A Complete List of Stories

Search engines prefer I separate my tales into specific grades ... which I have done. However, this is a false way to approach stories - especially for family reading. For instance, some tales are readable to a kindergarten or grade one child, but are also relevant to a much older child, even a youth or adult. With this in mind, I have sorted my tales into groups of youngest-oldest. The age appropriateness criteria are those used in Waldorf education - approximately and in my opinion. You might order the material differently.

© Copyright notice: These stories are for my readers to view, print or download for their personal or family reading. Teachers can use them as working material for classes they personally teach. No further application, use, transmission or reproduction in any form whatsoever is allowed without the written permission of the author.

Kindergarten to Grade One
 

The Adventure of Willy Worm
The Blue Cave
The Brown Gnome
The House that Dakota built – a birthday tale
The House that Robin built – a birthday tale

Kindergarten to Grade Two
 

How the Flat Field became Beautiful
Hungry Wungry looks for Foodie Wooodie – a Silly Willy tale
King Red and the White Snow
Kingly the Inch Worm – an animal tale
The Cat and Mouse – a fable
The Giant, the Crows, the Cow and the Moon
The Legend of Oak Knoll Warren
The Life of a Leaf – a nature tale
The Orange Gnome from Spain
The Pumpkin, Mister Big – a Halloween tale (version 1)
The Pumpkin, Mister Big – a Halloween tale (version 2 for puppetry)
The Tale of None
Tiptoes Tells How She Was Born

Kindergarten to Grade Three
 

Big-stamp Two-toes the Barefoot Giant
Boo-hoo Blue
CC, JJ and the Pumpkin Dogs – a Halloween tale
Der allerschoenste Drache in der Welt – a Michaelmas tale
Farmer Yikes and his Chickens and Lettuce
Itchy Witchy, Scratchy Watchy and Tickle Wickle – a Silly Willy tale
Jack Frost's Tale
Long Legs the Spider – a yarn
Looking for Peekaboo – a Silly Willy smiling tale
Lucky Ducky went for a Waddle – a preposition tale
Mister Big and the Gophers – a Halloween shadow puppet play
Mosey Dawdle asks a Question – a questioning tale
Peekaboo goes Fishing – a Silly Willy tale
Saint Martin's Light – a Martinmas tale
Silly Willy looks for Foodie-Wooodie – a Silly Willy preposition tale
Silly Willy looks for Hungry Wungry – a Silly Willy preposition tale
The African Elephant bears All – an upbuilding tale – African animals
The Buffalo bears All – an upbuilding tale – North American animals
The Bull bears All – an upbuilding tale
The Burden Bull of Scotland – a Christmas tale
The Firefly's Story – a nature tale
The Fly and the Butter
The Green Elf
The Indian Elephant bears All – an upbuilding tale – Indian animals
The Lamb, the Ram and the Wolf – a fable
The last time Shady Slim rode on Mosey Dawdle’s back – a fable
The Lion and I – a poem
The Most Beautiful Dragon in the Whole World – a Michaelmas tale
The Myth of Ella-jah – an animal creation myth
The Myth of Ella-jah – an animal creation myth (translated into Hebrew)
The Puddle Nixie
The Rambling Rose and the Fir Tree – a Christmas story
The Rat and the Cat – a fun tale and 1st or 2nd grade reader
The Roo bears All – an upbuilding tale – Australian animals
The Rosy Princess and the Yellow Elf
The Rosy Princess and the Yellow Elf (translated into Hebrew)
The Sad Tale of Forget-me-not
The saddest Slug Tale in the Whole Wide World
The saddest Slug Tale in the Whole Wide World (translated into Hebrew)
The Tale of Crystal Fire – a myth
The Toad under the Stone
The Visit
The World Egg ~ or ~ Creation according to Madam Two Pecks
There was an old Woman – a poem
When Mary goes walking – a poem
Why Babies do cry – a Silly Willy tale
Why Cows do have four Legs – a Silly Willy tale
Why Cows do wear Bells – a Silly Willy tale
Why Worms have no Legs – a Silly Willy tale

