If you read Juvenile or YA books--or know someone who does--then this podcast is for you! Join the staff at The Chattanooga Public Library each week for a book recommendation to help you add to your TBR stack. Learn about new books or even older books that are new to you, and be ready to answer the next time someone asks you what you're reading next!
Episode 27: Fence
Whether you love competition or call anything involving exercise "sportsball," Rachel promises you'll love her new rec: Fence, a graphic serial by C.S. Pascat. En garde!
Episode 26 : Wolfpack
Join Crissy as she discusses Wolfpack by Abby Wambach. This J-Non Fiction, written by the GOAT of the soccer world, is all about how young people can learn how to use their voice, unite their pack, and change the world.
Episode 25 : Legendborn
Lyn's talking about Legendborn by Tracy Deonn, and she loves it so much that she can't stop talking about it to everyone she meets. Read it so she will stop that.
Episode 24: The Invention of Hugo Cabret
Join Rachel and special guest Thomas Anderson, fellow Youth Services Librarian, as they discuss The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick.
Episode 23 : Thirteens
Lyn has a scary middle-grades recommendation for you! Eleanor Barton is creeped out by her new home, by her new town, but mostly by the creepy stuff she can see that no one else can. Something is wrong in Eden Eld, and it seems like maybe that wrong thing is coming for her!
Episode 22 : An Abudance of Katherines
Lyn is joined by Lee Hope, Director of Youth Services at the Chattanooga Public Library, in this week's episode focusing on An Abundance of Katherines by John Green.
Short, smart, and fun!
This is my favorite new podcast! I don’t normally read YA but I’m always intrigued by this genre’s depth and popularity so this is a fun introduction to stories I wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to.