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057: Happy Atoms with Jesse Schell
The Show About Science Nate
access_time18 hours ago
Jesse Schell is a video game designer and a professor of entertainment technology at Carnegie Mellon University. He is also the creator of “Happy Atoms,” a game that helps kids learn how atoms bond to form new molecules. Jesse joins Nate on this episode to talk about how “Happy Atoms” uses technology like augmented reality to teach kids about chemistry.
Keeping water healthy, one clue at a time
Last week, we heard about the tale of the Cuyahoga River -- a river in Ohio that caught on fire multiple times because it was so polluted. The river is now doing much better, but beyond the fact that it’s not on currently fire -- how do we actually know it’s healthier today? That’s when being a water detective really comes in handy. Plus: Our Moment of Um answers the question: "Why do dogs wag their tails?" Today’s episode is sponsored by Vamousse Lice (vamousselice.com) and Roshambo Baby (roshambobaby.com and offer code BRAINS).
Burning rivers of fire
Rivers are known for being wet. So how did a river in Ohio suddenly catch fire, not once, but several times last century? In part three of our water series, we'll explore the shocking tale of the Cuyahoga River. We'll look at how pollution led to this environmental tragedy and what's been done to address the problem. Plus, our Moment of Um explains why we say "ow!" when we're hurt.
Wicked Uncle and the Scottish Shark
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time14 days ago
Is it safe to go in the Scottish Loch? Uncle Jeff takes the kids on a kayaking holiday. There are no sharks in Scotland, right? Read the full text of Wicked Uncle and the Scottish Shark and see our illustration on Storynory.
056: 3D Printed Organs with Anthony Atala
The Show About Science Nate
access_time15 days ago
When organs like kidneys and livers fail, it can be scary—especially for kids. But the science of regenerative medicine, where new organs are created from a patient's own cells and tissue, is a promising new field in medicine. Dr. Anthony Atala is the Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and he joins Nate on this episode to talk about how new organs can be created in the lab using 3D printers.
How does GPS know where you are?
Without GPS, we’d be lost. Literally. Thanks to these radio transmissions from space though, we’re able to pinpoint our location and find our way home. Join us as we learn all about satellites, how the robot voice of GPS is created and how atomic clocks hold it all together. Plus a mystery sound and a brand new Moment of Um answers the question: "What is light made of?" Today's episode is sponsored by Kind Snacks (KindSnacks.com/BRAINS), Vamousse (vamousselice.com) and Roshambo Baby (roshambobaby.com and offer code BRAINS).
#345 Water Play... Using the Framework for Treating for Late Talking Toddlers
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she discusses how to use a framework for treating late talking toddlers during a fun activity for toddlers - water play! Here's the written summary from last week's show if this framework is new for you or scroll back and listen to show #344!  We'll also begin with a question from a mom that's fantastic - what to do when your child isnt' getting along with his therapist!
Jana’s Studio:  Interview with Richard Scott
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time20 days ago
Jana catches up with Richard Scott, our narrator best known for his voice for Astropup, the space travelling hound. Listen to this hilarious chit chat to find out some inside secrets, favourite sonnets and shared tongue twisters! Read the full text of Jana’s Studio: Interview with Richard Scott and see our illustration on Storynory.
Salty snack science: Popcorn, nachos and the origins of salt
We're having a snack attack in this episode and we're using it as an excuse to delve into the facts and history of some of our favorite snacks. How does popcorn pop? Who invented nachos? And where does salt come from? Plus, our Moment of Um tells us all about salt's buddy: pepper! If you want to hear more from our pals at Every Little Thing, you can check them out wherever you listen to podcasts or at https://www.gimletmedia.com/every-little-thing And you can find more Ear Snacks on your favorite podcast device or right here: https://www.earsnacks.org/
The Curious Case of the Everlasting Storm
Wow in the World NPR
access_time24 days ago
Crash! Crack! Boom! No need to duck and cover during this incredible thunderstorm! It's been going on for hundreds of years! Join Mindy and Guy Raz as they make there way out to Venezuela to hunt down the mysterious and electrifying Catatumbo Bay Lighting Storm and in the process uncover the Who, What, When Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of this electrifying scientific phenomenon!
