*Invite one of our professional storytellers to take your students on an adventure that they will never forget! In “A Not-So -Typical Campfire Story” you and your students will take part in a ‘camp’-quake, a forest fire, a thunder storm and a variety of other exciting adventures. This story teaches the valuable life lessons of Cooperation and Perseverance.
*In “Going Wild in the Jungle” your class will go on safari and meet a variety of jungle animals. Your students will roar like lions and dance like monkeys. They’ll swing from vine to vine, climb a cliff, and swim away from hungry crocodiles. This story uses my Fog Machine. This story contains an important Anti-Bullying message.
*Let Cap’n’ Snark take your students on “A Quest to Find the TRUE Treasure” in our raucus Pirate Tale! Your students will sail through a thunderstorm and get lost in fog. They'll face many obstacles in their journey. Along the way, they'll learn the value of hard work and that the true treasure is knowledge!
*Go on a Magical Journey all over the world in our awesome adventure story: “It’s a Great BIG, Really Small World!” A magical book will transport your students to various points around the world. This story uses both my Fog and Snow Machines. Your students will learn a little about each country they visit; but more importantly they’ll learn that, despite our differences, deep down inside we’re really all the same. They’ll also learn that all books have the power to take them anywhere they want to go!
*Invite the Dream Weaver into your classroom and he will take all of the dreams of your students and weave them into a Magical Tale! You and your students will travel back in time, to the land of dinosaurs; you'll become movie stars and astronauts. You'll even explore the depths of the seas, all this and more, in our amazing tale: "The Magical Adventures of the Dream Weaver!" Oh, and there will be lots and lots of BUBBLES!! Your students will learn to face their fears and follow their dreams!
*You and your students will become Super-Spies and battle against the Mad Scientist -- Dr. FroogleSchnoogleBlitzenHeimer! He wants to erase all the words off of every page in all the books all over the world (including the Captain Underpants books)! It will be a very difficult task, but you'll receive help from a familiar-sounding robot. But who is that robot; and what's that strange "fizzing" noise; and will you be able to save the books? For the answers to all of these questions, book us for "Fizz! BOOM!! Read!" This story uses my Fog, Bubble, and Snow Machines! Your students will learn to not be jealous of others, and to be the best person that they can be.
*Travel back to the land of dinosaurs in our dino-adventure story "Can You DIG It?!" You and your students will meet some friendly, and some not-so-friendly dinosaurs. This story employs the use of my Fog Machine. They will learn to use teamwork to help each other out of a jam.
*In "The Students of (Your Facility) Save the Day!" you and your students will be confronted by the evil genius, Levi Suineg; who wants to take-over your town. You'll enlist the help of Super Dude & Wonder Girl, but they will also need the help of your students. The children love the use of my Bubble Machine during this story. Along the way, your students will learn about "everyday superheroes" and they will be declared the "Super Kids"!
*Explore the world under the sea in "Oceans of Adventure!". Climb aboard Captain FlartleBartle's pink, whale-shaped submarine, the U.S.S. Jules Vern, and let him take you and your students on an undersea adventure that they will never forget! They'll meet many sea creatures including Oscar the Octopus and Hootie the Blowfish. They'll help to clean-up and underwater garden, and they'll attend an underwater concert. This story makes extensive use of my Bubble Machine. Your students will learn an important ecological lesson!
Of Course, we also have some Seasonal Stories........
*Invite us to tell our Leprechaun story in early- to mid-March! You and your students will encounter Lucky the Leprechaun. He'll enlist your help in finding his lost pot o'gold. He'll even promise to share half of it with you! He'll use magical bubbles to help us out of a jam. Will you succeed in helping him find it? How many obstacles will you have to overcome? Will he share the treasure with you? These and several other questions will be answered in "The Adventures of Lucky the Leprechaun!" Your students will learn the valuable lesson of loyalty. And they'll also learn that you can never trust a leprechaun.
*In “A Not-So-Scary Halloween Story” your students will meet Mac O’Lantern the jack-o-lantern who teaches them that they each have their own inner light, and that they need to let it shine for themselves and for others. This story uses my fog machine. This is a short story, sometimes followed by a craft.
*We also have a scary Halloween Story (for your older students) called "The Haunting of (Your Facility). During this story your school or mall or library will be haunted by spiders, bats, ghosts and other creepy things! This story is not for the squeamish (or the very young). The children will learn to face their fears!
*During the month of November, we love to perform our Thanksgiving Adventure Story! Too many people jump directly from Halloween to Christmas; but this story explores the "forgotten holiday" -- Thanksgiving. You and your students will travel back in time and land on the deck of the Mayflower. You'll help the Pilgrims sail to the New World and make a settlement there. You'll face that first harsh winter (it will SNOW a lot in this story). And you'll celebrate the first Thanksgiving Feast. Along the way your students will learn to be thankful for the many things that they take for granted.
*Christmas Time is the most magical time of the year! We just love performing our Christmas Adventure Story -- "The Children of (Your Facility) Save Christmas!" Here's what happens: many of Santa's elves get sick. So, you and your students fly up to the North Pole (in sleighs being pulled by magical flying reindeer) and take the place of the sick elves to help Santa get ready for Christmas! Many funny adventures ensue. Then, on Christmas Eve, you'll fly all over the world, helping Santa deliver the many presents! Your students will learn the valuable lesson of helping people in their time of need! This is a Santa-centric story; but it can also include a few paragraphs about the TRUE meaning of Christmas -- the birth of our Savior. These paragraphs are optional, and only added at your request.
*If your facility cannot "do Christmas", don't fret -- we have a "Winter Fest Story"! Your students will meet Losty the Snowman who teaches them that they each have their own inner beauty, and that they need to let it shine for themselves and for others. It will SNOW a few times during this story! This is a short story, sometimes followed by a craft. Hey, wait a minute! This sounds an awful lot like "A Not-So-Scary Halloween Story"! Well........ That's because it's the same story, just tweaked a little bit. Your students will meet a snowman instead of a jack-o-lantern. They'll encounter Snow instead of fog. You get the picture. So, you don't want to book this just a few months after you book the Halloween story.