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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.

BONUS:

New song:

Chameleon, Come Talk To Me

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

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Oops Plays Hoops

boy shooting basketThere is no failure, except to give up. Otherwise, everything else is just ruling out what doesn’t work, until you finally succeed at last.

At least, that’s what my mom always used to tell me when I’d get frustrated and want to give up.

That’s what today’s story is all about: don’t give up.

It’s what the web site, Inkless Tales, is all about, too. Visit sometime and take a look, play, read, draw, explore and more. www.inklesstales.com.

In the meantime: here’s this month’s PODCAST:

~LISTEN~

Oops Plays Hoops
by Elizabeth Williams Bushey

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Revenge of the Rollerbladers

This time around, we talk about what it’s like to be the littlest – and left out of everything.

Lily can skate – but she can’t keep up, somehow. Until she learns a trick that puts her at the front of the pack.

Listen to the newest story here.

ALSO: Bonus song track: the reinvented “I Know An Old Woman Who Swallowed A Fly” by Elizabeth Williams Bushey.

NOW:

Listen to the Podcast!

Revenge of the Rollerbladers
by Elizabeth Williams Bushey

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The Kite

This time around, we’ll hear the story of an inventive boy who doesn’t let the weather stop him when he’s determined to fly his new kite.

Check out this latest offering from the Inkless Tales Podcast for Kids.

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Snow Day

Snowman

Snow Day

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Happy Holidays from the Inkless Tales Podcast.

Listen to a story about two children who are waiting for their first snowfall, as well as a Holiday song.

Listen to it here.

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Rainforest Foolishness

red-eyed tree frog and howler monkey

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Welcome back to the Inkless Tales Podcast for Kids. Foolishness is our topic today, and we have a story, a poem and a song for you to enjoy. “Wet Roses,” “Meet My Dog,” and a story today that takes place in the rainforest about a foolish howler monkey and his wise friend, a red-eyed tree frog — a monkey who learns the value of friendship over foolishness.

Enjoy the offerings today — and if you like what you hear, visit Inkless Tales at www.inklesstales.com for more fun, games, stories and play.

All the best, Elizabeth Bushey

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Inkless Podcast – June 2007 – Animal Poems and Songs

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This time around, we’ve got animal poems and songs, from Three Blind Mice to Dinosaurs Galore.

Listen and Enjoy!

And anytime you want to write, we’re here at elizabeth@inklesstales.com.

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And, of course, you can always visit us at Inkless Tales for stories, poems, games and more. Look for new stuff all the time.

-Elizabeth Bushey

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