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Created by: A Kids Company About

USA 11+

Started: March 17th, 2019

Status: Active, 300 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Episodes

Unicorn Boy by Dave Roman
31:34 | Season: 7 | Episode: 14 | April 19th, 2024

Dave Roman shares Unicorn Boy (First Second), a magical journey about a boy who sprouts a unicorn horn and uses his newfound powers to help those in need!

Martina Has Too Many Tías by Emma Otheguy
20:13 | Season: 7 | Episode: 13 | April 12th, 2024

Emma Otheguy shares Martina Has Too Many Tías (Atheneum Books for Young Readers), a lively and magical bilingual picture book that reimagines the beloved Caribbean folktale “La Cucaracha Martina.”

Ferris by Kate DiCamillo
31:08 | Season: 7 | Episode: 12 | April 5th, 2024

Kate DiCamillo shares Ferris (Candlewick), a hilarious and achingly real love story about a girl, a ghost, a grandmother, and growing up.

I Absolutely, Positively Love My Spots by Lid’ya Rivera
19:48 | Season: 7 | Episode: 11 | March 29th, 2024

Lid’ya Rivera shares I Absolutely, Positively Love My Spots (HarperCollins), a lyrical celebration of self-esteem, perseverance, and loving the skin you’re in that will inspire all children to appreciate their spots or what makes them different. Illustrated by Niña Mata.

Dim Sum, Here We Come! by Maple Lam
20:55 | Season: 7 | Episode: 10 | March 22nd, 2024

Maple Lam shares Dim Sum, Here We Come! (Harper), a celebration of the traditional Chinese customs passed on from generation to generation: togetherness, love, family–and FOOD!

Louder Than Hunger by John Schu
29:14 | Season: 7 | Episode: 9 | March 15th, 2024

John Schu shares Louder Than Hunger (Candlewick Press), a wrenching and transformative novel-in-verse that explores anorexia–and self-expression as an act of survival.

Mirror to Mirror by Rajani LaRocca
22:57 | Season: 7 | Episode: 8 | March 6th, 2024

Rajani LaRocca shares Mirror to Mirror (Quill Tree Books), an evocative novel in verse  about identical twin sisters who do everything together–until external pressures threaten to break them apart.

Make Way for Fenway by Victoria J Coe
22:24 | Season: 7 | Episode: 7 | February 28th, 2024

Victoria J. Coe shares the Make Way for Fenway books. The little dog with a GIANT personality from Fenway and Hattie is starring in his own chapter book series!




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Created by: A Kids Company About
Started: March 17th, 2019
Status: Active, 300 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

USA11+
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