Category Archives: librarians

The Basket Case

The Basket Case

The story of “A Tisket, A Tasket.”

The feud went on for years – until the mystery of the disappearance of Lucy Locket’s green and yellow basket brings the families together under Mother Goose’s enigmatic wing.


New song:

Chameleon, Come Talk To Me

(From the upcoming book and CD: “Annie’s Animals”)



The True Story of Little Miss Muffet.

Little Miss Muffet and SpiderYou thought you knew the truth.

You thought she was just some sissy.

NOW: The truth can be told – and it is: here in this Podcast for Kids.

The True Story of Little MIss Muffet.

Check it out. She’s not so bad. And neither is the spider.

Listen to the podcast:

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Monkeys, Owls, and Pussycats Plus.

Five Little MonkeysIn this podcast from November 08, we have Monkeys, Owls and Pussycats Plus.

Featuring guest performer  – my daughter Annie Bushey–  in a a story titled “That’s Good, That’s Bad.”


Listen to the Podcast!

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The Princess and the Pea – and the New CDs.

princess_peaThe Princess and the Pea

A new retelling – this time, the Princess is an independent spirit – and so is the Prince. Think you’re really going to enjoy this one.

BONUS: From Elizabeth Williams Bushey’s CD, Lullabies for ListeningSur La Pont, (Over the Bridge) a French traditional song – a really cool melody – with a translation, too, by Elizabeth, so you know what you’re listening to when you hear it. Bet you can’t stop humming it.

And if you like that song, you’re bound to like the rest of them – you can purchase THAT CD here:

Along with the new, rocking CD, SING OUT LOUD. Sample some tunes here:



Hope you like it. They’re only $10 each.

Listen to the Podcast! Inkless Tales Podcast for Kids.mp3

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National Poetry Month – and the Poetry In A Balloon Project

The Inkless Tales Poetry In A Balloon Project

The Inkless Tales Poetry In A Balloon Project


In America, it’s National Poetry Month. So this podcast, we’re packing it full of poetry. Hope you like it! 

Even better: you can write some poetry yourself – and send it into the sky! 

Check out The Inkless Tales Poetry in a Balloon Project. You’ll LOVE it. 

You can learn more about it at Inkless Tales, or you can visit YouTube to watch the how-to video. Here are the links for both pages:

The Inkless Tales video
The page on Inkless Tales with all the goodies

The YouTube Video

Meanwhile (drum roll, please….) here’s the PODCAST!

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