Kindergarten to Grown Ups

1st Advent: The Festival of Stones
2nd Advent: The Festival of Plants
3rd Advent: The Myth of Ella-jah
4th Advent: The Festival of Light

Adam makes a Pot for Evening Star (a companion tale to The Adam Child)
Foodie Woodie and Hungry Wungry – a Silly Willy preposition tale
Peter and the Sea Maiden

Read 1st - Mosey Dawdle wins by a Nap
Read 2nd - Speedy Weedy, Mosey Dawdle and Hungry Coyote
Read 3rd - Speedy Weedy, Mosey Dawdle and the Ghost of Hungry Coyote
Read 4th - Speedy Weedy, Mosey Dawdle and Roger Dodger’s Fingers and Toes
Read 5th - Mosey Dawdle wins by a Tail
Read 6th - The long and short Race of Speedy Weedy and Mosey Dawdle
Read 7th - The final Race of Speedy-Weedy and Mosey Dawdle

Speedy-Weedy and Painted Shell – a fable
Sylph Song – a poem
The Adam Child
The Adam Child (translated into Hebrew)
The Cow with Poetry in her Tracks – a poem
The Festival of the Christmas Child from The Festival of Stones
The Flea speaks! – a riddle tale
The Little Starry Bird - an Easter tale
The Owl and I – a poem
What the fire fairies said – a poem

Grade One to Grade Three
 

Boy Yellow and Girl Blue – a color tale
Hopalot and Hungry Fox
How Birds do fly – a Silly Willy tale
How Children come to Be – an incarnation tale
How Cows do jump over the Moon – a Silly Willy tale
How Cows do Moo – a Silly Willy tale
How Milk is made – a Silly Willy tale
Lilac lived in Lala Land – a color tale
The Angel – an angel tale with a twist
The Butterfly and the Flower
The Butterfly King
The Donkey and the Rat Race – a fable
The Elephant and I – a poem
The Frog and the Fish – a poem
The Fox who Knew almost Everything – a fable
The Frog and the Dragonfly – a fable
The Gift – an Easter story, of sorts
The Life of a Tree – a nature tale
The Sun and the Butterfly
The Tale of Bump
The Tale of Stick
The Tale of the Scissors
The Tallest Flower
The telling Tale of the Cup – a fable
The tragic Tale of the Plate
The Twelve Wise Owls and the Wolf – a fable
The Yellow Elf and the Sun
There's a Rhino in my Tea – a Silly Willy tale
Why Cows do moo at the Moon – a Silly Willy humorous tale
Why Cows have beautiful Eyes – a Silly Willy tale

Grade One to Grade Four
 

A Child's Creation Myth
A thousand black-eyed Babes – a riddle
Alphabet verse #1
Alphabet Verse #2
Hop-o-Lay Grasshopper – a poem from The Lost Lagoon
Jellyfish Wish – a poem
Kites
Peekaboo's Bicycle – a Silly Willy tale
Riddles from 'The Lost Lagoon'
The Cow, the Magpie and the scallywag Tramp
The Elephant's Psalm
The Frog Princess - faithfulness and transformation
The Midsummer Mouse
The Salmon's Tale
The Tale of Pixie Purple
Why Tomatoes do be Red – a Silly Willy joke

Grade One to Grown Ups
 

A very short Alphabet tale #1
A very short Alphabet Tale #2
Dilly Dally goes to School
Sahwah and Berry Blue – a mystery tale
The Bull, the Lion, the Eagle, and the Man with Wings – a riddle tale
The Dragon Princess
The first Snowdrops – the soul's connection to nature
The Girl who asked Questions
The Piano, the Mouth Organ and the Drum
The Real Story of the Easter Bunny
The Real Story of the Thanksgiving Turkey
The Starry Bird – an Easter tale
The Tale of Glasses Two – a mystery tale
The Tale of Turana
The Three Butterflies – a story of love
The tiny Tractor Lawn Mower, the Vacuum and the Cell Phone
The true Frog Prince
The Turnip Princess – a translated and retold fairytale
Tiptoes meets the Sunset Angels – text and poem
Undine's Daughter – a poem

