These are the books that I have loved reading to Henry.
Our family loves to read we started this podcast so that we can share our passion with everyone and bring the choicest children's books to you. Come read with us.
The brand new podcast for those in the world of publishing! Chapter and Verse - The Art of Selling Children’s Books will be hosted by children's editor at The Bookseller, Charlotte Eyre. Twice a month, Charlotte will be joined by a different author who will share their story with us and discuss a challenge in line with their upcoming title. From reaching out to LGBTQ+ teens to introducing an adult author to the children's audience, we will be sharing ways to get books into the hands of all c ...
This is the place for bibiophiles to meet and quiz their literary heroes. It’s a fun listen full of passionate young readers asking their favourite authors brilliantly insightful questions
As parents, we want to instill messages in our children’s mind that they will remember forever. Those messages are the values and keys to life they will carry with them into the real world. Did you know that children’s books can be used as a tool to raise good humans? To have conversations with our kids that matter most? Join us on this journey as we spotlight talented authors and their beautiful books. Books that act as tools to create dialogue and bond with our children. Learn how to walk ...
Here we share conversations with librarians, educators, and readers about the children's books that can be bridges across our cultural divides… the books that can open minds and the books that can be the lifeline a child needs to remember they're not alone. The hosts are Ann Braden and Saadia Faruqi. Ann is a middle grade author, a community organizer, a former middle school teacher and a mother of two. Saadia is a Pakistani American author, an interfaith activist, cultural sensitivity train ...
Author Katie Davis hosts Brain Burps About Books as a "fly on the wall" show. It's all about the craft and business of publishing, now including all genres––not just children's books. Interviews with experts cover publishing, creating, promoting, and writing them. Are you an aspiring writer who'd like to know the inside scoop on how others got their books published? Kid's books? Indie books? Non-fiction? Or are you already published and want to hear how to make your book trailer? Maybe you'r ...
My Baby Monsters: kids stories, children music, children's books, kid art, & fun storytelling - old time radio movie - podcast
Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
Your Children’s Bookshelf is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing FREE children’s books through our Donors and Program Partners to families and children; encouraging the love of reading, fostering literacy and education. It was sparked and inspired by published children’s author Mary Jane Miller, whose life was marked by the love of reading, writing, and family. Mary Jane’s incredible connection to children and caregivers is woven through her stories and her family. Here on our Po ...
A podcast in which one film lecturer and one scaredy-cat discuss creepy, spooky and disturbing children's books, films and tv.
In the Reading Corner is a podcast for anyone interested in children's books and reading. If you are a teacher, librarian, parent, bookseller, publisher, writer or illustrator, there is much to discover In The Reading Corner about topical issues, the latest children's books, writing processes, inspirations and news about your favourite authors.
Join this Mother-Daughter team for their weekly podcast as they read the latest and greatest children's books out there. Giggling and yawning through every story as the clock ticks closer to bedtime. Check out our YouTube Channel, Sleepyhead Stories Cover art created by Swing Graphics, LLC
How do you know a good book when you see it? What books are really worth reading? The purpose of this conversation is to help mothers and fathers identify books that will liberate their children to embrace truth, goodness, and beauty. We’ll be pondering questions of life and lifestyle as we seek to become people who live deeply and read deeply, drawing our children into the adventure of reading and living.
The Simon & Schuster Kids Video Podcast is the place to learn all about our latest children's books, with special video trailers, author interviews, and more! The perfect spot to get great video content suitable for the whole family.
The Middle-Grade Mavens are two Australian authors reviewing middle-grade children's books. We also chat with authors and illustrators about their inspiration, processes and experience and sometimes we interview publishers and agents to find out more about the industry. Whether you're a writer, school librarian, teacher, or just a book fan, this is for you. Julie Anne Grasso is the author of the Frankie Dupont Mystery series, cupcake enthusiast and part-time library book wrangler. Pamela Uec ...
Join award-winning children's author, Paul Durham, as he and his weekly guests give you a behind-the-scenes look at the children's publishing industry.
Favourite children's books ranging from classic to contemporary, read aloud by 3... no, 4...now 5 year old Tula Jane and/or her preschool teaching Mother In The Wild
One More Page is a podcast for lovers of kids’ books. Whether you’re a kid, a librarian or just one of those people who never grew up…this is the podcast for you. Packed full of interviews, book reviews and industry gossip, not to mention the occasional fart joke, One More Page is your fortnightly foray into the world of children’s books.
