70 episodes

Nanny Bea lives in a cottage she calls Dave and likes nothing more than telling stories, except maybe rich tea biscuits (which are far from rich and taste nothing of tea). Crammed full of professional character voices to engage, inspire and occupy young minds (4-10 in human years) with stories and banter written to uphold values such as kindness and respect, oh and silliness, lots and lots of silliness. We pretend the episodes range from 8-25 minutes to give you variety not because we lack the self control to do otherwise.

Tales & Tea with Nanny Bea Jules de Jongh

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Nanny Bea lives in a cottage she calls Dave and likes nothing more than telling stories, except maybe rich tea biscuits (which are far from rich and taste nothing of tea). Crammed full of professional character voices to engage, inspire and occupy young minds (4-10 in human years) with stories and banter written to uphold values such as kindness and respect, oh and silliness, lots and lots of silliness. We pretend the episodes range from 8-25 minutes to give you variety not because we lack the self control to do otherwise.

    Toys in the Attic

    Toys in the Attic

    When Charlotte and Oscar fell asleep in the attic, they were covered in cobwebs and dust, seemingly forgotten, forever.
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NannyBea)

    • 10 min
    Pumpkin Patch Pixie

    Pumpkin Patch Pixie

    When the Pumpkin Patch Pixie goes missing, the prairie dogs go looking and find something they never expected.
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NannyBea)

    • 11 min
    Cody the Wandering Coyote

    Cody the Wandering Coyote

    Cody wandered to the big broad plains of Wyoming, homestead country, where every buffalo, bear or bison was claiming and carving out a home for himself. This was the Wild West, only not west so much, but definitely wild.



    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NannyBea)

    • 10 min
    Polar Bear on Thin Ice

    Polar Bear on Thin Ice

    Everyone was going absobloominglutely nuts at the Chicago Zoo when big polar bears made little ones, Nuki and Suki. 
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NannyBea)

    • 10 min
    Mr Grimstone's Garden

    Mr Grimstone's Garden

    No one wanted to go to Mr Grimstone's garden with its strange smells and odd goings on. A permanent waft of smoke chugged out of a rickety old shed like a massive beast was contained within but trying not to be.  And then there were the bats, I can't forget the bats.



    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NannyBea)

    • 13 min
    Be More Dog

    Be More Dog

    Many have heard of what experts call the Jurassic period but have you heard of what fewer experts, probably none at all, call the Dogonian period. In this Dogonian period, life was similar to how it is now, except dogs ruled the world and they didn’t have wi fi.



    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NannyBea)

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

OceanOfMorality ,

Love it

My 8-year old loves these quirky stories and the new words they introduce. Brilliant stuff.

Herbert W Armstrong ,

Great uplifting storytelling

My children and I all really loved the Nanny Be stories. We've listened to the whole series thus far and can't wait for more! We also like sitting down and drawing scenes while we listen. Very good family fun.

Kenfone ,

Children who ❤️ stories ❤️ Nanny Bea!!!

Just wow. Nanny Bea is crazy, quirky, and kinda cuddly in her own kooky way, as she invites you to enjoy a sparkly brand-new story in every episode. Always makes you feel wonderful 👏 We love you Nanny Bea!!

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