Snuggle up with Mrs. P as she reads these enchanting classics - “The Velveteen Rabbit” and “The Brave Tin Soldier” - from her crackling fireplace. She adds her own brand of humor to these heart warming stories.
You can almost feel the warmth of Mrs. P's crackling fireplace as you listen to her recount these holiday favorites. Love, sacrifice, and wishing upon a star are themes in the special collection that includes: "The Gift of the Magi", "The Little Match Girl", and "The Snowman". Mrs. P brings her own experiences to each of the magical stories.
From her crackling fireplace, the perfect setting for a good scary story, Mrs. P shares some of her favorite tales of mystery and macabre with her own special spooky introductions. Enjoy these terrifying tales: "The Hand", "The Monkey's Paw", and "The Tell Tale Heart".
"A sleepover must!"
Mrs. P reads from her crackling fireplace and adds her own twist to each of these classics thrillers by W. S. Gilbert and H. G. Wells. Here is a funny poem about the scariest nightmare you ever had and a story that starts out kind of funny, but gets scarier and scarier.
From her crackling fireplace, Mrs. P reads her five favorite fairy tales. Included in this collection: “The Frog Prince”, “Jack and the Beanstalk”, “The Ugly Duckling”, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, and “Sleeping Beauty”. Mrs. P brings her own experiences to each of the magical stories. Bonus material written by Clay Graham.
"Mrs. P's is an Amazing story teller"
Mrs. P reads from her crackling fireplace and adds her own twist to each of these classics in her second Awww-some collection of animal tales. Enjoy these classic treasures from Joseph Jacobs and the Grimm Brothers: “The Six Swans” and "The Three Little Pigs". Bonus material written by Clay Graham.
From cat, to rabbits, and everything in between, Mrs. P enchants with this Awww-some collection of animal tales, or in this case more accurately, enchanted tails! Enjoy these classic treasures: "Peter Rabbit", Squirrel Nutkin", "The Walrus and the Carpenter", "The Butterfly". and "Puss in Boots". Bonus material written by Clay Graham.
"Some classics but poorly done."
Fables and folk tales are some of Mrs. P's favorites. Enjoy her renditions from her crackling fireplace as she shares some delightful tall tales. This collection includes: "Goldilocks and the Three Bears". "The City Mouse and the Country Mouse", "Alladin", "Androcles and the Lion", and "Tom Thumb". Bonus Material Written by Clay Graham.
From her crackling fireplace, Mrs. P reads some of her favorite Rudyard Kipling stories. Kipling was born in India and traveled the world during his life. You'll feel as if you have gone on an adventure to a foreign land after hearing these stories. Included in this collection: "The Cat that Walked by Himself", "The Elephants Child", and "Rikki Tikki Tavi".
"great combo of Kipling classics"
From her crackling fireplace, Mrs. P reads some of her favorites from the world-famous collection of German and French fairy tales compiled by the Brothers Grimm. These stories prove that good storytelling never goes out of style.
Warm your heart for the holidays with Mrs. P as she reads these two Hans Christian Andersen favorites by her crackling fireplace. The Fir Tree and The Snow Man - She adds her own brand of humor to these heart warming stories.
Boys will be boys! Mark Twain’s “The Bad Little Boy” is the headliner of this amusing collection of stories. The Brother’s Grimm also add “The Brave Little Tailor” and “Faithful John” to the fun as Mrs. P reads from her crackling fireplace and adds her own twist to each of these classics. Bonus material written by Clay Graham.
From her crackling fireplace. Mrs. P reads more of her favorites from the world-famous collection of German and French tales compiled by the Brothers Grimm. This second collection continues to delight with such classics as "The Little Brother and Sister", "Hansel and Gretel", and "The Gold Children". Mrs. P brings her own charming experiences to each of these magical stories. Bonus material written by Clay Graham.
As a child, Hans Christian Andersen operated a small puppet theater in his house, and when he grew up he became a world famous fairy-tale writer. Never too good with real life, he was more comfortable with mermaids and princesses. And who can blame him? Not Mrs. P.
After some tough times, these poor but sweet girls find that they can make all of their dreams come true - with a little help of course! Enjoy Mrs. P reading from her crackling fireplace “Cinderella” and "Rumplestiltskin”. Mrs. P brings her own experiences to each of the magical stories. Bonus material written by Clay Graham.
A young girl, Alice, follows a rabbit into a hole in the ground and begins an amazing adventure that leads to a grinning cat, a sensitive mouse, a spacey caterpillar, a highly unusual tea party, playing card people and ever so much more.
"Don't be late to hear Mrs. P read Alice!"