Smile of a Child, Trinity Broadcasting Network’s exclusive channel for kids ages two to twelve, has announced the addition of the faith-based animated series Paws and Tales to its weekly program lineup. Based on the best-selling book Paw Paw Chuck’s Big Ideas in the Bible, by popular Christian author and pastor Chuck Swindoll, the Paws and Tales animated TV series takes kids into the exciting world of a group of friendly bear cubs—C.J., Staci, Ned, Gooz, and Marsha—as they embark on a host of imaginative and fun-filled adventures around the little community of Wildwood, just east of the picturesque “Bay of Tranquility.”
But more than just an entertaining animated series for kids, Paws and Tales is actually a carefully written and produced program designed to teach children important biblical truths in a way that is both engaging and life changing. Through story and song, each Paws and Tales episode serves up a cast of characters who experience exciting adventures while learning important lessons to which children of all ages can relate.
“I am continually amazed at the impact a simple, carefully worded story can have on young lives,” said Paws and Tales creator Chuck Swindoll. “Nothing quiets them quicker or so completely captures their curiosity. Our hope and prayer is that every episode of Paws and Tales will provide families with more opportunities to discuss the really important things in life.”
Brenda Rossman, programming director for Smile of a Child TV, said that as the premier inspirational network devoted to children, Smile of a Child has gained a reputation among parents for offering a strong lineup of programming that both entertains as well as morally instructs children during their formative years. “There’s certainly been no shortage of educational children’s TV programs,” said Rossman. “But at Smile of a Child, we’ve made it a priority to air the kind of programming that emphasizes the moral and spiritual truths kids need for life. That’s why we’re thrilled to add Paws and Tales to our programming schedule.”
TBN founder Paul Crouch Sr. noted that with wholesome shows a priority for many parents today, networks have been scrambling to meet the need in a variety of ways. “At TBN we’ve always put an emphasis on programming that the whole family can enjoy,” he said. “In fact, Smile of a Child was specifically designed to offer only the best in quality inspirational, educational, and entertaining shows for kids of all ages.”
Paws and Tales airs every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (Pacific Time) on Smile of a Child TV. For more information on Smile of a Child TV visit www.smileofachild.tv.
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