StoryWings is working with publishers to get permission for you to narrate popular children's stories, within your StoryWings library, that you purchase as a book or e-book. We are finalizing agreements as you read this but we can't publish our approved list until it is properly approved by all parties.
(Under copyright law, purchasing a book does not also give you permission to record yourself narrating it and then sharing that recording. It actually makes sense when you realize how many different ways JK Rowling makes money on the Harry Potter movies, hard cover books, audio recordings, and more.)
In the meantime, you may narrate any stories that YOU create and if you obtain permission from another creator, you may narrate those as well. Please note that the StoryWings team does NOT monitor permissions. You agreed when you signed up for an account to follow the User Terms and to abide by existing laws. It is ultimately the Library owner and the person who contributes content to ensure that it is clear of copyright restrictions.
You may also narrate into your library(ies) any work that is now in Public Domain (out of copyright). There is a lot of it and you can look into it via an Internet search (public domain stories) or at the Library of Congress website. There are millions of options in the LOC that are written in many languages!
REMEMBER...each entry into a StoryWings library cannot be longer than 10 minutes. In one contribution you can narrate a poem, song, preschool story, or part of a longer work.