Heh, heh, Grandpa Anole here. Well, I've lived in Terrene all my life. Liz and his friends often come to me with their problems. Sometimes I'm a little grumpy but that doesn't seem to keep them away. And I'm glad they come. They keep me young and they give me a chance to tell them about God and Jesus and how much God loves them. I just hope that they listen well to the things I tell them … and if I can help them when they are in a tough spot … well I'm glad to do that too.
Here are all the episodes that Grandpa Anole is featured in.
Grandpa and Liz are on a treasure hunt! They’re following clues left behind by Grandpa’s childhood friend. What’s the next clue—and what treasure is hidden somewhere in Terrene?
Who is your hero? Liz decides he’s going to become a hero, but he just can’t figure out how. Join Liz on his quest to become a true hero in this episode of Kids Corner.
Liz and Spike learn how to forgive when someone treats them badly. And they also learn that it isn’t easy to do.
Liz gets an email from Ireland asking for help in setting up an internet radio station. They decide to raise the money they need and go to Ireland for spring break
Liz gets a job at Big Daddy Oh’s. Lucille questions a test result and ends up with an adjusted score and a lower grade. They both learn a lesson about justice.
After Grandpa tells them the story of Abraham bargaining with God for a few good people in Sodom, Liz and Lucille think they will have no problem finding 50 good people in Terrene. But as they interact with their friends and family, they find it is not as easy as they thought.
Liz and Lucille compete in a game show called “Gut Check.” Liz starts out by wanting to win at all costs, but soon decides there are more important things.
Scooter forgets his promise to Liz and Lucille and tells a lie to cover up, but one lie isn’t enough.
Which would you choose: doing a thorough job or doing as little as possible? Help Liz decide what to do when he faces this situation.
There’s a new kid in Liz’s class, and he looks different from the other students. Skink uses this as an excuse to bully him. But Liz and the rest of the class decide to frustrate Skink’s plans! Find out how, on this episode of Kids Corner.
Could Liz’s all-time favorite war hero really be a fake? Find out on this episode of Kids Corner.
Chamy chooses to study Liz to discover how to live the Christian life. Can Liz show Chamy how to live out the Bible in all he does?
Which is worse? Having too many rules or not enough? Lucille and Liz deal with opposite sides of the issue.
Lucille is looking for an idea for her next article for the Terrene Gazette.
Liz and his friends present a two-act play on contentment—the first act features Toad Liz, an enchanted toad who grants wishes but cannot give contentment and the second act follows Herculiz, as he looks for work that will bring him happiness.
Liz and his friends are very excited about competing in the Beat the Buzzer game … so excited that they don't complete their assignment for church school, figuring out the difference between grace, mercy, and justice.
What if you had been there the night Jesus was born? Join Liz on the road to Bethlehem on this week’s Kids Corner.
Paul and Silas demonstrate what it means to be a missionary for Jesus.
Liz has been challenged to be a peacemaker. Can he do it? Learn how important peace-making is to God.
When a villain and a friend return to Terrene, Liz finds out that it’s wise to make sure he has the facts before he jumps to conclusions.
Do you like roller coasters? Liz loves them until he gets stranded upside down at the top of a loop.
Morrie’s parents tell him that he is adopted.
What has scared Liz and Lucille out of their wits? Liz is sure it’s an alien who has come to kidnap them! Listen to this episode of Kids Corner to find out what’s really going on.
Peer pressure isn’t a good reason to do anything. Making the right choice is more important than being popular, as Liz and his friends discover.
Super cool news! Liz and his friends are flying off to Luxurious Lizard Lagoon—that is, if the plane ever takes off. Join Liz as he discovers that God’s detours often lead to amazing adventures and new friends.
When Liz, Morrie, and Spike do something they all know is wrong, they can’t just forget about it. They find out they need to make things right with God and with those they’ve hurt.
Have you ever wished you had someone else’s parents? When Liz stays with Spike’s family, he discovers something amazing. Check it out on this week’s Kids Corner.
Why do games always have rules? Help Liz figure out “what good are rules anyway”.
