Project Tag: <span>april</span>

Episode S17 – BarbenHeimer!

We missed the Barbenheimer bandwagon! Can our rushed effort to catch up ever be Kenough, or are we destined to become Death, destroyer of worlds…

Barbenheimer… the book? (reviewed by Mirabel Power, age 11; Leilani Power, age 15; and Chaska Power, age 16)

Special thanks to our spectacular Power Family Chorus! They are:

Brian and Vickie Power;

Becky, Chloe, Wyatt, and Felicity Ogier;

Kelsey Charleston-Power;

Otis and Vance DeLong;

Chaska, Leilani, Mira, and Brennen Power;

And Rose Dumais!

You are always Kenough in our books!

Episode S16 – Mid-Life Crisis 2023

We’ve been doing this podcast for how long??? Seven years???!!! Do we even want to do this thing anymore?

Book Power for Kids tries to come to grips with a mid-life crisis and asks what else it could be doing. Also, someone buys a helicopter…

Happy April Fools everyone!

Episode S15 – Ulysses by James Joyce (April Fools…

Encyclopedia Britannica calls Ulysses: “Stylistically dense and exhilarating, it is generally regarded as a masterpiece and has been the subject of numerous volumes of commentary and analysis.”

We’ve thrown that out the window and interpreted it in tap-dance. Enjoy!

Ulysses by James Joyce reviewed by Blosom, the tapdancing puppy.

Episode S13 – Sherlock Holmes: The Red Headed League…

Welcome to another April Fools episode of Book Power for Vets! Wait what?
Chaska, Lani and Mirabel team up to review a classic mystery, but everything is not as it seems.
Can the Power kids solve the mystery of who re-wrote the script?

Sherlock Holmes: The Red-Headed League, reviewed by Lani, age 12, Chaska, age 13 and Mirabel, age 8

Mad love to our MadLibs contributors!
Megan, Jay, Vance, Otis, Clyde, Becky, Chloe, Wyatt, Jayne, Mick, Rose, Angela and Eleanor from St. Louis, Missouri

Emerson, Griff and Jonathan from Chicago, Illinois

Mike and Aaron from California

Ari from Boston

Ruby from Freiburg, Germany

Jenn, Mike, Crystal, Lisa and Ian from Florida

Alice from Oklahoma

Did we miss your name? Sorry!!! Send our forgetful Dad a message and he’ll add it here!

An Undone Fairy Tale

A brave knight rescues a fair princess from.. wait, stop reading so fast. I can’t write that quickly!!!

An Undone Fairy Tale by Ian Lendler, illustrated by Whitney Martin, reviewed by (Chaska, Leilani, and Mirabel, ages 12, 11, and 7).

We did this episode in collaboration with a bunch of other great Kids Listen podcasts! Here’s an article that lists and describes them all!

Episode S1 – Webster’s Thesaurus (Dictionary Format)

The Power kids review Webster’s Thesaurus (Dictionary Format!)! This is our most exciting, arousing, stimulating and awakening episode ever! 

The Whole Family reviews Webster’s Thesaurus (Dictionary Format), written by ummmm… Webster, I guess?