Planet Storytime Podcast

Stellar Classics - PSP29

av Planet Storytime Podcast | Publicerades 7/24/2020

Welcome back to Planet Storytime!In this episode of the podcast, we give you Stellar Classics, five of our favorite, timeless stories from our favorite children's writers from our catalog:How The Rhinoceros Got His Skin by Rudyard KiplingHow The Camel Got His Hump by Rudyard KiplingThe Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher by Beatrix PotterThe Selfish Giant by Oscar WildeThe Emperor's New Clothes by Hans Christian AndersenAs with all of our previous Stellar podcasts, this episode features chapter markers, making it very easy to navigate to your favorite stories.UPDATES:We have many new stories in production at the moment and will be back with new episodes in the next couple of weeks.   Stay tuned because we have some exciting stories we're about to release!Huge thanks to all of our worldwide audience for your continued support!   And for those of you who have taken time out of your day to provide us support on Patreon, we are humbled, and grateful to all of you - thank you!Please be safe and kind and never stop believing in youself!Tom and PaxSupport the show (

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The Planet Storytime Podcast (PSP) is a wonderful story narration and music program for kids of all ages that provides listeners the invitation and opportunity to use their imaginations to see all the things they're hearing in each of our shows. We divide our time between providing fully original content and adaptations of timeless classics. Thomas Mitchell provides amazing narration while Paxton Stanley provides all the music and sound effects. Bringing these two talents together creates wonderful artistic synergy and great programs in the same spirit as Fred Rogers and Sesame Street. Great for bedtime, short/long road trips, or family sit-downs in the living room, PSP provides stories that appeal to all races, religions, and identities with a focus on building confidence, tolerance, and the belief that through hard work and self-awareness, anything is possible!