On tonight’s Thursday Night Special, it’s the season for spooky on episode two of Kid Lit with Lisa Loeb! We meet a scuba diving cat, an agent from the Creepy Intelligence Agency, an Extraterrestrial named Ethel, and face questions that rate you from normal to one-of-a-kind weird… which turns out is pretty normal, too!

Three in-depth interviews with the authors and editors from National Geographic Kids anchor the show: Robin Terry (“Ultimate Weird but True 2″), Becky Baines (“That’s Creepy!”) and author Mark Shulman (“Are You Normal? 2″.)

  • Children’s Literature expert Emma Dryden gives us the scoop on the newest age category: “New Adult.”
  • We explore costumes inspired by children’s stories.
  • And our diversity spotlight shines on a book that breaks as many stereotypes as it spoofs.

All in all, it’s an episode that plumbs the creepiest, scariest non-fiction to entertain, inform, and get listeners to believe that it really is CREEPY, WACKY… AND TRUE!

ON Thursday Night Special | October 31, 2013 | 7:00 pm

Creepy, Wacky & TRUE! Kids Halloween Special

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On tonight’s Thursday Night Special, it’s the season for spooky on episode two of Kid Lit with Lisa Loeb! We meet a scuba diving cat, an agent from the Creepy Intelligence Agency, an Extraterrestrial named Ethel, and face questions that rate you from normal to one-of-a-kind weird… which turns out is pretty normal, too!

Three in-depth interviews with the authors and editors from National Geographic Kids anchor the show: Robin Terry (“Ultimate Weird but True 2″), Becky Baines (“That’s Creepy!”) and author Mark Shulman (“Are You Normal? 2″.)

  • Children’s Literature expert Emma Dryden gives us the scoop on the newest age category: “New Adult.”
  • We explore costumes inspired by children’s stories.
  • And our diversity spotlight shines on a book that breaks as many stereotypes as it spoofs.

All in all, it’s an episode that plumbs the creepiest, scariest non-fiction to entertain, inform, and get listeners to believe that it really is CREEPY, WACKY… AND TRUE!

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