Alun Armstrong reads the story of a barn owl called Plop who is afraid of the dark.
Tamsin Grieg reads the story of Indiana and the most embarrassing parents in the world.
Dervla Kirwan reads the story of a toad who fell in love with a princess.
Shampoozel is imprisoned and grows her hair. Prince Gary Baldie sets out to rescue her.
Sanjeev Bhaskar reads two classic children's stories by Julia Donaldson.
Sophie Okonedo tells the story of the Gaskitt family, their cats, and a supply teacher.
Tisha Martin tells Malorie Blackman's story of a spoilt girl who gets turned into a cat.
Art Malik reads Geraldine McCaughrean's re-telling of Gulliver's Travels.
Nadine Marshall tells the classic fairytale.
Sally Hawkins reads two classic stories about little people.
Daniela Nardini tells Wendy Blaxland's tale of a princess and her quest to find a unicorn.
Rupert Penry-Jones reads a reworking of the Brothers Grimm tale, illustrated by Jane Ray.
The story of a cheeky hare who persuades a hippo and an elephant to have a tug-of-war.
Ramon Tikaram reads two classic children's stories about a family of bears.
Amanda Abbington tells Jeremy Strong's wacky story about a pirate school and its dinners.
Kris Marshall tells Tony Mitton's tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Angela Griffin reads the story of a little girl whose teacher turns into a dragon.
The tale of Mowser, a Cornish cat, and her battle to save the village of Mousehole.
Adrian Lester reads the story of the evil Fire Dragons and the last remaining Snow Dragon.
Sheridan Smith reads the story of Harold, a happy dog living on a farm.
The story of a dog called Roo, who searches for his long-lost grandfather.
Holly Aird tells the Jeanette Winterson tale of a selfish king and his washerwoman love.
Lenny Henry reads two tales about the coolest crime-bustin' mouse in the world.
Lee Cornes tells the story of Bob, whose house is invaded by elves.
Martin Clunes tells Harry Horse's story of a journey to the North Pole with Roo the dog.
Lenny Henry tells the classic Roald Dahl tale of a nasty, greedy crocodile.