Tag Archive: Meg Medina

I Love Smart Books – A Conversation with Meg Medina

Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present “I Love Smart Books – A Conversation with Meg Medina” in which Chris speaks with author Meg Medina about soft censorship, researching Burn, Baby, Burn, and some of her favorite reads, including those of her friends Kwame Alexander, Lamar Giles, and Ellen Oh.

Express Checkout – Evil Genius Episode

Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka kick off Season 2 of Loud in the Library, their podcast about books and reading. They’ve changed up the format and will now be publishing 2 shorter podcasts each month. This episode shares a reading list for topsy-turvy times and highlights exciting new books soon to be released.

Ep. 008: Things Are Just So Complicated in the Superhero Universe

Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present “Loud in the Library Ep. 008: Things Are Just So Complicated in the Superhero Universe” in which they speak with comics author Gene Luen Yang about his role as national ambassador for young people’s literature, his new job writing for DC Comics, and his roots in the comic book industry.

Chris and Tracy also discuss the upcoming Newbery and Caldecott awards with SLJ blogger Betsy Bird.

Loud in the Library’s next episode will be released on February 15th and will feature an interview with author and former national ambassador for young people’s literature Jon Scieszka.