What if a tiny dragon lived in my closet? What if there were a never-ending bowl of ice cream? What if cats ruled the world? Pirates, fairies, wizards, robots and more band together to help Mr. Eric tell wacky stories inspired by kids’ questions.
Mr. Eric believes that curiosity and hope go hand in hand. Children who keep wondering can thrive when faced with new ideas and challenges. What If World’s progressive stories aim to keep kids laughing and learning well into adulthood.
Call-in a what if question to 205-605-WHAT or email an audio recording to email@example.com!
A story for the origins! Go back to a time before Zack was even born, when Mamma Jamma, Papa Loo, and Zizi rented their first house. Sure the house is a blueberry muffin, but surely no one will try to eat it, right?
Lessons include: quick fixes and violent solutions just lead to more problems; real change takes time, effort, and an open mind.
Fred the Dog has his very first crush, but he’s got a lot to learn about how to express his feelings. Can Fair Elise, JFKat, and Cleocatra help him find his way?
Lessons include: Even friends and family need space some time; if someone wants to be left alone, we should respect their wishes; sometimes our feelings can be much louder than our thoughts, and it’s important to take time to listen to both...
Chentle is the fastest of all the cheetahs, but she also wants to be the best climber of all the ninjas and the best flyer of all the rocket ship houses. Can she be the best at everything, and will she be happy when she leaves everyone else in her dust?
Lessons include: being more talented or privileged than others doesn’t make you better than them; no individual, no matter how exceptional, is better than a community of well-rounded people...