Best beverly cleary podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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A Beverly Cleary podcast with Phil Gonzales and John McCoy.
 
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Jennie and Marcy talk to Paul Zelinsky, Caldecott winner and illustrator of Newbery medal-winning Dear Mr. Henshaw by Beverly Cleary. Full show notes at www.newberytart.com.
 
The small brown mouse named Ralph who was hiding under the grandfather clock did not have much longer to wait before he could ride his motorcycle. The clock had struck eight already, and then eight thirty. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoyBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Sarah interviews Melissa Jane Osborne actor, screenwriter, and author of The Wendy Project about her gorgeous and devastating adaptation of Peter Pan. Books discussed: Ramona Quimby books by Beverly Cleary Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery The Great Gilly Hopkins by Katherine Patterson Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews The Complete Wo ...…
 
Some positive ways that humans take part in nature’s cycles, living the autumn life, a response to anxiety, and why Beverly Cleary is a psychopomp. Get in touch! www.spiritoftheendeavor.net and spiritoftheendeavor@gmail.com
 
Kristi Wientge grew up loving books, especially those by her favorite author Beverly Cleary. Cleary's book's and Kristi's own experiences as a child inspired Wientge to write her debut MG release Karma Khullar's Mustache.Episode Mentions: Beverly Cleary Ramona Ellen Tebbits The Mouse and the Motorcycle Scholastic Book Orders Fifteen Babysitter ...…
 
You've listened to us obsess over his books The Serpent King and Goodbye Days for a year. You've bought your own copies because of our enthusiastic recommendations. You've heard his name on the podcast, in the "best of YA" lists, and all over our social media. Welcome to Episode 50 of Book Jawn Podcast, where Grace sits down to interview acclai ...…
 
Amanda and Jenn discuss Alaska reads, classics, LGBTQ+ YA, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. This episode is sponsored by Genius: The Game by Leopoldo Gout and The Secret Agent Training Manual by Elizabeth Singer Hunt. Questions 1. Hi! I'll be visiting a few cities in Alaska this summer, and I was wondering if you could recommend s ...…
 
Henry Huggins had a lot of good ideas that fall when he first had his paper route, but somehow his ideas had a way of not turning out as he had planned. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoyBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Sara Goodman, editorial director for Wednesday Books, a new imprint from St. Martin’s Press featuring crossover, coming-of-age stories. She talks about finding a career in publishing in spite of herself, getting up at 5 a.m. to read, and the never-ending hunt for voice. Sara Goodman Show Notes Peter Halley (artist) Stephen King George R. R. Mar ...…
 
The things that happened to Emily Bartlett that year! It seemed to Emily that it all began one bright spring day, a day meant for adventure. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoyBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
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Today I’m chatting with Janssen Bradshaw of Everyday Reading, and she and I are going to chat about our favorite summer reading picks. Summer is a great time to chip away at your book list, so whether you are reading a hard copy or listening on Audible, make reading a priority, because when YOU read, your KIDS will read. I will link to ALL the ...…
 
With the beginning of summer right around the corner, keeping our kids occupied and enjoying family activities are typically high on everyone’s list. What if you could accomplish both by adding the simple activity of reading aloud together? Sarah Mackenzie, homeschooling mom of 6 and founder of the Read Aloud Revival podcast shares how her fami ...…
 
With the beginning of summer right around the corner, keeping our kids occupied and enjoying family activities are typically high on everyone’s list. What if you could accomplish both by adding the simple activity of reading aloud together? Sarah Mackenzie, homeschooling mom of 6 and founder of the Read Aloud Revival podcast shares how her fami ...…
 
Intro Hi everyone - welcome to Books Between - a podcast focused solely on middle grade readers and to help teachers, parents, and librarians connect them to books they will love. I’m your host, Corrina Allen - a mom of two, a 5th grade teacher and still basking in the glow of getting to see Neil DeGrasse Tyson LIVE when he came to Syracuse! He ...…
 
