The Girl Who Would Be King
  • Jul 7, 2020 1:00 am
  • 56:50 mins

Sometimes the most valuable things we learn weren’t discovered by going to schools or reading books, but by watching those close to us. Some of the tastiest recipes are found in our grandmother’s memories, the sagest advice learned at our best friend’s side, and the funniest stories first told at our very own kitchen tables. In a story by Barbra Schutzgruber, a king comes to understand the value of things taught in the home. Hopefully, by the end, you’ll be willing to give those who might be considered outsiders a second chance. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “The Girl Who Would Be King” by Barbra Schutzgruber  “The Lazy Young Woman” by Priscilla Howe “The Little Red Hen” by Donald Davis “Jack and Jill” by Betty Ann Wylie “Rabbit’s Hole” by Heather Forest