On today’s show the exciting conclusion of David Biedrzycki’s Ace Lacewing: Bug Detective. More from Linda Salisbury’s Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater. And we’ll hear Linda Eder perform Deepest Blue from Sandra Boynton’s Frog Trouble. All that and imagination building exercises on this week’s episode of StoryBoard.

Question of the Week:

Each week during Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater we’ll take a short break from the story to bring you The Question of the Week. During this segment we’ll read a short  story and ask questions about what we read. If you believe you know the answer to the question, e-mail us at StoryBoardIPR@gmail.com. Those of you who submit correct answers will be entered in a drawing to win the Book of the Week. Make sure to have your answer in by Thursday and to include your name, the town where you live, and a phone number where we can reach you. Good luck and happy reading!

Parents, we take our questions directly from Brain Quest, an educational resource that helps motivates children, improving their reading skills, math skills, and more.

Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater:

During summer vacation, Bailey Fish and her friends, adopted brothers Noah and Fred Keswick and their foster sister, Sparrow, convert an abandoned chicken coop into a theater and write a play about historical ghosts and space travelers. The embedded history is about the Angel of Marye’s Heights during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Richard Kirkand’s compassion for the wounded and dying Union enemy, plus historic and modern pictures of the Sunken Road, and a map of the battle.

Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children’s books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!

   

 

On this week’s show we’ll be continuing Bailey Fish’s adventures in Linda Salisbury’s Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater.  We’ll also feature Beautiful Baby performed by Darius Rucker from Sandra Boynton’s Frog Trouble, which should be a real hoot, or is that Hootie? And we’ll also feature the first installment in a special two part presentation of David Biedrzycki’s Ace Lacewing: Bug Detective. All that and some great exercises to stretch and fill your imaginations on this week’s StoryBoard.

Question of the Week:

Each week during Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater we’ll take a short break from the story to bring you The Question of the Week. During this segment we’ll read a short  story and ask questions about what we read. If you believe you know the answer to the question, e-mail us at StoryBoardIPR@gmail.com. Those of you who submit correct answers will be entered in a drawing to win the Book of the Week. Make sure to have your answer in by Thursday and to include your name, the town where you live, and a phone number where we can reach you. Good luck and happy reading!

Parents, we take our questions directly from Brain Quest, an educational resource that helps motivates children, improving their reading skills, math skills, and more.

Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater:

During summer vacation, Bailey Fish and her friends, adopted brothers Noah and Fred Keswick and their foster sister, Sparrow, convert an abandoned chicken coop into a theater and write a play about historical ghosts and space travelers. The embedded history is about the Angel of Marye’s Heights during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Richard Kirkand’s compassion for the wounded and dying Union enemy, plus historic and modern pictures of the Sunken Road, and a map of the battle.

Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children’s books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!

On this week’s episode of StoryBoard, a tale of a great man and great man’s best friend as we hear War Dogs Churchill & Rufus by Kathryn Selbert. And from Sandra Boynton’s Frog Trouble we’ll play Alligator Stroll performed by Josh Turner. And then we’ll continue our wonderful adventures with Bailey Fish in Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater by Linda Salisbury. All that and exercises to broaden your imagination on today’s show.

Question of the Week:

Each week during Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater we’ll take a short break from the story to bring you The Question of the Week. During this segment we’ll read a short  story and ask questions about what we read. If you believe you know the answer to the question, e-mail us at StoryBoardIPR@gmail.com. Those of you who submit correct answers will be entered in a drawing to win the Book of the Week. Make sure to have your answer in by Thursday and to include your name, the town where you live, and a phone number where we can reach you. Good luck and happy reading!

Parents, we take our questions directly from Brain Quest, an educational resource that helps motivates children, improving their reading skills, math skills, and more.

Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater:

During summer vacation, Bailey Fish and her friends, adopted brothers Noah and Fred Keswick and their foster sister, Sparrow, convert an abandoned chicken coop into a theater and write a play about historical ghosts and space travelers. The embedded history is about the Angel of Marye’s Heights during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Richard Kirkand’s compassion for the wounded and dying Union enemy, plus historic and modern pictures of the Sunken Road, and a map of the battle.

Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children’s books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!

   

On this week’s show we will be continuing Linda Salisbury’s Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater. We’ll hear the tale of a boy, his dog, and obedience school in Good Dog Aggie by Lori Reis. We’ll also be featuring exercises that stretch your imagination, our question of the week, and the song End of a Summer Storm performed by Alison Krauss from Frog Trouble by Sandra Boynton. All that on this week’s StoryBoard.

Question of the Week:

Each week during Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater we’ll take a short break from the story to bring you The Question of the Week. During this segment we’ll read a short  story and ask questions about what we read. If you believe you know the answer to the question, e-mail us at StoryBoardIPR@gmail.com. Those of you who submit correct answers will be entered in a drawing to win the Book of the Week. Make sure to have your answer in by Thursday and to include your name, the town where you live, and a phone number where we can reach you. Good luck and happy reading!

