A short and sweet poem about a shadow that follows a child around all day – but who likes to stay in bed before the sun is up. By ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
An old French story about an evil mouse who orders a young girl to play with fire.
A boy is training to be a zen monk in Japan. Life in the monastery is hard. There is one thing he loves to do – and it is not to study or work in the garden.
A story from Vietnam about a fisherman who plays a bamboo flute – if only his face was as beautiful as his music !
Food is running low on board the spaceship carrying our heroes. The parrot takes them in search of the best hotdog in the Universe.
A boy sets out with three loyal dogs and they slay a dragon on their way. Watch out for twists and turns in the story!
An ancient story sung in a ballad that mixes riddles and romance. Richard and Jana sing a duet -with Richard taking the part of a Knight and Jana the part of Nelly.
Hiawatha learns Native American legends from his grandmother Nokomis.
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.