The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger
The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger wish to show everyone how fierce and powerful they are. However when the moment comes to prove it, they can’t help being kind and nice. (This story is not for the very sensitive.)
The Legend of the Black Sea
A fisherman loses his belief in goodness and learns a valuable lesson.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
L. Frank Baum’s classic about a girl from Kansas transported to the land of Oz is a must-read for all children. Although this is in fact a short novel of about 40,000 words, one chapter a night (on average about 10 minutes each) makes for perfect bedtime reading!
The Fairy Christmas
Toddy and Tita learn about the meaning of Christmas when a poor boy shows up on their doorstep.
The Santa Flower
When the annual Santa Flower doesn’t bloom properly, everyone is worried. Then Annika gets a visit from a famous reindeer and takes a magical trip to the North Pole. Can she help Santa and save Christmas?
It’s not easy for Noel being the son of Santa, especially when he’s the naughtiest kid in the North Pole.
The fictional story The Baby takes us back to the inn of Bethlehem. Leah and Naomi, two sisters living in a cruel world, come to the aid of strangers–and discover their Messiah.
The Night After Christmas
In this poem also by Clement Clarke Moore, we hear about a different visitor on the night AFTER Christmas!
A Christmas Fairy
When Bertie finds out that his friend Tom will be alone for Christmas, he invites him home. But when Bertie’s own plans get disrupted, he learns that a kindness is never wasted.
The Nervous Spider
Adrian is a spider who doesn’t like to eat insects. One day a fly lands in his web who can speak and tells him about a whole different world.
A Child of Light
A re-telling of the classic Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Matchseller set in modern times. It is the story of a child without a family who finds an older woman living on the streets and befriends her on Christmas Eve.