Fair, Brown and Trembling
The story of a beautiful younger sister who is always being left behind to cook and clean by her two jealous older sisters.
The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman
The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman go for a boat ride, but when the Tin Woodman falls into the river, how on earth with the Scarecrow get him out?
Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse
Princess Ozma sends Jack Pumpkinhead with The Sawhorse to save two children lost in the woods. Can he rescue them from the squirrels that have captured them?
Tiktok and the Nome King
The Nome King smashes Tiktok, the Clockwork Man, but immediately regrets it. Can he be put together again?
Little Dorothy and Toto
Dorothy and Toto fall into the hands of the dreaded Cricklink, but is he as bad as he seems?
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 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 Night After Christmas
In this poem also by Clement Clarke Moore, we hear about a different visitor on the night AFTER Christmas!
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.
‘Twas the night before Christmas
The famous poem by Clement Clarke Moore about one Christmas eve and the arrival of you-know-who down the chimney.
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer
Dulce Rodrigues explains the history of the famous story about Rudolph, the most famous reindeer of all and retells it in her own words.