Storynory & Mory – The Secret Garden Chapter 2

The second chapter of The Secret Garden follows the newly-orphaned Mary Lennox to England and begins revealing something about the strange house to which she is headed. Do you know a nursery rhyme that has a “Mary” as a main character other than “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “Mary, Mary Quite Contrary,” or “Mary Had…

Storynory & Mory – The Secret Garden Begins

This week began a long story that we will cover over the next several weeks, a reading of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, published in 1910 as a serial and 1911 as a book. The story starts in India, so the opening act is was the Indian Tale of the Brahman, the Tiger,…

Bertie and the General

In this first new Storynory & Mory following Tevi’s retirement, Prince Bertie the Frog made a surprising phone call to Charlie to help provide guidance on what stories to play next. His first recommendation? Bertie’s pick was The Secret Garden, a book by Frances Hodgson Burnett read by Natasha over several episodes. The first episode…

Storynory & Mory – The Sun Hid in Her Cave

This week’s Storynory & Mory is a repeat episode from last year, featuring two stories from Japan. In the first, we find out how music, dance, and fun first came to the world. In the second, we hear how a brave warrior protected a dragon and became known as My Lord Bag of Rice. Look…

Storynory & Mory – Christmas Carol Part 1

If you missed this week’s Storynory & Mory, you also missed the first installment of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” But don’t worry – you can still listen to the story by clicking on the link below. Then you will be all set for catching Part 2 next week, and the last part on Christmas…

Storynory & Mory – Wicked Uncle by the Sea

Naida co-hosted this show, which featured the return of the Wicked Uncle whom we met a few weeks ago. Jeremy and Jemima’s parents once again make the mistake of entrusting their children with the wicked uncle for a few hours. But what could go wrong if they are just hanging out on the beach? Listen,…