The Lucky Drum
An old folktale from Uganda finds a Lizard and a Python performing together and then arguing over their lucky drum! Ad-free Stories Podcast feed at patreon.com/stories
#344 I Need A Plan! Using a Framework to Determine Priorities for Late Talkers
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she discussed the framework she uses to design treatment plans for toddlers with speech-language delays.
055: Cicada Killer Wasps with Blake Newton
The Show About Science Nate
access_time29 days ago
Last summer, Nate was walking to the train when he spotted a giant wasp carrying a cicada. Later he discovered that the insect he saw was a cicada killer wasp. These insects will paralyze cicadas with their venomous sting, but luckily rarely sting humans. Blake Newton is an entomologist at the University of Kentucky. He joins Nate on this episode of The Show About Science to talk about these fascinating creatures.
Astropup and the Parrot in Love
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time29 days ago
The Parrot is looking for a wife. He finds a suitable parrot who lives on the planet Lizardia - but unfortunately he is suffering from a bad cold and is unusually short of words. Read the full text of Astropup and the Parrot in Love and see our illustration on Storynory.
Astropup and the Parrot in Love
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time29 days ago
The Parrot is looking for a wife. He finds a suitable parrot who lives on the planet Lizardia - but unfortunately he is suffering from a bad cold and is unusually short of words. Read the full text of Astropup and the Parrot in Love and see our illustration on Storynory.
Wanna see Mars' close approach? Just look up!
The Red Planet is putting on a show this July. It'll be closer to Earth than its been in 15 years and that means at night it'll appear bigger and brighter than average. In fact, you should be able to see it easily without a telescope! In this episode we'll tell you how to spot Mars plus, you'll hear the planet itself answer your questions. Plus a mystery sound and, in our Moment of Um, we'll explain why lava moves slowly even though it's a liquid. Brains On is sponsored today by Build-A-Bear Workshop (buildabear.com), Kind Snacks (KindSnacks.com/BRAINS), P.volve (Pvolve.com/brainson) and Plated (plated.com/reddem and promo code BRAINS). Find more episodes of Brains On at brainson.org
Exploding Ants!
Wow in the World NPR
access_time1 month ago
You ant gonna believe this! A new ant species has been discovered in the jungles of Southeast Asia! And while these tiny insects may look similar to the ants we know, they are literally BURSTING surprises! Join Mindy and Guy Raz as they get up close -too close- to explore the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of Exploding Ants!
7, King Croesus and the Oracle of Delphi
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time1 month ago
The oracle predicts that if Croesus goes to war against the Persians, he will defeat a great empire. Her advice seems clear enough, is it? Read the full text of 7, King Croesus and the Oracle of Delphi and see our illustration on Storynory.
Smash Boom Best: Books vs Movies
Today, we’re sharing another epic showdown from our brand new debate show, Smash Boom Best. Each episode, we pit our favorite things against each other, like bats versus owls! Or pizza versus tacos! And we ask you to decide who won.
David and Goliath
This week's episode is the classic story from the Judeo-Christian tradition about a very small boy who goes up against a very big giant to save his people!Special thanks to this episode's sponsor, Quip! Go to GetQuip.com and use code STORIES to get your first refill pack free with the purchase of an electric toothbrush!
Un-BEE-lievable Bees!
Wow in the World NPR
access_time1 month ago
You won't bee-lieve your ears! Join Detective Mindy and Inspector Raz, an un-bee-table crime fighting duo, as they try to crack the case of the missing bees! It's all in this episode as we explore the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the world of buzzing bees!
The Snack Captain ⚽ written by EJ Schonauer
It’s Ruby’s turn to be the snack captain for her soccer team, and she takes her duties seriously. So, when she proudly opens the lid of the snack container to her teammates, only to see them back away in disgust, she is shocked! 😮 Who is responsible for this half-time disaster? Ruby thinks she’s knows, and she is ready to give him a piece of her mind! A fun and lighthearted short story, highlighting the joy that can come from finding humour in our mistakes. ⚽️😖 This story is suitable for children aged 5-12. EJ Schonauer is actually a writing team made up of identical twins Erin K. Schonauer and Jamie C. Schonauer. Isn’t that cool?! Find out more about this talented duo and their writing over at: http://www.twinpens.com
054: Rust and Corrosion with David Shoesmith
The Show About Science Nate
access_time1 month ago
David Shoesmith is a professor of electrochemistry and corrosion science at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. He joins Nate on this episode of The Show About Science to explain why metal rusts and how it corrodes. They also talk about an experiment that you can conduct at home to see rust form. 
