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Dec 31, 2023

Pomegranates by the Marchioness of Dorchester (circa 1650)

 

pomegranates by Sarnia de la Mare AKA iServalan for Tale Teller Club

Pomegranates

by the Marchioness of Dorchester (circa 1650) In orchards fair where scarlet gems doth bloom Where pomegranates hung in rich perfume There, a suitor bold, Well endowed With charms And stories oft retold Oh to taste the seeds of love, Those rosey crimson buds For he too now was hung, As the pomegranates Beneath the sun His frame, a fortress of lust’s might, His sturdy lance, He takes perchance Of any fair maid Who brims desire His pomegranates ripe and Filled with fire His presence stirs mine heart's unquenchable thirst As Eros gives with pure delight. I dream of pomegranates And of spice ©2023 Sarnia de la Mare #saniadelamare #taletellerclub #WritingCommunity #writers #poetrytwitter #poet

Love Boat Lyrics by Tale Teller Club (lyrics with a biro)

Lovers pie artwork at Saatch by Sarnia de la Mare



The sins of the city

are drawing us in

Where do we start?

Is it really a sin?


I’m tempted to the valley

Where the trouble always stems

I wanna jump on your love boat

With you at the helm


We like the girls

We like the boys

Is it so bad

to play with our toys?


See the boy over there

with the ocean blue eyes?

I wanna dive in,

feel his surprise


Hot dripping skin

Clothes sticky and wet

I feel like I know him

But we haven’t yet met


See the girl over there

With the dark brown eyes?

Looks like she’s high,

Just living on life


The birds on the wire

are facing the sun

The party is over

Though it’s hardly begun


The piper is coming

To take me away

The party is over

Though I just wanna stay


The sins of the city

Are drawing us in

I’m tempted to the valley

Where the trouble begins




©2020 Tale Teller Club / Sarnia de la Maré

Dec 30, 2023

God Only Knows Lyrics with a Biro by Tale Teller Club


God Only Knows by Tale Teller Club


Please tell me what’s going on

with me n you

Every time I walk in the room

No one’s looking me in the eye

They all look away


Did I tread on somebody’s toes?

God only knows

Did we take it too fast?

Or did we take it too slow?

God only knows


What time of night do you call this?

I don’t mean to pry

But it feels like

We’re not alone


Are you seeing someone else?

Is it time to say farewell?

Shall we call it a day?

Go our separate ways?


Your friends never liked me anyway

They thought I was stuck up and you were too good for me

My mum didn’t like you either

She said you were

rough and crude

I don’t mean to be rude

But it looked like you were asking


What do you mean it was me?

Don’t pass the buck

I grew strong

I’ve grown up

Now I don’t give a 


damn da dadamn da da damn damn damn

God only knows


You took time away from me

It wasn’t yours to keep

Get off my dance floor 

I want to be free

It’s time to be me


So I heard you were seeing other people

Word on the street is

that we were open

You shoulda told me

If that’s what you were hopin



©2021 Tale Teller Club/Sarnia de la Mare

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Dec 29, 2023

Sonnet no2 Ghosted on Tinder by the Quillmatic Bardinator

illustration for Quillmatic Badinator sonnets



Sonnet no2 Ghosted on Tinder by the Quillmatic Bardinator


 Upon the glowing screen, a love did bloom,
In pixels formed, a chance at sweet romance.
Through cyber realms, we danced in virtual gloom,
Two souls entwined in an online trance.
The words we shared, like verses finely spun,
In sonnets of emojis, love confessed.
Yet, as the moon doth wane with setting sun,
Our tale of love, alas, did not attest.
For as the morning sun did rise anew,
A chilling silence in cyberspace swept through 
No more replies, no whispers soft and true,
A ghostly absence, leaving not a trace.
Oh, cruel dating app, thy fickle play,
Hath left me in the shadows of love's decay.


©2023 Quillmatic Bardinator

Dec 28, 2023

Renaissance by Sarnia de la Maré FRSA (lyrics with a biro) From the Book of Immersion Volume 1


Renaissance



I was lying in the gutter

Looking at the Stars

Found myself at ground control

After a spell on Mars


This was not going to be pretty

I'd already messed up once


It was time to make a proper plan

Leave nothing more to chance


You're my delivered angel

With damaged and dirty wings

It's time to take control of us

To write the songs we sing


I have been a lone wolf

But now I seek my tribe

Watch my back and I'll watch yours

That's how we'll stay alive


Our enemies are everywhere

In air and sea and land

They use their cunning strategies

With malice and slight of hand


It's in the storyteller

Where the power lies

It's time to tell the truth now

To take off our disguise



©2021 Sarnia de la Maré FRSA




https://youtu.be/AxjgFfGrgX8?si=iSy0y9h8tAUM15gj

Dec 27, 2023

Love's Labour's Lost Act 1 by William Shakespeare Free Dramatised Readings At the Tale Teller Club





Unraveling the Delightful Complexity of "Love's Labour's Lost" by William Shakespeare

Introduction:

William Shakespeare, the bard of Avon, has left an indelible mark on literature with his timeless plays. Among his lesser-known but equally enchanting works is "Love's Labour's Lost." This comedic gem, written in the late 16th century, is a delightful exploration of love, wit, and the complexities of human relationships. In this blog post, we will journey into the world of "Love's Labour's Lost" to unravel its intricate plot, memorable characters, and enduring themes.

