Episode #88: Storytime Reading of The Lord’s Daughter and the Blacksmith’s Son

https://archive.org/download/Podcast88_201704/Podcast%2088.mp3

In honor of International Women’s Day (3/8/17), a few weeks ago, we read some stories about heroines from a book called The Serpent Slayer And Other Stories of Strong Women by Katrin Tchana and illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman.  (See Episodes 84 and 85).  Today’s tale from the same volume has more of a humorous spin about two teenagers who fall in love at first sight and rely on the wee folk to make things right.  It reminds me of something Disney would have put out in the mid 90s (for better or worse).  As usual, the illustrations are wonderful:


 

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