The covers, which have two versions for each of the actors are subjected to a poll for the readers. This reminds me of the poll between Team Jacob and Team Edward, only this one is lightyears better than the Twilight poll. So who’s my bet? Although I’m more of the good guy side, I’ll pick Loki anytime, as he brings a lot of character to the film.
Rick’s House Home Improvement Network is a podcast from Talkshoe that discusses home improvement. But it also covers home, lifestyle, leisure health, and family so this is more than just a home improvement podcast.
Warner Bros. has announced on Thursday that they have found the guy to reprise the role of Batman and he’s no other than Ben Affleck. This ended weeks of speculation on candidates such as Josh Brolin and Ryan Gosling. But is the former Daredevil star an apt choice for the caped crusader?
Getting your kids into writing poems give them the freedom to be creative and artistic. Here’s a podcast that will help your kids become a great poet as well as develop their listening skills. Kenn Nesbitt’s Poetry4Kids allows your kids to enhance those skills and eventually use them when they grow up.
The podcast delivers you some of the best poems written for kids’ understanding. Each episode, Kenn delivers you a poem posted on that date. The tone is more into story-telling style so kids will definitely like it.
Poetry4Kids reminds me of children’s shows way back like Sesame Street because of the way poems are delivered. The style it’s been read and spoken by Nesbitt has this dramatic feel that will turn kids’ attention and will definitely hook them to get interested in literature, which is very useful in the future.
Each episode only takes a few minutes so don’t worry if you think you’re kids will get bored because of long speeches. This podcast I think will work best on bedtime for your children, because it has this storytelling kind of feel.
If you’ve run out of stories to tell them before going to sleep, Poetry4Kids is the best alternative. Let them listen to one of its episodes and they would probably like it. But of course the tone is for younger kids, if your kid is in their tweens, then it may not appeal to them anymore, but if they love reading, writing and listening, then it may still suit them as it also gives inspiration to would-be writers and poets.