Story Pirates Podcast

Just in time for Christmas comes a holiday story from the archives: “The Bear Saved the Christmas” by then five year old Evan Pegorsch. This episode features an interview with now-nine year old author Evan - on his birthday! Happy holidays from the Story Pirates!

Direct download: The_Bear_Saved_the_Christmas.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 7:20pm PDT

Story Pirates are back with a another adaptation, written by a kid, performed by the Story Pirates! This week’s episode features “Ukulele Island” by then 4th grader Sarah Snyder. First performed in March of 2013 on SiriusXM radio, this podcast features an exclusive interview with author Sarah Snyder!

Direct download: Story_Pirates17UkuleleIsland.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 4:33pm PDT

 

This week’s Story Pirates episode features a story with one of the longest titles we’ve ever encountered! Check out “Melissa the superhero who can lift up a chair and she makes your day feel special” by then-five year old Sofie Dikkers. In this episode’s author interview, Sofie shares how she came up with her awesome title and her favorite things about first grade!

Direct download: Melissa_the_Superhero.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 3:13pm PDT

 

Story Pirates are back with their latest adaptation of “Fall in a hole” by then-preschooler Henry Hilliard. There’s a lot of holes on Farm Street, and plenty of adventures to be had from falling in those holes! Featuring an interview with now seven year old author Henry.

Direct download: Fall_in_a_hole.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 2:14pm PDT

 

Story Pirates are back with a story from then-sixth grader Tori Fernandes from Oak Hills, California! Tori’s story “Volleyball in the Future and Past” was written for our “Time Travel Spring Break” episode in April of 2013. Check out this episode for Tori’s story and an interview with the author! 

Direct download: Volleyball_In_the_Future_and_Past.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 12:14pm PDT

 

What happens when a garbage truck spits out trash instead of picking it up? Find out in this episode of Story Pirates podcast, featuring “Garbage Truck” by twins Jack and Melinda from Westborough, MA. Featuring an interview with authors Jack and Melinda, and a bonus fun fact about the beaches of Cape Cod!

Direct download: Story_Pirates_Podcast_-_Garbage_Truck.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 4:57pm PDT

 

Story Pirates are back with “There Is A Monster (Snufflepants)” by first grader Jayden Collier, a story that has now been performed live onstage all across the country! Meet Snufflepants, the only monster in his family. In Jayden’s words, “He’s nice I love him.” What else is Snufflepants? Check out this episode to find out! Featuring an interview with author Jayden and his amazing ideas for more monster characters!

Direct download: There_Is_A_Monster_Snufflepants.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 10:13am PDT

 

What happens when you combine a kid who doesn't know how to play football and a tornado? Find  out in this episode of the Story Pirate Podcast, featuring the story “Football Tornado” by then first grader Jackson Scott from Odessa, Texas! Join the Story Pirates for this out of this world adventure, featuring an interview with now almost 9 year old author Jackson Scott - including his advice for all you authors out there!

Direct download: Football_Tornado.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 7:18pm PDT

 

In this episode of the Story Pirate Podcast, then 7th grader Kaleigh Ringo tells us her wacky version of how a cappella was born in her story, “The Birth of Acapella”! Join the Story Pirates for a trip to Musicville and find out what happens when four kids break all the musical rules. Will their master plan work? Will they be sent to Tickle Island? There’s only one way to find out! Featuring a very special impromptu performance by author Kaleigh and her mom, this week’s episode will be music to your ears. 

Direct download: Birth_of_Acapella.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 8:02pm PDT

In this installment of the Story Pirates podcast, this musical adaptation of not-even-three year old Mia’s story “I love my big girl bed”! Find out all about Mia’s new big girl bed and why she’s not going to sleep in my crib anymore! What else does Mia love? Check out the podcast to find out! Featuring an interview with now five year old author Mia Allen, including tips for other kids on writing their own stories, and original music by Eli Bolin!

Direct download: Big_Girl_Bed.mp3
Category:Kids & Family -- posted at: 12:49pm PDT