Compelling True Stories in the Author's Own Voice.
Podcast 7: Climate Change: Here’s Some Evidence
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Climate Change: The Facts and the Consequences by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
Hopping Ahead of Climate Change by Sneed B. Collard, III
The Earth’s Emergency Heat Valve: The Hurricane by Vicki Cobb
STEM and Sky
Luke Skywatcher by Alexandra Siy, How Did Building Bikes Help the Wright Brothers Invent the Airplane by Mary Kay Carson, Flying Into the Eye of a Storm by Vicki Cobb
Building Great Things
How to Interview a Historic Buiding by Andrea Warren The Architect Who Hated Straight Lines, by Roxie Munro Proof Positive:Ballyhoo Confirms the Safety of the Brooklyn Bridge by Jan Adkins
Fighting and Singing for Social Justice
Fighting and Singing for Social JusticeJan Adkins, iNK’s Explainer General intoroduces: The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement-Jim Whiting. Caught! By Doreen Rappaport. We Shall overcome: The Power of a Song by Amy Nathan.
Celebrating Woman's History Month
Jan Adkins, iNK’s Explainer General introduces Susanna Reich's "History Happens Everywhere," Amy Nathan's "Caterpillars to the Rescue," Vicki Cobb's, "Marie Curie: Elite Player in the Science Game, and Roxie Munro's“ Mary Kingsley"
Food You Might Not Want to Eat
Jan Adkins, iNK’s Explainer General introduces Jim Whiting’s “Hard Crackers in Hard Times,” Sara Albee’s “Something’s Rotten in Rome, “ and Vicki Cobb’s, “Some Painful Truth
I love learning from people who love their subjects, and this podcast is an affectionate delight. What a great gift for kids and teachers alike? This information is just far enough off the beaten track to intrigue listeners of any age!
Love listening to books, and I'm delighted to stumble on these nonfiction minutes about Black History Month, told by noted writers. Learned so much.