man Who Had No Story".
The kind hearted and those with less than kind hearts get just what they deserve. Guest host is Simon Brooks with Elisa Pearmain tells "The Secret Heart of The Tree" and Clare Murphy telling "The Twelve Months".
This weeks episode will teach the importance of minding your manners and listening to those around you. Or suffer world altering consequences. Hosted by Simon Brooks with Alton Chung telling "The Holua Sled Race" and Sheila Arnold Jones telling "The Story of the Deluge adapted from Uncle Remus."
A record eleven stories and eleven storytellers grace this episode about the foolish wiseman Nassrudin! Featuring the storytellers Priscilla Howe, Douglas McKay, Rebecca Lemaire, Denise Bennett, Sean Buvala, Laura Deal, Sue Searing, Caleb Winebrenner, Liz Weir, Richard Martin, and Laura Packer.
This episode has stories you might know, but not have heard this way. There might be a story that you have never heard before, but is still a classic. Enjoy Robin Bady telling "Little Golden Hood" and Richard Martin telling "The Three Sillies".
Amazing episode with four storytellers and stories about animal shenanigans! Laura Simms tells "Donkey and Goose", Lyn Ford tells "Hummingbird's Hum", Norah Dooley tells "Talkative Turtle" and Priscilla Howe tells "The Bully Billy Goat".
Can you decipher the messages in these stories? Laura Packer tells the purrfect story "King of Cats" and Janice Del Negro weaves the tale "Wild Hedges".
Please know this episode does contain spooky stories! Listen with caution or wild abandon - you have been warned!
REUPLOAD : Thanks to the savvy listener Sean Buvala I was told there were some audio glitches! Thank you to those who endured them to hear the stories and here is a better version.
To change the world or find a family heroes have to make sacrifices. Hear Jenni Cargill Strong tell "Kondili the Whale" and Sean Buvala share "Seven Ravens".
Guest host Simon Brooks will guide you through two stories of planning and plotting, to get food for fun and family. Listen to Lyn Ford tell "John the Rabbit in Wolfs Garden" and Alton Chung tell "Punia and Kaileale".
What would you do to be the most beautiful person in your village? Hear stories of transformation from Laura Packer telling "Ugly and the Donkey" and Rachel Ann Harding spinning the tale "The Blue Bowl."
A story a day for the month of May! The theme of the week is tricksters and this is Frighten-Me-Friday. Today's story is "Mujina" by Alton Chung. The podcast could use more patrons, so please consider becoming one! The beautiful brain behind the FairyTale Sponsor is Liz Weir and Katie Knutson!