We make interactive story podcasts for kids

that (fun) parents can enjoy, too

Shows

Available in iTunes and Other Reputable Podcast Shops

  • The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

    Our first show is the Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian, a serialized science-fiction story for kids, told in 15-20 minute episodes for parents to put on when driving around town, or to marathon on road trips, or to bond over before bed. When pressed, we describe it as a “mystery gang” story, sort of like Scooby-Doo in space. As with anything, we recommend listening to it before playing it for your kids, but it’s targeted for ages 5-10. It contains no violence, but a little bit of suspense, and some aliens who are real chuckleheads.

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  • <strong>Around the Mountain, Across the River, Quickly Now Through the Fiery Pit and Just Behind the Troll with the Sore Toe: A Journey Home</strong>

    Around the Mountain, Across the River, Quickly Now Through the Fiery Pit and Just Behind the Troll with the Sore Toe: A Journey Home

    Our second show, written by a team of tremendous authors, is an adventure story like you’ve never heard. But it’s going to be up to the listeners to help write it, so technically we haven’t heard it, either.

What is a podcast?

Sometimes people call podcasts “on-demand audio,” because when someone doesn’t like what something is called, they give it a worse name. But to keep it simple, our podcasts are like audiobooks that haven’t had print editions yet. We roll out fun stories for your kids in 15-20 minute episodes every week. 

When do I listen to it with my kids?

Whenever you like! But we built Typedrawer’s stories to fill that time in the car when you’re running an errand, your kid is bored or wanting to watch something or play a game on the nearest screen. But you can also listen before bed, or when you’re trying to make dinner. (Our stories are ones parents will enjoy, too.)

How do I get the stories?

The easiest way is to subscribe to the individual show using whatever podcast app is most convenient. For iPhone users, that typically means the Podcasts app that comes standard. For Android users, that might mean Google Play Music. But you can also listen through a show’s website, or download the show’s app, which will play every episode.

I’m a writer and am interested in making a show.

Cool! Contact us. We’re open to pitches.