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From the legendary writers like Beatrix Potter, Grimm Brothers and Watty Piper to name a few, Chimes Radio brings to you children stories of Cindrella, Snowdrops and Seven Dwarfs, Puss in Boots, Alice in Wonderland, Goldilocks and Three Bears, The Tale Of Peter Rabbit, Little Red Riding Hood, Aladdin and Magic Lamp, Goose Girl, Sleeping Beauty and many more. Enjoy these all time Classic English tales in our kids bedtime stories section and let your own imagination shape your vision of the st ...
 
Whether you like a good bedtime story to unwind and relax, or a great tale during chores, or your commute to work, these great classic stories from the nineteenth, early twentieth century and before are just the thing. This is a show preserving old fashioned kids stories, of adventure, challenges, or learning, for modern day story lovers of all ages. Follow for great stories for children to adults! http://acresoft.contactinbio.com 1 John 2:2 Ways You Can Show Your Support: ➡️👛 https://cointr ...
 
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And as Jesus passed by, He saw a man which was blind from his birth. And His disciples asked Him, saying, Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind? Jesus answered, Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him. I must work the works of Him that sent Me, while it …
 
One sweet June morning an expectant group gathered in the shade of the vine-wreathed porch of Miss Stanhope's pretty cottage. It consisted of that good lady herself Mr. and Mrs. Keith and their eight children, all attired in neat traveling costume, and awaiting the coming of the stage coach which was to carry them the first step of their journey—to…
 
Written by: Flora Annie Steel Once there lived a baron, who was great at foretelling the future. When he had a son, he checked his fortune and found out that he was destined to marry a very poor girl. He traced this to-be pride and bought the girl child from the poor parents who were already saddled with 5 kids. He threw the girl in the river but t…
 
"Now," said Mildred, taking up her sewing again, "I must work fast to make up for lost time, for I've set my heart on finishing this dress of Ada's to-day."The words had scarcely left her lips when there came a loud crash and scream from the hall, followed by a sound of tumbling and rolling.Up sprang mother, aunt and sister, scattering scissors, th…
 
This episode is a brief overview of the changes to English language and literature wrought by the Norman Conquest in 1066. Interstitial Correction: She Who Must Be Obeyed Music: "Rejoice" (GF Handel) perf. Advent Chamber Orchestra; "Medieval Flute" (Carlos Carty) Support the showKirjoittanut Matthew McDonough
 
The striking of the town clock, the ringing of bells, the blowing of whistles and "the schoolboy's glad shout" announced the noontide hour.A sound of coming footsteps, of happy, young voices, an opening of doors, letting in fresh breezes from without, and with them two bright, blooming, merry little girls and a lad between them and Mildred in age, …
 
A spring morning in 1830 winter's icy breath exchanged for gentle breezes; a faint tinge of yellow green on the woods but now so brown and bare; violets and anemones showing their pretty modest faces by the roadside; hill and valley clothed with verdure, rivulets dancing and singing, the river rolling onward in majestic gladness; apple, peach and c…
 
And Jesus said, I am the good Shepherd: the good Shepherd giveth His life for the sheep. But he that is a hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth; and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep. The hireling fleeth, because he is a hireling, and careth not for the s…
 
Now, the people of England had been on tiptoe for some days with eagerness, waiting to welcome the heroine of the Crimea back to her native shores. They would give her such a reception as no one had ever yet had in that land of hospitality and welcomings. She should have bells and cannon and bonfires, processions and deputations and addresses—she s…
 
The sun soared over the gulf, where the water, covered with ships at anchor, and with sail- and row-boats in motion, played merrily in its warm and luminous rays. A light breeze, which scarcely shook the leaves of the stunted oak bushes that grew beside the signal station, filled the sails of the boats, and made the waves ripple softly. On the othe…
 
In May, 1855, Miss Nightingale decided to go to the Crimea, to inspect the hospitals there. In the six months spent at Scutari, she had brought its hospitals into excellent condition; now she felt that she must see what was being done and what still needed to be done elsewhere. Accordingly she set sail in the ship Robert Lowe, accompanied by her fa…
 
O the long and dreary winter!O the cold and cruel winter!Ever thicker, thicker, thickerFroze the ice on lake and river,Ever deeper, deeper, deeperFell the snow o'er all the landscape, Fell the covering snow, and driftedThrough the forest, round the village... #story #kidstory AcreSoft Story Classic ✝️❣️🗺️ acresoft.com cointr.ee/acresoft…
 
Whene'er a noble deed is wrought, Whene'er is spoken a noble thought,Our hearts, in glad surprise,To higher levels rise.The tidal wave of deeper souls Into our inmost being rolls,And lifts us unawaresOut of all meaner cares.Honor to those whose words or deedsThus help us in our daily needs,And by their overflowRaise us from what is low!Thus thought…
 
Miss Nightingale arrived at Scutari on November 4th. You have seen what she found; but there was worse to come. Only twenty-four hours after her arrival, the wounded from the battle of Inkerman began to come in; soon every inch of room in both the Barrack and the General hospital was full, and men by hundreds were lying on the muddy ground outside,…
 
