The Chenoo
  • Jan 9, 2021 1:00 am
  • 56:50 mins

Have you ever been tricked? Fooled? Bamboozled? Certainly everyone has experienced being deceived at least once. And usually it’s not a very pleasant feeling. It can be rather frustrating, and, well, humiliating. That being said, have you ever tricked someone else? Again, most people have. That’s probably why there are so many stories about people being tricked. Today we have brought you a few of those stories from tellers like David Holt, Donna Washington, and James Bruchac. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “The Chenoo” by James Bruchac from When the Chenoo Howls (9:18) “Mexico City Subway” by Rick Huddle from Citizen of the World (4:17) “Why you Never Hear Rabbit Play Banjo” by David Holt from Why the Dog Chases the Cat: Great Animal Stories (7:44) “Ti Jean and the Donkey’s Egg” by Priscilla Howe from Chickens! And Other Stories for Young Listeners (3:19) “Anansi and the Turtle” by Donna Washington from Live and Learn: The Exploding Frog and other Stories (7:26) “Foolish” by Lyn Ford from When the Gourd Broke: Common Sense Stories (11:38) Radio Family Journal: "Three Dates at Once" (5:13)