A gusty poem by the Scottish writer, George MacDonald. The wind is trying to bully the moon – can he succeed?
This ancient story by Aesop is brought up to date. The moral remains the same – when somebody tells you of their love and friendship, remember to judge them by their deeds, not their words.
A starry poem by Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of Treasure Island.
We continue the story of Bertie and Beatrice’s dreams. Beatrice has called off the wedding, left the palace, and gone to live in the town and look for a job. How will the ex-princess get on in the “real world”?
Prince Bertie and Princess Beatrice have very different dreams leading to trouble in the palace.
Astropup’s friend Marlow undergoes a strange transformation in the second part of our dog-master adventure.
A story from Russia about a boy who who could speak to the birds and who proved homself to be an excellent son.
Who is the strange character who looks a little like a human, but who has the smell of a dog? Astropup reveals all.
A tale by Aesop with a story, a poem, and a song. The moral is “Look before you leap!”
Astropup and his friends go to a football match in space