Stories & Songs in English

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Four funny stories and six songs that children will love to listen to.
They can also sing along with the Joyeuse Chorus on the nursery rhumes they know by heart!
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    Album - Stories & Songs in English

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Conteur - Durée : 00:34:06

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    The Three Little Pigs -

    00:10:11

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Emily Wilson- Durée : 00:10:11

    Description : Once upon a time there were three little brothers. 
    Three curly-tailed pigs, round and pink in color. 

    The three little pigs were now all grown and they felt it was time to leave their home… to see the world and to roam. 

    They packed their bags with games and books, with things to drink and things to cook. 
    And each little piggy also packed his favorite object in his sack. 
    The youngest pig, the Artist, brought his pen, the middle brother, the Dancer, his violin and the oldest, the Builder… a sack of cement! 
    With their bags on their shoulders and some coins in their hands, they set out together to discover new lands. 

    They crossed fields and forests, mountains and towns till one day, by the banks of a river, they chose to settle down. Each one decided, on his own, that he would like to build himself a home. But each would build it in his own way… 

    They had not gone far when by and by the Dreamer met a farmer with a glint in his eye and a bundle of straw on his back. Quick as a whip he exchanged his coins for enough straw to build his home. And before the sun had set but once, he had built his house of straw! 

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    The Frog With A Very Big Mouth -

    00:05:44

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Emily Wilson- Durée : 00:05:44

    Description : All day long, in the pond, the frog with the VERY big mouth gulps down flies and bellows with all his might: 
    - Rrrrribit! Oh, what a lucky frooooooog am I-ibbit?! Oh my meals, the morsels, the tidbit-ibbits-ibbits. No one could ever eat better! Ribbit ribbit! 

    The frog with the very big mouth doesn’t pay much attention to anyone but himself and his bellowing hurts all his neighbors’ ears. The dragonfly can’t stand it any more and one morning she decides to tell him: 
    - (with a lisp) Bzzzz, The thing ith, I’m thure there are other animalth out-thide the pond who altho eat like printhes! 
    - Whaaaaat??? Impossible! Ribbit! I proooohibit it! Could it be-ibbit? 
    - Yeth, yeth. Go thee for yourthelf! 

    With a single jump, the frog with the very big mouth hops out of the pond, on his way to find any animals that eat better than him. Behind a bush, he meets a very elegant rabbit with a funny hat. He asks him: 
    - Hellooooo there – ribbit. Who are you? 
    - (British accent) Hello. I am the rabbit. 
    - And what do you eat rabbit - ribbit? 
    - Carrots with spinach! 
    - Ha! Ribbit… I can’t believe it! 

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    The Lion With Bad Breath -

    00:04:29

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Emily Wilson- Durée : 00:04:29

    Description : The lion < roar > king of the animals, roars as he walks up and down the hallways of his palace. < roar > 

    But the lion has terrible breath. He never ever brushes his teeth. 
    His breath smells like a barrel of rotten fish! 
    And everybody hides when he comes their way. 
    The lion is offended. 
    And since he doesn’t have many friends, he goes to see his counsellors, the camel, the cat and the jackal. 
    - Tell me camel, do I truly have bad breath? And he roars in the camel’s face. 

    The camel gags, < gulp> his hump is all shaken up. 
    - Uhhh… oh… ah… well, your Majesty… I don’t know if I dare… 
    - Yes, yes. Speak your mind. It’s an order! 
    - Well. The thing is… it doesn’t exactly smell like roses. 
    - Traitor! How dare you ridicule me?! 
    And < BAM! > with one fell swoop, the lion throws the camel to the crocodiles. 

    Next the lion turns to the cat. 

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    The Little Red Hen -

    00:03:17

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Emily Wilson- Durée : 00:03:17

    Description : There are brown hens, and white hens and speckled hens a-plenty. But this little hen was a little red hen who pecked at the ground with her little yellow beak until one day she pecked at a little grain. A little grain of wheat. What a surprise. What a treat. She looked around and asked the other animals: 

    - Who would like to help me plant this grain of wheat? 
    The pig, the goose and mouse who all happened to be walking by exclaimed: 
    - < pig voice > Not I! 
    - < goose voice > Not I! 
    - < mouse voice > Not I! 
    - Oh well, I shall have to plant it by myself then, said the little red hen. 

