The December 2015 Winter Holiday episode of the podcast has been so graciously sponsored by TracFone. Check out their super rad TMNT kid’s phone bundle complete with a turtle shell phone case and a year of NQ Family Guardian monitoring service. Enter to win that TracFone bundle now! Hurry, the […]
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Sure, Disney is nice, and is probably still the glittery gem of Southern California family travel destinations, but there’s a red ruby brick located about an hour south that deserves its own place in your future vacation construction. And there’s no time better to visit LEGOLAND California than on New […]
A couple quick things before I send you over to PBS Parents. 1) Justin Roberts saw his first kid’s book published this fall. It is wonderful and features prominently in my new Adventures in Learning post for PBS. 2) My pal Chris Routly is trying to Kickstart his new kid’s […]
Thanks to Chronicle Books who is so graciously sponsoring this month’s episode of the OWTK Kid’s Music Monthly Podcast. Check out the new book GOODNIGHT DARTH VADER, a hilarious look at what unites the forces of good and evil — bedtime. Follow along as baby ewoks, wookies, toddler Luke and […]
Hear great songs from Justin Roberts, Lunch Money, Caspar Babypants, Recess Monkey, Okee Dokee Brothers, and more in the special animal habitat edition of the OWTK Kid’s Music Monthly Podcast!
It’s baaaaaaack! Episode two of the OWTK Radio Hour…in 30 Minutes features talk of a kindie rock cruise, Skylanders SWAP Force, Justin Roberts on national TV on Halloween morning, Bill Harley’s new middle grade book, and much more, plus I unveil my top 10 albums of 2013! How exciting. As […]
I’d been doing the monthly kid’s music podcast for over a year now and, frankly, I have no idea who listens and how often. I opted out of the stats + info podcast hosting package. Instead of or in addition to (I haven’t decided yet) the monthly 10-song podcast, I […]
By and large, lullaby music sucks. This is a fact. Getting your kid to fall asleep doesn’t have to be, shouldn’t be!, an arduous process. For anyone. To that end, I wrote on Copper & Kid Catch last week about 11 unconventional songs perfectly suited to be sung softly by […]