A World of Stories- Listen to stories from other cultures told by wonderful story-tellers.
Megan Hicks uses origami and storytelling to celebrate the ingenuity of a grandmother who reuses a piece of fabric in a number of beautiful ways.
The Monkey's Heart
Donna Washington tells the story of a clever monkey who outwits a crocodile.
Storyteller Priscilla Howe tells a story about how a mitten dropped in the snow becomes a temporary home to several animals.
The story is available in English and French.
The Butterfly/La Mariposa
This Mexican folktale that explains why butterflies do not live in houses and why they migrate. Story told in Spanish and English.
Anasi and the Hat Shaking Dance
Donna Washington tells a traditional West African story about Anansi the spider. The story explains why spiders don’t have hair.
The Little Red Hen/La Gallinita Rola
Why the Rooster Crows in the Morning/Porque El Gallo Canta En La Manana
In this Mexican version of a familiar folktale, the hen makes corn tortillas instead of wheat bread.
Storyteller Carrie Sue Ayvar tells a traditional Latino story that explains why roosters crow in the morning.
The story is told in a combination of English and Spanish.
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