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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!
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In part 2 of our season finale, the Story Pirates find themselves at…the Beginning. Featuring two new stories: “Chair Dances!”, a song about a group of siblings who dream of starring in a reality television show that features Broadway stars, written by Onni, a 13 year old from Massachusetts, and “Spicy Noodles,” a story about a high stakes bet and …
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In part 1 of our season finale, the Story Pirates are pulled into a mysterious realm. Featuring two new stories: “Lima Bean with a Limousine,” a song about an ambitious legume who spends a milli on new wheels, written by Noah, a 9 year old from Canada, and “Giant Robot Particle on the Loose! And Now Aliens!”, a story about what happens when an inte…
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A visit to a famous furniture store splits the Story Pirates into warring factions that behave a lot like they’re in a famous musical. Featuring two new stories: “Llama’s Big Day,” where special guest Miguel Cervantes sings about a performing llama who learns their lines and cuts the cheese, by Frosina, a nine year old from Massachusetts, and “Tast…
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Rachel and Eric travel to a printer repair shop run by an eccentric printer repairwoman (Stephanie Hsu). Featuring two new stories: “The Ultimate Cheese Event,” a story about the intersection of politics and dairy, written by Colin, a 13 year old from California, and “Three Jobs for a Bear,” a story about a wild animal’s experience in the job marke…
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Smitty and Nimene travel below New York City to a rat city run by a Rat Czar (Jo Firestone). Featuring two new stories: “The Balloon That Never Stopped Floating,” a song about what would happen if a balloon drifted into outer space, written by Jack, a 6 year old from Tennessee, and “The Honey of Revenge,” a story about bees taking matters into thei…
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Remember Rolo’s grandpa Rollissimo? And remember that French lady Rocquerita (Kirby) from episode 1 of this season? Well, they’re back and eating pizza in Italy. Featuring two new stories: “Air Hog!”, a story about a product for your groundhog that you MUST have immediately, written by Jude, an 11 year old from Tennessee, and “The Ugly Dance Contes…
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Today’s bonus episode features a brand new story written by over a hundred different members of the Story Pirates Creator Club! The next Create a Story session is coming April 18th! Grownups, your kids can join Peter and Lee to make a new story in a virtual Create a Story session on April 18th and hear it come to life on the podcast! Create a Story…
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Siegfried the Viking and Baby With a Mustache visit New York City’s Central Park, where they meet a famous pop star (Kelly Marie Tran). Featuring two new stories: “Bring Your Parents To School Day,” a story about the impressive ability of parents to embarrass their children, written by Hendrix, a 10 year old from Australia, and “The Fridge That Liv…
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Peter takes an unusual taxi cab ride with an even more unusual crab driver (Felicia Day). Featuring two new stories: “Key Change World,” a kaleidoscopic journey to a world made up of the building blocks of music, written by Jonas, a 5 year old from California, and “The Boy Who Wanted To Be Famous,” a story about the futility of seeking fame on the …
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Lee, Rolo and Meghan visit one of the most famous places in New York City: Wall Street! Featuring two new stories: “The Flavour Thief,” a mystery about a culinary bandit and the two kids who hunt him down, written by Lailah, a 10 year old from Canada, and “Too Many Buttons,” a story about absurd automotive technology, written by an 8 year old from …
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The gang finds out the truth about why Lee has been pronouncing ‘kefir’ wrong all season long, with a little help from famous NYC superhero Arachno-Boy (Richie Moriarty). Featuring two new stories: “Leprechaun Drone Capture Plan,” a story about the value of detailed preparation, written by Orion, a 9 year old from Canada, and “The Invisible Shop,” …
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Announcing a special collaboration with our friends at Universal Pictures Home Entertainment for the new animated family comedy, Migration from Illumination! We’re looking for kid-written stories about what happens when a character goes on an adventure of a lifetime, facing obstacles along the way. We'll choose one story to adapt for a special Migr…
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Eric tries his hand at some good ‘ol New York City business, but does he have what it takes to succeed a famous teddy bear CEO (Greg Hildreth)? Featuring two new stories: “The Busker,” a song about a musician and his family of kids, pigs and cats, written by Gwen, a 9 year old from Wales, and “The Time I Was An Hour Late To School 2,” a story about…
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Siegfried the Viking visits a karaoke diner in New York City that’s run by an old friend, the fire horse Helena Flamehoof (Emily Deschanel). Featuring two new stories, “The Dancing Artichoke,” a story about a vegetable whose insistence on dancing leads to a surprising result, written by Ada, a 7 year old from Illinois, and “The Fancy Raccoon Who At…
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Nimene learns to play an artificially intelligent piano (Zach Reino). Featuring two new stories: “SoConfusing.com,” a story about the weirdest website you’ve ever been to, written by Eliana, a 10 year old from New Hampshire, and “Baby Slither Gets Creeped,” a story about a snake who learns to confront their fear of getting creeped, written by a 6 y…
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Baby with a Mustache takes a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she meets a treasure hunter (Justin Bartha). Featuring two new stories: “How To Get Into Monkey Trainer School,” a story about the most prestigious simian educational institute in the world, written by two brothers, Liam, age 12, and Finn, age 10, from Wisconsin, and “The Sn…
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