• Wacky Stories

  • 10 Short Stories for Kids
  • By: Julie Harper
  • Narrated by: Michael Pauley
  • Length: 33 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 04-14-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Julie Harper
  • 1.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Enjoy some fun and wacky short stories. Are you ready to hear your kids giggle through some amusing stories?


Story 1. Kids will enjoy these strange animal noises. They're fun to make, too.
Story 2. The suspense builds as everybody except for Santa comes out of a fireplace.
Story 3. There are some funny things in this pond.
Story 4. Wacky tastes are the feature of this story.
Story 5. Sea creatures are doing something strange.
Story 6. You won't believe what's laughing.
Story 7. It's the silliest zoo that you'll ever visit.
Story 8. What do you do when your reflection won't cooperate?
Story 9. A princess saves a knight in distress, but that's not the wacky part.
Story 10. Imagine the power of this super remote control.
The stories are short enough to keep kids focused on the story and to not seem overwhelming. Each story is followed by four optional multiple choice questions designed to assess basic reading comprehension and reasoning skills. After a moment, the correct answer is given: Please press the pause button if you wish to think about the question before hearing the answer. Each story is followed by a storytelling prompt, which can be used to try and get kids to tell (or write, if you supply some paper) their own wacky stories.
May your children or students learn to love reading and make it a lifelong habit.
©2015 Julie Harper (P)2015 Julie Harper
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