Yikes! What happens when Liz and Lucille try to return a lunch box that belongs to someone in the weirdest family in town?
Little Scooter decides that Liz needs a lesson in “never judging a book by its cover” after Liz’s comments during a basketball game. When Scooter learns that Liz has a dentist visit scheduled, Scooter sets Liz up to learn that lesson as he meets Terrene’s newest dentist.
How can something old become new again? Find out on this episode of Kids Corner.
Scooter is Terrene’s best speller. But he’s got one BIG problem: the big stage and the bright lights terrify him. Can he overcome his fear and take the spelling crown? Join us and cheer on Scooter as he competes in the spelling bee.
Liz is struggling with remembering every mean thing Spike has ever done to him. On this Kids Corner episode, he’ll learn the meaning of “love keeps no record of wrongs.”
Liz is desperate to catch the homerun-record-breaking baseball! Discover what Liz’s willing to do for his treasure.
Liz and Morrie get permission to walk to one of the rescue checkpoints. Along the way, they find Scooter in a mine shaft.
Spike wonders if there’s anything he’s good at. But he soon learns that everyone has abilities, and God can help him use his to do good works.
Grandpa tells the Parable of the Raft—and Liz and Julia not only learn the story, but a much more valuable lesson: That we were born to create.
The world around us is filled with evidence of God’s design. Liz and his friends see some of that design and learn more about their creator.
Liz and his friends decide to use their free time to collect food for the community shelter. But a grumpy neighbor and a troublemaking classmate try to derail their plans.
Have you ever gotten so angry, you totally lost your cool?
What’s wrong with Chamy? Why is she crying? Lucille finds out and learns a lesson about being a friend. Also, a special treat: the KC song “Leap of Faith”!
Liz learns an important lesson on persevering instead of quitting just because things don’t go his way.
Scooter likes Liz so much that he’s dressing, talking, and acting exactly like Liz—and it’s making Liz crazy! In this Kids Corner episode, Liz will have to figure out what to do with Scooter’s admiration.
Have you ever felt the sting of gossip? Liz needs help to stop gossip from destroying a friendship.
Liz and Lucille are trying to get the perfect gift for one another—with surprising results— while Scooter demonstrates a giving spirit by helping a homeless lizard stay warm.
What does murder mean? Liz is sure that he’s never murdered anyone, but he needs your help figuring out the sixth commandment on this episode of Kids Corner.
Liz and Spike have questions about Christianity, so Grandpa has gives them a way to discover more about Christianity. But what does it have to do with following Jesus? Find out in this episode of Kids Corner.
The Lizarardo Detective Agency needs your help to solve the mystery of the missing comic book.
Random Acts of Kindness are breaking out all over. Help Liz discover how to be kind—even when it’s hard.
While waiting for the rescue workers to come, Liz and the others remember memorable moments with Scooter.
Does God really expect us to love our enemies? Why? How? Help Liz figure out what to do with enemies on this week’s Kids Corner.
Liz continues his adventure in the X-Monsters game. He is determined to confront Glurgamel, the X-Monster's leader. But first he must get away from Chamelia and her mob. Is Morose a friend or foe in this quest? Find out on this week's Kids Corner.
Liz has a secret message to decode: “To get your clue, go forward two, but to get it done, go back one.”
Liz discovers that in order to defeat his enemy, he must give up all his weapons. Is he willing to do what it takes to win the battle? Listen to what happens in this exciting conclusion to Liz's X-Monsters adventure.
Liz is having a very bad, horrible week when he loses Grandpa’s antique coin, fails a surprise test, and gets a cold.
Have you ever discovered a secret treasure? Join Liz on his great adventure in search of a hidden fortune.
Liz has a dream where he walks the Road of Life and meets each of the deadly sins.
Liz and Lucille learn that they can serve God anywhere, at anytime. And sometimes, it means doing things we might never imagine doing.
Have you ever seen a real hero? Come meet a flying ace on this week’s Kids Corner.
Grandpa’s news shocks Liz and the gang. What can Liz do as things go from bad to worse?
