We started the Father Daughter Book Club because we love reading together, and we hope to inspire other parents and children to read more together also. We are Chris (the father) and Kahlea (the daughter) Peoples. Please enjoy our podcast!
FDBC steals “The Book Thief”
In this episode, we talk about Liesel Meminger, aka the book thief, and how she discovers that books and words help her to find a way to cope through the brutal Nazi Germany. We also have a little bit of a different discussion, in that we talk about our favorite quotes, excerpts that we felt … Continue reading FDBC steals “The Book Thief” →
FDBC sails with “The Girl From Everywhere”
We are back! After a longer than expected hiatus through the holidays and new year, we’re happy to return and discuss our latest read, “The Girl From Everywhere” by Heidi Heilig. A story that manages to blend fantasy and historical fiction, we talked about our favorite characters, moments, and to whom we would recommend this … Continue reading FDBC sails with “The Girl From Everywhere” →
FDBC looks within “Uglies”
“Don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” applies very literally to Scott Westerfield’s futuristic novel, “Uglies”. It has surprising depth, which led to a pretty interesting book club conversation about beauty, friendship, and even Darwinism. https://fatherdaughterbookclub.com/podcast/uglies/ Up next: “The Girl from Everywhere” by Heidi Heilig
FDBC talks to Kristin Levine, author of "Lions of Little Rock"
In this very special edition of FDBC, we had the chance to chat with “Lions of Little Rock” author Kristin Levine. It was an absolute joy to speak with her. She shared with us details of her writing process, what inspired her to write Lions, her next project which will be published in 2018, and … Continue reading FDBC talks to Kristin Levine, author of “Lions of Little Rock” →
FDBC reviews "Everything, Everything"
For the latest gathering of FDBC, we discussed Nicola Yoon’s “Everything, Everything”. We talked about what it would be like to grow up in a bubble, our favorite parts of the book, and what we would change about the book. https://fatherdaughterbookclub.com/podcast/everything-everything/ Up next: “Uglies” by Scott Westerfield
FDBC attempts “Pride and Prejudice”
After our success with “The Alchemist”, we opted to take it up even further with Jane Austen’s classic, “Pride and Prejudice”. Although this novel proved more difficult, we still had a good time discussing what we could and breaking down what worked and didn’t work for us. https://fatherdaughterbookclub.com/podcast/pride-and-prejudice/ Up next: “Everything, Everything” by Nicola Yoon