• Feb 19, 2020 2:00 am
  • 56:52 mins
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Heroes don't always wear a cape and cowl or fly through the air at incredible speeds. Acts of heroism are all around us, from a bystander administering CPR to a visit by a friend at a time of need. As you listen to stories by Bonnie Greenberg, Mark Binder, and Charlotte Blake-Alston, take some time to reflect on the people who've been your heroes. Then ponder about the people you know could really use a hero right about now, and go and do something about it. No cape and cowl required. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: Radio Family Journal: Donald Herbert Daily Mix: Stewart Foster discusses “20,000 Hertz” Story Spotlight: “Devoleb” by Bonnie Greenberg (10:50) Storytime: “The Short Tale of Erika P. Spunk” by Mark Binder (8:08) “John Henry Story” by Charlotte Blake-Alston (10:30) “The Little Heroes of Kfar Tabor” by Bonnie Greenberg (6:05)