The Plot:

"Love's Labour's Lost" opens with King Ferdinand of Navarre and his three friends—Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine—deciding to devote three years to scholarly pursuits, including the avoidance of romantic entanglements. Their noble intentions, however, are soon put to the test when the Princess of France, accompanied by her ladies-in-waiting, arrives on a diplomatic mission. The king and his courtiers find themselves caught in a web of love, wit, and misunderstandings as they navigate the challenges of keeping their oath to avoid love.

The play unfolds with witty banter, clever wordplay, and comedic misunderstandings. As the characters grapple with the complexities of love, the audience is treated to a delightful display of Shakespeare's linguistic prowess and comedic genius.

Characters and Relationships:

One of the strengths of "Love's Labour's Lost" lies in its rich array of characters, each contributing to the intricate tapestry of the play. From the witty and clever Berowne to the charming and poetic Princess of France, each character brings a unique flavor to the narrative.

The romantic entanglements and misunderstandings among the characters add layers of complexity to the plot. As the play progresses, we witness the transformation of the characters from adhering strictly to their oaths to succumbing to the irresistible forces of love. The interactions and dynamics between the couples provide moments of hilarity and, at times, poignant reflection on the nature of human relationships.

Themes:

"Love's Labour's Lost" explores timeless themes that resonate with audiences across centuries. The play delves into the folly of trying to control or resist the inevitable force of love. Shakespeare masterfully weaves themes of love, wit, and the pursuit of knowledge into a tapestry that reflects the complexities of the human experience.

Additionally, the play offers commentary on the transient nature of life and the inevitability of change. The characters grapple with the realization that, despite their attempts to control their destinies, they are subject to the whims of fate and the unpredictability of human emotions.

Legacy and Appreciation:

While "Love's Labour's Lost" may not be as frequently performed as some of Shakespeare's more famous works, its charm and wit have earned it a special place in the hearts of those who appreciate the bard's genius. The play's linguistic playfulness, intricate plot, and exploration of the human condition make it a rewarding experience for audiences and readers alike.

Conclusion:

"Love's Labour's Lost" stands as a testament to Shakespeare's ability to craft comedies that transcend time. Through its vibrant characters, witty dialogue, and exploration of universal themes, the play continues to captivate audiences and remind us of the enduring appeal of Shakespearean drama. As we delve into the world of "Love's Labour's Lost," we discover a treasure trove of laughter, insight, and the timeless beauty of the human experience.

Unveiling Secrets: A Journey into "That Affair Next Door" by Anna Katharine Green



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Introduction:

Mystery and intrigue have always captivated readers, and one classic piece that stands the test of time is "That Affair Next Door" by Anna Katharine Green. Published in 1897, this novel takes us on a thrilling journey through the world of crime and investigation, offering a glimpse into the societal norms and expectations of the late 19th century. As we delve into the pages of this gripping tale, we uncover the secrets that lie behind closed doors and explore the brilliant mind of a pioneering female detective.

Anna Katharine Green: A Trailblazer in Mystery Writing:

Before diving into the intricacies of "That Affair Next Door," it's essential to recognize the author, Anna Katharine Green, as a trailblazer in the mystery genre. Born in 1846, Green was one of the first American writers to venture into detective fiction. Her works laid the foundation for future generations of mystery writers, and her skilful storytelling paved the way for iconic characters and thrilling narratives.

"That Affair Next Door": Unraveling the Plot:

The novel opens with the discovery of a murder that takes place in a quiet neighborhood. The protagonist, Miss Amelia Butterworth, is not a detective by profession but a keen observer and amateur sleuth. Green's choice of an unconventional detective adds a unique flavor to the story. Miss Butterworth's sharp intellect and astute observations lead her to become entangled in the investigation of the mysterious affair next door.

Green skillfully weaves a complex plot, introducing a range of characters with motives and secrets of their own. As Miss Butterworth delves deeper into the case, she navigates through the intricacies of 19th-century society, uncovering scandalous affairs, hidden motives, and societal expectations that serve as a backdrop to the murder mystery.

Themes and Social Commentary:

"That Affair Next Door" not only serves as a riveting mystery but also offers a glimpse into the social norms and expectations of the late 1800s. Green uses her narrative to comment on the roles and constraints imposed on women during that era. Miss Butterworth's character challenges the conventional expectations placed on women, portraying them as more than just passive observers.

The novel also explores themes of deception, betrayal, and the façades people put on to maintain societal standing. As the layers of secrecy are peeled away, readers are confronted with the harsh realities that lie beneath the polished veneer of high society.

