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Welcome to Kent District Library’s Stump the Librarian Podcast where your friendly neighborhood librarians put their research skills to the test answering questions from you, the listener! Join Courtnei, Emily, and Jill every other Wednesday to learn new and exciting information. Think you have a question that can stump us? Visit www.kdl.org/stump to submit a question of your own!
 
Expert interviews, action steps, and behind-the-shelves secrets from veteran school librarians… all tied together by my mission to build your personal learning network (PLN) and take charge of your professional development so you will flourish as an effective instructional partner in the library, classroom, and school. Visit www.laurasheneman.com/contact to nominate someone for an interview.
 
A monthly podcast for exploring, celebrating and, most of all, enjoying the work of the American mystery writer, Raymond Chandler. The podcast comes from the corner of a country lane in the middle of England and is published on the 14th of each month. So, when you get that five minutes to midnight feeling, please join us
 
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Jessamine County Public Library

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Each month, a JCPL librarian interviews published writers who share their favorite writing prompts. Whether you're just getting started or have written for years, you'll find ideas and advice to inspire you and help you become a better writer. Brought to you in partnership with the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning.
 
Join Guiding Ohio Online Learning Coach, Charley, and Emerging Services and Technologies Librarian, Shawn, as they discuss new and upcoming tech innovations in the world. This could be anything ... smart homes, vehicles, gaming, just anything tech related that is in the news somewhere.
 
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Brooklyn Public Library

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Brooklyn has so many stories to tell, and a lot of them start at the library. Every other week, “Borrowed” brings you stories that start here and take you somewhere new. We're talking to people starting businesses, finding their roots, playing Dungeons & Dragons, creating community—and of course, borrowing books! Brought to you by Brooklyn Public Library.
 
We are a book group podcast, looking at a new genre each week. We enjoy a beverage that matches the theme of the episode, we talk about some books we like with our Guest Hosts, and we share resources for finding more books. We work in a library system, and many of our guests work in libraries - so we have a lot of fun books to share! Grab a beverage, and let's start talking about books!
 
The Okie Bookcast celebrates books and writing in and about Oklahoma. Each episode includes an interview with a contributor to the reading life of Oklahoma - it might be author, publisher, librarian, reader, bookseller, or other figure. In addition to the interview, each episode includes a review from an Oklahoma author about a book they love. New episodes drop on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Connect with Okie Bookcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok - @okiebookcast.
 
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.
 
The audio supplement to "Against The Grain - Linking Publishers, Vendors and Librarians" publication. Against the Grain is your key to the latest news about libraries, publishers, book jobbers, and subscription agents. Our goal is to link publishers, vendors, and librarians by reporting on the issues, literature, and people that impact the world of books and journals.
 
A Readers’ Advisory Podcast about becoming better library staff by reading every genre, whether we like them or not! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers.
 
Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
A life long geek and a school librarian bring their respective expertise to the mission of examining graphic novels and trade collections with female protagonists. Superheroes, teenage drama, space opera, all is on the table and up for discussion. Because kicking butt knows no gender restriction. Fire and Water Podcast Network presents a Council of Geeks Production.
 
From the national organization Reach Out and Read comes a brand new podcast centered around the belief that children’s books build better brains, better family relationships, and happier, healthy children and societies. Join us as host Dr Dipesh Navsaria, a pediatrician with a children’s librarianship degree, dives into a wealth of varied early childhood health and literacy topics with expert guests examining the many facets of supporting the parent-child relationship as key to early success.
 
