• Apr 27, 2021
  • 56:49 mins
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Einstein once said that "imagination is more important than intelligence." We often hear that from art teachers, but one of the greatest scientists the world has ever known? He might just be onto something. Without imagination, how could we ever discover something new? How could we ever become better, and make the world better along with us? Stories are often full of imagination. Sometimes they really happened, sometimes they’re fantastic, but whatever they are, they can help us expand our reality and imagine new frontiers in our own lives. Today we have stories from Pam Faro, Priscilla Howe, Kevin Kling, and more. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “Slops” by Pam Faro from Why Didn’t I Think of That? Seeking Solutions - Some Sassy, Some Silly, Some Smart (2:37) Radio Family Journal: "Shelline Party" by Sam Payne (17:08) The Daily Mix: “Secondhand Lions” with Rod Gustafson (23:19) “Ruby Bridges” by Kate Dudding from Fighting for Our Rights - American Women Mid 20th Century (31:12) “The Belly Button Bird” by Priscilla Howe from The Best (And Worst) of Beasts (45:44) “Demo Derby” by Kevin Kling from Wonderlure! (51:12)