Story Teller (Marshall Cavendish)

A Tribute to the Collection of the World's Best Children's Stories Published by Marshall Cavendish

Synopses: Little Story Teller/Part 1

The Magic Mountain Song
Sing along with Moris and Doris, the two little hamsters.

Morris Goes Flying
Listen to the story on the tape and follow the pictures on the page. The illustrations are accompanied by a shorter version of Morris’s aerial adventure, designed for parents to read aloud.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
A musical nursery rhyme for bedtime. Can your children spot who is up in the sky with the little star?

Kind King Peter
A warm-hearted story about a king who is almost too kind for his own good. Older children can read the simple version on the page – everyone can enjoy the lively narration on the tape.

Pat-a-cake
A song that also makes an ideal clapping game. Make up your own versions, to help children learn co-ordination.

The Ugly Duckling
Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale. The tape narration is reproduced word-for-word on the page, so that children can link sounds and words.

What is a Box?
In each issue Little Story Teller suggests ways of using an everyday household object as a toy. In Part 1, fun with a cardboard box. Children may remmber the rhyme and use the ideas when they are playing.

Dotty the Magic Dragon
Moris tells a story about one of his friends from the Magic Mountain. Can your children identify all the objects in Dotty’s kitchen?

Dotty’s Song
Morris and Doris join Dotty in her dragon ditty. A cathy song to sing along to.

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One comment on “Synopses: Little Story Teller/Part 1

  1. Sam
    24 September, 2010

    Hi I’m looking for a story tape from when I was a kid it’s called tumbledown town if u know anything about it or where I could find one tat would be great. Thanks alot Sam x

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