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Join Your Favorite Librarian and special quest, Ashley Meadows, for Episode 10: "Eye to Eye: Black Women, Hatred, and the Use of Anger." This episode is a nod to Audre Lorde and an exploration of the Uses of Anger. This week's episode reading list include the following: “Sister Outsider” by Audre Lorde “Honeypot: Black Southern Women Who Love Women…
 
Be inspired as Arlene Laverde shares strategies for finding joy in her library, with her students (both HS AND college!!!) and in her profession! I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Editable PD Certificate FAQ’s and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Programs E148: AASL21: Getting Involved…
 
On this episode of Librarians with Lattes, Amanda sits down with library ambassadors, Jo Ann and Kelly, to talk about how they use the libraries as graduate students. Both Jo Ann and Kelly are also studying to be Librarians - so be prepared for a great conversation centering around librarianship, student library use, books, and pop culture! Music c…
 
Welcome to the first episode of season two of Stump the Librarian! Join Courtnei and Emily, with a little help from Jill, as they tackle three questions in this episode. Why is New York called the Big Apple? How did black pepper become such a popular spice? Are there any animals that can’t fart? Do bats?? We would love to answer your questions too!…
 
Inspired by a couple of passages in Ellen Oh's Finding Junie Kim which reminded me of Susan Cain's TED Talk called "The Power of Introverts", as well as her book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. Cain also wrote a book for children and teens called Quiet Power: the Secret Strengths of Introverted Kids --- Send in a …
 
This week on The Book Drop we share our wild days at the library, catch up on what we've been reading and talk about 2022 reading goals for query of the week. Check out the OPL events calendar for these upcoming events: Virtual Book Bash on Thursday, February 24th at 7pm. The 2022 OPL Reading Challenge is under way. This month's challenge is Read a…
 
We talk about the emotional and physical architecture of NICU reading programs and their effect on babies, their families, and the medical staff who implement them, in Part 2 of our “Reading in the NICU” series. Dr. Viral Jain explains how these programs give parents a way to reclaim some element of their role, and how providers can offer practical…
 
Episode one seventy seven – part three Jenn sat down with Matthew Gabriele and David Perry to discuss their new book, THE BRIGHT AGES: A NEW HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE. They talked why “Dark Ages” isn’t a useful term for the medieval period, the supposed “fall” of Rome (spoiler alert: Rome never fell!), and the complexity and richness of medieval c…
 
This episode we’re talking about 2022: The Year of Book Two! (And sequels!) We discuss why we read (or don’t read) sequels, favourite book twos, reading series out of order, and more! Plus: Shocking reveals that don’t leave an impact because we’ve forgotten who the character is... You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it …
 
This season we are moving through the state of Minnesota, looking at an interesting fact about each county and giving you a book prompt from that fact. We will share six book suggestions to meet that prompt, to get you started on reading new books. You can also take that prompt and find any other book to meet the challenge! Rice County contains the…
 
Thanks for checking out Chapter Nine of the Okie Bookcast! My guest is Jeremie Kubicek, founder of GiANT Worldwide, serial entrepreneur, and author. Jeremie is a powerful communicator and content builder whose work is used by some of the largest companies and organizations around the globe. He is the author of multiple books, including: 100X Leader…
 
In this episode, Leah Hinds, Executive Director of the Charleston Hub, and Tom Gilson, Associate Editor of Against the Grain, enjoy a conversation with Jay Flynn, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Research, at Wiley and Sven Fund, Managing Director at Knowledge Unlatched. Their talk includes topics surrounding the recent acquisition of …
 
The ComicPop Crew has picked up another Yu-Gi-Oh tin. It’s the latest 2021 Ancient Battles Tin Set. The tin itself is another striking gold and black coloration with the Dark Magician and Blue Eyes White Dragon on the lid, along with other glyph imagery around the tin. Join Logan and Richard as they review and discuss the cards they pull from the t…
 
This week on The Book Drop we're back for season 3 with imagined local literary endorsements, the saga of the Bad Art Friend and what we'd wear as our ghost selves for query of the week. Check out the OPL events calendar for these upcoming events: Storytimes Adult Book Clubs Friends of the Omaha Public Library Annual Meeting, Saturday, January 22, …
 
Simon James Green is a writer of children's and YA fiction. He was listed for the Branfoed Boase Award for his debut novel, Noah Can't Even His novel Alex in Wonderland (nominated for the Carnegie Medal and selected as one of the top 20 LGBTQ+ books of 2019 His first middle grade novel Life of Riley: Beginner’s Luck was shortlisted for the Blue Pet…
 
