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Becoming Mother Nature

By Robert Yaniz Jr., Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Tween pod centers on healing nature and generational trauma.

Podcast Adventure Gen-Z Media Average run time: 20 minutes
Becoming Mother Nature podcast art: a tree stands in front of a blue sky, while a girl nearby looks at butterflies

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A combination of supernatural adventure and emotional tween drama, this podcast is a character-driven story about discovering who you are versus who the world wants you to be. Becoming Mother Nature might have more to say than some listeners are expecting, but considering its target audience of tweens, it delivers the right messages at just the right time. Chloe's journey is sure to be relatable to tween listeners and their parents, offering a great spark for post listening conversation. The compelling story emphasizes the beauty and might of nature itself in a way that will make a positive impact on impressionable listeners. In addition to its rich story and themes, Becoming Mother Nature features stellar voice performances and immaculate production across the board.

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