Grade Two to Grade Four
 

A Mess of Microtales
Ish the Fish and the Fisherman
Mosey Dawdle's Lesson
Mosey Dawdle makes the World
Mosey Dawdle's Secret
Sloth's Nomyth
The Bedbug's Tale
The Blue Red Bird
The Giraffe's Creation Myth
The Green Bird
The Mole's Creation Myth
The Snail's Creation Myth
The Sparrow's Psalm to God
The Straw that broke the Camel's Back - a fable, of sorts. Grade two to four, thereabouts. 2 pages
The Tale of the Three Skunks – a fable

Grade Two to Grown Ups
 

Bitterfly and Butterfly – a fable
Harvest Song – a poem
Ish the Fish at the Swimming Pool – a mystery tale
Ish the Fish in the Gardens – a mystery tale
Ish the Fish swims along the Shore – a mystery tale
Swan and Snake – a poem
The Ant's Act – a fable
The Snake's Creation Myth
The Two Crows and the Sun – a mystery tale
The Walnut Tree
We've always been together – a riddle

Grade Three to Grade Five
 

The Horse Girl

Grade Three to Grown Ups
 

1st life - The Nine Lives of Pinrut the Turnip Boy
2nd life - The Nine Lives of Pinrut the Turnip Boy
3rd life - The Nine Lives of of Pinrut the Turnip Boy
4th life - The Nine Lives of Pinrut the Turnip Boy. See the book for more lives! :)
Adam went a-picking Apples – an apologue
Rat dreams Bat – a poem
The Eagle's Hymn to the Light
The Legend of Noroombangadingdongdilly Billabong
The Silver Maiden
The So-la Bird – a mystic tale
The Tale of Twice
trees rush leaves plush – a poem
What really happened in the Gorgeous Garden ~ or ~ How that pesky mosquito, Little Sword, caused the Fall of Man

Grade Four to Grown Ups
 

Mosey Dawdle and the Great Snake
The Butterfly's Creation Myth
The Coconut's Tale
The four Seasons – a poem
The Orange Balloon – a satirical tale of the 2016 American election
What the Matter-Gnomes said – a poem

Grade Five to Grown Ups
 

aloft among almonds – a poem
Cow's Contemplation – a poem
Ish the Fish and the River of Being – a mystery tale
King Sangara’s Horse – a shadow puppet play from Ancient India
The How of the Great Blue Heron
The Pencil Writer
Three Pennies

Grade Six to Grown Ups
 

All-encompassing Angel Blue – a color tale
Birds of two Feathers – a fable
Mosey Dawdle visits the Waters
Mosey Dawdle went for a Wander
The Prude and Nude – a poem
There's a Tree outside my House
Truth, Beauty and Goodness go for a Walk
Truth, Beauty, Goodness and GMOs

Grade Seven to Grown Ups
 

an afternoon spider – a poem
Cops and Ducks – a satire
e.e.c – a poem
I thought the trees spoke to me – a poem
Ish the Fish and the Mother of Stone
Ish the Fish in the Land of Angels
Ish the Fish swims the Drag
Moments 1 – a poem
The Candle, the Moth and the Hand
The Tale of Snake and Us
What Practical did to Light and Laughter

High School and Adult Stories and Poems
 

Candles for Advent – a poem
Ish the Fish and Gentleman Buck
Mosey Dawdle and the Stages of Being – a mystery tale
the autumn wind – a poem
The Butterfly Man
The Dance of the Planets – a translation of a Rudolf Steiner poem
violets bloom by the camphor tree - a poem

© Copyright notice: These stories are for my readers to view, print or download for their personal or family reading. Teachers can use them as working material for classes they personally teach. No further application, use, transmission or reproduction in any form whatsoever is allowed without the written permission of the author.

1 Dec 2017: 233 total incl 5 transl.