Welcome to Silly Moo Stories. Now available on Audible.
(If you want to get straight to the stories scroll down.)

Little ones simply love a good story (or ten!). But that’s a challenge when you’re the busiest person on the planet.  Silly Moo Stories are stories that little listeners love.  Five minutes’ peace for you. The gift of imagination for your child.

Listening to stories is a pleasure that all children should experience. We want to help you support your child’s reading in a fun way. It doesn’t have to be hard work!
Our stories will improve your child’s vocabulary, help develop their reading skills and improve their concentration. Let your child close their eyes and listen.
That’s all it takes.

Which stories will you choose…

Four fairy tales 

Traditional retellings of your favourite fairy stories, plus some extra versions where the story doesn’t quite go to plan…

Jack and the magic
baked beans
A quirky retelling of that well-known fairy tale, Jack and the beanstalk. In this version, Jack has two friends to help him out of a spot of bother.

Who ate our porridge?
Goldilocks and the three bears … but mostly without Goldilocks. Some quick thinking girl-and-granny power saves the day!

The frog prince 
Would you kiss a slimy frog?

The Ugly Duckling 
A traditional retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tale.

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Four more fairy tales 

More traditional retellings of your favourite fairy stories, plus some extra versions where the story doesn’t quite go to plan…


How to catch a big, bad wolf
How Grandma defeats the big, bad wolf (with a little help from her friends). Sort of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, but not as we know it.

The little red hen
A classic tale about the little red hen who has too much work to do and no-one to help her. As true today as it’s always been.

The emperor’s new clothes
An easy-to-listen-to retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s famous story. Is anybody brave enough to speak up and tell the truth? Would you?

The gingerbread man
The story of the speedy gingerbread man, but with a slightly different ending for a change. Because nobody likes it when the main character gets his head bitten off, do they?

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Four bedtime stories

Whether you’re snuggling down on the sofa with your child or getting them to dive under the duvet, these new and original stories will make young listeners smile. Great for settling down at bedtime.

Jacob’s best-ever present
Jacob’s busy dad needs a present for his son – right NOW! Luckily, Mrs Topple knows exactly what’s needed to bring father and son together. 

Granny May comes to stay
A bedtime story about a magical night-time visit to the zoo

Who can play with
Baby Bat?
Which animals sleep all night, and which ones stay awake?
Little Bat and his friends have trouble working it out.

Tiny Teddy goes to school
It’s George’s first day at big school, but he’s a little bit scared. Who will help him feel brave, do you think?

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Four more bedtime stories

Whether you’re snuggling down on the sofa with your child or getting them to dive under the duvet, these new and original stories will make young listeners smile. Great for settling down at bedtime.

Mr Fandango and the
sprout cafe
Who doesn’t like sprouts?
Well, a lot of people, actually.
But whether you like sprouts or not, you’ll love this story!

Charlie’s magic ice skates
Charlie is very shy, and finds it difficult to make friends. Then he visits Mrs Topple’s magic toyshop and everything changes.

Mrs Marden’s magic garden
Mrs Marden moves house and discovers something unexpected about her new garden. Can it make her life better? She has to think very carefully about what to do. 

Where is Tiny Teddy? 
Oh no! George’s tiny little teddy bear has disappeared! Where can he be?

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Four Aesop’s fables

Aesop’s fables have been retold countless times during the past 2,500 years. These audio versions have been specially rewritten to appeal to young children. Perfect as bedtime stories, in the classroom, or for five minutes’ peace in the car!

The lark and the farmer 
The baby larks are about to lose their home. They find out that “If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well”.

The fox and the grapes
This story is where the phrase ‘sour grapes’ comes from. It shows us that if you can’t have something, it’s silly to pretend that you never actually wanted it.

The wolf and the goat
Can the smooth-talking wolf persuade the goat to come down from the cliff? We find out that it’s best to think carefully before doing something that we might regret.

The bear and the two travellers
Do you know who your real friends are? Two explorers set off on an adventure, but don’t get very far before they run into trouble.

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Four more Aesop’s fables

Aesop’s fables have been retold countless times during the past 2,500 years. These audio versions have been specially rewritten to appeal to young children. Perfect as bedtime stories, in the classroom, or for five minutes’ peace in the car!on

The lion and the mouse
Would you be as brave as the little mouse in this story? Even though she’s very small, she shows us that we all have the power to help someone in trouble.

The peacock and the crane
Mr Peacock is a very proud and beautiful creature. But fine feathers don’t always make fine birds as the phrase goes, and he could do with a lesson in modesty. 

The hare and the tortoise
A retelling of the classic story about an overconfident hare and a determined tortoise. You can guess who’ll win the race, can’t you?

The boy who cried ‘wolf’
A classic fable about a little boy who tells one lie too many.

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