Kids And Family Podcasts

Foster Adoption Podcast show

Foster Adoption PodcastJoin Now to Follow

What is it like to go through the foster-to-adopt process? The Foster Adoption Podcast is a resource for people who are interested in growing their family by adopting children from foster care. Follow along the journey of one couple adopting children from foster care.

By Adam R.

Velen's Chosen: A Hearthstone Podcast show

Velen's Chosen: A Hearthstone PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Here at Velen’s Chosen we focus on honing your Hearthstone skills! Whether you’re a competitive player, arena specialist, deck-building visionary, or just like having fun: we can help you buff your game and achieve your Hearthstone goals.

By Rob May, Grant Gould, Eve Martyn

Unlocking The Magic: Talking all things Disney World and Disneyland show

Unlocking The Magic: Talking all things Disney World and DisneylandJoin Now to Follow

Disney podcast bringing you a little Disney World where ever you may be. Talking mostly Walt Disney World Orlando Disney | Disney World | Disney Podcast | Disney World Podcast| Like WDW Radio and Disunplugged www.unlockingthemagic.com

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Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll show

Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis CarrollJoin Now to Follow

If you've read and loved Alice in Wonderland, you wouldn't want to miss reading about her further adventures, the strange and fantastical creatures she meets and the delightful style and word-play that made the first book so appealing. Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll is thematically much more structured and cleverly constructed as compared to the earlier Alice book but still retains its childhood elements of wonder, curiosity and imagination. Lewis Carroll was the pseudonym of Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a gifted mathematics professor at Oxford during the late 19th century. He suffered from lifelong shyness, a debilitating stammer and several physical deformities including partial deafness. Awkward and uncomfortable with adults, he bloomed in the company of children and had a special insight into their world. He portrays Alice as a well-mannered child, brought up in a privileged background. Based on a real little girl whose father was also at Oxford during the time Dodgson was there, Alice and her sisters formed the inspiration for these books which went on to be ranked among the best loved in children's literature. Through the Looking-Glass takes Alice through the mirror hanging on her nursery wall into a realm beyond. Here she finds a mirror image of her own world, but with everything reversed. Books with printing that can only be read when held up to a mirror, animated chess-pieces, memorable characters from nursery-rhymes like Humpty Dumpty, The Lion and the Unicorn, Tweedledum and Tweedledee and a host of strange creatures with even stranger names like the Jabberwock and the Bandersnatch. The Red Queen, the White Queen and the White Knight are other characters who populate the looking-glass world. Poems like Jabberwocky explore the limits of language, while the Walrus and the Carpenter are simply hilarious. Chess forms the framework of the plot, the mirror-world is made up of squares which Alice moves through sequentially in pawn-like moves, symbolizing the dominance of fate in our lives. Funny poems and delightful turns of phrase that Lewis Carroll is justly famous for, continue to sparkle in this book too. The dream-like quality is retained in Through the Looking-Glass, with abrupt changes in location and characters. In the years that followed their publication, Lewis Carroll's books have been intensely studied by literary critics, psychologists, mathematicians and chess enthusiasts. Yet despite all the analysis and study, Through the Looking-Glass remains a charming and innocent portrayal of childhood imagination and creativity.

By Loyal Books

American History Stories by Mara L. Pratt show

American History Stories by Mara L. PrattJoin Now to Follow

A children’s book detailing early American history from the Norsemen to the Revolution, meant for educational use. (Description by the reader)

By Loyal Books

Gallup Theme Thursday show

Gallup Theme ThursdayJoin Now to Follow

Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one theme at a time. Gallup experts and a panel of guests discuss how each theme impacts them and manifests itself in life. Get more information on Theme Thursday at <a href="http://gallup.com/cliftonstrengths">http://gallup.com/cliftonstrengths</a>

By Gallup Webcasts

Pioneering Today with Melissa K. Norris show

Pioneering Today with Melissa K. NorrisJoin Now to Follow

Pioneering Today is all about getting back to basics, simple living, and self-sufficiency with old-fashioned skills and wisdom in a modern world. With heirloom gardening, canning, preserving the harvest, from scratch cooking, raising your own food, including livestock (backyard chickens, pigs, and cattle), natural medicine, herbs, DIY like soap making along with living a simple self-sufficient life, no matter where you live. Hosted by 5th generation homesteader, Melissa K. Norris, author of The Made-from-Scratch Life. This podcast brings you the conversation from MelissaKNorris.com and The Pioneering Today Academy, with Q&amp;A's, teaching, tutorials, and always giving you practical ways and tips to live the simple and self-sufficient life.