How to cook for an alien
The aliens are coming to dinner! In this episode we wonder what food aliens might eat and talk to real scientists who've thought long and hard about this question. Plus, our friends at America's Test Kitchen show us how to whip up a delicious beef and broccoli dish. We'll lay out the cooking instructions step by step throughout the podcast so you can cook along. When the episode is over, you'll be ready to chow down. Find the recipe here: https://www.brainson.org/shows/2018/07/03/alien-cook-along And for more awesome recipes like this one head to americastestkitchen.com/kids This episode is sponsored by Plated (plated.com/redeem and offer code BRAINS).
Do Birds Of A Feather Flock Together?
Wow in the World NPR
access_time1 month ago
Reggie is away on his migration vacation! He's been all over the place; China, Hawaii, New Zealand! But how in the world do our avian friends pull of such feats of endurance? Join Mindy and Guy Raz as they explore the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How and Wow in the world of bird migration!
Song ~ Fish Alive
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time2 months ago
Jana sings this traditional song with an upbeat feel. Read the full text of Song ~ Fish Alive and see our illustration on Storynory.
Mix: The science cooking, pt. 4
Are you ready to mix it up? In this episode, we find out why oil and vinegar are like bickering siblings in the back seat of a car, what delicious food inspired the invention of the blender, and the most effective whisking technique (spoiler alert: it's probably not what you think). We also learn how the way we mix flour makes our baked goods either chewy or fluffy and we'll learn the best way to make brownies. Plus: our Moment of Um answers the question "Are bananas radioactive?" To make a donation to Brains On, head to brainson.org/donate
Samurai Vs. The Stink: The Science of Invasive Wildlife Species
Wow in the World NPR
access_time2 months ago
Where in the world did all of these hungry stink bugs come from? How in the world can we stop the invasion in time to save our crops? And why in the world are scientists looking at the Samurai Wasp for the answer? Join Mindy and Guy Raz for The Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of invasive wildlife species!
One of Us
Based on the old Turkish Proverb, a story about the dangers of judging by appearance and trusting too easily. Get our entire catalog ad-free for just $1 at patreon.com/stories.
The nightmare videos of children's YouTube -- and what's wrong with the internet today | James Bridle
TEDTalks Kids and Family TEDTalks
access_time2 months ago
Writer and artist James Bridle uncovers a dark, strange corner of the internet, where unknown people or groups on YouTube hack the brains of young children in return for advertising revenue. From "surprise egg" reveals and the "Finger Family Song" to algorithmically created mashups of familiar cartoon characters in violent situations, these videos exploit and terrify young minds -- and they tell us something about where our increasingly data-driven world is headed. "We need to stop thinking about technology as a solution to all of our problems, but think of it as a guide to what those problems actually are, so we can start thinking about them properly and start to address them," Bridle says.
053: Amazing Kids Do Amazing Things
The Show About Science Nate
access_time2 months ago
Kids can do amazing things. And if you need proof of that, look no further than this episode of The Show About Science! First up is kid inventor Allie Weber, the host of the YouTube channel Tech-nic-Allie Speaking. After that is the story of Sophia Spencer, who inspired the hashtag #BugsR4Girls and co-authored a research paper for Annals of the Entomological Society of America. Finally, Nate chats with Olivia Van Ledtje (better known as LivBit), who hosts The Kidlit Show on Pinna and is an Ambassador for The Gills Club, an organization promoting girls in science through inquiry-based experiences meant to grow enthusiasm and activism for sharks and ocean life.Watch episodes of Tech-nic-Allie Speaking: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQmNgYJMS1YHaSuCU44E2AWatch Sophia on Good Morning America: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/girl-worldwide-attention-love-bugs-50017043Listen to Sophia on NPR: https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/09/19/551876044/once-teased-for-her-love-of-bugs-8-year-old-co-authors-scientific-paperLearn more about Olivia and The Kidlit Show: http://www.thelivbits.com/
Lapis: Sister Friends
Storynory - Stories for Kids Storynory
access_time2 months ago
Lapis, the Egyptian cat, has to share her home with another cat. She is not pleased. Read the full text of Lapis: Sister Friends and see our illustration on Storynory.
