Molly of Denali

Supporting diversity builds lasting connections with parents

About the Show

This award-winning series explores Alaska Native culture and promotes literacy.
Parents and children follow the adventures of resourceful 10-year-old Molly as she explores her Native Alaskan heritage and navigates unique challenges in her village of Qyah, introducing viewers to contemporary family life in backcountry Alaska. FUN FACT: Molly of Denali is the first nationally distributed children’s series to feature an Alaska Native lead character.
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Winner of a Peabody Award!

Curriculum

Podcast

Informational Text

This groundbreaking series models the various ways that children can use informational text (maps, schedules, weather reports, satellite tracking, etc.) in their daily lives.

Media Literacy

Additional topics covered include helping kids create & be critical of the media.

Alaska Native Culture

The series provides an authentic view of Alaska Native culture, values and peoples.

Podcast

A great shared listening story the whole family can enjoy, the Molly of Denali companion podcast follows Molly and her friends as they head out on exciting Alaskan adventures, immersing listeners across the country in the experiences of being a typical kid living in Alaska.

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