The Barrack Hospital at Scutari was just what its name implies. It was built for soldiers to live in, and was big enough to take in whole regiments. Surrounding the four sides of a quadrangle, each one of its sides was nearly a quarter of a mile long, and it was believed that twelve thousand men could be exercised in the great central court. Three …
 
Then shall the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins which took their lamps, and went forth to meet the bridegroom. And five of them were wise, and five were foolish. They that were foolish took their lamps, and took no oil with them. But the wise took oil in their vessels with their lamps. White the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered a…
 
Although actually a suburb of Constantinople, Scutari is a town in itself, and a large and ancient one. In the earliest times of the great Persian monarchy, it was called Chrysopolis, the Golden City. Its present name means in Persian a courier who carries royal orders from station to station; that is because the place has always, from its earliest…
 
In this short bonus episode, I wish to engage your help! The Anglo-Saxons loved riddles and nearly a hundred survive. Here are four. I'd love to hear your answers! Often I war with waves, battle the winds, strive against both at once, meaning to find the ground wave-covered. Home is estranged from me— I am strong of struggle, if stilled. If I fail,…
 
Mr. Sidney Herbert (afterwards Lord Herbert of Lea) was at this time at the head of the War Department in England. He was a man of noble nature and tender heart, whose whole life was spent in doing good, and in helping those who needed help. He heard with deep distress the dreadful tidings of suffering that came from the Crimea, and his heart respo…
 
Willie, fold your little hands;Let it drop—that "soldier" toy;Look where father's picture stands—Father, that here kissed his boyNot a month since—father kind... #story #kidsstory AcreSoft Story Classic ✝️❣️🗺️ acresoft.com cointr.ee/acresoft
 
Miss Nightingale spent two periods of training at Kaiserswerth. When she left it finally, good Pastor Fliedner laid his hands on her head and gave her his blessing in simple and earnest words; and she carried with her the love and good wishes of all the pious and benevolent community.I wish we had a picture of her in her deaconess costume. The blue…
 
Step by step, and all unconsciously, Florence Nightingale had been training her hand and eye to follow the dictates of her keen mind and loving heart. Now, grown a young woman, she began to think seriously how she should apply this training. What should she do with her life? Should she go on like her friends, in the quiet pleasant ways of country l…
 
It soon became a recognized thing in Florence's own home and in all the neighborhood, that she was one of the Sisters of Mercy. Nothing was too small, no creature too humble to awaken her sympathy and tenderness. When the stable cat had kittens, Florence was the first to visit them, to fondle the tiny creatures and soothe their mother's angry fear.…
 
Written by: Flora Annie Steel Once upon a time, there lived a rich man who wanted a boy for a child. When his wife gave birth to a girl, he decided never to see the face of his daughter again. The daughter grew up into a beautiful lady and when she was 18, an old man came to marry her. On advice, she asked the old man to first give her a silver coa…
 
There were a good many thousands of boys in England at that time, in the Twenties and Thirties, who might have been badly off when the terrible Fifties came, if Florence Nightingale had not played with her dolls.Florence Nightingale loved her dolls dearly, and took the greatest possible care of them; and yet they were always delicate and given to s…
 
One evening, some time after the Crimean War of 1854-55, a company of military and naval officers met at dinner in London. They were talking over the war, as soldiers and sailors love to do, and somebody said: "Who, of all the workers in the Crimea, will be longest remembered?"Each guest was asked to give his opinion on this point, and each one wro…
 
Leaving Lightfoot and Slicko talking together in the woods, we will go back a little while and see what is happening in the shanty near the rocks, where Mike Malony lived with his widowed mother. Mike came in one day, after a long search through the park. Though it was several weeks since Lightfoot had run away the boy never gave up hope that, some…
 
And Jesus answered and spake unto them again by parables, and said, The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king, which made a marriage for his son, and sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden to the wedding: and they would not come. Again, he sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them which are bidden, Behold, I have prepared …
 
They say that not all those who wander are lost. Well, two of the most famous poems of the Anglo-Saxon era are about wandering and seeking. We'll discuss "The Wanderer" and "The Seafarer" from the Exeter Book, which not only take us into the minds of the seekers, but also show us evidence of the tremendous changes afoot as England begins to embrace…
 
Lightfoot and Dido stood looking at one another for a few seconds. It was the first time the goat had ever seen a bear, for though there were wild animals in the park where Mike used to drive him, Lightfoot had never been taken near the bear dens. But it was not the first time Dido had seen a goat.“Do you like raspberries?” asked Dido, pulling a br…
 
Without stopping to look back at the canal boat from which he had escaped, Lightfoot ran on through the bushes, and soon found himself in some woods. He was afraid some one from the boat might run after him, and take him back there.“Not that it was such a bad place,” thought the goat, as he went in and out among the trees; “but it is no fun to be i…
 
Lightfoot, down in the hold of the canal boat, felt the craft slipping through the water easily. He was being carried with it.“Well, this is not so bad, for a start,” thought the goat. “It is much easier than riding in a wagon, as I once did.”When Lightfoot was a small goat, before he had come to live with Mike and his mother, he remembered being t…
 