“I have the funniest feeling,” remarked Jean Jarrett, who was drying the supper dishes while her older sister, Sue, washed them. “I keep feeling as if something nice is going to happen.” Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoy Show Notes & Links Beth Auron (reading)By podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Listen to YA superstar Sara Zarr (whose newest novel, GEM & DIXIE, is out now!) talk about the first time she encountered “smart” as an epithet, getting career advice from Chris Crutcher, and very nearly giving up on writing altogether. Sara Zarr Show Notes This Creative Life, Sara’s podcast series Ring of Endless Light by Madeleine L'Engle Isl ...…
 
v28 #3 ATG Special Report — Industry Consolidation in the Information Services and Library Environment: Perspectives from Thought Leaders by David Parker On today’s episode, we will hear from three of the people most responsible for all the great content you have come to expect from the Against The Grain journal. They are Katina Strauch, Tom Gi ...…
 
Hi there, here's my first Bonus Track episode about working as a paperboy back in the 80s. The inspiration for this was an episode of Klickitcast, which is a podcast about Beverly Cleary books. In one of her early books, Henry Huggins has a paper route and it reminded me of my own paper route. One thing I had wrong was that the News Tribune mer ...…
 
One Saturday morning early in September Shelley Latham sat at the breakfast table with her mother and father. Her mother was reading the women’s page of the morning paper while her father read the editorial section. Host Phil GonzalesBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
The super-savvy, super-smart author Renée Watson (her most recent young adult novel, PIECING ME TOGETHER, is out now!) and founder of the I, Too Arts Collective, talks taking herself seriously as a writer from a young age, creative therapy for young people, and finding people who are about something. Renée Watson Show Notes An article about Mul ...…
 
One Friday afternoon Henry Huggins sat on the front steps of his white house on Klickitat Street, with his dog Ribsy at his feet. He was busy trying to pick the cover off an old golf ball to see what was inside. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoyBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Today I’m going to meet a boy, Jane Purdy told herself, as she walked up Blossom Street toward her babysitting job. Today I’m going to meet a boy. Guest host: Elana Gravitz, reader: Shannon Campe Host Phil GonzalesBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
This December, we want to talk about BOOK FAMILIES. Magic families, real familes, found families, and superhero teams: the good, the bad, and the weird. Books discussed: The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate by Jacqueline Kelly To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Sn ...…
 
This December, we want to talk about BOOK FAMILIES. Magic families, real familes, found families, and superhero teams: the good, the bad, and the weird. Books discussed: The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate by Jacqueline Kelly To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Sn ...…
 
Beatrice Quimby’s biggest problem was her little sister Ramona. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoyBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Intro Hi and Welcome to Books Between - a podcast to help teachers, parents, and librarians connect kids between 8-12 to books they’ll love. I’m your host, Corrina Allen - a 5th grade teacher, a mom of two girls, and super excited about my Hermione Granger Halloween costume this year! This is Episode #9 and today we’re talking about common clas ...…
 
One warm Saturday morning in August, Henry Huggins and his mother and father were eating breakfast in their square white house on Klickitat Street. Henry’s dog Ribsy sat close to Henry’s chair, hoping for a handout. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoyBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Guest: Alyssa Cole | Host: Kat Mayo | Audio producer: Rudi Bremer | Recorded: 15/4/2016 RT Convention Before Rudi, Gabby and I left for the Romantic Times Convention, we had a list of authors we wanted to interview for the podcast. Alyssa Cole was one of the names at the top of our list, not only because of her advocacy for diverse romance, but ...…
 
There was nothing Otis Spofford liked better than stirring up a little excitement. Otis was a medium-sized boy with reddish-brown hair, freckles, and ears that stuck out. He often wore a leather jacket with a rabbit’s foot tied to the zipper, and he always laced his shoes with the kind of laces that glow in the dark—pink for the right shoe and ...…
 
