Parents' Guide to

Little Stories Everywhere

By Molly Jackel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Imaginative tales engage, show integrity, some diversity.

Podcast Storytelling Wondery , Wondery Kids Average run time: 18 minutes
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Each story in this series is quite creative, has a good story arc with realistic character development, and usually offers teachable moments. Most episodes in Little Stories Everywhere center on a struggle to overcome or a value to learn.

The production value (from the pros at Wondery) is high -- music, sound effects, and voice acting are high quality and seamless. Hosts Virginia Madsen and Robbie Daymond are veteran actors who are believable and talented at building tension in the story and variety in the characters. Episode length (about 20 minutes) is good for holding attention and for shorter car rides; there are also many two-parters for longer listens.

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