Welcome to Stories Come to Life. I am your host, Kathryn Lopez Luker. Now we have chapters 10, 11 and 12 of Treasure Island. What an exciting thing it is for Jim to be on board the Hispaniola, immersed in the life of the sea! He watches the men march around the capstan bars, hears the boatswain pipe the hands on board, and enjoys the new experience…
 
This season we are moving through the state of Minnesota, looking at an interesting fact about each county and giving you a book prompt from that fact. We will share six book suggestions to meet that prompt, to get you started on reading new books. You can also take that prompt and find any other book to meet the challenge! Pipestone County is name…
 
Meg Waite Clayton took a leap, leaving a busy career in law to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a writer. She's written eight novels since 2002. Her recent books could be categorized as historical fiction, not wholly based on history but real people and events sprinkled with invented characters. Her latest, "The Postmistress of Paris," is a l…
 
This week, Your Favorite Librarian explores Pro-Blackness and Cancel Culture. This episode examines how Cancel Culture supports some traditional definitions and shapes expressions of Pro-Blackness. Throughout the episode, Your Favorite Librarian also illustrates the cornerstone of Cancel Culture and how gatekeeping, in an act to protect and preserv…
 
Today's episode features a conversation with Leah Hinds, Executive Director, The Charleston Hub. The interview was conducted by Matthew Ismail, Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings and Conference Director at the Charleston Conference. Leah Hinds is the Executive Director of the Charleston Hub, which includes the Charleston Conference, Agains…
 
Coming to us from Finland, Perttu Polonen, author of the book Future Skills joins the fellas to talk about the concept of futurism, the human condition vs technology, whether our diplomas from university and graduate school should have an expiration date. Perttu talks about the mindset associated with technology along with our personal relationship…
 
Learn how Jen Giffen supports her school community (and her PLN!) as both EdTech Specialist AND Teacher Librarian. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Capstone *use UNITED for $20 off $100 or more on print and ebooks Editable PD Certificate FAQ’s and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Prog…
 
Guests: Seth Porter and Karen Viars of the Georgia Tech Library. First broadcast August 25 2017. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2017/08/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-august-25th-information-literacy-for-the-win-episode-355/ "Information literacy is a life skill."
 
Welcome to Stories Come to Life. I am your host, Kathryn Lopez Luker. Here are chapters 7, 8, and 9 of Treasure Island. The squire, Mr. Trelawney, has purchased a lovely schooner, the Hispaniola, to take Jim and Dr. Livesey to the island on the treasure map. He’s also hired a captain, a cook, and enough men to crew the ship. Jim is so excited to go…
 
Author and illustrator Jen Carney wrote the B.U.G. series to celebrate diverse - and perhaps slightly bonkers - families. In this episode, she talks with Nikki Gamble about the importance of adopted and fostered children being visible in books for children and introduces us to the world of B.U.G. About B.U.G series Meet Billie Upton Green and her V…
 
S5EP12- Shaw is Vegeta Welcome to episode 12 of season 5 of the Gateway Geeks Podcast- Shaw is Vegeta! In this, our drunkest podcast ever, we discuss the spinoff series from the main FF franchise. Main Topic- Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw hanks for listening! Remember you can find us on Amazon and Audible as well as Spotify and Apple Po…
 
Parents love seeing their children experience feelings of joy, happiness, and success. Conversely, they often feel a desire to protect their children against feeling sadness, anxiety or a sense of loss. But is that best? And is it even possible? Newbery award-winning author Erin Entrada Kelly and Behavioral Pediatrician Dr. Nerissa Bauer join us to…
 
Episode one seventy five – part two Radhika Sanghani chats internet trolls, those pesky life milestones society puts on us all, and why self love is so important! Stacey and Jessikah sat down with Radhika about all of these things and more in the context of her book 30 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT MYSELF which finds it’s heroine, Nina, a young British India…
 
Episode one seventy five – part two Jenn sits down to chat with Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell, author of the Murder Book: A Graphic Memoir of a True Crime Obsession. They discuss the true crime genre and its appeal to women audiences, making the jump from drawing comic strips to a full-length graphic novel, and avoiding artistic burnout.…
 
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