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Children's Corner

Saturday 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Delightful stories and music for children of all ages: The Children’s Corner provides two hours of music, stories, and imaginative activities for kids from age 2 to 92.

Annie Garde and Sam Manno alternate in hosting this weekly program, produced by Montana Public Radio.

Michael, now a senior in high school, imitating a meditation pose at the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas.
Sam Manno

On a rare afternoon off of work and the farm, I made a trip to the Mission Valley to clear my mind. I stopped at the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas in Arlee. It was my son Michael who first "enlightened" me about the eightfold path in the design of the garden. I then made my way north to Mission Dam.

"Love 12 Miles Long"
Sam Manno

Book review of "Love 12 Miles Long," heard on "Children's Corner" 02/20/16.

All The Stars In The Sky

Feb 26, 2016
Snow on the goat's coat looks like stars in the sky.
Sam Manno

By the time I finish my milking and feeding chores, the stars are out and I get a chance to look at them and daydream. At the winter solstice, Orion  was laying on his side above the barn. Now he's standing upright above the pasture, and will soon disappear until next winter. Where does Orion go?

Find out why one of Sam's goats wears a coat, on the next "Children's Corner".
Sam Manno

Find out why Sam’s spent $2,000 on his goat Zoey, and why she's wearing a coat.

You'll also learn how words freed the young slave Fredrick Douglass.

Saturday, February 6 at 7:00 a.m. on "Children's Corner". Tune in on your radio or online.

Bradin from the Missoula Public Library, will be our guest on "Pea Green Boat" on February 1, and will continue the "new" theme.
Sam Manno

Bradin from the Missoula Public Library, will be our guest on "Pea Green Boat" on February 1, and will continue the "new" theme.

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