We’ll be sharing these stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so plan your nightly reading schedules accordingly 🙂
- Animal sidekicksHave you heard about the fish that cleans the shark’s teeth? Or the frog that’s roomies with the tarantula? How about the crabs that wear urchins as hats? Welcome to the weird world of symbiosis – a place where animal and plants form incredible relationships!
- Tales of ancient worldsThere’s nothing better than exploring the ancient past. Our history is a never-ending fountain of incredible tales, brilliant adventures and fantastically glorious people.
- Value talesWhen trying to impart an important moral lesson to children, short stories are often the go-to for most parents. It not only tickles their imagination, but it also teaches them about life.
- Enid Blyton storiesPrepare to be spellbound by these short stories from the world’s favourite storyteller. From cheeky pixies with singing saucepans to puzzling spells and enchanted lemonade, there’s bound to be trouble in this bewitching collection by Enid Blyton.
- Adventure stories
We have a whole host of fascinating tales for you and your children to share with one another before it’s time to visit the land of nod. We have carefully selected our stories, picking only those that have been read and loved by children for many years.
- Stories from around the worldTraditional tales often take on a life of their own, traveling the world and finding new interpretations within the cultures they encounter. This collection of stories, brings together several tales from different traditions.
- Girls who grew up to change the worldThis fun and inspiring collection of influential stories tells the tales of strong, independent girls who grew up to make a profound impact on the world.
- Boys who grew up to change the world
When it comes to making this world a better place, we can learn a thing or two from our children. That’s why we’ve compiled a reading series of some of the most influential young trailblazers across the world.
- Classic fairy tales
This month, our staff are sharing their favourite classic fairy tales and the reasons why they’re their favourites. These fairy tales are have been told and retold through generations and have stood the test of time.
- ShakespeareWe can’t have a Reading Room without including extracted stories from William Shakespeare’s plays. Shakespeare was an English playwright, poet and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s greatest dramatist.
- Greek mythologyGreek mythology is the body of myths originally told by the ancient Greeks. Myths are stories created to teach people about something important and meaningful. We hope you enjoy the myths we shared with you, while you were also adding to your general knowledge.
- African tales
We thought we’d share some of our favourite African Tales for you to enjoy – young and old. These tales have been extracted from “When Lion Could Fly and Other Tales from Africa”.