Felix the Dinosaur was the smallest dinosaur in his herd but he could run very fast. Everyone was always saying “slow down, Felix!” But he never listened. One day, Felix’s speed finally helped the herd and they never asked him to slow down again.
Buster Bunny and his friends are having a dress up day at school. Their teacher has brought costumes for them to dress up as people who lived a long time ago. They need to choose a costume and then make something to share with the class. They’re all excited to get started.
Buster Bunny loves to read and now his teacher has asked him to write a story. He is excited to get started but he can’t think of anything to write about. He grabs his notebook and heads out with his friends to look for ideas.
Sheryl is preparing for a round the world trip this week and her gear is already on a boat somewhere in the pacific, so Marlena is filling in to share a story called “The Two Rabbits.” Marlena talks pretty fast so you might have to listen closely, and just in case this new speed makes it harder for you to relax, we’ve included some quiet music at the end.
The lazy giant is very mean and lazy and no one wants to work for him. One day he finds some children and carries them to his castle so they can serve him and take care of him. The children do everything for the mean, lazy giant until one rainy day.
Winnie the witch is getting ready for her birthday. She sends out invitations, makes a dress for herself, and prepares the yard for her party. She wants to have a surprise at her party but she ends up getting an unexpected surprise.
A baby is born and just as the parents are going to give him a name a wise man arrives at their door telling him their son is very special and they should not name him yet. He is called nameless until he decides he needs a name and sets out to get one.
The witch has an ugly daughter who is always looking in the mirror trying to make herself more beautiful. She tries everything she can think of. One day her mom asks her to look after the cauldron while she is gone. The witches daughter finds out where true beauty comes from.
About Sleep Tight Stories
Sleep Tight Stories brings you new and captivating bedtime stories every week. The stories range from retellings of fairy tales, folk stories, classic Canadian works, and original stories written by guest authors. Each episode is usually less than 20 minutes long and suitable for kids of all ages.
Sleep Tight Stories is produced by Sheryl and Clark MacLeod.