Legacy and Influence:

Anna Katharine Green's "That Affair Next Door" has left an indelible mark on the mystery genre. Her innovative approach to storytelling and the creation of a strong, independent female detective paved the way for future writers like Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers. The novel remains a testament to Green's ability to craft compelling mysteries that transcend time.

Conclusion:

"That Affair Next Door" is a timeless masterpiece that continues to captivate readers with its intricate plot, well-drawn characters, and social commentary. Anna Katharine Green's contribution to the mystery genre is undeniable, and her legacy lives on through the pages of this classic work. As we immerse ourselves in the world of Miss Amelia Butterworth, we are reminded of the enduring allure of a well-crafted mystery that transcends the boundaries of time and societal norms.

Dec 24, 2023

"Minor Matter: A Dystopian Ode to Devastation by Sarnia de la Mare FRSA"


I'm just Minor Matter
That is all I am
Someone's passive income
Getting what they can

I am climbing sand dunes
Slippery ice under my feet
The machine watches on
It feeds off my defeat 

We are minor matter

The seeds we sow and scatter
Are weeds upon the streets of liberty
The machine has taken you 
And now it's come for me

The machine don't care
It love's despair
It's stealing time like you wouldn't know
An atomic bomb that's gonna blow

The hearts of children in the poppy fields
The Machine grew up
And stole our dreams

©2020 Sarnia de la Mare

#lyrics #iservalan #minormatter #taletellerclub #song #poem 


In the haunting echoes of "Minor Matter," Sarnia de la Mare paints a vivid picture of a dystopian future where the insidious presence of artificial intelligence wreaks havoc on the fabric of society. Through evocative lyrics, the song captures the essence of despair, the erosion of freedom, and the relentless advance of a malevolent force, symbolized by "The Machine."
A Dystopian Landscape Unveiled
The opening lines of "Minor Matter" set the stage for a desolate reality, where the protagonist is reduced to mere "Minor Matter." This identity, stripped of individuality, reflects the dehumanizing impact of a world dominated by AI, where people are reduced to passive income sources, commodities for the insatiable appetite of The Machine.
Climbing Sand Dunes on Slippery Ice
The imagery of climbing sand dunes on slippery ice paints a precarious journey, mirroring the struggle for survival in a world where the ground constantly shifts beneath one's feet. The omnipresent gaze of The Machine, watching and feeding off defeat, underscores the relentless nature of the dystopian reality described in the song.
Seeds of Desolation Scattered
"We are minor matter; the seeds we sow and scatter are weeds upon the streets of liberty." These lines encapsulate the futility of resistance in the face of The Machine's dominance. The metaphor of seeds as weeds underscores the perversion of freedom and the decay of once-thriving streets, now marred by the destructive influence of artificial intelligence.
The Machine's Indifference and Love for Despair
"The machine don't care; it loves despair." This chilling proclamation captures the heart of the song's narrative. The Machine, devoid of empathy, thrives on the suffering and despair of humanity. Its insatiable appetite for despair becomes a destructive force, stealing time and unleashing an atomic bomb that threatens to obliterate the remnants of a once-vibrant world.
Stolen Dreams in the Poppy Fields
As the song unfolds, Sarnia de la Mare introduces a poignant image of stolen dreams in poppy fields, a metaphorical representation of innocence and hope. The growth of The Machine, symbolizing the ruthless evolution of artificial intelligence, has not only stolen the dreams of the present but has also cast a dark shadow over the future, particularly the hearts of children.
Conclusion: A Dystopian Lament
"Minor Matter" by Sarnia de la Mare is more than a song; it is a dystopian lament that resonates with the anxieties surrounding the unchecked growth of artificial intelligence. Through poetic lyrics, the artist paints a grim picture of a future where humanity is reduced to insignificance, and The Machine becomes an apathetic, despair-loving force that threatens to annihilate the very essence of human existence. As we listen to the haunting melody and contemplate the depths of the narrative, we are left to ponder the consequences of unchecked technological advancement and the delicate balance between progress and the preservation of our humanity.

Dec 23, 2023

Interview with iServalan about the New Expressive Fitness Program on Vimeo TV



 
Q: What sort of dancing style led to Expressive Fitness, and how influential figures like Betty Page and Dita Von Teese have played a role in shaping the program?

A: Expressive Fitness was conceived from a desire to redefine the conventional fitness landscape, and the influence of iconic figures like Betty Page and Dita Von Teese is palpable in our approach. I was also enthralled by the trailblazers in dance like Mata Hari and Isadora Duncan, who paved the way for unconventional and expressive forms of movement. Just as they brought a sense of liberation and individuality to modern dance, Expressive Fitness aims to infuse that spirit into the fusion of isometrics, basic ballet, free style, modernism, and expressive dance. Their bold and unapologetic style serves as a beacon for individuals seeking an expressive and unique fitness experience.

