Kid Stew

Season 3, Episode 7 of 11

Armando gets into the 'Cool' career of composer Leonard Bernstein in KS Classics; author Jonathan Rosen (Night of the Living Cuddle Bunnies) reveals how his childhood fears inspire him; Madison time travels in the Kid Stew phone booth to the future of her dreams, when there is no pollution and libraries are at the center of society; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Amazing Kids profiles piano and drum prodigy Jacob Velazquez; dancing the "Book Scootin' Boogie;" Milena celebrates Ravi Shankar's introduction of the sitar to Western music in KS Classics; muralist and skateboard artist Josh Row; a virtual visit to Russia; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen about sugar; in Who Knew? Blake discovers Sherpa guide Tenzing Norgay, who made the first summit of Mount Everest possible; and more.

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