Little Redge Hen

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Dorktales Podcast: Episode 36

The Little Redge Hen

Who’s on board to help Little Redge Hen sow some seeds, harvest the wheat, and grind it in to flour? “NOT I,” say the unbelievably unconcerned cow, the overly obstinate ostrich, and the sourly stubborn sheep, who are focused on their own selfish ways. Will the barnyard besties finally step up, or will Hen’s freshly baked bread fill them with the smell of regret?

PARENTS, TEACHERS AND HOMESCHOOLERS: This is a retelling of “The Little Red Hen” where you’ll find fun examples of alliterative word pairings to describe the farm animals. This story is a conversation starter about collaboration and teamwork, getting to share in the rewards when you help do the work, and the feelings of regret.

Creatives Behind This Episode

Jonathan Cormur voiceover
Jonathan Cormur


Amy Thompson Writer Dorktales Storytime Podcast
Amy Thompson


Jermaine Hamilton

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Arthur Lin


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