A Podcast from Syosset Public Library on Long Island, New York.
Turn The Page – Episode 160b
Episode one sixty - part two
Jessikah got to talk about the mystery behind magicians with Joshua Jay, author of How Magicians Think. This is one book that will bring some magic into your world and challenge readers to look at magicians in new ways. Of course, we also chat about Neil Patrick Harris, who wrote the foreword.
Turn The Page – Episode 160a
Episode one sixty - part one
Sharon and Pam S. zoomed in with the luminous Nicola Yoon to chat about Joy Revolution, a new publishing imprint created by Nicola and her husband David which tells stories focusing of main characters of color experiencing joy and big love.
Turn The Page – Episode 159c
Episode one fifty nine - part three
Jane Igharo dazzled us with THE SWEETEST REMEDY, a heartfelt and funny novel about Hannah, a young bi-racial woman who travels to Nigeria to attend the funeral of a father she never knew. Along the way Hannah bonds with her half siblings, learns so much about herself, and finds a love interest who was connected to her far before they met.
Turn The Page – Episode 159b
Episode one fifty nine - part two
Ralph sat down with Don Hollway, to talk about King Harald Hardrada -- the titular "Last Viking" of his historical book. Among other things, Ralph and Don chat historical accuracy of modern viking depictions (horns were not "a thing") and Don's time as a historical re-enactor!
Turn The Page – Episode 159a
Episode one fifty nine - part one
Barney welcomes Nathaniel Philbrick to discuss Travels with George, Philbrick's well researched book about the first President's tour across a newly minted nation. Of course, Washington's stops on Long Island are highlighted.
Turn The Page – Episode 158c
Episode one fifty eight - part three
Author and podcaster Dana Schwartz zoomed in to discuss nobles behaving badly and the joys of extensive research. Of course we touched upon Noble Blood, Dana's popular podcast.
Great Podcast Syosset Library!!
Thank You for this podcast. Great job ladies. Please keep podcasting!! Unfortunately I never read The Great Gatsby. I guess I shall add that to my summer reading!!
I can’t believe I’m dealing un talon hacks
This podcast lacks personality
And why is there no mention of Harry Potter and fantastic beasts