Note: please use the Official Request Form linked at the top of my website (angelaodell.com) to submit podcast episode requests! All requests must come through that form. Thank you! Real Cool History for Kids tells amazing stories from history, from a Biblical worldview perspective. Hey, kids, do you like stories about weird, cool, and just plain awesome events and people in history? If you do, you're going to love this podcast show! From creepy abandoned places all over the world to little-known facts about well-known people in history, Angela O'Dell, author of the history series, America's Story and The World's Story, brings you new episodes of Real Cool History just for kids, twice a month.
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Episode #78. The winter of 1939-40. The war between the Soviet Union and Finland. This episode is sponsored by The World's Story history curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 78th episode in ... more
Episode #77. Japan's Feudal Period. This episode is sponsored by The World's Story history curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 77th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool H... more
Episode #76. (1919) The story of the Great Molassis Flood. This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 76th episode in the popular podcast s... more
Hi,Were jim and Georgia and we love your videos we listen to them all the time,Thank you
My name is Judah and I am 9 years old. I love Jesus and I love history! My dad and I really enjoy driving and listening to your great stories! Thank you for sharing your gifts and talents to bless others!
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Hi this is Jenna from Saskatchewan. I really enjoy listening to Angela talk about certain times in history. I really enjoy even the small things like her voice. Have you ever thought about doing book narrating? You’d be great at it!
Our homeschooling family with four children (ages 8, 12, 12 and 15) enjoy listening during our lunch breaks. Love the back stories of popular and familiar topics! I especially love the biblical worldview connection at the end. Bravo!
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Real Cool History for kids launched 3 years ago and published 79 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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