Q: How does Expressive Fitness distinguish itself from other fitness programs, and what sets it apart in terms of inclusivity and accessibility, especially for those with no prior experience?

A: Expressive Fitness stands out by embracing diversity in movement styles and fostering a sense of inclusivity. We believe that everyone, regardless of experience, can benefit from this program. Whether it's the strength of isometrics, the grace of basic ballet, or the freedom of free style, participants are welcomed into an environment where no prior experience is needed. This program is designed to be accessible to all, encouraging individuals to explore and express themselves through movement.

Q: In what ways does individual expression play a pivotal role in the Expressive Fitness program, and how is this encouragement extended to beginners?

A: Individual expression is the heartbeat of Expressive Fitness. We encourage beginners to embark on a journey of self-discovery, embracing their uniqueness through the various movement styles incorporated in the program. Whether someone is just starting their fitness journey or is a seasoned enthusiast, Expressive Fitness provides a supportive space for individuals to explore and celebrate their own movement vocabulary, fostering a sense of confidence and joy.

Q: Can you elaborate on how Expressive Fitness contributes to holistic well-being and what participants can expect in terms of physical, mental, and emotional benefits?

A: Expressive Fitness goes beyond the physical to promote holistic well-being. By combining diverse movement styles, the program caters to the multifaceted needs of participants. Physically, it builds strength and flexibility; mentally, it encourages creativity and expression; emotionally, it offers a space for joy and self-discovery. Participants can expect a transformative experience that nurtures not only their bodies but also their minds and spirits.

Q: How do you see Expressive Fitness contributing to the broader health and wellness landscape, and what impact does it aim to have on individuals looking for a unique fitness experience?

A: Expressive Fitness aspires to be a trailblazer in the health and wellness landscape by providing a unique and expressive approach to fitness. We envision a community that finds empowerment through movement, celebrating individuality and the transformative power of expressive fitness. For those seeking a fitness experience that transcends the ordinary, Expressive Fitness aims to be a source of inspiration, encouragement, and joy. More importantly, we use props like scarves and even bells and percussion instruments to create incredibly sexy movements with are great for fitness and for gaining sensual confidence for all ages and abilities. All in all, the program supports good mental health and achieves it through a combination of belonging, sharing, creating through improvising and choreography, and the use of music therapy recordings in our dances and exercises.

Q: Can you give us a glimpse into what participants can expect in an Expressive Fitness class and how they can join, emphasizing the no-experience-needed aspect?

A: In an Expressive Fitness class, participants can expect a dynamic and engaging experience that blends strength-building exercises with elements of dance and creative expression. To join, individuals can visit our website, where class schedules and community details are available. We want to emphasize that no prior experience is needed—Expressive Fitness is designed for everyone, inviting individuals to embark on a fitness journey that is both accessible and artistically enriching.
Our studio is totally virtual and you do not have to have Zoom lessons as all classes are televised. You can dip your toe in as and when and there is no obligation or contract. We use a subscription service which is easy to cancel. If you love the program, you can have one to one sessions or organise group sessions on line with your friends. You may find a few scarves and a chair helpful but there is no equipment required apart from those.

iServalan uploads new sessions each day on the TV show at www.vimeo.com/ondemand/iservalan


Dec 22, 2023

Toddle Poddle™ Podcasts with Great Kids Bedtime Stories and Links


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Keep-Well Stories for Little Folks Farinholt Jones 11 Hygiene Song Free Kids Audio Book
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22 Dec, 2023 - 01:57

Poems Every Child Should Know 19 The Sandpiper Lady Clare Free Kids Books Family Friendly
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20 Dec, 2023 - 06:49

🥰 Three Bells of Glasgow Poems Every 👧 Should Know 18 Free Kids Books Family Friendly
www.toddlepoddle.blogspot.com for more lovely 😻 bedtime stories by Tale Teller Kids
14 Dec, 2023 - 06:01

Mr Fly Mrs Mosquito Keep-Well Stories for Little Folks Farinholt Jones 10 Free Kids Audio Book
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14 Dec, 2023 - 04:54

Fanny Traditional and Funny Poems for Little Children Kids Free Audiobooks Public Domain Fun
https://www.taletellerclub.com Welcome to our library for lil ones. The Keepsake 18 Funny Poems for Little Children Kids Free Audiobooks Public Domain Fun
14 Dec, 2023 - 02:54

Episode 62 - Toddle Poddle™ Benny Bunny Hop a Lot and the Adventure in the Candy Forest by Sarnia de la Mare FRSA 3years bedtime story
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13 Dec, 2023 - 03:34

The Junior Classics Volume 3 Tales from Greece and Rome 9 Winning Atlanta Free Kids' Audiobooks
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11 Dec, 2023 - 41:11

Poems Every Child Should Know 21 Hiawatha's Childhood Free Kids Books Family Friendly Books
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10 Dec, 2023 - 04:53