Chop: The science of cooking, pt. 3
Our knives are drawn and ready to mince and dice our way through the science of chopping. In this episode we'll find out what happens to that carrot you're chopping on a molecular level (spoiler alert: the knife never actually touches it!). We also visit a knifemaker's studio and talk to Splendid Table host Francis Lam to get his chopping tips. This is the third in a five part series on the science of cooking, made in collaboration with America's Test Kitchen Kids. For more recipes and information for young chefs, head to americastestkitchen.com/kids to sign up for their newsletter. And to to make a donation to Brains On, visit brainson.org/donate.
Can home cooking change the world? | Gastón Acurio
TEDTalks Kids and Family TEDTalks
access_time2 months ago
When Gastón Acurio started his now world-famous restaurant Astrid & Gastón in the 1990s, no one suspected that he would elevate the Peruvian home-cooking he grew up with to haute cuisine. Nearly thirty years and a storied career later, the chef wants the rest of us to embrace our culinary roots and transform the world with the meals we prepare each day. (In Spanish with English subtitles)
Oh Knuck-Crackers! The Science of Poppin' Knuckles
Wow in the World NPR
access_time2 months ago
It's finger poppin' time on Wow in the World, and this week, Mindy and Guy explore the science behind the SNAP, CRACKLE, AND POP of our knuckles! Where in the world is that sound coming from?! Why in the world does it make some people so uncomfortable? And how in the world is it even made? Join in on an interesting quest for the latest Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of KNUCKLE CRACKING!
#343 Lessons I Learned This Week
Join pediatric speech-language Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from teachmetotalk.com as she discusses lessons she learned thsi week volunteering in a new summer program with toddlers. Read the summary here:
Chill: The science of cooking, pt. 2
From ice cubes to ice cream, cold things are a crucial part of cuisine. How do we use chill to our advantage? This is part two of our series on the science of cooking, a collaboration with the brilliant foodies at America's Test Kitchen Kids. This episode is (literally) super cool. We're figuring out how refrigerators work and why some of their parts are hot. We're traveling back in time to find out how selling ice became a very big business (for a while anyway). And we'll learn why ice cream makes people thirsty and how to make incredibly delicious paletas. Plus: Our Moment of Um tackles the question, "Why do mints make your mouth feel cold?" For more recipes and information for young chefs, head to americastestkitchen.com/kids to sign up for their newsletter. Brains On is sponsored today by Children’s Cancer Research Fund (ccrf.org/brainson)
Mick Munter and the Skunk Ape
This week, we celebrate the return of Mick Munter the Monster Hunter in a brand new story! Listen to hear Mick Munter go on an adventure to find yet another mysterious and magical creature, the Skunk Ape! You can hear more Mick Munter if you scroll back in our catalog. All of our past episodes are available for download at storiespodcast.com, and you can hear them all ad-free when you make a pledge on patreon.com/stories!Thanks to this week's sponsors, Care/Of and Quip!You can find out more about Care/Of at takecareof.com and use our promo code STORIESPODCAST for a special deal! For more information about Quip and to take advantage of an exclusive offer, visit getquip.com/STORIES.
EAR YE! EAR YE! How The Shape Of Our Ears Affects The Way We Hear!
Wow in the World NPR
access_time2 months ago
Get ready and prepare those two fleshy little sea shells on the side of your head for the science of sound! That's right, we're talking ear science! Join Guy and Mindy as they explore the who, what, when, where, why, how, and Wow in the World of auditory awesomeness!
EAR YE! EAR YE! How The Shape Of Our Ears Affects The Way We Hear!
Wow in the World NPR
access_time2 months ago
Get ready and prepare those two fleshy little sea shells on the side of your head for the science of sound! That's right, we're talking ear science! Join Guy and Mindy as they explore the who, what, when, where, why, how, and Wow in the World of auditory awesomeness!
