April Eight Winter Songs & Stories – Snowflakes!

Welcome to Episode 17 of the April Eight Songs & Stories Podcast. With so much to enjoy about winter, I’m glad it is here! This episode is about the wonder of Snowflakes!

April Eight Winter Songs & Stories "Snowflakes"

On today’s episode, I tell you a little bit about how I wrote my song Snowflake Fairies, and where my inspiration came from – a poem I learned when I was very little indeed.

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The poem I tell in this podcast is Robert Frost’s Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. And, if you’d like to find my song, Snowflake Fairies from the April Eight Songs for a Magical Winter you can download it right here.

To find my world-traveling friends, go to Journey of the Globe  (@journeyoftheglobe) on Instagram and Follow them so that you too can be a part of their adventures.

And, if you want to Stay Up Late with April Eight on my Facebook Live Slumber Party on January 28th this month, come on over to Facebook and Like the April Eight page. We’ll be staying up late on the last Saturday of every month!

I am so happy to say that the April Eight Songs & Stories Podcast is now available on not only iTunes but also GooglePlayStitcher and SoundCloud! Please share your favorite episodes with your friends.

When people ask me about how to get my A8 Podcast, they just hand me their phones and I set them all up – once you know how to subscribe it is so easy, but sometimes folks need a little help. It is a pretty nice thing to do to provide fresh, sweet, happy, family-friendly fairytales for your friends and their kids. It just takes a second to set them up – just click subscribe!

All songs, stories, and illustrations are copyrighted by me, ©April Eight 2017, except for Robert Frost’s poem, of course.

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