The Library Club students of Greene Middle School and Mrs. Collins, the Librarian, argue about books -- which authors are the best, whether Harry Potter is still worth reading, the book vs. the movie, etc.
S2 - Episode 2: Hot or Not? Middle School Lit Edition
This week our panel of students, Dhruv, Nicolas, and Ella, argue about what's hot, and what's not, in the world of middle school literature. Which books are no longer popular that once were? Which books are super popular now, but we think they'll be out...
S2 - Episode 1: Stereotypes in books that drive us nuts!
Ever read a book that just annoyed you for some reason, but you couldn't quite put your finger on it? Well it might have been the way that author's often write their characters, and especially their secondary characters, as stereotypes -- not fully...
Episode 9: Books you haven't heard of (but should TOTALLY read!)
In this, our second to last episode of the season, tune in to get some great book recommendations that you almost definitely haven't heard of from our student panel of Tove, Abi, and Sean, and of course Mrs. Collins, your friendly school librarian.
Episode 8: Books and reading while in quaratine
In this episode our student panel of Asha, Abi, Angelina, and Sean chat with Mrs. Collins about reading in quarantine in general, what we are reading, and more!
Episode 7: Should middle school students be allowed to read controversial or difficult issues? (with Stacey Lee!)
On today's episode our student panel of Abi, Angelina, Sean, Tove, and Elise are joined by Stacey Lee, author of such fabulous young adult fiction titles as Under a Painted Sky, Outrun the Moon, The Downstairs Girl, and The Secret of a Heart Note to...
Episode 6: Movie Adaptations of YA novels -- the good, the bad, and the ugly
This week our student panel of Abi, Angelina, and Tove dive into movie adaptations. Fair warning, as book nerds, we all pretty much think the book was ALWAYS better, but we do have a few good things to say about some movie adaptations...
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I am a middle school historical fiction author. I really enjoyed listening to your podcast with the “key readers” expressing their feelings about their favorite genres and what they liked and disliked about historical fiction.
What a great idea! Kudos for coordinating the podcast with the “true experts.” I loved hearing directly from excited middle school readers. :-)