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Created by: Kitty Felde

USA 6-1011+

Started: February 24th, 2021

Status: Active, 100 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Flickers by Arthur Slade
23:57 |Episode: 136 | January 18th, 2023

A pair of twins from rural Canada take Hollywood by storm. But there’s a darker side to their life in silent movies. Readers from Gilbert Paterson Middle School in Lethbridge, Ontario discuss Arthur Slade‘s novel Flickers. Our celebrity reader is actor, comedian, and game show host Gavin Crawford. Kitty Felde is host.

A Conversation with Laurie Halse Anderson
06:47 | January 11th, 2023

Writer Laurie Halse Anderson talks about writing that first draft, where she finds inspiration, and track and field with host Kitty Felde.

Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson
21:04 | January 4th, 2023

What role did African-Americans play in the Revolutionary War? Chains – the first in a trilogy by Laurie Halse Anderson – takes us to Manhattan in the 1770’s. A trio of readers from Maryland discuss the book. Actress S.W. James is celebrity reader. Kitty Felde is host.

Favorite Books from Taylor Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia
08:07 | December 21st, 2022

Looking for ideas of how to spend that holiday gift card? Readers from Taylor Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia have lots of suggestions for favorite books!

A Mango Shaped Space by Wendy Mass
19:04 | December 7th, 2022

Do you see colors when you do math problems? The heroine of A MANGO SHAPED SPACE. Kids from the Mother/Daughter Book Club at One More Page bookstore in Virginia discuss the book. Writer Wendy Mass says the idea literally jumped out at her from the shelf.

A Conversation with Stuart Gibbs
12:48 | November 30th, 2022

Writer Stuart Gibbs didn’t start out as a writer of middle grade novels. He also didn’t expect to be interrupted in his interview by a member of the wildlife community in the middle of Washington, DC. He talks to host Kitty Felde.

Spy School by Stuart Gibbs
20:36 | November 23rd, 2022

Is there really a secret school in Washington, DC to train kids to become spies? We ask the experts in this episode: kids from Key Elementary in our nation’s capital, writer Stuart Gibbs, and the man whose job description includes overseeing the activities and budget of the CIA, Congressman Eric Swalwell. Our celebrity reader is jounalist Claudia Peschuitta. Kitty Felde is host.

A Conversation with Writer Aida Salazar
06:11 | November 16th, 2022

Is there a difference between writing poetry and prose? Writer Aida Salazar talks to host Kitty Felde about her relationship to poetry and about the telling details in writing.

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Created by: Kitty Felde
Started: February 24th, 2021
Status: Active, 100 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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