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Created by: Kitty Felde

USA 6-1011+

Started: June 29th, 2022

Status: Active, 100 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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The Bicycle Spy by Yona Zeldis McDonough
22:15 | Episode: 151 | June 12th, 2024

This week, we travel back to occupied France during World War II for a tale of bravery and bread. Students from Jefferson Middle School Academy in Washington, D.C. discuss Yona Zeldis McDonough’s novel The Bicycle Spy. Our celebrity reader Gwen Deglise Moore has been knighted by the French government for her work in cinema. Kitty Felde is host.

Your Favorite Book Phone Calls Part One
06:40 | June 5th, 2024

What if you want to be on the Book Club for Kids podcast and you don’t live in a city near DC or LA? No problem. You can just call us and tell us about your favorite book, just like these kids from around the country. Information about where to call and what to say at the end of the episode. Kitty Felde is host.

A Conversation with Beth Lincoln
07:05 | May 29th, 2024

Writer Beth Lincoln talks about how her debut novel The Swifts came to life and the difference between audiences for middle grade novels in the U.S. compared to Great Britain. Kitty Felde is host.

Episode 150 The Swifts: a Dictionary of Scoundrels by Beth Lincoln
24:50 | Episode: 150 | May 22nd, 2024

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City of Stem Favorite Books 2024
06:24 | May 15th, 2024

Favorite Books from the City of Stem LA Maker Faire 2024:

A Conversation with Jerry Craft
11:28 | May 8th, 2024

Writer Jerry Craft confesses that he wasn’t much of a reader when he was a kid. Kitty Felde is host.

Challenged Books New Kid by Jerry Craft
20:57 | May 1st, 2024

We continue our series of episodes featuring books that have been banned or challenged around the country. This time, it’s the Newbery Award-winning graphic novel NEW KID by Jerry Craft.

A Conversation with Rachel Renée and Nikki Russell
09:35 | April 24th, 2024

How do you work with your mother on a book? How do you work on 15 books with your mother? We talk to the mother/daughter team behind Dork Diaries, Rachel Renée and Nikki Russell. Kitty Felde is host.

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Created by: Kitty Felde
Started: June 29th, 2022
Status: Active, 100 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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