Join me and Jenny Han, New York Times best-selling author of the TO ALL THE BOYS I'VE LOVED BEFORE series and the SUMMER I TURNED PRETTY series, among other things, about reading in the bathtub, how food is political, intense first love, and mixing friendship and money by co-writing with your best friend. Jenny Han Show Notes DEAR MR HENSHAW by ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: RibsyAuthor: Beverly ClearyNarrator: Neil Patrick HarrisFormat: UnabridgedLength: 2 hrs and 52 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 07-18-16Publisher: HarperAudioRatings: 5 of 5 out of 15 votesGenres: Kids, Ages 8-10Publisher's Summary:Henry Huggins' dog, ...…
 
Henry Huggins stood by the front window of his square white house on Klickitat Street and wondered why Sunday afternoon seemed so much longer than any other part of the week. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoy Show Notes & Links Incidental music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-musicBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
Grab a beer with me and Lance Rubin, author of DENTON LITTLE’S DEATHDATE and its sequel, DENTON LITTLE’S STILL NOT DEAD (Feb. ’17!) while we talk improvising teen dramas, the importance of establishing reader expectations, and the ephemeral nature of art. Lance Rubin Show Notes HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOON by Frank Asch PEE WEE SCOUTS Judy Delton MY TEA ...…
 
Elisabeth and Merianna talk about fighting the imposter monster, reader’s theaters about germs, and exciting upcoming conference. They debate how to know if you are truly doing what you should be doing. If you’re scared of it, it’s probably what you should do. The Giving Tree Screen Time for Kids Food Safety Music – Microbes Medley – Animation ...…
 
Elisabeth and Merianna talk about fighting the imposter monster, reader’s theaters about germs, and exciting upcoming conference. They debate how to know if you are truly doing what you should be doing. If you’re scared of it, it’s probably what you should do. The Giving Tree Screen Time for Kids Food Safety Music – Microbes Medley – Animation ...…
 
Elisabeth and Merianna talk about fighting the imposter monster, reader’s theaters about germs, and exciting upcoming conference. They debate how to know if you are truly doing what you should be doing. If you’re scared of it, it’s probably what you should do. The Giving Tree Screen Time for Kids Food Safety Music – Microbes Medley – Animation ...…
 
Elisabeth and Merianna talk about fighting the imposter monster, reader’s theaters about germs, and exciting upcoming conference. They debate how to know if you are truly doing what you should be doing. If you’re scared of it, it’s probably what you should do. The Giving Tree Screen Time for Kids Food Safety Music – Microbes Medley – Animation ...…
 
Special guest Phil Theobald sits in this week to chat with Bill about the new live-action Ninja Turtles sequel, the newly-announced Lego Dimensions sets, Beverly Cleary, Inspector Gadget and Netflix’s new Voltron series. In The Geek Week News In Review: the impending closure of Harajuku’s nifty-looking 1920’s train station, the Whopperito, John ...…
 
In this podcast, Infopeople’s book maven Michael Cart celebrates recent anniversaries and other notable occasions in the world of books and publishing. Among the occasions mentioned: the 400th birthday of William Shakespeare, the 75th anniversary of the publication of Make Way for Ducklings, and the 100th birthday of author Beverly Cleary.…
 
We're still trying to figure out how it happened, but Scott and Kevin got into a (somewhat) in depth discussion this week about Judy Blume (and Beverly Cleary). This is followed by the obligatory round of We Don't Know Sh*t (Hey, we talked about Judy Blume Here) About Movies.
 
Happy belated Mother's Day from Dave, Mikey, and Pinky! Joined by Terrence Malick Apologist and Film Historian Dr Earl, the episode celebrates the movies of favorite "baby mamas". First up, a round of The Ryan Phillippe Game, naming films from the likes of Ethan Hawke, Sean Bean, Sam Jackson and so many more. The pressure is on and the time is ...…
 
Ellen Tebbits was in a hurry. As she ran down Tillamook Street with her ballet slippers tucked under her arm, she did not even stop to scuff through the autumn leaves on the sidewalk. Host Phil Gonzales and John McCoy Show Notes & Links incidental music http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-musicBy podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
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