- Some of the tales Henry tells


Noodlehead Stories:
A Box Full of Smarts - funny, ages 8+
The Boy Who Sold Butter - funny, ages 8+
Lazy Jack - funny, ages 7+
New Gotham Football Team - funny, ages 8+
Seven Brothers - funny, ages 7+

Traditional Folk Tales:
Appointment With Death - slightly spooky, ages 8+
The Devil and Farmer Brown - funny, ages 11+
Dragon Prince - dramatic, ages 9+
The Empty Pot - uplifting, ages 6+
Fox’s Sack - comeuppance tale, ages 6+
The Ghost With One Black Eye - funny, all ages
The Golden Arm - spooky "jump" tale, ages 6+
The Isle of the Dead - spooky, ages 8+
Jack and the Haunted House - funny, mildly spooky, ages 7+
The Man Who Tricked a Ghost - funny, slightly spooky, ages 8+
The Mice and the Magic Hammer - funny, ages 9+
Mr. Fox - frightening, ages 11+
Mrs. Mouse and the Cat - funny ending, ages 6+
The New Parson - amusing, ages 10+
The Step-Mother and the Tiger - wisdom tale, ages 12+
Taily-Po - very spooky, ages 9+
Tink Tink - funny, slightly spooky, ages 9+
We Need More Room! - funny, all ages
Wicked John - comeuppance tale, ages 8+

Original Stories:
Alice the Brave - mildly spooky, ages 8+
The Clockwork Hero - adventure, all ages
The Cost of Shoes - dark realism, ages 12+
The Ghost of Toasty - funny, ages 11+
I’m in Charge! - funny, ages 7+
The King’s Three Questions - funny, ages 8+
Lightning Fishing - funny tall tale, ages 6+
Lord of the Hunt - frightening with some blood, ages 10+
She (a variant of Mr. Fox) - frightening, intricate, ages 12+
Watch This! - funny, theme aimed at older audience, ages 13+
Will's Dragon - adventure, ages 8+


Railroad Stories:
Casey Jones - true, ages 8+
Kate Shelly & the Washed Out Bridge - true, ages 8+
The Phantom Brakeman - slightly spooky, ages 9+
Al Conrey Meets C. Vanderbilt - true, ages 11+


Historical Stories:
The Battle of Thermopylae - true, war theme, intricate, ages 12+
The March of the 10,000 (still in development) - true, war theme, intricate, ages 12+