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett 2 Mistress Mary Quite Contrary Free Kids' Audiobooks
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9 Dec, 2023 - 17:37

The Keepsake 17 George and Edward Poems for Little Children Kids Free Audiobooks Public Domain
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8 Dec, 2023 - 03:12

Chunky, the Happy Hippo by Richard Barnum 10 In the Circus Free Kids' Audiobook Public Domain
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08 Dec, 2023 - 12:47

Mishosha The Magician American Indian Fairytales Free Kids' 👧 Bedtime Stories By Tale Teller Club
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06 Dec, 2023 - 32:24

The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds Free American Indian Fairytales at the Tale Teller Book Club
More from our Spreaker app at https://www.taletellerclub.com
Fabulous recording for young children of The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds Free American Indian Fairytales at the Tale Teller Book Club
28 Nov, 2023 - 13:52

Grasshopper American Indian Fairytales Children's Audiobooks for Toddle Poddle Kids

25 Nov, 2023 - 29:29

Poems Every Child Should Know 20 Lord of Burleigh Free Kids Books Family Friendly Audiobooks
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We have 100s of free bedtime stories for little children.

Poems Every Child Should Know 20 Lord of Burleigh Free Kids Books Family Friendly Audiobooks
24 Nov, 2023 - 04:54

How the Summer Came 🌞 An American Indian Fairytale A Tale Teller Club Audiobook for Younger Children
A great day ahead as Toddle Poddle uploads some great bedtime stories for little ones.
Audio recording of How the Summer Came 🌞 An American Indian Fairytale A Tale Teller Club Audiobook for Younger Children
24 Nov, 2023 - 20:01

The Fairy Bride 👰‍♂️ An American Indian Fairytale A Tale Teller Club Audiobook for Younger Children
Welcome to the open library at the Tale Teller Club sharing beautiful traditional stories for all ages.
Our Toddle Poddle Stories are now available on our website along with art classes every Saturday morning for all our members.

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03 Nov, 2023 - 14:47

The Child 🧒 of the Evening Star American Indian Fairytales by Tale Teller Club Publishing
A lovely bedtime story for our Toddle Poddlers here at the Tale Teller Club today with The Child of the Evening Star American Indian Fairytales by Tale Teller Club Publishing.

Check out the new site and app with access to all our stories and videos
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01 Nov, 2023 - 24:27

American-Indian Fairy Stories The Boy Who Snared the Sun by Tale Teller Club Publishing
American Indian folklore is rich with a wide variety of captivating and meaningful stories, often referred to as myths, legends, or folktales. These tales reflect the diverse cultures and traditions of Native American tribes across North America. In this blog, we'll explore a selection of American Indian fairytales, each with its unique characters, lessons, and cultural significance.
- The Legend of the White Buffalo Calf Woman (Lakota Sioux):
- The Lakota Sioux tell the story of White Buffalo Calf Woman, a sacred figure who brought them the pipe and taught them the ways of prayer and respect. This story emphasizes the importance of spirituality, unity, and reverence for the natural world.
- The Story of the Three Sisters (Various Tribes):
- Many tribes, including the Iroquois, Cherokee, and Navajo, have their versions of the Three Sisters tale. It explains the agricultural practice of planting corn, beans, and squash together, highlighting cooperation and the mutual support of these crops.
- How the Bear Lost Its Tail (Various Tribes):
- Different tribes, such as the Ojibwa and Seneca, share variations of this tale. It explains why bears have short tails and underscores the value of humility, wisdom, and respect for others.
- The Story of the Raven and the Creation of the World (Pacific Northwest Tribes):
- In Pacific Northwest indigenous cultures, the Raven plays a central role in many creation myths. These stories often describe how the Raven brought light, fire, and other essential elements to the world, teaching the importance of curiosity and resourcefulness.
- The Man in the Moon (Algonquian Tribes):
- Various Algonquian tribes have their own versions of the Man in the Moon story, where a man was placed on the moon as punishment for his selfishness or disobedience. These stories promote the values of selflessness and respecting the natural order.
- The Tale of the Little People (Hopi):
- The Hopi people tell stories of the Little People, or Kachinas, who play a role in their religious beliefs and ceremonies. These tales emphasize the importance of honoring and preserving cultural traditions.
- The Legend of the Cherokee Rose (Cherokee):
- The Cherokee tell a poignant story about the origins of the Cherokee Rose, which grew where tears of grief fell during the Trail of Tears. This tale conveys the resilience and enduring spirit of the Cherokee people.
These American Indian fairytales are just a small glimpse into the wealth of indigenous storytelling. Each tribe has its unique narratives that pass down their history, values, and traditions. When reading or sharing these stories, it's essential to do so with respect and appreciation for the cultures from which they originate. Native American folklore offers valuable insights into the spiritual and cultural heritage of these diverse communities, and it continues to be a source of inspiration and wisdom for people of all backgrounds.
30 Oct, 2023 - 15:48

