The last podcast for June is called Herdwick Friends. Most of you have probably never heard of Herdwicks – but they are a kind of sheep. Traditionally, Herdwick sheep live on the fells (hills) of Cumbria in England. They are tough little sheep and spend most of their lives with little interaction with humans. They also have a special trait where they are “heafed” to the fell. This means the sheep instinctively know where they belong and rarely stray from home.

Our story features a group of four Herdwick lambs who are friends. Fenton, Madge and Paisley have to work out what to do when friend Ralph gets hurt. As with all my stories, I try to stay true to the nature and habits of the sheep.

We also have two songs, one about lambs and the things they do, and the other about friends. In this case Jodi sings about our Herdwick friends, but you can use any names in the song.

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The new podcast for this week is called TRAINS. The story is about a boy called Henry who gets to play with a very special train set at his Grandparent’s house, and doesn’t know what to do when something goes wrong.

We also have two train songs. The first one you may know. it’s called “Down by the Station” and is about old-fashioned steam trains. The second train song is a collaborative effort. My friend Linda and I worked together to create a song called “The Little Train.”

If you are not yet a subscriber, you can listen to a free podcast called “RABBITS” which is available on the main page or by clicking on the SAMPLES tab.

Subscribers can download four new, unique podcasts every month for a whole year for a one time charge of $35.