Whaddya Gonna Do About It? Radio
By Jody Yvette Wirt
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award-winning radio that will crack you up, amaze you, or maybe just make you scratch your head and say, WTF?
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 13- THE END!||THEY MADE IT!! But you knew that, didn't you? Thanks for taking the journey with us! What shall we read next? Check back to find out! In the meantime, explore to discover other Bedtime Stories with Thomson and his talk show- A Cup of Coffee wi||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 11 - Chapter 12||The number of buffalos killed is disgusting, especially since we now know they were hunted to extinction. But this story is true to the times! Whaddya you think? Tell us here!||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 11||Hunting the wild buffalo! How exciting! Thanks for listening- ELE!||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 10||Thanks for reading the classics of literature with Thomson and his Dad! Are you enjoying The Oregon Trail? Chapter 10 is the Homeward Trail, let us know what you think on our Facebook page please!||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 9, Part-2||The Ogalala need more buffalo skin, experience the chase! Comment on our Facebook Page!||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 9, Part-1||Indian Days! What do you think of The Oregon Trail? We would love to hear from you, like our Facebook page and post your opinions! Thanks for listening, come back tomorrow for the rest of chapter 9.||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 8, Part-2||Will the Sioux go to war with the Shoshone? Listen to find out!||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 8, Part-1||Parkman's work regarding nationality, race, and especially Native Americans have generated criticism. C. Vann Woodward wrote that Parkman permitted his bias to control his judgment, drawing a distinction between Indian "savagery" and settler "civiliza||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 7||Parkman is one of the most notable nationalist historians. In recognition of his talent and accomplishments, the Society for American Historians annually awards the Francis Parkman Prize for the best book on American history. His work has been praised||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 6||The Oregon Trail is a 2,200-mile (3,500 km) historic east-west large wheeled wagon route and emigrant trail that connected the Missouri River to valleys in Oregon. The eastern part of the Oregon Trail spanned part of the future state of Kansas and near||6/22/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 4, part-2 and Chapter 5||There are some outdated, what we today would consider racist; attitudes in this book. Francis Parkman was a product of his time and it is good that we acknowledge this was how it was so that we don't repeat these attitudes. Parkman actually spent a||6/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 3, part-2 and Chapter 4, part-1||Francis Parkman's family was somewhat appalled at his choice of life work, since at the time writing histories of the American wilderness was considered ungentlemanly. Serious historians would study ancient history, or after the fashion of the time, the||6/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 3, part-1||Francis Parkman enrolled at Harvard College at age 16! In his second year he conceived the plan that would become his life's work- writing a history of forests. In 1843, at the age of 20, he traveled to Europe for eight months in the fashion of the||6/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 2||As a young boy, "Frank" Parkman was found to be of poor health, and was sent to live with his maternal grandfather, who owned a 3,000-acre tract of wilderness in nearby Medford, Massachusetts, in the hopes that a more rustic lifestyle would make him mo||6/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 1, part-2||"The Oregon Trail appeared in 1849, and with its publication Parkman was launched upon his career as a storyteller without peer in American letters. ... It is the picturesqueness, the racy vigor, the poetic elegance, the youthful excitement, that give||6/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Chapter 1, part-1||The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life (also published as The California & Oregon Trail) is a book written by Francis Parkman. It was originally serialized in twenty-one installments in Knickerbocker's Magazine (1847–49) an||6/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Oregon Trail, Introduction||Who is Francis Parkman? The author of The Oregon Trail who was fascinated by Indians! Some of the stuff in this book is not politically correct, but that's OK, John explains it so the kids will understand. Regardless of the language, this is a fas||6/15/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Wizard of Oz, Chapter-21-22 THE END!||The exciting conclusion of The Wizard of Oz! What did you and your children think of this book? What do you think of the ending? We would love to hear from you, please post your thoughts on our Facebook page! And make sure to check back for our||6/8/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBedtime Stories, The Wizard of Oz, Chapter-20||The strangest man any of them had ever seen!! (and that's really saying something! stranger than flying monkeys, wicked witches, and munchkins?!) Bizarre!Thanks for listening, don't forget to visit our facebook page!||6/8/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
If you want to brighten your day, listen to this four year old and his father. There's no telling what the conversation may cover, but inevitably you will get a smile out of it. It's only 7-8 minutes, and you can't go wrong with a smart thoughtful kid and an adoring Dad.
Wow this kids a genius!!
I love this little show! I can't believe he's a 3-4 year old! The periodical table? Reading? My junior high going son is just getting to this science. His Dads funny too. 5 stars!!