Magic Tales

The Frog and the King

TALES βœ¨πŸ“šβœ¨ Did you ever hear the old story about the foolish Frogs? The Frogs in a certain swamp decided that they needed a king; they had always got along perfectly well without one, but they suddenly made up their minds that a king they must have. They sent a messenger to Jove and begged… Continue reading The Frog and the King

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The 3 little Butterflies

TALES βœ¨πŸ“šβœ¨ Author: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co There were once three little butterfly brothers, one white, one red, and one yellow. They played in the sunshine, and danced among the flowers in the garden, and they nevergrew tired because they were so happy.One day there came a heavy rain, and it wet their wings.… Continue reading The 3 little Butterflies

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The Canyon flowers

TALES βœ¨πŸ“šβœ¨ Author: Ralph Connor At first there were no canyons, but only the broad, open prairie. One day the Master of the Prairie, walking out over his great lawns, where were only grasses, asked thePrairie, "Where are your flowers?"And the Prairie said, "Master, I have no seeds". Then he spoke to the birds, and… Continue reading The Canyon flowers

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The Sun, Clouds and the Stars

TALES βœ¨πŸ“šβœ¨ Author: Caroline Sedgwick Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there was a country where it was always raining, raining and raining; downpours of rain all day, every day, for years and years andyears. And there lived a little boy, in a little house on the mountain, with his Daddy… Continue reading The Sun, Clouds and the Stars

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The king magic drum

TALES βœ¨πŸ“šβœ¨ Nigerian Folktale Efriam Duke was an ancient king of Calabar. He was a peaceful man, and did not like war. He had a wonderful drum, the property of which, when it was beaten, was always to provide plenty of good food and drink. So whenever any country declared war against him, he used… Continue reading The king magic drum

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Bahloo, the Moon and the Daens

TALES βœ¨πŸ“šβœ¨ Australian Folktale Bahloo the moon looked down at the earth one night, when his light was shining quite brightly, to see if any one was moving. When the earth people were all asleep was the time he chose for playing with his three dogs. He called them dogs, but the earth people called… Continue reading Bahloo, the Moon and the Daens