Follow young Mary's journey from India to the mysterious grand house in Yorkshire, England. Packed with interesting characters, positive thinking, and bursting with nature, The Secret Garden continues to enthrall and educate children and adults alike. Subtle sound effects, along with evenly paced reading, makes this adaptation a delight to listen to.
Black Beauty is brought to life in this evenly paced, easy to listen to audio drama. A subtle blend of music and sound effects immerses you into the atmosphere and many characterisations. Enjoy following the adventures of this noble young horse through a rich mix of 19th-century life in England to happy endings in his last home.
Eight calming, fun, stories that develop imaginations and creativity and aim to help children calm down and relax. The eighth track is a simple, peaceful relaxation or meditation activity. Each story is beautifully narrated by Sharon Hoyland and accompanied by gentle musical backgrounds. Be a baby acorn snug and safe in the soil, or a wise and strong owl swooping over the woods! Or go on an adventure into space with your friend Little Rocket, or have a go on the magic rainbow slide!
This charming classic was written for Noel, a young family friend of Beatrix Potter. He had fallen ill for many months and Beatrix wanted to help cheer him up. Lovingly narrated by Sharon Hoyland, enhanced with Will McNicol’s own guitar composition, this short story will delight all ages. So reminisce, remember and enjoy the enchanting Tale of Peter Rabbit.
This charming tale has been enchanting children worldwide for four generations. Brought to life with crisp articulation and beautiful acoustic guitar, everyone will enjoy this updated creation.
Dame DJ is English, and together with her partner, "S", a New Yorker who loved great food and wanted to sample the best dinning in France, now tells us their story. He thought France was small, and that the best hotels and restaurants from Paris to Monaco would be waiting for them. She thought she could eat and relax, and the trip would be a breeze. They were both wrong!
This is a short children's story about a vain and conceited little Christmas tree. By the end of this charming tale, he becomes humbled and very happy.