Not usually. During normal times, these audio and video stories should cost a little money to access.
This allows me to pay for things like translators, proofers, voice artists and music guys, as well as essential things like web and video hosting.
But things are a bit topsy turvy at the moment, you might have noticed. And to make it easier for teachers to use these stories while many students are remote learning, I've turned off the paywall.
This means students can now view the stories, watch the videos, and listen to the audio... all without logging in. It's much easier for everyone.
But your support would still be greatly appreciated:
Your memberships keep us going.
Please help me keep this open for teachers and students, and everyone else who needs a little distraction in these weird times.
If you're not sure which type of membership you should buy, or if you have any questions, please get in touch and we'll work it out together.
(The wizard behind the curtain)