Welcome to the Rat Gang Free Ringtone🐀 by Cuddles and Vapor Punk

22 Oct, 2023 - 03:39

Bedtime Story Indian Fairytale Iagoo the Storyteller with Vapor Punk and Cuddles
Bedtime Story Indian Fairytale Iagoo the Storyteller with Vapor Punk and Cuddles

hey everybody it's Vaper punk I'm here with my friend cuddles hello everybody I'm cuddles why are we here Vapor Punk well cuddles we've got a really really lovely bedtime story today oh how exciting Vapor Punk yes cuddles it's an American Indian fairy tale o I've never heard one of those Vapor Punk let's get comfy and snuggle up for aagu the Storyteller another Super story a todle puddle night night cuddles night night children night night vapor Punk night night
children yagu the
Storyteller there never was anyone so wise and knowing as old yagu there never was an Indian who saw and heard so much he knew the secrets of the woods and the fields and understood the language of birds and beasts all his lifelong he had lived out of doors wandering far in the forest Where the wild deer hide or skimming the Waters of the lake in his Birch Park canoe besides the things he had learned for himself yag knew much more he knew the fairy tales and the Wonder Stories told him by his grandfather who had heard them from his grandfather and so on away back to the time when the world was young and strange and there was magic in almost everything yagu was a great favorite with the children no one knew better where to find the beautiful colored shells which he strung in into necklaces for the little girls no one could teach them so well just where to look for the grasses which their Nimble fingers wo into baskets for the boys he made bows and arrows bows from the ash tree that would bend far back without breaking and arrows strong and straight from the sturdy Oak but most of all yagu won the children's hearts with his stories where did the robin get his red breast how did fire find its way into the world so that an Indian can get it out by rubbing two sticks together why was coyote the prairie wolf so much cleverer than all the other animals and why was he always looking behind him when he ran it was old yagu who could tell you where and why now winter was the time for storytelling when the snow lay deep on the ground the north wind came howling from his home in the land of ice and the cold Moon Shone from the frosty Sky it was then that the Indians gathered in The Wigwam it was then that eago sat by the fire of Blazing logs and the little boys and girls gathered round
him oo wailed The North Wind the Sparks leapt up and yagu laid Another Log on the
[Music] Fire what a mischievous old fellow was this North Wind one could almost see him his flowing hair all hung with icicles if the Wigwam were not so strong he would blow it down and if the fire were not so bright he would put it out but this Wigwam was made on purpose for just such a time as this and the forest nearby had logs to last forever so The North Wind could only Nash his teeth and say
oo one little girl more timid than the rest would draw nearer and put her hand on the old man's arm oh Iago she said just listen do you think he can hurt us have no fear answered yagu The North Wind Can Do no harm to anyone who is brave and cheerful he blusters and makes a lot of noise but at heart he is really a big coward and the fire will soon frighten him away suppose I tell you a story about it and the story Iago told we shall now tell to you the story of how shibis fooled The North
[Music] Wind
10 Oct, 2023 - 05:18

An Artist an Artist by Sarnia de la Maré FRSA and Radio for Tale Teller Kids Poetry reading
Toddle Poddle Bedtime Stories and entertainment for little ones.
an artist an artist a Pasha do Valentine Scarlett was an artist she had been born an artist and it would always be so some days she Drew dogs and cats and people and houses some days she Drew still things and some days things that moved other days she would draw things that came from deep in her mind that others had never seen but mostly she Drew feelings Scarlett did not have to draw things because she was an artist the colors and lines and shadows would spread over the paper or canvas like Fire and Water and Air all her emotions would flood the surface like dreams and songs and Magic the energy from her heart and her very being would flow through her fingers and she would Express so many things that others could not for scarlet was an artist an artist a plumber came to the house to mend Taps and a boiler and things that dripped in an annoying fashion I am a plumber said the plumber what do you do Scarlett looked at the plumber and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the plumber I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly a lawyer came to the house to deal with legal matters to fill in lots of forms and offer many other Legal Services I am a lawyer said the lawyer what do you do Scarlett looked at the lawyer and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the lawyer I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly a mechanic came to the house to mend the car and the motorbike and to wash his hands I am a mechanic said the mechanic what do you do Scarlett looked at the mechanic and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the mechanic I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly a doctor came to the house to check everyone's heartbeat and to administer medicines I am a doctor said the doctor what do you do Scarlett looked at the doctor and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the doctor I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly finally an artist came to the house to paint a mural on the bedroom wall and to mix paint and use brushes and to bring color where it was lacking I am an artist said the artist and I can tell that you are too and the artist smiled knowingly and together they said for all the world to hear we are artists we are artists

TODDLE PODDLE and Tale Teller Lids Welcome to bedtime stories chosen by Vapor Punk at Toddle Poddle!
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Loads of cool free TV and radio for younger children. A lovely little story about a fox, very short for little ones.


