Abbie tells the lesser known but very exciting Brothers Grimm tale The Iron Stove, while Kelsey is super excited to debut The Lost Sister from her newest folktale book, Tales of East Africa. We’re sorry to say it (are we though?) but this is the episode of men who suck.
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