The July 2015 episode of the OWTK podcast is here and is stuffed with 12 songs perfect for the fun and adventure of summer family vacations and cross country road trips. Hear new songs from some of the brightest stars of modern indie kid’s music and classics by OWTK favorites. […]
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Huge thanks to Animal Jam for sponsoring the November 2014 episode of the OWTK Kid’s Music Monthly Podcast. Read my extended thoughts on the National Geographic online social game for kids here but know that this is a fun, free experience that will bring animal loving kids so much joy. […]
A quick bit of background here. The Schuylkill Tree Monkeys is an original poem that follows no known poetry format. Or maybe it does, I dunno. This crazy little poem should be read aloud in the style of a Dr. Seuss book. Making exaggerated arm motions is not only 100% okay, […]
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 […]
Thanks to Skype for letting me play the role of a lifetime. I’d like to thank my parents, my team of agents, my butler, my cleaning lady, my management company, my tabby cat, and all the little people who helped me get to where I am today…[queue the ‘get his fat ass off the stage’ orchestral music]
He’d bristle at the notion of this being even remotely factual, but it is indeed that. So bristle away: Todd McHatton is the most in-demand artist in the kindie music community. I hereby dub him THE COLLABORATOR. He has worked with puppets, monsters, Morgan Taylor of Gustafer Yellowgold as UNDERBIRDS, […]
Christopher Healy, Author Before selling his hilarious fairy tale re-telling trio of Hero’s Guide books, Healy was a writer who, like me, covered kid’s media and kid culture for a variety of websites, including, Time Out New York Kids, AOL ParentDish, and more. What is your all-time favorite film? For […]