What is Family Folktales? Think of it as story time on demand. Whether you're running errands, trying to make dinner, or getting little someones ready for bed, you can listen to a story or two. The stories may be new to you or old favorites. They may even be different, possibly gorier, versions of those stories you now share with your children. Listen, wherever you get podcasts.
A French Puck
In this French tale, an impish little rogue who can transform himself into anything but a sewing needle seeks new victims for his tricks.
The Biter Bit
After being conned by three rogues, how far will a man go to get his revenge?
Long, Broad, and Quickeye
An aging king wants his son to marry before he dies, so the young man sets off to find the princess he has vowed to wed; the problem is, she’s a prisoner of an evil wizard. As he travels, the prince is joined by 3 companions with unusual skills that may help free the princess.
The Princess Bella-Flor
A man provides costly aid but later receives help from an unlikely source in this Spanish tale.
Two in a Sack
Kindness to a crane leads to a wonderful gift – but watch out for greedy relatives!
Unable to find an appropriate master for his son to apprentice with, a man is thrilled to find someone willing to take him on – until the stranger flies off with the lad. Now the father must begin a quest to locate and try to rescue his son.
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I like your stories a lot. I listen to them before I go to sleep. The only problem I have with them is that the endings need work. I think there could be a lot more to the endings then, “and the main character lived happily ever after or, “and the evil character died. But other then that great job. 😜😝😛🥳
I love these classic tales!! I noticed that other people want different endings to the stories, and I know that you are just reading stories that had already been written and so you can’t really change them and I think your doing great.♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
You are our favorite story teller Susan
Hi Susan, I am so glad we found you telling these classical tales as they were written. You’re our most favorite story teller. I hope you continue for many many years sharing your gift. Thank you! Dana and Jackson (7 years old)