We are two sassy ladies who are revisiting the children's and YA books of our past... jokes, occasional curse words, nostalgia, and hilarity ensue! Come join us.
The information & inspiration you need to create your first children's book!
Controversial childrens books. Featuring Pauline, Erik, Tonantzin and Crystal. Period 5.
A podcast featuring Hilda Mary reading from great books and classic literature for kids. Occasionally, books with specifically Christian themes will be featured; these will be noted as such in the description.
Booktalks about children's books
Daughter of two DJs, wife, and mother of two, I had an idea—I’m going to record myself reading children’s books! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liana-rodriguez/support
Kids Ask Authors is a podcast where kids can ask the authors of their favorite books a question. Every week, children's book author and illustrator Grace Lin and a guest author answer one question from a child reader-helping kids on their own creative journey!
R.E.A.D Books with Joziah is a podcast dedicated to promoting reading among children. R.E.A.D stands for Read - Explore - Adore - Discuss.
A podcast by Adam Turley, third grader and reader. Listen in and follow along as I read my favorite books.
Rachel & Sam Read a Story is about the fun of reading children's books, but it's also about how little sense these books make when you read them 20 years later. Sit back and let us re-read your childhood favorites, and some new additions to the world of children's lit, and make fun of them all the while!
In this podcast, your favorite fictional stories both old and new are brought to life through the voice acting talents of a longtime actor and improviser. Fantastic as a read-along option for your hard copy books, whether as bedtime stories for children or an entertaining read on the road. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bookmarked-podcast/support
We sat down and watched some stuff. And then talked about it. If you love movies, TV shows, superheroes, video games, comic books, swearing, cartoons, and toys, then this just might be the podcast for you.
Welcome to In Plain Language, the speech and language podcast presented by Malty the Blue Tiger bilingual children's books. Here, you'll get invaluable tips from top experts to help advance your child's language skills — whether it's their native language or a new language. To support the podcast, visit anchor.fm/in-plain-language and click "Support." Your contribution helps to provide families with free language and learning resources! For bilingual books and audiobooks, visit www.MaltyTheB ...
Join an internationally bestselling children's book author and her down-home husband and their dogs as they try to live a happy, better life by being happier, better people . You can use those skills in writing and vice versa. But we’re not perfect, just like our podcast. We’re cool with that.
Kate Vlasek and Lauryn Hunter are two women in their mid-thirties who generally geek out about all things pop culture, particularly nostalgic pop culture. A spur-of-the-moment purchase of a random assortment of Baby-Sitters Club books on eBay sparked the excitement that would become Generation BSC. And what is Generation BSC? First, it’s a micro-generation Kate and Lauryn have identified with between Generation X and Millennials. This micro-generation has also been called the Oregon Trail Ge ...
Welcome to Banned Books, where we read and converse with the rebel children, the holy mischief-makers of God, who fight against the kind of useless religious, spiritual, and moral methods of life improvement that seeks to smother the glory of God in Jesus Christ. We want to introduce you to those who forgot everything except Jesus Christ and him crucified. We all struggle with fear of being last, lost, least, littlest, and dead, and so we are here to encourage, challenge, provoke, and maybe ...
This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on the the Exploration: From Lewis and Clark to the Gold Rush and Children's Literature. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area) ...
БараБука розпочинає новий трансконтинентальний проект – подкаст BookaBooks. Це – цикл розмов із експерткою БараБуки Оксаною Лущевською, відомою дитячою письменницею, а також докторкою наук у галузі освіти, акцент – дитяча література. Оксана отримала науковий ступінь в Університеті Джорджії (США), тож гарно знає американський і світовий контекст дитячої книжки.BookaBooks підніматиме важливі для української дитячої літератури теми, намагаючись означити наше місце у світовому контексті й ті шля ...
Arthur Scott Bailey (1877 – 1949) was author of more than forty children's books. He was born on November 15, 1877, in St. Albans, Vermont, United States, the second child of Winfield Scott Bailey and Harriet Sarah Goodhue. THERE was great excitement in the neighborhood of Farmer Green's house. Rusty Wren had found some strange tracks. And nobody knew whose they were. Now, when they were puzzled like that the field- and forest-folk usually went straight to Mr. Crow for advice. But this time ...
Phil Williams and Natalie Jamieson interview the world's biggest selling writers of fiction, non-fiction, sport, cookery, children's and biography books. These are big selling, easy to read books you'll love. Featuring writers who've sold millions and uncovering gems from new talent. Each episode will feature a writer who'll read an extract of their book to you, discuss it with Phil & Natalie and also give their recommendations for other books to read. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o ...
CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.
The Adventures of Bob White is another in the long line of children's books by conservationist Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, Bob White and Mrs. Bob White make a new home near the Old Briar Patch where they become neighbors with Peter Rabbit. We learn what Bob White likes to eat, how he protects his nest from being discovered, and who his friends and his enemies are. We also learn that sometimes it's not good to know everything, that arithmetic can be a useful tool, and that a Bob White ...
The Sydney Writers' Centre podcast on writers and writing features interviews with best-selling and acclaimed writers in a wide range of genres including literary fiction, fantasy, children's books, non-fiction, business and much more. Founder of the Sydney Writers' Centre, Valerie Khoo, interviews successful writers on how they approach the writing process and what goes into creating a remarkable piece of work. www.sydneywriterscentre.com.au
Join Licensed Therapist, Robyn Tamanaha, in this monthly podcast discussing books that feature mental health and mental illness topics. A wide range of books will be covered including children's, middle grade, young adult, adult, fiction, non-fiction, graphic novel, autobiography, and self-help.
A family podcast about classic children’s books and the impact they have on us long into adulthood. In each episode, we talk about one popular children's book from the past, uncovering the unique story behind the story. While sitting down with famous, award-winning authors, we investigate the timeless themes in kids’ books.
A sampling of the children's books written and illustrated by E. Boyd Smith. The first story is Mr. Smith's version of the Story of Noah's Ark. He then tells us the story of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith. Next we join a hen as she hatches her chicks and their life on the farm. We then go on several adventures with Bob and Betty as they visit their Uncle's farm, go to the seashore and learn about ships, and then learn about railroads and trains. Our last story is a brief history of the Un ...
Welcome to the YA and Children's Book Podcast (for Adults)! Our show is hosted by two book enthusiasts: a writer (Sarah Hansen) and a teacher (Terri La Rue). Together, we are rereading and discussing the books that shaped us. If you’ve ever wondered which Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants character you are, why horse girls get so many books written about them, or how Stuart Little's human mother gave birth to a mouse, then this is the show for you. Join us as we relive childhood, one book at ...
BooksThatSpeak is our effort to help our kids fall and stay in love with books and stories - even if it means that they are listening to the stories instead of reading them. Tune in for audio versions of children's stories in Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati and English.
Bed Time Stories is a collection of 14 short stories especially for young children.
A story for children about a little bear with no name, “there were not enough names to go round,” and his adventures in finding one.
Leonard Leslie Brooke was a talented nineteenth/early twentieth century illustrator who also wrote some delightful children's books. He was well-known for his caricatures, portrait and landscape painting and sketches. He illustrated many children's books, especially those written by Andrew Lang. Some of his famous works are The Nursery Rhyme Book, The Golden Goose Book, Johnny Crow's Party and Ring O' Roses. The Story of the Three Little Pigs was published in 1904. Most readers would be fami ...
Doctor Dolittle's Circus - Hugh LoftingDoor Your Children's Bookshelf Team
The first vaccines for young children aged 5 to 11 in Canada could be approved in a matter of weeks. We ask vaccine researcher Dr. Karina Top about the safety and possible side effects of these vaccines.
There's a new national online program offering help for thousands of families stumbling through their days because of sleepless nights. Find out more from Dr. Penny Corkum, head of the program's team of researchers.
Business leaders in Yarmouth say better housing is the key to attracting doctors, and they're putting their money where their mouth is by building a five-unit apartment complex exclusively for doctors. CBC's Preston Mulligan brings us the story.
A new collaborative project looking at how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted community-based dementia care has revealed cracks in the available supports, especially for members of the African Nova Scotian community. We hear from student researcher Mary Lukindo.
You’re writing a book. And that book has to start somewhere. Where it starts? That’s called the opening scene and this little baby has a lot of work that it has to do. It’s like the first moments of a blind date, but instead of a blind date between two people, it’s a blind date between the book and the reader. Will they like each other? Will they w…
Happy Halloween, dear listeners! We're so thrilled to present our recap of one of the best spooky kids books of all time, Bunnicula (1979), by James and Deborah Howe. You've gotta love a story introduced by "the editor," a la Jane Eyre. Join us and our Special Guest Star Joselle Shea as we reminisce about Halloweens past and question the sanity of …
Kate and Lauryn return for Season Two on November 9th! Welcome to our end of summer re-watch of season one of the Baby-Sitters Club series on Netflix. For the next few weeks, watch along with us and revisit our thoughts on the series before season two drops in October. We’ll be back in the fall with our own season two as well, and can’t wait to cat…
Dalhousie law professor Archie Kaiser looks at the federal government's promise to help people get rid of their marijuana convictions and how successful it's been.
