An adventure story about a worm who wants to go to The Big Apple. This audio book includes a lively Ice Hockey game.
The idea for this story began with two characters called 'Yes' and 'No'. They are two mischievous squirrels who confuse everyone by saying one thing, but meaning another. The script for their scene actually took me ages to write! Apart from Christmas Magic, this story is our most epic and it includes extremely detailed Sound FX. The score has many sections to it and Adie added a little twist in the music at the end which I really love. One of the things that makes our audio stories special from others you may have heard, is the strong themed original classical music behind the narration. Unlike other audio books, the music continues throughout and is an essential part of the stories. However, in this story we took out the music in the Ice Hockey scene which makes it different from the others.
This story follows the unlikely adventure of a tiny little worm called Ronnie, who manages to worm her way from her woodland home to New York City, The Big Apple. Her story begins when she encounters two mischievous squirrels called 'Yes' and 'No' who try to confuse her and send her to the wrong place. But somehow she makes her own way there and has a wonderful adventure. The story also features a lively Ice Hockey game, an original classical soundtrack with an unexpected twist and unique sound effects throughout.
Story length: 10m58s | Age: 4+
Anna-Christina as Ronnie the worm
Adie Hardy as 'Yes' the squirrel and Vincent Randolf Jr
Belle Star as 'No' the squirrel
David Ryder Prangley as Freddie the ferret and Rachel the raccoon
Belle Star recording the voice of 'No' and Adie Hardy recording the voice of 'Yes', the two mischievous squirrels.
David Ryder Prangley recording the voice of Freddie the New York ferret.
As our Story Time began to grow popular, so did our collection of wonderful children's artwork. Adie and I came up with the idea of having a Kids Corner on our website so we could post all of their drawings and make them a part of our creative world forever. This made their parents very excited. Teachers have told me that Music Audio Stories drawings are the most talked about drawings the children do. For at least that week anyway! To see more drawings from nurseries, schools and community events visit our Facebook Gallery.
Behind The Scenes
More behind the scenes video footage of David Ryder Prangley recording Freddie the New York Ferret and Belle Star and Adie Hardy recording 'Yes' and 'No' the mischievous squirrels.