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Encore: Once again...Nonsense appeared to be on a collision course with reason...presenting Buttons & Figs and the Oyster Actors on the Air in The War of the Fools. It was on this day, April 1st, in which weird happenings began to happen. Reporters began to report reportable events, reportable strange happenings, reportable odd sightings - a meat shower, a weird alphabet song, odd creatures sailing in a sieve making demands...what if it were all true?! Featuring voices from the pod-o-sphere, ...more
Ever wonder what a writer uses for inspiration? Angie Thomas tells us what gets her fingers flying over the keyboard. www.bookclubforkids.org
A brave knight rescues a fair princess from.. wait, stop reading so fast. I can’t write that quickly!!! An Undone Fairy Tale by Ian Lendler reviewed by (Chaska, Leilani, and Mirabel, ages 12, 11, and 7). For questions or to suggest a book for us to review email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . Our website is https://bookpowerforkids.com/, or visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bookpowerforkids/ and Twitter @bookpower4kids We are proud members of Kid...more
On this kid lit podcast episode of StoryMakers, author and Project Manager of Multicultural Children’s Book Day, Becky Flansburg teaches Rocco what it means to go tiny! Does it involve a shrink-ray?! Nope. In real life, like in Becky’s book SISSY GOES TINY, downsizing, repurposing, and “living tiny” mean thinking sustainably and doing more with less. Listen to learn more about this BIG idea. ￼Watch StoryMakers with Becky Flansburg!ABOUT the BookA diverse picture book about a family that chooses ...more
One Sentence Summary Anderson starts with the one sentence recap of how our trio of protagonists are studying and then come across something that surprises them. What Do the Tiny Potters Think? Addison and Anderson relate to this because both of them have been busy with studying for the standardized tests at their schools when they recorded this episode. Addison and Anderson discuss the value, or lack thereof, of homework and the importance of recess. When Harry, Hermione, and Ron visit Hagrid&...more