Built-In Friendships

Built-In Friendships

The Apple Seed

  • Aug 1, 2016 6:00 pm
  • 54:09 mins
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Do you remember how you met your best friend? Was it by happy accident or does it seem like you two were always meant to know each other? Well, on today’s episode, we’ve got stories for you about ready-made friendships: the kinds of friends you make because you’ve been thrown together for one reason or another. Froko & Lettuce Jenni Cargill-Strong is from the beautiful continent of Australia, and the flora & fauna of her home often make appearances in her stories. In this story, Jenni shows us that friendship can be just a matter of opening the right window. To learn more about Jenni Cargill-Strong visit www.storytree.com.au The New Neighbors Born in Havana, Cuba, Carmen came to the U.S. as a refugee in 1964, settling in Decatur, Georgia where she lives today. Her pithy collection of stories about her vibrant life, and her exciting children's books, and connections with audiences of all ages make Carmen a truly dynamic performer who we think you'll love. This story is about Carmen's childhood best friend, Dill. To learn more about Carmen Agra Deedy visit carmenagradeedy.com Water Torture When did you first become friends with your brother or sister? Antonio Sacre, whose heritage is half Irish-American and half Cuban-American, shares this great growing up tale which is one of many in his extensive repertoire. Blood is thicker than water, but a water fight with your brother can still be a great time. To learn more about Antonio Sacre visit www.antoniosacre.com

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