    The little red farmer hen planted her grain of wheat. She covered it with dirt and watered it. 
    Time, sun and rain did their work and the grain grew up, yellow and ripe. 

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    Three Hungry Billy Goats -

    00:06:09

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Emily Wilson- Durée : 00:06:09

    Description : Once upon a time, far, far away in the mountains of Norway, lived three billy goats who loved to graze on fresh green grass. The billy goats were brothers one, two, three. The youngest, Pipsqueak, was small and thin. 
    The middle one, Roly-Poly, was heavy and plump. And the oldest one, Brawny, was big and strong. As summer turned to autumn, there was less and less grass in the valley and the three hungry billy goats were getting hungrier. One day, the brothers spied far away on the top of a mountain, the greenest, freshest grass they had ever laid eyes on. (YUM) Just the thing to fill their tummies for the coming winter! Pipsqueak, Roly-Poly and Brawny set out on the path towards the green, green grass… (Clip-Clop, Clip-Clop, Clip-Clop) But no sooner had they taken four steps, than an icy river blocked their path. 
    The gushing river was much too wide to jump over, even for three nimble billy goats. Luckily, there was a sturdy, wooden bridge that could take them from one side to the next. But this was not just any bridge. Under this bridge lived a mean, ugly troll with eyes that flashed like fire, fat fingers with razor sharp nails and a pointy nose with a big, fat, hairy wart on the end of it. 

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    Bingo -

    00:00:59

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Tenzin, Félix, Jaya- Durée : 00:00:59

    Description : There was a farmer who had a dog, 
    And Bingo was his name-o. 

    B-I-N-G-O B-I-N-G-O B-I-N-G-O 

    And Bingo was his name-o. 
    There was a farmer who had a dog, 
    And Bingo was his name-o. 

    (clap)-I-N-G-O (clap)-I-N-G-O (clap)-I-N-G-O 
    And Bingo was his name-o. 
    There was a farmer who had a dog, 
    And Bingo was his name-o. 

    (clap)-(clap)-N-G-O (clap)-(clap)-N-G-O (clap)-(clap)-N-G-O 

    And Bingo was his name-o. 
    There was a farmer who had a dog, 
    And Bingo was his name-o. 

    (clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-O (clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-O 

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    Head, Shoulders Knees and Toes -

    00:00:16

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Tenzin, Félix, Jaya- Durée : 00:00:16

    Description : Head, shoulders, knees and toes, 
    Knees and toes. 

    Head, shoulders, knees and toes, 
    Knees and toes. 

    And eyes, and ears, and mouth, 
    And nose. 

    Head, shoulders, knees and toes, 
    Knees and toes.

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    Itsy Bitsy Spider -

    00:00:17

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Tenzin, Félix, Jaya- Durée : 00:00:17

    Description : The itsy, bitsy spider climbed up the water spout. 

    Down came the rain and washed the spider out. 

    Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, 

    So the itsy, bitsy spider went up the spout again.

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    Old Macdonald Had A Farm -

    00:01:38

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Tenzin, Félix, Jaya- Durée : 00:01:38

    Description : Old MacDonald had a farm 

    E-I-E-I-O 

    And on his farm he had a cow 

    E-I-E-I-O 

    With a moo moo here 
    And a moo moo there 
    Here a moo, there a moo 
    Everywhere a moo moo 
    Old MacDonald had a farm 

    E-I-E-I-O 

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    The Wheels On The Bus -

    00:01:06

    Éditeur : Joyeuse- Auteur : Valérie Latour-Burney- Conteur : Tenzin, Félix, Jaya- Durée : 00:01:06

    Description : The wheels on the bus go Round and round, Round and round, Round and round. 
    The wheels on the bus go Round and round, all day long. 

    The wipers on the bus go Swish, swish, swish; Swish, swish, swish; Swish, swish, swish. 
    The wipers on the bus go Swish, swish, swish, all day long. 

    The horn on the bus goes Beep, beep, beep; Beep, beep, beep; Beep, beep, beep. 
    The horn on the bus goes Beep, beep, beep, all day long. 

    The children on the bus go Chatter, chatter, chatter; Chatter, chatter, chatter; Chatter, chatter, chatter. 
    The children on the bus go Chatter, chatter, chatter, all day long. 

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