Parents, we take our questions directly from Brain Quest, an educational resource that helps motivates children, improving their reading skills, math skills, and more.

Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater:

During summer vacation, Bailey Fish and her friends, adopted brothers Noah and Fred Keswick and their foster sister, Sparrow, convert an abandoned chicken coop into a theater and write a play about historical ghosts and space travelers. The embedded history is about the Angel of Marye’s Heights during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Richard Kirkand’s compassion for the wounded and dying Union enemy, plus historic and modern pictures of the Sunken Road, and a map of the battle.

Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children’s books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!

  

This week on Storyboard show we will once again continue Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater  by Linda Salisbury. We’ll also hear the tale of a scary ghost that used to be a cow in Boo Cow by Patricia Baehr. Sometimes things may not be how they seem to be. All that plus more exercises in imagination, the song Copycat performed by Brad Paisley from Sandra Boynton’s Frog Trouble, and our question of the week can be heard in this week’s edition of StoryBoard.

 

Question of the Week:

Each week during Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater we’ll take a short break from the story to bring you The Question of the Week. During this segment we’ll read a short  story and ask questions about what we read. If you believe you know the answer to the question, e-mail us at StoryBoardIPR@gmail.com. Those of you who submit correct answers will be entered in a drawing to win the Book of the Week. Make sure to have your answer in by Thursday and to include your name, the town where you live, and a phone number where we can reach you. Good luck and happy reading!

Parents, we take our questions directly from Brain Quest, an educational resource that helps motivates children, improving their reading skills, math skills, and more.

Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater:

During summer vacation, Bailey Fish and her friends, adopted brothers Noah and Fred Keswick and their foster sister, Sparrow, convert an abandoned chicken coop into a theater and write a play about historical ghosts and space travelers. The embedded history is about the Angel of Marye’s Heights during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Richard Kirkand’s compassion for the wounded and dying Union enemy, plus historic and modern pictures of the Sunken Road, and a map of the battle.

Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children’s books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!

  

This week on Storyboard show we will once again continue Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater  by Linda Salisbury. We’ll also hear the story about two witches who use their magic in very different ways in Alice and Greta by Steven J. Simmons. All that plus more exercises in imagination, the song Broken Piano performed by Ben Folds from Sandra Boynton’s Frog Trouble, and our question of the week can be heard in this week’s edition of StoryBoard.

 

Question of the Week:

Each week during Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater we’ll take a short break from the story to bring you The Question of the Week. During this segment we’ll read a short  story and ask questions about what we read. If you believe you know the answer to the question, e-mail us at StoryBoardIPR@gmail.com. Those of you who submit correct answers will be entered in a drawing to win the Book of the Week. Make sure to have your answer in by Thursday and to include your name, the town where you live, and a phone number where we can reach you. Good luck and happy reading!

Parents, we take our questions directly from Brain Quest, an educational resource that helps motivates children, improving their reading skills, math skills, and more.

Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater:

During summer vacation, Bailey Fish and her friends, adopted brothers Noah and Fred Keswick and their foster sister, Sparrow, convert an abandoned chicken coop into a theater and write a play about historical ghosts and space travelers. The embedded history is about the Angel of Marye’s Heights during the Battle of Fredericksburg. Richard Kirkand’s compassion for the wounded and dying Union enemy, plus historic and modern pictures of the Sunken Road, and a map of the battle.

Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children’s books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!

  

This week on Storyboard show we will once again continue Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater  by Linda Salisbury. We’ll also hear the charming story of a boy and his new dog in Aggie and Ben: Three Stories by Lori Reis. All that plus more exercises in imagination, the song When Pigs Fly performed by Ryan Adams from Sandra Boynton’s Frog Trouble, and our question of the week can be heard in this week’s edition of StoryBoard.

  

This week on Storyboard show we’ll be continuing Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater  by Linda Salisbury. We’ll also hear a story of a girl and her grandmother in Maureen Boyd Biro’s Walking With Maga. All that plus more exercises in imagination, songs from Frog Trouble by Sandra Boynton, and our question of the week can be heard in this week’s edition of StoryBoard.

 

 

 

In this week’s episode of Storyboard we share the tale of two siblings who are finally old enough to experience the thrill of the carnival in Night Sky Wheel Ride by Sheree Fitch. We also continue our Bailey Fish Adventure with more Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater by Linda Salisbury. All that plus more exercises in imagination, songs from Frog Trouble by Sandra Boynton, and our question of the week can be heard in this week’s edition of StoryBoard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this week’s episode of StoryBoard, we learn about how the most popular American dictionary came to exist in Noah Webster and His Words by Jeri Chase FerrisWe also learn more about Bailey Fish and her adventures in Ghost of the Chicken Coop Theater by Linda Salisbury. All that plus more exercises in imagination, songs from Frog Trouble by Sandra Boynton, and our question of the week can be heard in this week’s edition of StoryBoard.