Season 1, Ep. 10
What happens when an ordinary sleepover with their grandmother turns into an extraordinary magical moment in time for twins, Emma and Simon? They are transported to Coney Island on June 24th, 1928 with a shake of their grandmother's enchanted snow globe. Follow along with the first chapter of Return to Coney Island: The Enchanted Snow Globe Series by Melissa Stoller illustrated by Callie Metler-Smith.For the entire book, purchase here: https://bit.ly/2MoHP6n
Neil Armstrong's Wind Tunnel Dream
Season 1, Ep. 9
Neil Armstrong was quite famous for being the first man to walk on the moon. Have you ever wondered what sparked his interests? When he was a little boy his love for airplanes brought him on an amazing journey which led him to building his own wind tunnel. This is only the first chapter. If you are looking to read the entire book, check out Amazon to purchase the full story. Enjoy, Neil Armstrong's Wind Tunnel Dream!Link:https://amzn.to/33WfcEg
The Real Farmer in the Dell
Season 1, Ep. 8
The Real Farmer in the Dell by Sandra Sutter is an updated version of the well known story The Farmer in the Dell. Sing-a-long to this fun version of the story. Your kids will be asking you to listen to it over and over and you will be humming along too! Enjoy!
The Story of Babar the Little Elephant
Season 1, Ep. 7
Babar was a curious elephant who had many adventures. This story of Babar the Little Elephant is geared toward children range from Kindergarten to third grade. Babar loses him mother at the beginning of the story so if this is sensitive, please fast forward through the beginning part of the story. Babar leaves his home and goes to the city and connects with a nice woman. He does find his way back to his home and his family and friends. He is welcomed back with open arms. Enjoy the story of Barbar the Little Elephant.
Thank You Ma'am
Season 1, Ep. 6
Thank You Ma'am, a story written by the great Langston Hughes. This story is about a little boy who wants to buy blue suede shows, but he goes about it the wrong way. When he meets up with Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones, she teaches him a thing or two about what happens when you go about trying to get something in a "devilish way." Langston Hughes' story is great for listeners from kindergarten/first grade through sixth grade.
3 in a Row...Imaginative Kids
Season 1, Ep. 5
This group of three stories is geared toward preschoolers through first grade. These three main characters have such fun imaginations. Listen along to their creative adventures, one is an aspiring architect, another is a bubbly boy and the third one is a sweet sleepyhead. The titles are The Best House of All by Natasha Sharma, Alphi Blows Bubbles by Tony J. Moon and the third one is called, I Don't Want to go to Sleep by Sarah McGregor. Enjoy these three stories!
Yertle the Turtle
Season 1, Ep. 4
Yertle the Turtle, a Dr. Seuss character, who is unhappy with his small stone throne. He decides to gather turtles from around the pond to stack upon one another so that his thrown can become ever higher. Initially, the throne is not high enough, so he wants more turtles to stack upon each other to make himself as high as he possibly can, until that plan ends up falling Listen along to the turtle who wants to be the greatest king of the pond, but his power ends up going to his head. Reading Level is Grade 2-3, Listening Level great for many age ranges to connect with how power cannot be held by only own person for a successful society.