Episode 13: Seeds (II)
Ear Snacks Andrew & Polly
access_time2 months ago
What does a seed need to grow? A kid? An idea?  Andrew & Polly ask many different people about growing many different things.    How does bird poop bring the world together? With peppers, of course! Uncle Fred tells us about germination, the first World's Hottest Pepper (Bhut Jolokia), and BIRD POOP. If you aren't a dragon and like spicy stuff, you can check out the Sparkling River Pepper Company's smoke dried peppers, sauces and spice blends at sparking-river.com   Our neighbor Miriam takes us to visit the Peace Garden, an urban garden space at Peace4Kids in South Central Los Angeles for youth in the foster care system. Zaid started the garden, Alex tends it, and a blue-bellied lizard named Tom visits it.  Miriam, Alex, and Zaid talk about the garden, their experience with youth in foster care through the non-profit Peace4Kids (celebrating 20 years! 🎉), what nature means to them, and what seeds - and ideas - need to grow.  You can learn more and support their work at peace4kids.org and see Miriam's artwork at miriamcortez.com.  We'll post photos of the Peace Garden (and Tom!) at instagram.com/andrewandpolly   Many thanks to Fred Gray, Miriam Cortez, Alex Zalder, Zaid Gayle, and our friends Amelia, Bennett, Charlie, Sam and Kalinga for talking to us about growing all kinds of things.    We hope you like listening and thinking with us - consider giving us a review to help Ear Snacks grow! And if you'd like to know more or be on the show, visit earsnacks.org.
All the Powers! (Bonus)
Ear Snacks Andrew & Polly
access_time2 months ago
Summer's heating up, and so is Ear Snacks!  We're cooking up a bunch of new episodes that pick back up this week and will take you through your summer adventures, whether they are home or away! In this bonus, we (finally) reveal Polly's superhero name (hint: it involves lasers) and share your birthday wishes! Thank you to Sady, Betula, Sammy & JJ, Riley, Ainsley, Lucy, Savannah, Adeline, Bela & Izzy. If you've sent us anything else in the last couple months, we're getting to it very soon -- thank you so much for your patience!  If your child would like to send us something or be on an episode, visit earsnacks.org.
Tumble Presents: Young Ben Franklin
**Recommended for listeners age 8 and up** This week, we’re presenting a new show from our friends at Gen Z Media! It’s called Young Ben Franklin, and it’s a mystery-adventure series about the 14 year old kid who went on to become one of America’s most famous founding fathers. If you enjoy this show, you can find more like it at bestrobotever.com. Subscribe at Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, so that you won’t miss an episode of Young Ben Franklin. The full series premiers on July 4. Independence Day! Younger listeners might want to skip this story, due to some dramatic situations and language. We’ll be back with more Tumble soon. Don’t forget, we’re in the middle of our Patreon pledge drive! Your support makes our show possible. Not kidding! If you value what we do, please consider making a donation at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. The first 10 fans to pledge will receive a Detective Dot megapack! Want another option? Review us on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people find our show!
Welcome! A bedtime story and relaxation for kids - Be Calm on Ahway Island
Today’s Original Story (EP282): Welcome! A bedtime story and relaxation for kids  Anora and Alice spend a rainy day painting new signs for Ahway Island.  Now visitors will know how to relax. Today’s Meditation:  Imagine floating on a cloud, and relax into the feeling of lightness. We would also appreciate your help getting the word out about Ahway Island on social media.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Be Calm on Ahway Island offers original stories & meditations for kids. Gently nestled within are self-soothing techniques and positive learning moments.  Creating original stories and art is a lot of work. We are a listener-supported podcast, and we survive on your tips. If your child enjoys this self-soothing podcast, we would greatly appreciate you making a donation to help us keep going. You can make a one-time donation or a recurring micro donation once a month. Just click on the link below or go to our website, www.ahwayisland.com. Donate Here We hope your child loves our original stories and if so, we need your positive reviews to help others find us too. It’s fast and easy! Just tap this link: review here, then tap the “view in iTunes” button, tap “ratings and reviews,” and leave your review. review here More news! We are excited to tell you we are members of Kids Listen, and now you can check us out on the Kids Listen app! It's the first-ever listening app made just for kids and parents!  Check out our show at app.kidslisten.org or the Kids Listen app in the iOS App Store! Also, we have been chosen for “Best Bedtime Stories Podcasts (2017, 2018) by PlayerFM! Thank you!
