Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present “Loud in the Library Ep. 012: The Power of Seeing Yourself in Stories” in which they speak with YA mystery author Lamar Giles about his research trip to Vegas for his latest book “Overturned”, his literary influences as a young man, and the thrill of meeting fellow Edgar Award nominee Stephen King.
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Teacher librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka introduce listeners to their summer reading list, which includes 60 books, ranging from elementary to adult titles. Whether you’re a fan of mysteries, historical fiction, or biographies, you should be able to find a book or two on this list that suits your reading tastes. Enjoy!
Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present Loud in the Library’s “Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely” in which they, along with KDL librarian Kip Odell, speak with ya authors Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely about their novel “All American Boys”. They discuss race and racism, white privilege, and police brutality, as well as their process of collaboration and whether they’re planning to write together again.
Teacher Librarian takes 1 1/2 minutes to discuss Brittany Cavallaro’s YA mystery “A Study in Charlotte.”
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.
Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present “Loud in the Library Ep. 007: When Man and Wolf Came Together” in which they speak with author W. Bruce Cameron about the film adaptation of “A Dog’s Purpose,” his life as a repo man in northern Michigan, and the relationship between dog and man.
Chris and Tracy discuss books that are currently on their radar, and they share the highlights of a conversation they had with KDL librarians Aaron Thomas and Brand Allen regarding the possible use of BISAC Subject Headings in FHPS school libraries.
Loud in the Library’s next episode will be released on January 15th and will feature an interview with comics author Gene Luen Yang.
Teacher Librarian Chris Patrick takes about a minute and a half to discuss the political thriller “The Fixer” by Jennifer Lynn Barnes.
Teacher librarian Chris Patrick book talks the YA book “Stick” by Michael Harmon.
FHPS Media’s 2016 Summer Reading List is now available. It’s not too soon to start building your summer TBR pile. Take a look! There are some good ones here! 🙂
Some other summer reading lists that might interest you.
Scholastic’s Summer Reading Book List – The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge is a free online reading program dedicated to encouraging kids to read every day this summer. Studies show that when kids don’t read over the summer, they lose core reading skills and fall behind when they go back to school. This year’s Summer Reading Challenge focuses on the helping kids achieve the “Summer Leap” — the learning or reading skills gained during the summer months that help students prepare to tackle the upcoming school year.
ALSC 2016 Summer Reading Lists – The lists are full of book titles to keep children engaged in reading throughout the summer. Four Summer Reading book lists are available for Birth-Preschool, K-2nd, 3rd– 5th and 6th-8th grade students.
This Summer’s 14 must reads by Wired magazine – THE CONCEPT OF the “beach read” is problematic—mainly because most states don’t have beaches, but also because it gives you an excuse to read garbage. Resist the temptation! The only thing breezy about your summer reading should be the cool wind on your sun-baked faces.
Brainy Beach Reads – Just because you’re checked out of the office doesn’t mean you’re checked out of great reading.
42 Amazing Beach Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down (from O Magazine) – It’s that time of year again! Don’t miss our annual guide to the season’s most gloriously engrossing reads.
Publisher’s Weekly’s Summer Reads 2016 – This summer’s crop of new books offers something for everyone. PW staff picks include Noah Hawley’s blockbuster thriller (Before the Fall), Russell Banks’s dispatches from all over the globe (Voyager), a 900-page manga-style biography (The Osamu Tezuka Story), and much more. After surveying our staff picks, be sure to take a look at our category picks for even more books to stash in your suitcase or beach bag.