Podcast Description

June 9, 2009 at 9:53 am Leave a comment

Tales from the Heart is a children’s tale podcast. Twice a month a new children’s tale is produced with a Latino touch in each story.

The goal of these podcasts is to provide the children and the adult audience with new tales, bed stories and fairy tales that include a Latino culture touch. The stories are developed in places like Chile, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Guatemala and other parts of the American Continent. Some of the stories also touch on the environment and global social issues and some are pure fairy tales that take place on beautiful places all over the American Continent with new fairy creatures as well as magic.

Each story will provide a summary and a complete script of each story.  The podcast will vary from 5 to 15 minutes depending on the story. All stories will include at least one image as a reference point.

The audiences of these podcast are children, parents, teachers, grandparents and other family members who would like to share these stories with children.

Podcast Show Notes: Latin American Fairy Tales, Children Tales from the Heart, Short Stories for Children, Bedtime Stories.

Current Stories

The Landes Show Notes: Three magical creatures call Landes live in harmony in The Andes Mountains of South America. They must help a princess to re-claim her kingdom taken away from her by her evil uncle and Wekefu an evil Lande who hates humans and wants to create war among the two biggest kingdoms of the south, the Kingdom of Argent and the Kingdom of Chiloe.

Raka, the Cave Boy Show Notes: A cave boy enters a cave, the secret place of the Gods… He will travel to the future, finding his way all the way to the fabulous city of New York during a Halloween night. Would he survive the city? Would he find help to get back home?


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