This Tales from the Lilypad original bedtime story for kids & family is about an Alpine Gnome gnamed Hurley. After a long day of rescuing animals in the rugged cold of the Rocky Mountains, will Hurley return home to his loving family? Only Lily gnows...
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Monday, February 27, 2017
Sunday, January 29, 2017
Cried as in exclaimed loudly, not as in issued forth in the form of tears. It's a modern retelling of The Boy Who Cried Wolf. Warning: this episode is all potty humour and uses the word pee prolifically. If your kids are the potty humour types, urine for a treat. Otherwise, you could make a strong case for giving this one a skip along the lines that it's in poor taste. It is. Download this episode (right click and save)
Thursday, December 29, 2016
Happy New Year! Aesop's fables are stories that have been told for hundreds of years to teach moral lessons. What is the moral lesson of The Lion and the Mouse?
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Kids can't sleep? This 20 minute long story about a Red Horse who comes to life and takes a boy on a magical journey might do the trick. Based on a 1924 story by Elsa Moeschlin, written and re-arranged by Marlene Wurfel.
Monday, October 31, 2016
Episode 25 of Tales from the Lilypad marks 100,000 listens. Thanks to bedtime story seekers all over the world for visiting the Lilypad. You've made this little experiment in storytelling in the 21st century absolutely exceed my expectations. Happy Halloween!
Sunday, October 23, 2016
A Tales from the Lilypad original bedtime story for kids & family about a baby bat, her mama, and a lonely monster named Dave who fears he's the only one of his kind. Beware! Spooky mansions, bat facts, and Costco wholesale shoppers. Happy Halloween, from Lily!
Friday, September 30, 2016
A 21st century version of Thumbelina where the beautiful girl, born in a flower, never becomes a child bride. Re-written and arranged by Marlene Wurfel. If you're familiar with the Hans Christian Anderson version from 1835, you may be surprised to hear Canadian animals making an appearance in the story.
Sunday, August 28, 2016
Who is the stranger knocking on the door of a castle where nothing interesting ever happens during a terrible thunderstorm? Could she be... is it possible that... she's a princess traveling in cognito?
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Thursday, June 30, 2016
A Tales From the Lilypad Original Story by Marlene Wurfel about a really good dog. This is a tribute story to one of the best dogs who ever lived: we miss you Gus!