While they may seem prehistoric, the best children's stories never grow old. Readastorus presents classic tales for kids that have entertained for generations. These are the stories that our parents and grandparents enjoyed and they haven't lost their charm. Let the Readastorus "read a story to us."
The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Graham
What would you do if you ran onto a dragon? Would you be scared? What is the dragon was a literary beast who only wanted to write poetry? And would you protect him from those who don’t understand him and think he’s a dangerous monster? Let’s find out.
The Girl Who Owned a Bear by L. Brank Baum
Have you ever watched “The Wizard of Oz. Some parts can be pretty scary. But children’s stories from long ago often had scary parts. Sometimes a little scare can be kinda fun.
Well, the man who wroteThe Wizard of Oz also wrote a bunch of other children’s stories including this one.
Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter
Find out what happens when one mischevious young bunny defies his mother's orders.
The Little Red Hen
Do you think it’s better to sit around and let someone do all the work making dinner or should everyone work together to help make the meal? Listen as the Little Red Hen deals with that very situation.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
A little girl learns a lesson about going places she shouldn't and using other's things without their permission.
The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Anderson
Being different doesn't make you bad. In fact, our differences make each of us unique. Often the "ugly duckling" turns out to be a "beautiful swan."