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.
Chameleon, Come Talk To Me
(From the upcoming book and CD: “Annie’s Animals”)
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The 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 Listening – Sur 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.
http://www.inklesstales.com/podcasts/jun_jul09/The Inkless Tales Podcast for Kids.mp3
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