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 Chicken Who Wouldn't Eat Gravel by Clara Dillingham Pierson
Sometimes it seems like parents tell us to do things that make no sense or to eat things that taste bad. Most of the time those things that we hate doing turn out to be really good fo us. That's just what a young chicken discovers in this wonderful story of life in the barnyard.
When We Were Very Young - Part Two by A.A. Milne
One of the world's favorite books of children's poetry was written by Winnie the Pooh creator, A. A. Milne in 1924. Generations have enjoyed these memorable verses and now the are available for anyone to publish or read without paying.
Over three episodes, we will feature a selection of poems from this book. In this episode we hope you'll enjoy:
Three Three Foxes
At the Zoo
When We Were Very Young - Part One by A. A. Milne
One of the world's favorite books of children's poetry was written by Winnie the Pooh creator, A. A. Milne in 1924. Generations have enjoyed these memorable verses and now the are available for anyone to publish or read with paying.
Over the next few episodes, we will feature five of six poems from this book.
In this episode we hope you'll enjoy:
Puppy and I
The Four Friends
Lines and Squares
and Nursery Chairs
Tiny Little Things by Unknown
Even though the Readastorus is a huge mythical story telling dinosaur, he still cares about all the creatures in the world just as this little girl learned to do in this wonderful story by an unknown author.
Bremen Town Musicians by The Brothers Grimm
As we get older we want to do new things and that's just what happened with the donkey, dog, cat, and Rooster in this wonderful old story from the Brothers Grimm.
When We Were Very Young - Part Three by A. A. Milne
Here is the final episode of our reading of one of the most famous books of children's verse by the author of "Winnie the Pooh."
I love the morals you uncover when you dive into the Readastorus. The stories are quick and easy to listen to.
Just found Readasaurus tonight! I love that you mix classic tales with new stories that inspire creative thinking and imagination!!! Since the stories are different lengths these are perfect for drives as I can choose one that will last until we get home or a shorter one if we just have a few minutes to fill. Please keep the stories coming! Thank you!!
Enjoyable for all
We all enjoy listening to Readastorus! My boys are ages 1 and 2 and they love listening! They actually quiet down and listen!! Thanks for producing these fun stories for us to listen to.