It's a bit like Adventures in Odyssey. It's a show for younger kids, like for 4-8 year olds. But really good nonetheless. You may be thinking, "Oh, it's a little kid show. It must be pretty boring." That is far from the truth. Really the only difference between Paws & Tales and AIO is the fact that the characters are forest animals. Pretty cool huh?
Paws & Tales is set in the fictional town of Wildwood. The central characters are a group of children named C.J., Staci, Ned, Gooz, and Marsha – and their clubhouse, "The Fortress." The kids learn Godly lessons from the sage grizzly bear Paw Paw Chuck. It's really a lot of fun!
Each episode stands alone as a valuable lesson for kids. The series works as a whole to help you form a firm spiritual foundation.
If you want to give it a listen while waiting for AIO album #57 to come out, the site is http://www.insight.org/pawsandtales/radio.html. Just click on "Listen Now!", and it will play the latest broadcast.
And if you really get into it, subscribe to their weekly podcast that broadcasts a new episode every Friday!
(Just click on USA or Canada, depending on which country you're in.) http://www.insight.org/pawsandtales/paws-cast.html
POW. It's shocking, I know. With Paws & Tales, I actually get Biblical wisdom! But with AIO, I don't really learn anything new. :/ Which is a shame. It doesn't mean I don't like AIO anymore, I still do. I know the old episodes of AIO had some great Biblical wisdom and all, but I just enjoy Paws & Tales more.
Hate on me if you wish.