Here’s Kevin Shortsleeve, stomping around.
Today, Rita Smith is helping us to rediscover Laura E. Richards.
Believe it or not, it’s For Pete’s Sake Day. Have you ever wondered just who Pete was? Shelley Fraser Mickle has, and she has this story for us today.
That’s a haunting field call that was recorded in 1950. It’s part of a two CD African American oral history called “Every Tone a Testimony.”
It’s Plant the Seeds of Greatness Month, and Shelley Fraser Mickle is getting the ground ready.
Rainbow Tales and Rainbow Tales 2 features 28 stories from some of the world’s best storytellers. John Cech has our review.
That’s the African American artist, James Butler, talking about his early commitment to art on a documentary film by Julia D’Amico called The Highwaymen. Everyone has been talking about the Highwaymen in Florida for the past few years.
Today, we interview Joseph Bruchac, Native American storyteller – and author of more than seventy books for adults and children.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and Fiona Barnes has some reflections on children’s cherished lore of love.
Valentine’s Day tomorrow has Shelley Fraser Mickle thinking about those infatuations we call “puppy love.”