Richard speaks to “CTV News at Six” anchor Andria Case about television and movies to watch during the pandemic including Taika Waititi’s new “James and the Giant Peach” read-along, a new movie from Friendly Fables called “A Magical Concert For Kids Stuck at Home” and a food travelogue called “Somebody Feed Phil.”
Watch the whole thing HERE! (Starts at 36:45)
This week on the Richard Crouse Show: Three years ago Alexis Alexander had a corporate advertising agency career. Then his second child was born with a physical ailment that kept the family in and our of Sick Kids Hospital. Alexis then changed up his life and started writing and self publishing Children’s books based on his family called Friendly Fables.
Since 2017 Alexis has written and self-published 14 books, released a Children’s Rap album that went to #1 on Itunes in November, and now performs in schools 2 to 4 times a week.
Listen to the whole thing HERE! (Link coming soon)
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