Longtime friends and filmmakers Mark Holmes and Matt Cappuccitti are travelling across the country, gathering stories of Black activism in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.
Healthcare columnist Mary Jane Hampton looks at whether we'll need a booster or a third dose of vaccine against COVID-19.
Y'all, episode 17 is SO GOOD. We have a third person joining us for the first time on the pod, and we're doing Bunnicula, so it's going to be on for the ages. Unfortunately, it's taking us a little bit more time than usual to polish, so can we suggest? Our Episode 5, on Christopher Pike? It's called Remember Me? Spooky in only the way that a 1980s …
A Mighty Fortress is Our God’s Memory. In this episode, we read and discuss Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents by Rod Dreher. Why is communal memory important to preserving correct doctrine? What happens to families when communal memory is lost? When do traditions enable soft totalitarianism to infiltrate our churches and culture? …
Pam Muñoz Ryan’s novel of immigration, trauma, and resilience has been beloved by children and teachers since its publication in 2000. It is a work of historical fiction, but the novel’s focus on the intersection of racism and capitalist exploitation unfortunately remains very relevant today. Terri also shares a few stories from her own family’s hi…
Authors Melissa Iwai and Grace Lin answer the question Who inspired you to be an illustrator? and Book review club member Clara reviews Dumplings for Lili by Melissa Iwai.Door PACYWORKS PRODUCTIONS
Looking for some entertainment screams? Our culture columnist Tara Lynn Taylor tells us about The Woman in Black, Yaga, and the Hellifax Horror Fest in this week's Hallowe'en edition of Art 'n Soul.
A group of Citadel High students recently wrote, illustrated and published a book called "Women's Issue." It explores themes like the pink tax and systemic misogyny. We hear from two of the authors, 16-year-olds Rae Steeves and Kate James.
Many kids have passed through the magical portal of Woozles over the years. The children's bookstore opened 43 years ago, tucked away on a side street in downtown Halifax. Now the shop is moving to a new location. Woozles founder Liz Crocker tells us why.
Most of the country is smashing gas price records, and industry analysts are saying this is just the beginning for paying more at the pumps in Canada. Hear what's ahead from Dan McTeague, who is with Canadians for Affordable Energy and gaswizard.ca.
Some municipal councillors, in Halifax and elsewhere, are concerned the new housing strategy could overstep. We hear a response to those concerns from the province's Housing Minister John Lohr.
Join Joziah as he takes a look at a book that had him reading around the clock to finish! He’s also joined by his good friend Judah to talk about some secret mysteries.Door Joziah
Oliver Jeffers is a visual artist and author working in painting, bookmaking, illustration, collage, performance, and sculpture. He best is one of the foremost illustrators of children's books working today. Oliver talked with Nikki Gamble about There's a Ghost in This House, remarkable for it;s playfulness and seriousness as well as the experiment…
Phil Hickes was born in the UK where he lived next door to a graveyard - a perfect breeding ground for a future writer of children's horror stories. He now lives with his wife in Portland, Oregon, where he works as an advertising copywriter. Phil has a passion for horror, ghosts, and all things that go bump in the night. His short stories have been…
Students' rental digs are often spartan, but for student Hayley Inglis they were much worse. So she took her landlord to court in a case some say points to a need for new laws. Hear her story, and from Dalhousie Legal Aid.
Canada's inflation rate reached an 18 year high this week. To help lessen the financial burden, some advocates have been calling for a universal basic income. Preston chats with Paul Taylor, executive director of FoodShare and guest speaker at a basic income conference in Halifax.
The Houston government unveiled its housing strategy this week. It includes money for affordable housing and will free up provincial land to create new housing, but it also takes away decision-making power from municipalities. HRM councillor Waye Mason talks about that.
Tula Jane and her Mother in the Wild read "The Day the Crayons Quit" by Drew Daywalt.
Fully vaccinated people can still contract COVID-19, but not everyone is at the same level of risk for breakthrough infections. Our house doctor Peter Lin explains.
Suzy Hansen, Brian Wong and Angela Simmonds represent different political parties in the Nova Scotia legislature, but each can claim being a first. They shared their stories of struggle and personal perseverance during their inaugural speeches at Province House.
