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From the legendary writers like Beatrix Potter, Grimm Brothers and Watty Piper to name a few, Chimes Radio brings to you children stories of Cindrella, Snowdrops and Seven Dwarfs, Puss in Boots, Alice in Wonderland, Goldilocks and Three Bears, The Tale Of Peter Rabbit, Little Red Riding Hood, Aladdin and Magic Lamp, Goose Girl, Sleeping Beauty and many more. Enjoy these all time Classic English tales in our kids bedtime stories section and let your own imagination shape your vision of the story.

 
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Classic English Stories For Kids Chimes Radio Premium

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From the legendary writers like Beatrix Potter, Grimm Brothers and Watty Piper to name a few, Chimes Radio brings to you children stories of Cindrella, Snowdrops and Seven Dwarfs, Puss in Boots, Alice in Wonderland, Goldilocks and Three Bears, The Tale Of Peter Rabbit, Little Red Riding Hood, Aladdin and Magic Lamp, Goose Girl, Sleeping Beauty and many more. Enjoy these all time Classic English tales in our kids bedtime stories section and let your own imagination shape your vision of the story.

 
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    A Little Kind Hearted Girl

    A Little Kind Hearted Girl

    Written by: Flora Annie Steel

    Once upon a time, there was a kind-hearted girl. Since her father had no work, she thought of helping the family and went out looking for work. On her journey, she first helped a bread out of an oven after 7 years. Then she helped a cow who has not been milked for 7 years. Finally, she helped an apple tree that was burdened with fruits for the last 7 years.

    Finally, the girl reached a house of an old woman who hired her as a house help. She was asked not to look up the chimney by the woman. But even after all the work girl did, the old women didn't pay her and the girl continued to work in the hope that one day she will be paid. 

    One day, the girl looked up the chimney and found a bag full of gold. She left back for her home and the apple tree, the cow and the oven helped her escape from the hand of the old woman.

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    • 7 min
    The Three Sillies

    The Three Sillies

    Written by: Flora Annie Steel


    Once upon a time, there was a farmer and his wife, who had only one child. A young boy who had returned home from his travels pursued her. Every evening, he'd stop at the farmhouse for supper, and the daughter would go down into the basement to get the apple juice for supper. One day, when she looked up at the ceiling, she noticed a large wooden hammer stuck in one of the beams.


    Then she imagined what would happen if her future son came down one day and the hammer fell on his head, killing him. With that thought, she began to cry. One by one, the mother and father came down to see what she was doing. Even they couldn't hold back their tears when they learned about all this. Now that the young boy upstairs had had enough, he went down into the basement to see what they were all after.

    They all told him about the horrifying possibilities of his future son dying because of a hammer. The young boy burst out laughing at this. He then reached up and took the old hammer from the shelf, placing it safely on the floor. He went on to say that he traveled a lot but had never met anyone as silly as the three of them.

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    • 9 min
    Lazy Jack

    Lazy Jack

    Written by: Flora Annie Steel

    Once upon a time, a boy named Jack lived with his mother who got her living by spinning. But Jack was very lazy and did nothing, so people called him Lazy Jack. 

    Finally, Jack got some work for a day on a farm but he lost his earnings of a penny on the way. His mother suggested he keep his earnings in his pocket for next time. 
    The next day Jack hired himself to a cow keeper, who gave him a jar of milk for his day's work. Jack put the jar in his pocket, spilling it all before he got home. The mother then suggested carrying it on his head.

    Jack continued to hire himself, squandering all of his earnings until one day he received a donkey and was carrying it back home on his shoulders. He walked past a mansion where a wealthy man lived with his deaf and dumb daughter. She had never laughed before, and the doctors predicted that she would not speak until she was made to laugh. As a result, her father had declared that any man who could make her laugh would be given her hand in marriage. When the lady looked out the window, she noticed Jack with the donkey on his shoulders, and the sight was so amusing that she burst out laughing, regaining her speech and hearing almost immediately.

    Her father was overjoyed and fulfilled his promise by marrying her to Lazy Jack, who was thus made a rich gentleman. They lived in a large house, and Jack's mother lived with them in great happiness.

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    • 6 min
    Tattercoats

    Tattercoats

    A great ruler had a granddaughter, but he never took care of her. She was neglected as a child, and her torn clothing earned her the nickname "Tattercoats." She spent her days out in the fields, accompanied by a gooseherd.

    Once, her grandfather was invited to a royal ball, but he refused to bring Tattercoats. But eventually, she arrived at the ball with the gooseherd. On the way, they met a young man who turned out to be the prince.    He accompanied them on their walk and proposed to Tattercoats. He asked her at the ball and invited her to dance with him.

    Everyone looked as she walked in with her gooseherd. The prince stood and informed his father that he desired to marry Tattercoats. All of Tattercoats' attire was changed into gleaming robes when the gooseherd played on his pipe. The prince married her after everyone approved and the gooseherd disappeared without a trace.

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    • 8 min
    Tom Tit Tot

    Tom Tit Tot

    Once upon a time a woman baked five pies and asked her daughter to keep it aside as they would come again. The peasant girl thought that the pies would come up again magically, so she ate them all. At dinner when the mother had nothing to eat, she took to spinning at the door singing songs about how stupid her girl was. 

    A king who was passing nearby, heard the voice and came to her place. The old lady changed the words to say she was singing about how well her daughter can spin. The impressed king took the village girl as his wife on the condition that after one year of marriage, the girl will have to spin five skins of flax per day for a month, as her mother boasted she could.

    However, the girl had no idea how to spin and never learned either. But when the time came to spin, she was put in an isolated room to start spinning. There she met a small little black thing with a long tail that performed the spinning chore for her on a condition that she guesses his name correctly. She will get 3 chances each day for the entire month to do so. Every day she would guess different names until one day,  he was overheard boasting by the king himself, 'Name me, Name me not, Who'll guess my name's Tom Tit Tot'. The king that night accidentally mentioned it to his queen, the poor girl, allowing her to properly guess the name and the thing vanished in the air, never to bother her again.

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    • 16 min
    Barber & The Tiger

    Barber & The Tiger

    Once there lived a barber who was very poor. He lived with his wife and children on his meager earnings. One day he had a very bad day at work and with nothing left in his pocket, he decided to walk away from his family. After traveling a lot, he came to a jungle. It was night when he got there. He saw tigers wandering in the jungle and got very scared. But on seeing Barber, the tigers instead started begging for their life. 

     “I have come,” said the barber, “to catch twenty tigers by order of my king. You are one, and I want nineteen more.” The Tigers offered him many gold jewels and requested him to pardon their lives. His financial condition started improving and whenever he needed more money, he would go to the jungle and do the same thing. But one day, Barber and his fakir friend were eavesdropping in the tigers meeting where the head of the tiger decided to defeat the barber. The fakir got so scared that he fell from the tree in between the meeting. Did the tigers eat them? Were they able to escape? Play the podcast to know the rest of the story.

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