With a heart that beat hard and fast after his long run, Lightfoot, the goat, crouched down in a dark corner of the hold in the canal boat.“My!” thought poor Lightfoot as he curled up in as small a space as he could. “I got away from them just in time. I hope they don’t find me.”He listened with his ears pointed forward, just as a horse does when h…
 
And Jesus spake this parable: There was a certain householder, which planted a vineyard, and hedged it round about, and digged a winepress in it, and built a tower, and let it out to husbandmen, and went into a far country: and when the time of the fruit drew near, he sent his servants to the husbandmen, that they might receive the fruits of it. An…
 
The park where Lightfoot, the leaping goat, had worked with Mike for several weeks, giving rides to children, was quite a large one. There were many paths in it, and driveways. There were also patches of woods, and places where the bushes grew in tangled clumps, making many hiding places.“I’d better hide myself for a while,” thought Lightfoot, for,…
 
When Mike had quieted his joy and happiness down a bit, he explained to his mother how it had come about. It seemed that as he was driving Lightfoot about, hitched to the cart, and giving a number of children a ride on a quiet street, a man had come up to Mike.“I have a goat stand in the park,” the man explained. “I own a number of goats and wagons…
 
Lightfoot, the leaping goat, who was cropping the sweet grass on top of the rocks from which he had once made his great jump, looked down in the yard near the shanty and saw his master Mike busy over something new.“I wonder what that is?” thought Lightfoot to himself, for goats and other animals wonder and are curious about things, as you can tell …
 
With a clang of the bell the trolley car came to a stop, the motorman putting the brakes on hard. Then he jumped off the front platform and ran to where the little girl had sat down in the grass at the side of the tracks. She had sat down rather hard, for Lightfoot had pushed her with more force than he intended. He was so anxious to get her out of…
 
For a few seconds after Lightfoot had been tossed into the ditch full of weeds the goat could not get up or even move. The trolley car clanged on its way down the tracks.“What happened?” asked some of the passengers.“Oh, a goat got on the track and the motorman had to knock him off,” explained the conductor.“I hope you didn’t hurt him,” said a litt…
 
The kingdom of heaven is as a man travelling into a far country, who called his own servants, and delivered unto them his goods. And unto one he gave five talents, to another two, and to another one; to every man according to his several ability; and straightway took his journey. Then he that had received the five talents went and traded with the s…
 
Mr. Sharp-horn, the man-goat, was so surprised at what Lightfoot had done in leaping over the edge of the cliff that, for a second, he did not know what to do. Indeed Sharp-horn, who was running very fast, could hardly stop in time to save himself from sliding over.“Look out there, Lightfoot!” he called. “I didn’t mean to make you do that. I wouldn…
 
In this episode, we talk about the first major text in English: the epic Beowulf. In addition to summarizing the tale, we'll also ask why a Christian monk would feel the need to preserve an oral pagan legend by transcribing it: why does Beowulf even exist? Music: "Rejoice" (G.F. Handel) perf. Advent Chamber Orchestra, "Dies Irae" perf. Dee Yan Key;…
 
Lightfoot stamped his hoofs on the hard rocks, shook his horns, wiggled the little bunch of whiskers that hung beneath his chin, and called to another goat who was not far away:“I’m going up on the high rocks!”“Oh, you’d better not,” said Blackie. “If you go up there you may slip and fall down here and hurt yourself, or some of the big goats may ch…
 
The storm was over and the rain drops on tree, shrub and flower, glittered like untold wealth of diamonds in the bright rays of the newly risen sun, as Clendenin and Nell walked down the street together.There was nothing in the looks or manner of either to excite curiosity or suspicion in those who saw them pass.He left her at her brother's door wi…
 
Evening was closing in upon the Scioto valley after a day of incessant rain often accompanied by sharp flashes of lightning and heavy peals of thunder; the streets were flooded, the trees, shrubbery, all things not under shelter, were dripping with moisture; and still the rain fell in torrents and at intervals the thunder crashed overhead, waking t…
 
No, Marian was not quite alone; her four-footed friend and protector would not forsake her, though for a time he seemed divided between the duty of watching over her and succoring Kenneth. When the latter fell, Caius sprang forward with a loud bark, as with the double purpose to save him and to avenge him upon his cowardly assailant; but Marian's c…
 
The kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is a householder, which went out early in the morning to hire laborers into his vineyard. And when he had agreed with the laborers for a penny a day, he sent them into his vineyard. And he went out about the third hour, and saw others standing idle in the market-place, and said unto them, Go ye also int…
 
"One thing more, mother, before Marian joins us," Kenneth said, breaking a pause in the conversation; "she surely need know nothing of the discovery we have made. I once at her earnest request told her of the doubt, and she was sorely distressed by it; to use her own expression, could hardly endure the thought that I might not be her very own broth…
 
Clendenin's heart beat quickly between hope and fear. He was nearing the home of his childhood and knew not in what state he should find the dear ones there, for he had had no later news of them than that contained in the letter written so many weeks ago, and received the night before he left Chillicothe.He had pressed on as rapidly as circumstance…
 
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