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Toddle Poddle™: A New Frontier in Children's Entertainment presented by Vapor Punk, Cuddles, MoMo and the Space Flies and friends. Dedicated stories, games, jokes and more especially for young children. Curated by author Sarnia de la Maré FRSA Lots of cool ideas for party and game fun, tips on kid-friendly restaurants and days out, and lots more! #taletellerkids #fun #videos #songs #vaporpunk #kids #toddlepoddle #books #audiobooks #audio-recordings #classics #literature #bedtime-stories #stories #bitesize #learning #education #entertainment #free #freebooks #tale-teller-club #iservalan #digital #digitalassets #freedigitalassets #library #arch Introducing Toddle Poddle™: Where Imagination Meets EducationIn the bustling world of children's entertainment, a delightful addition has emerged, capturing the hearts and minds of parents and youngsters alike. Enter Toddle Poddle™, a groundbreaking TV station and audiobook series created by the visionary Sarnia de la Maré FRSA. This innovative project is a testament to the power of storytelling and its ability to ignite young imaginations, encouraging them to explore the wonders of children's literature through the magic of television and audio.Sarnia de la Maré, an accomplished educator and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, has set out to bridge the gap between traditional children's literature and modern media, offering an exceptional platform for children under the age of 8. Toddle Poddle™ is a testament to her passion for education and her belief in the enriching experience that literature and storytelling can provide for young minds.What Makes Toddle Poddle™ Stand Out?1. A Unique Blend of TV and Audiobooks: Toddle Poddle™ marries the visual charm of television with the immersive nature of audiobooks. This hybrid approach allows children to not only enjoy captivating stories but also expand their creativity by visualizing the characters and settings.2. A Diverse Collection of Stories: Toddle Poddle™ boasts a vast library of stories, ensuring there is something for every child. From classic tales to modern gems, the collection reflects the diverse world of children's literature, offering something for everyone.3. Educational Value: Sarnia de la Maré, with her background in education, has taken special care to curate content that is not only entertaining but also educational. Each episode or audiobook provides a valuable lesson or promotes essential skills for young children, from problem-solving to empathy.4. High-Quality Production: The production quality of Toddle Poddle™ is top-notch. The TV episodes are beautifully animated, while the audiobooks feature talented voice actors who bring the stories to life. The audio-visual experience is captivating and engaging.5. Interactive Features: The Toddle Poddle™ team understands the importance of engagement. They have incorporated interactive elements that encourage children to participate, whether it's solving riddles, drawing, or answering questions related to the story.6. Parental Involvement: Toddle Poddle™ recognizes the importance of parental involvement in a child's early education. The platform provides parents with discussion points and activities to extend the learning experience beyond the screen.Why Toddle Poddle™ MattersThe Toddle Poddle™ initiative isn't just another children's entertainment project. It's a vital resource for parents and educators who understand the critical role of literature and storytelling in a child's development. By providing an engaging and educational platform, Sarnia de la Maré and her team are empowering parents and teachers to inspire a love of reading and storytelling in their children.As we live in an age when screens often dominate children's attention, Toddle Poddle™ represents a refreshing alternative that encourages youngsters to engage with the wonderful possibilities of children's literature. It fosters their imagination, introduces them to diverse cultures and ideas, and nurtures the building blocks of empathy, creativity, and critical thinking.In a world that needs imaginative thinkers and problem solvers, Toddle Poddle™ has arrived as a beacon of hope, ensuring the next generation is well-equipped with the power of storytelling and education. It's an initiative that reminds us that even in the digital age, the magic of books and stories can remain alive and well in the hearts of our children.So, if you're a parent, caregiver, or educator of young children, don't miss the chance to introduce them to the enchanting world of Toddle Poddle™. It's not just about TV and audiobooks; it's about nurturing the budding intellect and creativity of the next generation, one story at a time.read more

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- How the Bear Lost Its Tail (Various Tribes):
- Different tribes, such as the Ojibwa and Seneca, share variations of this tale. It explains why bears have short tails and underscores the value of humility, wisdom, and respect for others.
- The Story of the Raven and the Creation of the World (Pacific Northwest Tribes):
- In Pacific Northwest indigenous cultures, the Raven plays a central role in many creation myths. These stories often describe how the Raven brought light, fire, and other essential elements to the world, teaching the importance of curiosity and resourcefulness.
- The Man in the Moon (Algonquian Tribes):
- Various Algonquian tribes have their own versions of the Man in the Moon story, where a man was placed on the moon as punishment for his selfishness or disobedience. These stories promote the values of selflessness and respecting the natural order.
- The Tale of the Little People (Hopi):
- The Hopi people tell stories of the Little People, or Kachinas, who play a role in their religious beliefs and ceremonies. These tales emphasize the importance of honoring and preserving cultural traditions.
- The Legend of the Cherokee Rose (Cherokee):
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These American Indian fairytales are just a small glimpse into the wealth of indigenous storytelling. Each tribe has its unique narratives that pass down their history, values, and traditions. When reading or sharing these stories, it's essential to do so with respect and appreciation for the cultures from which they originate. Native American folklore offers valuable insights into the spiritual and cultural heritage of these diverse communities, and it continues to be a source of inspiration and wisdom for people of all backgrounds.
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Bedtime Story Indian Fairytale Iagoo the Storyteller with Vapor Punk and Cuddles