The day after he was sworn in, Premier Tim Houston fired the CEO and most of the board of the Nova Scotia Health Authority. He replaced them with an administrator, Janet Davidson, who essentially became a one-person board. Hear our conversation with her.
Two of this province's most prominent political cartoonists, Michael DeAdder and Bruce MacKinnon, talk about receiving recognition for their work in the United States — and how the rise of Donald Trump played a role in that success.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Mark TwainDoor Your Children's Bookshelf Team
The horror movie season continues with the latest installment of the Halloween franchise, Halloween Kills. And we have many, many thoughts. Plus, the total badassery of the trailer for The Batman. And please head over to ADAMSNERDS.com for more.Door Children of the Adams
Hear about a pilot project in Nova Scotia that has been helping men who abuse their partners get support services as soon as they're charged, an effort focused on getting to some of the root causes of intimate partner violence.
Governor General award-winning playwright, musician and novelist Tomson Highway is headlining the Devour! Food Film Fest. Hear about his favourite food film, Indigenous cuisin and his new memoir.
Our adventurous duo Chris and Jan, who host a speaker's series called Night of Adventure, share the benefits of telling tales of treks and trails to others.
"Court-Side Moms" podcaster Wendy Sparks talks about what it will be like to see her son, Khem Birch, play centre for the Toronto Raptors. He signed a multi-year contract with the team this past August.
Just like hanging out with a friend, or listening to an instructor drone on and on about the beauty of a mullet, the keys to controlling your novel’s pacing are language and conflict and scene sequence and stakes. We’re going to talk about those today. What’s pacing?It's how fast or slow the story goes for the reader. LANGUAGE IS A BIG WAY TO IMPAC…
In this episode, we are delving into kids' books that evoke all the feels. From touching friendship stories to books tackling deep and sometimes tricky topics, we speak to some amazing authors weaving emotional magic with words. First up, meet Maryam Master, esteemed playwright and scriptwriter who has now turned her hand to middle grade. Hear more…
Welcome to our end of summer re-watch of season one of the Baby-Sitters Club series on Netflix. For the next few weeks, watch along with us and revisit our thoughts on the series before season two drops in October. We’ll be back in the fall with our own season two as well, and can’t wait to catch up with you then. In the meantime, keep your eye on …
A group of volunteers has been working in the Tobeatic wilderness area, trying to save a rare stand of old growth hemlock trees from woolly adelgid infestation. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor joined a four-hour canoe and portage trip into the site.
CBC reporter Taryn Grant has compiled numbers that give some insight into the scope of homelessness across every region of Nova Scotia.
Acadia University's homecoming celebrations got out of hand when they spilled into the residential streets of Wolfville, resulting in several charges. The university's president Peter Ricketts joins us to talk about the university's response.
Nova Scotia's doctor shortage continues to be a daunting problem, but our lack of nurses is even more acute, according to our healthcare columnist Mary Jane Hampton. On this week's healthcare hacks, how the nurses' shortage happened and what needs to be done to fix it.
Hear why Kyle Wilby, an associate professor with Dalhousie University's College of Pharmacy, is developing a new curriculum to help his students better serve LGBTQ customers.
Today on Middle Grade Mavens, Pamela reviews, "The What On Earth Institute of Wonder," by Lisa Nichol, and "My Brother Ben," by Peter Carnavas, and Julie reviews, "The Magic of Magnolia Moon," by Edwina Wyatt, and "Shadowghast," by Thomas Taylor. Plus Andy Griffiths stops in for an interview about his latest book with Terry Denton, "The 143 Story T…
Authors Meenal Patel and Grace Lin answer the question Do you have a favorite piece of art that you made? and book review club member Ava reviews Priya Dreams of Marigolds and Masala by Meenal Patel.Door PACYORKS PRODUCTIONS
It's been 20 years since the Joel Plaskett Emergency put out their acclaimed debut album, Down at the Khyber. The CBC's Richard Woodbury tells us about the making of the album, and why Plaskett decided to re-record it this year.
Acadia University held its homecoming celebration over the weekend. Several arrests were made as hundreds of people gathered in residential streets. We hear from Bob Lutes, a resident of Wolfville involved in efforts to address off-campus behaviour and foster community harmony.
In this week's culture column, Tara Lynn Taylor tells us about a new re-imagining of the classic story of Romeo and Juliet. Plus, shines a spotlight on some films shooting in NS!