Lily, a frog, tells fairytales, folk tales and bedtime stories to kids.
The Forest Library feat. Lexi the Squirrel Librarian
This Tales from the Lilypad original by Marlene Wurfel is a story within a story within a story. Enjoy!
Original intro and outro music by Reid Alexander Whelton.
A blend of storytelling, ambient music and meditation celebrating the changing of seasons and the starry night sky. Ochek the Fisher from Cree star lore, Orion's dogs Canis Major & Canis Minor from Roman antiquity, the Blackfoot story of Lost Children in the stars, Lyra the Harp and Cetus the Whale reinvented plus Inuit, Indian, Ukrainian & Chinese mythologies combined in this episode with love to and from the stars and everyone who has gazed up at them and told a story.
Orca sounds from www.orcaresearch.org
Ranchland gnomes Tumbles and Hilda, and their twins River and Kit, help gophers afraid of a rattlesnake.
The classic folk tale Stone Soup is about soldiers traveling home after a war. The villagers they meet are afraid of strangers and have forgotten how to be neighbors. Stoen Soup, like all great folktales, has a perennial and new relevance for 2021.
This version is especially for Tales from the Lilypad by Marlene Wurfel.
Have You Seen This Frog?
In this episode, Lily answers questions from listeners including the number 1 question:
Are you really a frog?
& Where can I find older episodes? Answer: www.talesfromthelilypad.com
Kids can email letters & pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, message through Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talesfromthelilypad
Music for this episode: Camping by Matti Paalanen
Sound effects courtesy Creative Commons Licences via www.freesound.org
Three Fables for Spring and Summer
Happy Spring! Three of Aesop's fables rewritten and rearranged for young audiences by Marlene Wurfel for Tales from the Lilypad.
The Lark and Her Young Ones
The Plane Tree
The Gnat and the Ox
Original music by Reid Alexander Whelton
Uh for any people daring to read the reviews…
This podcast is good but beware… if you dig deeper you will find imposters, there will be 4 to 7 year olds saying that they are foxes, snails, even a person who said they were a literal sun like our sun, so please, beware of these imposters when you read these reviews. Thanks, or maybe try to find another podcast not littered with these imposters, thanks, bye.
Hi I’m 10 and I love you so much. I’m a fox and please do more episodes for meee please because I can’t fall asleep with out it!😲🙏🏼please please please please please please please!!!!!!!!!!
I love you stories there amazing