Ep. 11 Bryant revisits Calvin and Hobbes
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
The Days are Just Packed by Bill Watterson, came out in 1993. For Bryant, he was collecting as many of these volumes containg the adventures of Calvin and Hobbes as he could. Visual mediums powerfully share big, sometimes uncomfortable, and often whimsical truths. Bryant was drawn to the iconic art and the way Hobbes, Calvin's stuffed tiger, takes on a personality of his own when only Calvin is around. In their adventures, Bryant found wonder and new frontiers through reading. Watterson's two protagonists have a lot to share with us: anoying teachers, big questions in all life stages, and of c ..read more
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Ep. 10 Rachel Winslow revisits Anne of the Island
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by Katherine Kwong
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Anne of Green Gables is headed off to higher education in the third book of the series Anne of the Island. Dr. Rachel Rains Winslow quickly identified with articulate ardent Anne, as well as L.M. Montgomery's powerful prose. In this conversation, Rachel and I talk about Anne's community, her famous, but cleverly written relationship with Gilbert Blythe, and how this third book inspired her own views on education, community, and maturation. Enjoyed the episode? Please leave a rating or review! Follow the show @thisbookthatbookpodcast on instagram ..read more
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Ep. 9 Liliana Maria Percy Ruiz revisits Matilda
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
Ever since meeting Matilda at school through her own "Miss Honey", Liliana Maria Percy Ruiz has kept in constant kinship with Matilda Wormwood, the little, but strong heroine created by Roald Dahl. Join us for a rich conversation in the pages of Matilda discussing themes of chosen family, the value of slowing down, and how books like Matilda are safe homecomings; able to meet us and receive us wherever we are in childhood or present adulthood. Follow the show @thisbookthatbookpodcast ..read more
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Ep. 8 Autumn Krause revisits Jane Eyre
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
Ever since it was read aloud to her, Autumn Krause has loved Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. It's a sweeping, sensory tale of a young woman finding home and herself. Join in as Autumn and I discuss the richness of the story, the courage it gives her as a writer, and what pursuing your dreams can look like! Follow Autumn on instagram @autmnsarahstory Find out more and purchase A Dress for the Wicked, Autumn's YA novel here! Follow the show @thisbookthatbookpodcast ..read more
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Bonus Episode, Interview with Co-Host of NYFGpod, Ariel Dyer
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
In Episode 7, guest Ariel Dyer and I talked a lot about her show "Not Your Final Girl" (NYFG), so here is our conversation in its own special episode! Hear more about Ariel's origin story with horror books and movies, what character I'd be in a horror movie and some episode she recommends! Ariel recommends: January 18, Shrinking 2020 w/ Dr. Haaken February 15, Gore, Glitz, & T**ts: House and Ghost Story w/ Mary-Madison Baldo For more scary stories you can read: The October Game - Ray Bradbury (Katherine's favorite) The Emissary - Ray Bradbury (Ariel's favorite) Find episodes of both Not Yo ..read more
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Ep. 7 Ariel Dyer revisits The Fellowship of the Ring
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
When she read 'The Fellowship of the Ring' by J.R.R. Tolkien in third grade, Ariel knew it was special. When her middle school years conceded with the release of the film trilogy, the fandom only grew. If you're a fan or have ever loved a book series, this is a conversation for you.! We go from early fandom (shoutout to cosplay) to Ariel's reflections on the book's themes now as she quests into working life amidst the occasional adventure outdoors. Also a podcaster herself, you can check out "Not Your Final Girl on instagram @nyfgpod and listen on anchor or wherever you get your podcasts! Catc ..read more
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Ep. 6 Melissa Lima revisits The House on Mango Street
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
Melissa Lima is a writer with a background in student life. Don't let that fool you though. 'The House on Mango Street' became a unique blueprint for Lima to understand her life, her story and eventually help others understand theirs. Our conversation has metaphors, a 'Little House on the Prairie' reference and a PSA for public libraries! Listen along and discover fresh insights on a book you may have read in middle school! As a bonus, here is the Spotify playlist which accompanies the episode. Follow Lima's work on instagram @melissaslima Follow the show @thisbookthatbookpodcat ..read more
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Ep.5 Lucy Bellwood revisits My Family and Other Animals
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
Portland-based Adventure Cartoonist Lucy Bellwood shares insight and anecdotes on how Gerald Durrell's book My Family and Other Animals planted the seeds of curiosity and wonder that she still carries with her today. Hear Lucy's thoughts on having a weird internet career, her early love of boats, and reflections on caring for the world! More about Lucy Bellwood: twitter @lubellwoo instagram @lubellwoo Patreon Mentions and References: 100 Demon Dialogues by Lucy Bellwood From Rim to River by Lucy Bellwood Deviced! Balancing Life and Technology in a Digital World by Doreen Dodgen-Macgee "Part I ..read more
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Ep. 4: Amanda Kogle revisits The Golden Compass
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
Design Historian Amanda Kogle shares childhood reflections on identifying with the heroine Lyra. Amanda also shares how the story helps her perspective on being an adult today. Drop us an email at thisbookthatbook.org Follow us on instagram @thisbookthatbookpodcast ..read more
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Ep 3: Chris Paek revisits The Boxcar Children
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by Katherine Kwong
1M ago
Researcher, creative side-hustler, and Top 5 Co-host, Chris Paek discusses summer reading memories and lessons learned (or left behind) from the sibling mystery series The Boxcar Children by Gertrude C. Warner Read more about As I Am, the creative blog from PAAC Catch episodes of Top 5 here ..read more
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