What a fizztastic time I had with Mike and Amy of The Bible for Kids Podcast! We had a wondrous conversation about what it means to teach your kids with faith and science!
The Bible for Kids is all about discovery and information for authors, platforms, musicians, games, films, and more, that seek to help instill biblical principles in kids. The podcast desires to be a resource for churches, small groups, teachers, parents, grandparents of kids ages 0-18 to help them pass along Christian values to the kids in their lives.
About the hosts:
Amy Parker is the bestselling author of over fifty books for children, teens, and adults, including A Night Night Prayer and the Christian Retailing’s Best Award winners Firebird and Courageous Teens, which she co-authored. Her books have sold more than 1.5 million copies. A three-time Mom’s Choice Award winner, she lives outside Nashville with her husband and their two sons.
Mike Nawrocki, co-creator of VeggieTales and the voice of the beloved Larry The Cucumber, has been part of the pulse of the Veggie brand since its inception in 1993. Mike has created, written, and directed most of the popular “Silly Songs with Larry” segments, including fan favorites “His Cheeseburger” and “The Hairbrush Song.” He has also lent his screenwriting and directing talents to dozens of VeggieTales episodes such as “Madame Blueberry and The League of Incredible Vegetables,” as well as both of the properties’ theatrical release films, Jonah and The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything. In addition, Mike has authored a number of VeggieTales books and CD projects as well as developing and writing for another of Big Idea’s hit animated properties, 3-2-1 Penguins. Mike is currently focused on developing new children’s properties centered around fun characters, engaging storytelling, and wholesome values. Mike makes his home in Franklin, TN, with his wife and two children.
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Greetings my fizztastic friends! I am excited to share that I did two interviews and one experiment on Friday!
I can not wait for you to listen to my neato interview on the Bible for Kids Podcast with hosts Amy Parker and Mike Narwocki (yes he is the voice of Larry the Cucumber). Amy has written a ubiquitous amount of amazing books that you must check out, and well who hasn't watched Veggie Tales or listened to Larry the Cucumber sing about his Hair Brush? I might have a bit in awe by these two amazing and prolific content creators!
We had a marvelous time talking about the book, faith and science, and my hopes for each of you!
Next up I got to interview with the fizztastic Care from The Wednesday Bookmark which airs on CHRI which is in, wait for it! CANADA! That's right I got to do an international radio show! WOOHOO!
The marvelous thing is, CHRI is all about helping you connect with family friends and faith! And Fizzlebop Labs is all about that too!
Plus Care and I recorded a second part, which we can't wait to share with you. It's a Super Simple experiment featuring my favorite thing, can you guess it; FIZZ! So stay tuned for more updates soon!
Talking about this fizzilicious book (Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop) made me all the more excited for you to get it and begin experimenting. So check out this fun celebration video on the Fizzlebop Labs YouTube channel! And be sure to subscribe, because there will be weekly videos starting in November!
"Families who believe in faith and science will thrill in the fizzy fun of Fizzlebop."
- Kirkus Reviews
Take a peek at Kirkus Reviews thoughts on Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop. We are excited to be getting so much attention from some many media outlets.
Truly Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop can help to show kids and families, that faith and science are not meant to be mutually exclusive. Because we know our God created the very building blocks of Science.
Congratulations to Dr. Fizzlebop and Tyndale Kids for getting noticed by Publishers Weekly for creating opportunities for kids and parents to experience science as it was created by a great and amazing God! Check out what they had to say: "Children’s publishers have pumped up the volume of activity books and guided devotionals, particularly in the sensitive area of science and religion. Tyndale House associate publisher Linda Howard decries the 'myth' that 'if you believe in science, you can’t believe in God—and if you believe in God, you can’t believe in science.' She adds: 'That is simply not true. God himself created the building blocks of science.' In this vein, Tyndale Kids is publishing 'Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop: 52 Fizztastically Fun Experiments and Devotions for Families' (Nov.). It is accompanied by videos starring author Brock Eastman, who can pivot from a kitchen-table-top experiment to a biblical passage in minutes."
I believe in the four Fs: Faith, Family, Fun, and FIZZ!