The Lion Goes To War

Hi Toffees, I’m back with another Aesop Fable called The Lion Goes To War. There is an important lesson and it is such a great story. The moral of this story is so important: that everyone is special in his or her own way. So […]

The Thirsty Crow

Hi my little Toffees, I’m back with another Aesop Fable about the thirsty crow. There is an important lesson and a great story. Keep the moral of this story in mind and never give up. Try and try until you get success! I love telling […]

Islamic Stories: Picnic Ka Din

Welcome to ToffeeTV’s Islamic Stories Series! Our wonderful narrator, Mrs Hafiza, reads a simple yet sweet story about a family going for a picnic. The lesson that Chunnu and Munnu learn in this episode is the importance of saying a prayer before starting their journey. […]

Baap, Beta Aur Gaddha

Here’s a fun story the ToffeeTV team put together called Baap, Beta Aur Gaddha (باپ  بیٹا اور گدھا) – It’s about a father, a son and a donkey. The father and son are taking the donkey to the fair, to sell him. On the way, […]

Shabam Ka Taj

Shabnam ka Taj is a popular Urdu story, originally published in print by Ferozsons Publishers. This is ToffeeTV’s adaptation of the story in an audio version. Requests from parents and school teachers to focus more on the terms and phrases, we thought we’d experiment with […]

Bakri Ki Zidd

Here’s a story taken from the “Meray Dost” series from the BookGroup books, illustrated and re-told by the ToffeeTV Team called Bakri Ki Zidd. The moral of the story here? Treat everyone with love and affection, and they will do what they are told! Check […]

Na Khud Khaye Na Khanay De (Urdu Story)

A story about how some people don’t work themselves, nor do they let others. Originally published by Ferozsons Publishers, here’s “Na Khud Khaye Na Khanay De”