Tune-In Tales

9:01 a.m. Thursdays

Tune in for tales for kids! Join our storytelling troupe for a short story to get kids thinking, giggling and learning. Every Thursday at 9:01 a.m.

If I Built A Car

Dec 5, 2019

Park your boring old car, Dad, and let Jack tell you about the cool car he's going to have someday, in "If I Built a Car," by Chris Van Dusen, read by Audrey Hobart-Anderson.

The Story of Ferdinand

Nov 21, 2019

Ferdinand the bull would much rather sit and smell the flowers than compete in the bullfights. Can he convince the world to let him be.

"The Story of Ferdinad," by Munro Leaf. Read by Audrey Hobart-Anderson.

"What's that big, bright circle in the sky?" asks Christopher. Wise Owl knows it's the moon and she tells Christopher all about it in "What is the Moon" by Chris Arvetis and Carole Palmer, read by Sally Cassano.

May 7 was Alaska Agriculture Day, celebrated the first Tuesday in May since 2007 to highlight the importance of home-grown sustainability in Alaska. Did you know that the Kenai Peninsula has more than 260 farms? And that total sales of Kenai Peninsula agricultural crops in 2017 was $5.4 million?

Today’s Tune-In Tales is a story celebrating Alaska Ag Day, read by Kenai Peninsula farmers, Lou Heite and Steve Dahl, of Eagle Glade Farms, in Nikiski.

When he follows his nose through the woods, Cub discovers a backyard tea party, with cookies! But he also discovers a tea party hostess who is very bossy, in "Tea Party Rules," by Amy Dyckman, read by Branden Bornemann

And, a kindhearted mouse becomes Santa’s littlest helper in "Santa Mouse," by Michael Brown.

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