Kiddo has joined the illustrious Magenta Scouts! But he's nervous about his first meeting – what if he has a hard time making friends? Mimi has the perfect story to put his mind at ease, and a good snack doesn't hurt either.
‘Gam zu l’tovah. Even this is for the good.’– Nachum Ish Gamzu, Talmud Masechet Taanit, 21a
It's a special day -- Kiddo's family is coming over to Mimi's house for Shabbat dinner! While Kiddo and Mimi bake, Kiddo asks Mimi all about the history of challah. Listen in - and visit pjlibrary.org/shabbat to find our favorite challah recipes.
Oh no! Baby Z has damaged big brother Kiddo's beloved stuffie, Owly. Fortunately Mimi is ready with a story to help frustrated Kiddo find forgiveness. Listeners will love Mimi’s retelling of the salty story of Jonah, a Yom Kippur tradition.
Kiddo is all worked up because his parents want to get rid of his beloved blanket, Mankaroo. Despite being tattered and falling to pieces, Kiddo is not quite ready to part with the old blanket just yet. Luckily, Mimi's neighbor, Miss Jenn, has some magic up her sleeve. With Miss Jenn's help, and a wonderful story, Benjy's Blanket, Kiddo's beloved Mankaroo gets turned into something new and wonderful.
Benjy's Blanket is written by Miguel Gouveia, illustrated by Raquel Catalina, and published by Green Bean Books.
Why is Mimi making cheesecake? Does Kiddo even like cheesecake? And what's all this about a holiday featuring arts, crafts, ice cream, and staying up late? Learn all about Shavuot with Mimi and Kiddo!
Find Shavuot stories, recipes, and activity guides at pjlibrary.org/shavuot
Kiddo and Mimi will be back next month with a new story. Enjoy a clip from Beyond the Bookcase's new Passover adventure, featuring Humpty Dumpty! For a full playlist of Passover stories, songs, and blessings, visit pjlibrary.org/passover.
It's time for the annual Purim carnival! But Kiddo doesn't have his costume ready? Oh no! Luckily Mimi is an expert at putting together fun and fabulous dress-up outfits. While Kiddo gets ready, Mimi answers his big questions about Purim traditions. Learn more (and find your own last minute costume tutorials) at pjlibrary.org/Purim.