Showing a little kindness to someone can really go a long way!
Boltz the Robot fixes a big problem that arises during the Isle of Hooglafair's Movie Night, and he learns that being kind to others is what truly makes him happy. Wallace the Whale, Katy Elizabeth, and Nerlin the Space Alien write letters to let their friends know how much they mean to them.
Our featured artist is Lloyd H. Miller. This Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter does a lot to show kindness to others through his music and life. We are excited to showcase his song 'I'm Gonna Light Up the World' in this episode! Read an interview with him at www.sugarcrashkids.com/blog
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This episode requires a Bandaid! It's all about getting hurt... and getting better!
A teenager named Ollie tells us about breaking his arm during a skateboarding competition, and Captain Crazy Two Shoes gives us some odd advice about how to keep yourself injury-free as a pirate.
Our featured artist is a band from Seattle, Washington called The Not-Its. They help kids rock out with their fun, upbeat brand of kindie rock! Check out an interview with them and more at www.sugarcrashkids.com/blog
This episode is brought to you by Market Colors. They are a nonprofit that helps create sustainable income for craftsmen from Africa and India. To hear more about them and how you can win a beautiful handmade clutch, visit www.sugarcrashkids.com/giveaway
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