Mr. Redge wonders where he’ll get his daily dose of adventure while Jonathan takes a storytelling break to spend time planting and tending his garden. All it takes is turning on their magical radio to tune-in to Newsy Pooloozi, the Common Sense Media news podcast pick for curious kids (and hedgehogs). In this episode, mother-daughter duo, Lyndee and Leela, talk about the hopes for earth-saving plastic trees and the surprising benefits of zoo poo!
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CREDITS:Today’s magical radio intro was written by Molly Murphy and performed by Jonathan Cormur. Sound recording and production by Jermaine Hamilton at Hamilton Studio Recordings. Today’s episode was created and provided by the amazing Newsy Pooloozi team. You can find more of their work wherever you listen to podcasts, or on their website, newsypooloozi.com. Discover more of our tales at DorktalesStorytime.com.
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