The award-winning Story Pirates Podcast takes stories written by kids and turns them into sketch comedy and songs. Made up of talented comedians, songwriters, and frequent celebrity guests, the Story Pirates inspire kids to create, bringing laughter to kids and grownups of all ages with hilarious sketches, catchy original songs from all genres, and interviews with the creative geniuses behind the stories… kids!
We love it when narrators get involved in the stories they are telling. And recently, we received a story that not only has a meddlesome narrator, but the author himself intervenes as well. So, for the first time ever on this show, today’s new story, by 11 year old William in Colorado, co-stars the author himself.
30 November Finished
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20 November Finished
The Story Pirates track down Rachel, who has been busy directing a television show at the Statue of Liberty. Featuring two new stories: “The Ice Cream Translator,” a story about a young inventor who accidentally unleashes vengeful ice creams upon the world, written by Jacob, a 10 year old from Michigan, and “The Dad Who Bought Himself,” a cautionary tale about a dad who thought he could get more done by making copies of himself, written by 7 year old from New Hampshire named Lyla.
16 November Finished
The Story Pirates track down Eric and Peter, who have been busy constructing a strange theme park near Coney Island. Featuring two new stories: “The Staple Removing Comedian,” about a comic who finds his muse in tiny, metal fasteners, written by Sebastian, an 11 year old from Texas, and “The Smelly Cheese,” a story about an outcast blue cheese desperate for validation from the person who owns the fridge she lives in, written by an 8 year old from Pennsylvania named Tess.
9 November Finished
The Story Pirates track down Nimene, who has become a top fashion designer for an eccentric mathematician (Christy Carlson Romano). Featuring two new stories: “Porch Boogie,” a song about porches that detach from their houses and start a dance party, written by Elias, a 4 year old from Washington, and “A Very Monstrous Game Show,” a story about the only game show where contestants genetically engineer terrifying monsters to win the Golden Gross Thing, by an 11 year old from Utah named Charlie.
2 November Finished