By Melissa K. Norris 5th Generation Homesteader

DIZNEY COAST TO COAST - The Ultimate Unofficial Disney Fan Podcast show

DIZNEY COAST TO COAST - The Ultimate Unofficial Disney Fan PodcastJoin Now to Follow

“Dizney Coast to Coast” is an entertaining and informative podcast all about anything and everything related to The Walt Disney Company. Consider this your warning: listeners of DCTC have been known to temporarily leave their reality while they dream of their next (or first) Disney vacation. DCTC is hosted by Jeff DePaoli, an avid Disney fan who spends far too much time in the parks and being consumed by Disney products. He suffers from O.C.D. (Obsessive Compulsive Disney), but has learned to use this disorder for your benefit by spreading his knowledge through the podcast. Come along for the ride and listen to passionate conversations celebrating (and sometimes questioning) Disney theme parks, movies, theatricals and so much more on the ultimate unofficial Disney fan podcast. “Dizney Coast to Coast” is a fan podcast and is not affiliated with The Walt Disney Company.

By Dizney Coast to Coast

Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen show

Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian AndersenJoin Now to Follow

The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling, The Snow Queen, The Real Princess and a host of other wonderful tales which form so much a part of childhood are part of Andersen's Fairy Tales, by Hans Christian Andersen. This volume contains eighteen selected stories. Some of them are old familiar friends, while others maybe new to some readers, but all of them equally enchanting and enthralling. Today, these stories are known almost everywhere in the world and have been translated into hundreds of languages. Their appeal is not just for children or young readers. As folktales and typical Scandinavian legends, they are a fascinating glimpse into the myths and legends, culture and ethos of the Northern Lands. Since their publication in 1835, they have continued to inspire and delight generations of children and adults. Hans Christian Andersen was a Danish author whose work included plays, poetry, travelogues, novels and stories. Born in a noble Danish family, he was inspired to transcribe the tales he had heard as a child from people around him. The stories he selected were interesting, imaginative and unique. Some of them like The Little Mermaid were poignant and were not strictly just for a young audience. In fact, the story went on to capture public imagination to such an extent that today one of the most iconic monuments of Copenhagen is the statue of the Little Mermaid on the Langeline Promenade, which draws thousands of visitors every year. Andersen's first foray into writing fairytales did not meet with much success because translating them from the original Danish was quite difficult and it had only restricted readership. However, in 1845, he reached out to the rest of the world through a brilliant translation of The Little Mermaid in Bentley's Miscellany magazine. Great success followed as his stories began appearing in various English magazines and journals and a whole generation of young English speaking children discovered the treasures of Scandinavia. The stories have continued to enthrall people in many fields. Music, opera, art, literature, drama, film and television have become richer by the addition of various versions of Andersen's tales and his name has become a byword for the genre. He also inspired hundreds of other writers to come out with folktales and stories designed to captivate the imagination of young and old. Stories like The Tinder-Box convey a feeling of mystery and awe, while The Nightingale provides pathos and beauty. As an invaluable addition to any library shelf, Andersen's Fairy Tales can provide hours of reading pleasure to both young and old.

By Loyal Books

ADHD Hunter's An ADHD Life show

ADHD Hunter's An ADHD LifeJoin Now to Follow

The ADHD Hunter shares his experiences, successes and failures as an adult with ADHD and raising two kids with ADHD. He digs into what works and what doesn't in his professional life. Discover the triggers that can make or break things for his kids. He shares parenting tips, as well as success strategies for adults with ADHD. For further information, please visit ADHDHunter.com.

By The ADHD Hunter