hey everybody it's Vaper punk I'm here with my friend cuddles hello everybody I'm cuddles why are we here Vapor Punk well cuddles we've got a really really lovely bedtime story today oh how exciting Vapor Punk yes cuddles it's an American Indian fairy tale o I've never heard one of those Vapor Punk let's get comfy and snuggle up for aagu the Storyteller another Super story a todle puddle night night cuddles night night children night night vapor Punk night night
children yagu the
Storyteller there never was anyone so wise and knowing as old yagu there never was an Indian who saw and heard so much he knew the secrets of the woods and the fields and understood the language of birds and beasts all his lifelong he had lived out of doors wandering far in the forest Where the wild deer hide or skimming the Waters of the lake in his Birch Park canoe besides the things he had learned for himself yag knew much more he knew the fairy tales and the Wonder Stories told him by his grandfather who had heard them from his grandfather and so on away back to the time when the world was young and strange and there was magic in almost everything yagu was a great favorite with the children no one knew better where to find the beautiful colored shells which he strung in into necklaces for the little girls no one could teach them so well just where to look for the grasses which their Nimble fingers wo into baskets for the boys he made bows and arrows bows from the ash tree that would bend far back without breaking and arrows strong and straight from the sturdy Oak but most of all yagu won the children's hearts with his stories where did the robin get his red breast how did fire find its way into the world so that an Indian can get it out by rubbing two sticks together why was coyote the prairie wolf so much cleverer than all the other animals and why was he always looking behind him when he ran it was old yagu who could tell you where and why now winter was the time for storytelling when the snow lay deep on the ground the north wind came howling from his home in the land of ice and the cold Moon Shone from the frosty Sky it was then that the Indians gathered in The Wigwam it was then that eago sat by the fire of Blazing logs and the little boys and girls gathered round
him oo wailed The North Wind the Sparks leapt up and yagu laid Another Log on the
[Music] Fire what a mischievous old fellow was this North Wind one could almost see him his flowing hair all hung with icicles if the Wigwam were not so strong he would blow it down and if the fire were not so bright he would put it out but this Wigwam was made on purpose for just such a time as this and the forest nearby had logs to last forever so The North Wind could only Nash his teeth and say
oo one little girl more timid than the rest would draw nearer and put her hand on the old man's arm oh Iago she said just listen do you think he can hurt us have no fear answered yagu The North Wind Can Do no harm to anyone who is brave and cheerful he blusters and makes a lot of noise but at heart he is really a big coward and the fire will soon frighten him away suppose I tell you a story about it and the story Iago told we shall now tell to you the story of how shibis fooled The North
[Music] Wind
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An Artist an Artist by Sarnia de la Maré FRSA and Radio for Tale Teller Kids Poetry reading
Toddle Poddle Bedtime Stories and entertainment for little ones.
an artist an artist a Pasha do Valentine Scarlett was an artist she had been born an artist and it would always be so some days she Drew dogs and cats and people and houses some days she Drew still things and some days things that moved other days she would draw things that came from deep in her mind that others had never seen but mostly she Drew feelings Scarlett did not have to draw things because she was an artist the colors and lines and shadows would spread over the paper or canvas like Fire and Water and Air all her emotions would flood the surface like dreams and songs and Magic the energy from her heart and her very being would flow through her fingers and she would Express so many things that others could not for scarlet was an artist an artist a plumber came to the house to mend Taps and a boiler and things that dripped in an annoying fashion I am a plumber said the plumber what do you do Scarlett looked at the plumber and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the plumber I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly a lawyer came to the house to deal with legal matters to fill in lots of forms and offer many other Legal Services I am a lawyer said the lawyer what do you do Scarlett looked at the lawyer and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the lawyer I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly a mechanic came to the house to mend the car and the motorbike and to wash his hands I am a mechanic said the mechanic what do you do Scarlett looked at the mechanic and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the mechanic I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly a doctor came to the house to check everyone's heartbeat and to administer medicines I am a doctor said the doctor what do you do Scarlett looked at the doctor and said why I am an artist an artist can't you tell oh said the doctor I wish I was an artist and Scarlett smiled knowingly finally an artist came to the house to paint a mural on the bedroom wall and to mix paint and use brushes and to bring color where it was lacking I am an artist said the artist and I can tell that you are too and the artist smiled knowingly and together they said for all the world to hear we are artists we are artists

TODDLE PODDLE and Tale Teller Lids Welcome to bedtime stories chosen by Vapor Punk at Toddle Poddle!
www.tale-teller.club
Loads of cool free TV and radio for younger children. A lovely little story about a fox, very short for little ones.


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