A collection of much-loved songs and lullabies, including: 'All Through the Night', 'Brahms' Lullaby', 'Frère Jacques', 'Golden Slumbers', 'Hush Little Baby', 'Incy Wincy Spider', 'Lavender's Blue', 'Rock-a-Bye Baby', 'Sleep Baby Sleep', 'Swing Low Sweet Chariot', 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star', 'Baa Baa Black Sheep', 'Row Row Row Your Boat', 'Little Bo Peep', 'Scarborough Fair', 'Lulla Lulla Lullaby', 'Suo-Gân', 'Down in the Valley', and 'Now the Day is Over'.
Enjoy learning to count from 1 to 10 - with the help of songs! Sing along together! Catchy tunes help you learn to count in a fun and exciting way. There's even a cool way to test your learning - with interactive counting to show how clever you are! Learning has never been so much fun! Suitable for pre-school and Key Stage 1.
"Monotonous for a single listen."
Enjoy learning your letters with the help of songs! Sing along to your favourite tunes - while learning the alphabet too! Jam-packed with fun, you'll find questions to test your learning. Have fun with phonics! Learn the alphabet through the sounds of each letter, from A all the way to Z. Learning the alphabet - it's as easy as ABC! Suitable for pre-school and Key Stage 1.
"great for toddlers learning to speak on up to kind"
The two younger Billy Goats Gruff want to be as big and fat as their older brother. They long to munch the tasty grass in the meadow - but first they must cross the stream and face the fierce troll under the bridge. A magical retelling of the classic fairy tale, read by Stephen Mangan.
Magical retellings of three classic fairy tales, read by Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan. In "Aladdin", Aladdin is a tailor's son who dreams of making his fortune and marrying the Sultan's daughter, but is tricked into becoming apprentice to a cunning magician. He needs Aladdin to do a very special job - climb down into a deep, dark cave and fetch an oil lamp...
An anthology of over 60 classic poems of war and remembrance. The horrors of war have prompted countless soldiers and civilians to compose poetry, whether to denounce needless slaughter, celebrate courage or honour the dead. Beautifully read by Dean Lennox Kelly, Jenny Agutter, Michael Jayston, Rupert Holliday Evans and Samantha Bond, these timeless poems are poignant and powerful.
Poor orphan girl Cinderella longs to go to the grand royal ball, but her cruel stepmother and stepsisters won't allow it. Can her fairy godmother help make her dreams come true? A magical retelling of the classic tale, read by Tamsin Greig.
An anthology of over 50 classic poems, read by some of our finest actors. This collection contains a selection of the very best poems, from verses inspired by love to war poetry, nature poems and children's rhymes.
"Not for Poetry Snobs. Full Listing in Review."
A new, fun way to teach yourself the times tables! Enjoy learning your times tables - with the help of songs! Catchy tunes in different musical styles, such as blues, rock, reggae, folk, funk, soul and country, help the times tables to stick in your brain. There’s even a cool way to see if you’ve remembered them - there are gaps where you can call out the answers and show how smart you are! So don’t be at sixes and sevens, join in with these great songs. Learning has never been so much fun!
Magical retellings of four classic fairy tales. In "Rapunzel" read by Tamsin Greig, beautiful Rapunzel has been imprisoned by an evil enchantress. Every day, she sits at the window of her high tower, and sings as she lets down her long hair. Then one day, a prince comes riding by.... In "The Tinder Box" read by Stephen Mangan, a wizened old woman promises a soldier riches beyond his wildest dreams. All she wants in return is a small tinderbox - but is there more to the tinderbox than meets the eye?
Aladdin is a tailor's son who dreams of making his fortune and marrying the Sultan's daughter, but is tricked into becoming apprentice to a cunning magician. He needs Aladdin to do a very special job - climb down into a deep, dark cave and fetch an oil lamp.... A magical retelling of the classic tale, read by Stephen Mangan.
Magical retellings of three classic fairy tales, read by Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan. "Pinocchio": When Geppetto makes a wooden puppet of a little boy, he is astonished when the puppet comes to life! But Pinocchio dreams of being a real boy.... "The Princess and the Pea": The King and Queen have made all the plans for their son's Royal Wedding, but the Prince still hasn't chosen a bride. Will he ever find a wife who is a princess through and through? "Tom Thumb": A woodcutter and his wife are desperate for a child - even one as small as his father's thumb.
Beauty is kind and loving, even though her two sisters tease her and her merchant father is too poor to buy her presents. All she wants is a rose: so when her father sees a beautiful rose bush in the grounds of the Beast s castle, he plucks a flower for her. The Beast is angry, and demands something precious in return.... A magical retelling of the classic fairy tale, read by Tamsin Greig.
Magical retellings of three classic fairy tales, read by Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan. "Cinderella": Poor orphan girl Cinderella longs to go to the grand royal ball, but her cruel stepmother and stepsisters won't allow it. Can her fairy godmother help her dreams come true? "The Brave Tin Soldier": When a one-legged tin soldier falls in love with a beautiful ballet dancer with golden wings, it is just the start of his adventures. "The Ugly Duckling": Mother Duck's brood of little ducklings are all adorable - except for one. The ugly duckling is large, grey and awkward. But he has a surprise in store....
A special live recording at London's Soho Theatre - plus two exclusive bonus tracks. Since forming in 2008, Mark Grist and MC Mixy have been challenging the preconceptions of poetry and hiphop across the country. This audio was recorded at the Soho Theatre in London in 2012, during their third national tour, titled 'Anywhere and Everywhere'. During the tour the pair performed in schools, pubs, nightclubs, office blocks, market places, theatres, parks, taxi cabs, sitting rooms and universities across the country.
Dick Whittington and his family are very poor. So, hearing that the streets of London are paved with gold, Dick decides to go to this city of opportunites and make his fortune. A magical retelling of the classic fairy tale, read by Stephen Mangan.