Matariki 🇳🇿 written by Melanie Drewery
‘Tonight we have to go to bed really early,’ said Mum. 'Tomorrow morning we are going to have a surprise.' But what event would be so special to get you up in the middle of a cold New Zealand winter? The star cluster Matariki is rising and the Māori New Year is on its way! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A story in which a family celebrate Matariki and talk about what it means to different people. This story is for children ages 3+ Written by Melanie Drewery and published by Penguin Group (NZ) in 2003.
052: Baby Teeth with Tanya Smith
The Show About Science Nate
access_time2 months ago
What can we learning from studying teeth? As it turns out, quite a bit! Dr. Tanya Smith is working to understand how teeth grow, why they vary, and how this information can advance the field of human evolutionary biology. Dr. Smith joins Nate on this episode to talk about her work.
Train Trek: a calming bedtime and nap time story for children - Be Calm on Ahway Island
Today’s Story (EP281): Train Trek: a calming bedtime story or nap time story for children Tysen the train is bored waiting for Maggie and Arthur to come home from school.  He enlists the help of Bozz and Rozz the race cars.  He tells his friends the race cars about a trip through mountains bringing food to people and animals on the other side. Today’s Meditation: Feel your body fill with warmth and love as you send your loving energy to the world. We would also appreciate your help getting the word out about Ahway Island on social media.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Be Calm on Ahway Island offers original stories & meditations for kids. Gently nestled within are self-soothing techniques and positive learning moments.   Creating original stories and art is a lot of work. We are a listener-supported podcast, and we survive on your tips. If your child enjoys this self-soothing podcast, we would greatly appreciate you making a donation to help us keep going. You can make a one-time donation or a recurring micro donation once a month. Just click on the link below or go to our website, www.ahwayisland.com. Donate Here We hope your child loves our stories and if so, we need your positive reviews to help others find us too. It’s fast and easy! Just tap this link: review here, then tap the “view in iTunes” button, tap “ratings and reviews,” and leave your review. review here More news! We are excited to tell you we are members of Kids Listen, and now you can check us out on the Kids Listen app! It's the first-ever listening app made just for kids and parents!  Check out our show at app.kidslisten.org or the Kids Listen app in the iOS App Store! Also, we have been chosen for “Best Bedtime Stories Podcasts (2017, 2018) by PlayerFM! Thank you!
Heat: The science of cooking pt. 1
We’ve teamed up with America’s Test Kitchen Kids to delve into the scrumptious science of cooking. You’ve sent in so many great cooking questions that we had to spread the answers over four episodes. This is our first installment: HEAT. What crazy chemical reactions does heat trigger in food? How do microwave ovens work -- and why can’t you put metal in them when they’re lined with metal? We’ll answer those questions, find out how feeding squirrels helped profoundly change how we prepare food and learn the recipe for a perfect grilled cheese sandwich. Plus: our Moment of Um tackles the question, “How does coffee keep you awake?” For more recipes and information for young chefs, head to americastestkitchen.com/kids to sign up for their newsletter. Brains On is sponsored today by Children’s Cancer Research Fund (ccrf.org/brainson) and KiwiCo (kiwico.com/brainson).
How To Talk To A Dog
Wow in the World NPR
access_time2 months ago
Is that dog wearing glasses?! Guy Raz has a new four-legged friend, but he's having trouble bonding with him. Good thing Mindy knows the scientifically-proven very best way to talk to dogs! This week learn HOW in the world scientists figured out how to speak to dogs and WHAT in the world is the best way to say "Who's a good boy"? Join Mindy and Guy Raz to learn the Who, What, When Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of canine communication!
A Gift: a calming bedtime and nap time story for children A Gift: a calming bedtime and nap time story for children - Be Calm on Ahway Island
Luis is invited to a party and needs to find a gift in the toy store.  Luckily his brother is there to help.