A kid spends time in his grandfather’s clock shop and tries to answer the age-old, unanswerable question: What is time?
The Children of Lir
The legend of the four Children of Lir, turned into swans for nine centuries by their wicked stepmother.
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!
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.
Dad’s Stupid New Job
Martin’s Dad has a new job and the family need to move, but there’s something Martin doesn’t want to leave behind…
‘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.
The Pump that could not Sump
A poem. About a flood. In a house. Oh dear.
Frank is the leader of a gang of boys. Is he really as heartless as he appears, or is it just a cover?
When Nature Calls
Kolton experiences an urgent call of nature when hiking with his family. Missing essential supplies, improvisation is needed!
Duet in B Flat
Tiffany, bullied and mercilessly taunted at school, inadvertently resolves her problem in a surprising and satisfying way.
The Garden of Light
This story is all about hard work and love for kids.
Grandpa leaves Amy in charge of the funeral home and she finds it a challenge to also keep an eye on her little brother at the same time. When a fire starts, she has to think on her feet.