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Rhea Pechter
Little Stories for Tiny People
Anytime and bedtime stories for kids
Little Stories for Tiny People is a kids' podcast featuring original kids' stories that will delight the tiny people in your life. Perfect for bleary-eyed parents, innovative teachers, and at-wits’-end babysitters looking for an alternative, non-annoying way to engage the toddlers and young kids they love at bedtime or anytime! Each story for children is lovingly written and performed with attention to the whimsical senses of humor children often possess. Visit www.littlestoriestinypeople.com to learn more, to purchase the first LSFTP picture book, and to shop for merch!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 3,445 ratings
I am a Rhinoceros!!!
Excuse me I am not a tiny person I am a rhinoceros so please include animals too but I do love your podcast a lot so thank you for writing your amazing stories thanks Naia the rhino
Naia Shih via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 05/10/21
This is so great!
I just wanna say that this podcast is amazing! Keep up the good work😉
Annleebird via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/08/21
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MIray M via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/07/21
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