Hi Readers, I'm Jenn Naughton, and this is my podcast.
As a lifelong reader and autodidact, one of my favorite past times is geeking out over books and all the people that create them for us.
I hope you enjoy listening as much as I love recording it for my fellow bookworms.
The Bookish Society with Esme Symes Smith
Jenn interviews Esme about her favorite tea, writing fast, and, most importantly, her amazing middle-grade novel: Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston.
Bookish Radio: Norse Mythology Edition
Join us in our Readers Theatre as we explore Norse Mythology a little differently in Vali: Private Avenger.
Play and materials by Creative English Teacher
Register now for our World Mythology Readers Theater class from September 2022- to May 2023.
Your kids will love learning mythology this way- and even if they are back in school, this group meets in the evening!
Sometimes you need a quiet book to really make you think about things. The Ice House is one of those. I'm still thinking about different aspects of the plot weeks later. I hope you enjoy listening in as I chat with the author, Monica Sherwood.
Are you a picky eater? How about your kids? Imagine a world where your eating habits determine your educational trajectory- I would not do well there. Pre-order now and read The League of Picky Eaters on November 2, 2021.
Laura Ojeda Melchor
Missing Okalee is a book that you need to get now. I know adults tend to shy away from handing "sad" books to kids. Try and resist that urge to protect and shelter your middle-grade kids. Bad things happen throughout life and if they luckily have no experience with death yet- they will and reading about other kids will give their brains a peg of understanding to fall back on.
Bookish Live- SG Wilson
Listen in as our Tween group peppers one of the many SG Wilson's of the multiverse about his amazing book.