Linda lives out the three parables of Luke 15 when she helps Granny find a lost ring, helps Grandpa find his lost chick, and watches Granny forgive Liz for his selfish behavior.
Linda lives out the three parables of Luke 15 when she helps Granny find a lost ring, helps Grandpa find his lost chick, and watches Granny forgive Liz for his selfish behavior.
Liz’s band is going to play for Youth Fest—unless all their arguing destroys the band first! Join the band as they figure out how to get along on this episode of Kids Corner.
Liz, Spike and Cole have a new movie obsession, “The Masked Chameleon.” Cole may have a way for him and his friends to watch the filming or maybe even get a spot in the movie! But Liz has a tough decision to make: will he go with Cole or help Grandpa with the church play?
Liz, Spike, and Cole are 100% committed to their roles in “The Masked Chameleon” film. The only problem is that they are 100% committed to Grandpa’s church play as well. Liz must figure out what’s more important, being on camera with a hero or helping teach who our real hero is.
Making friends is a challenge. Making the right sort of friends is an even bigger challenge. But it’s an important challenge, as the new kid in town finds out.
When Liz crashes Grandpa's tractor, he learns an important lesson about forgiveness.
Who should Liz choose: his boring best friend, or the exciting Iguanas? Check out his decision on this episode of Kids Corner.
Grandpa Anole’s old truck Mr.Reliable seems to be having too many troubles. Can Slick Nick Basilisk and gang convince Grandpa that it’s time to buy a brand new Cicada ZR 500? You’ll have to stay tuned to the end to find out Slick Nick’s secret. Can he be trusted?
Liz's class visits the Mud Pits on the outskirts of Terrene. There have been rumors of mud monsters and about the mud pits getting larger and threatening the town of Terrene.
Liz and his friends make resolutions to better show their faith, but are unable to keep them. Scooter even thinks that God might as well just give up on him. But Grandpa reminds them of Philippians 1:6, and that God will never give up on them.
Liz is always the last one chosen for baseball at recess. What is he going to do?
Do people worship idols today? Lucille finds out when she gets caught up in frenzy over a girl band.
Have you ever wanted to explore a place where no one has ever gone before? Then join Liz’s latest adventure.
It’s gone! Liz has lost Grandpa’s prized baseball. Help Liz figure out what to do now.
It’s not easy to obey those who are in authority over us, but it’s always the right thing to do. That’s the lesson Liz learns when he has a choice—and makes the wrong one.
Listeners to LizRadio.net have been asking for new music to be played on WLZR so Liz puts together a band and with the help of Johnny Anole they learn how to play together to make music.
Granny Gecko knows someone who has been in jail for a long time, but he says he is innocent.
Liz gets carried away with his new authority as a member of the Safety Patrol. Can Liz enforce the rules without making everyone without making everyone angry with him?
While they are watching a big track meet at Terrene High School, Grandpa tells stories about the importance of perseverance-lizard versions of the tortoise and the hare, the little boy and the dike, and the great Athenian runner Pheidippides.
Grandpa wants the church school class to learn the connection between prayer and action, so he gives them an assignment: to go out and find prayer stories!
Is taking something always stealing? Liz will discover the big deal about stealing on this episode of Kids Corner.
Liz has found a racing car in Grandpa's barn. Can he convince Grandpa to let him drive it?
Liz decides to start an internet radio station. But he doesn’t want any help from his friends. Soon he finds out that running things alone isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
It’s time for the annual Remembrance Day parade, but what exactly are Liz and his friends remembering? Find out on this week’s Kids Corner.
Scooter is determined to win the Terrene Go-Kart competition even if it means a little cheating.
Bible News takes you to the palace of King David and teaches the truth behind the 7th commandment. Join Liz and his friends as they learn about the importance of running away from temptation.
Reptarium Middle School is celebrating Smoke Free Lizard Week (SFL). But is the special speaker really smoke free?
We know when we sin. The problem is we do it anyway. On this episode of Kids’ Corner, one sin leads to another, and adventures quickly turn to nightmares. As always, little sins grow.
