A Grandmother for the Orephelines | Twenty and Ten | The Whistling Tea-Kettle and The Witch of Fourth Street | Ben and Me
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A Grandmother for the Orephelines, episode 13 of Readit. Host John Robbins introduces the story about Josine, the littlest orphan in an old French castle, who wants a grandmother so much that she locks up an old woman in the dungeon. On Christmas Eve, she thinks she hears the animals talking, but a different surprise awaits her. Designed to encourage students to read the book. Twenty and Ten, episode 14 of Readit. Host John Robbins introduces the story about twenty school children who hide ten Jewish children from the Nazis occupying France during World War II. The Jewish children are safe only if the others can keep silent and not get caught taking them food at night. Designed to encourage students to read the book. The Whistling Tea-Kettle and The Witch of Fourth Street, episode 15 of Readit. Host John Robbins introduces two stories, the first by Mindy Warshaw Skolsy about a young girl's gift which frightens robbers from her grandmother's candy store; and the second by Myron Levoy about a girl who has to choose between giving a daily penny to the monkey she loves, or giving it to the woman she believes is a witch. Designed to encourage students to read the books. Ben and Me, episode 16 of Readit. Host John Robbins introduces the story about a mouse who lived in Benjamin Franklin's hat. The mouse tells who was really responsible for many of Franklin's famous achievements.
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