We’re turning things around! Instead of you sending us the question, this time we’re asking the question and looking to you for some answers. We wanted to explore why music moves us.
Remember our friend Bear, whose friends planned a party to fatten him up before hibernation? Well, he’s back and he has just woken up after a long winter! Bear Wakes Up is a rhyming tale that touches on friendship; disappointment; insecurity; and our tendency to cover our hurt feelings with anger.
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We’ve been catching colds for millennia – but it wasn’t until fairly recently that we actually understood how and why we get sneezy, coughy, and achy. In this episode, we find out more about the common cold: Does standing outside in the cold actually make it easier to get sick? Is there a cure that really works? Could there be a benefit to catching the rhinovirus? Listen for all the answers + the mystery sound!
In the tradition of Shel Silverstein, here’s a fun poem about deciding what you want to be when you grow up!
This episode looks at a big question, a really big question. It’s about the end of the world and what it might feel like. Parents: this episode is about asteroids and supernovas; some kids may find this episode a bit scary, or may have never considered those possibilities before, so you may want to listen first on your own.
A young man is shipwrecked in the middle of the Pacific ocean. He finds himself saved by an unlikely creature, one with long coral hair and a shiny…fin. Subscribe and leave us a review on itunes!
We take you inside the famed Explorers Club in New York City, where we meet a real explorer! Richard Garriott de Cayeux has been around the world and into space on scientific expeditions. He shares the stories of famous explorers and his own family expeditions – beginning with his astronaut dad. Plus, he explains on how to find a real meteorite near your house! If you want to see some of the amazing collections of Explorer’s Club history, watch video tours on our blog at http://www.tumblepodcast.com Love our show? Leave us a review on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tumble-podcast/id984771479
Henry Fell into a Book is an imaginative story about a little boy who learns to read and falls (really!) into a new book. Fans of Little Fox Can’t Wait to Dream will recognize the story Henry falls into! Henry is also the first LSFTP character to have two moms.
Story themes include the magic of reading and the value of children’s independent accomplishments.
Please take a moment to share this story with a friend who would also like to instill a love of reading in their tiny person! And make sure you are subscribed to the podcast so you never miss a new episode! I love to hear your feedback and your ideas for future stories! You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, find our page on Facebook, or reach me on Twitter @littletinystory.
Is there anybody out there? Like, WAAAAY out there? In this episode we hear from astronomer Laura Danly about the search for life on other planets. We’ll also learn what that search has in common with a fairy tale.
America’s Mom, Dr. Meg Meeker
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