iTunes and Stitcher, it has Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr accounts, and has caught the attention of a lot of people across the worldwide Star Wars fan community in that very short time. The feedback from parents, kids, other websites and podcasts has been fantastic. Positive feedback has come from folks from within Lucasfilm itself!
To the thousands of you who have checked out this blog, listened to the podcast or just retweeted a tweet or Liked us on facebook, I thank you for your support and encouragement. Star Wars Kidscast is a little unusual: trying to reach fan-kids and parents all at once is not a typical goal in fansites but it seems you all are helping get the word out. Thank you for a fantastic start, but that's just it - things are just getting started. Big things are coming for 2014 so stay in touch!
In the meantime, here's ten fun and/or interesting posts from the blog from 2013 that didn't get as much attention as others but I think you'd enjoy, so I'm giving them a 2nd chance below.
All the best for 2014 & May the Force Be With You,
Star Wars Fan Bullied for her "Boy" Shoes
Star Wars Underoos Commercial. Yep, a kids' underwear ad from TV!
Kellogg's C-3PO's Cereal: A New Force at Breakfast
The Disney Destiny? Looking Back a Year Later
Horror Stories from Star Wars? Galaxy of Fear
Star Wars Lightsaber Commercial (Kenner, 1978)
Read, You Must: Boba Fett : The Fight to Survive
Making Reading Fun...the Star Wars way!
Celebrate UN Day of the Girl Child today!
Star Wars Kidscast Salutes MOvember!
Get outside and enjoy the winter weather, Star Wars style! There are plenty of moments to re-enact in the snow. Imagining being on The Empir...
DK Publishing has created many terrific visual guides to the Star Wars universe and have just added another “must-have” book to that ...
Star Wars: Complete Locations is the book for readers wondering how Rey made a crashed AT-AT into a liveable space or what the insi...
Since 1977, re-enacting scenes from Star Wars has been a fun outdoor activity for kids. Depending on where you live though, it might ...