Knock, Knock! Who’s there? Spike knows all the good jokes, and the KC gang wants to put him on the stage at the Talent show. But when Spike switches things up, he has to learn a lesson about what really is funny. Listen and have a laugh with Kids Corner.
Have you ever faced peer pressure to do something you knew was foolish? And you did it anyway? Then you’ll understand Liz’s dilemma in this episode of Kids Corner.
The competition at the Junior Reptile Olympics is fierce, and when Morrie goes along with Skink to "positively influence the outcome" the kids run into all kinds of problems.
Liz’s game-winning baseball is missing, and Liz knows just who took it. Or does he? Find out on this week’s Kids Corner
Liz digs up a time capsule left by the founders of Terrene. Everyone’s excited until a valuable item goes missing. Can Liz solve this mystery before Granny goes to jail?
Are Scooter and the gang too young to help when a big storm does some major damage to Terrene? Olivia returns and needs some answers of her own. Grandpa Anole becomes the center of the storm as the KC crew faces their futures!
Someone has stolen a famous painting from the Terrene Museum and the Lizarardo Detective Agency is on the case. Can you help solve this latest whodunit?
While Liz is celebrating Granny’s birthday on a special train ride, she mysteriously disappears!
Granny has disappeared on her birthday. The train has left without Liz and his friends. The clues don’t make any sense.
The Lizarardo Detective Agency is investigating a robbery, and all the evidence points to Grandpa Anole's twin brother Johnny. Is he guilty? Listen to Kids Corner to see if Liz can solve the case!
The 50th anniversary of Terrene’s biggest jewel robbery is approaching. See if Liz can crack this unsolved case on this episode of Kids Corner.
Death comes to everyone eventually. But what happens after that? The kids in Terrene search for answers.
Can he do it? Will Liz unravel the clues and achieve the highest reptile honor?
Liz has an amazing opportunity to meet a famous rock star—unless his pride gets in his way!
There is a thief on the loose in Terrene, stealing clocks! Can Liz and his friends find out who is responsible?
If something is not your fault, not your job, or not your talent, there’s no reason to get involved, right? Wrong. Find out why from Liz and his friends.
Look out! Liz and Spike are all tangled up with robbers. Check out their latest adventure on this episode of Kids Corner.
On Thanksgiving Day, all of Terrene comes out to celebrate and be thankful, but Liz and the gang encounter some tough challenges and hard times. Can they be thankful regardless of their circumstances?
Liz and Spike want to figure out how to buy fancy shoes so they can be cool. When their plans to raise money flop, they joke about stealing the shoes. But it isn’t long before their joke causes big problems.
Liz gets the band together to play a new song he's written. But when things don't go smoothly, the kids realize that pride has a way of ruining even the best of intentions.
Liz and the gang’s soccer team face fierce opponents when they play the Lagarto City Junior Dragons. Gaby Tegu joins Liz’s team. Is she a new friend? Whose side is she on anyway?
Scooter is having a terrible time at school and decides he wants to get back at the kids who are bullying him. But before he gets a chance, Grandpa introduces him to a friend who will never let him down.
Liz and Lucille learn about using their time wisely—even when the latest books and emails tempt them to skip their homework and Bible study.
Grandpa is acting really strange. One day he's really crabby, and the next day he's nice. Listen in and help the gang figure out what’s going on!
Grandpa tells the kids a story from his childhood to explain why Johnny is such an unhappy old lizard.
After Liz uses the expression, “Oh, geez,” Grandpa teaches the kids what it means to honor God’s name.
Liz and his friends go on a camping trip with Grandpa Anole and Granny Gecko. They learn to work together as they set up tents, cook, and rescue Spike when water from the dam threatens to carry him away.
Live animals on stage? 75 elementary school kids flying like angels in the air? It’s up to Lucille and Olivia to bring Liz’s Christmas drama back to earth. And Grandpa has a story that might do just that.
Liz falls and is knocked out when his head hits a light pole. While he's out, he finds himself participating in an X-Monsters adventure.
In life, it often seems that our efforts produce no results. It’s easy to start believing that nothing we do matters. Listen and find out why a good attitude is so important.