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Welcome to Storybook Railroad. We hope you enjoy your journey as we travel down the tracks of our imaginations. Your hosts are Robin And The Giant. Together, along with Billy the Pigeon, we invite you to enjoy the ride as the Storybook Railroad takes us to places of fun, adventure, learning, and a little excitement. Thank you, again, for joining us! All aboard!

Mar 8, 2020

Ocala and Marion County, Florida, are known as the "Horse Capital of The World" and in today's podcast we visited an event celebrating the horse industry. There are so many things that horses are amazing at beyond racing. For example, many horses are often utilized in therapy for children and veterans. We spoke to horse...


Mar 1, 2020

In this special 46 minute podcast we visit Marion County Florida's  Literacy Festival celebrating the joy of reading. We speak with teachers, principals, students, parents, paraprofessionals, and reading advocates about the importance of instilling the love of reading to students of all ages.


Feb 16, 2020

In this episode of Storybook Railroad, we go bicycling in Ormond Beach, Florida, in Central Park and discover that we showed up on the same day as the Great Backyard Bird Count. This annual event is presented by Halifax River Audubon. They partnered with Ormond Beach Environmental Discovery Center to create this family...


May 30, 2019

Mary Ann's dog, Rudy, learns an important lesson about not judging others and about being careful about feelings of revenge. This story is written by Larry Whitler and first appeared on the Robin And The Giant radio program in the early 1990s. It is part of the anthology of stories included in the "Gift Of The Barking...


May 2, 2019

Four children have a school assignment to research history and present their discoveries to the class. At first they go to the library to decide what historical event they would focus on. Then, when they bump into the grandfather of one of the children, they realize that history may be closer than they realize. In fact...