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Reviews and author interviews on books featuring women in aviation. Looking for inspiring stories about powerful and adventurous women? Check out the Aviatrix Book Review website www.aviatrixbookreview.com to find hundreds of books featuring women in aviation and space, about all types of flying, in all genres, for all ages.
 
"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thechildrensbookreview/support
 
“Teaching my cat to read” is a podcast about books, and all bookish related topics. During the lockdowns of 2020, we wanted to read more books, and discuss them with each other at our own virtual book club. Every time we had a call, we would be joined by our cat, as if she wanted to learn to read! This interruption would always result in hilarious bookish conversations, so we decided to document our chats with a podcast! Join us, as we navigate both classic and modern literature, discussing ...
 
Join long time fan and voracious reader Keith as he roams through the world of professional wrestling books. The show features short, simple and 98% spoiler free looks at new and classic books about the world of pro-wrestling. Thanks for listening. Follow on Twitter @wrestlebookrevu or visit the blog at wrestlebookreview.blogspot.com. Ratings and subs are much appreciated.
 
The Drunken Book Review Podcast is an irreverent review of literature by Justin Hall and Caleb Michael Sarvis. First and foremost, this podcast is a candid, though drunken, discussion of modern (and mostly popular) literature. We are offensive, unfiltered, and while we try our best to stay focused, we will get distracted, yell over one another, and perhaps disappear at times to settle disagreements with hand-to-hand combat. It’s the Hemingway in us.
 
WE ARE BACK AFTER NEW FUNDING WITH SEASON 3 FACT:-PB living is the only GLOBAL & DAILY book review podcast. TRUTH:-Everyday a new book is read for you. A review is made and you listen to it and gain the information from it, like you read the book yourself. A little bit off talk is in the mix to provide context . Regards Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/support
 
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In this episode, I talk with the highly sought-after speaker and children's book author Trudy Ludwig! We discuss her new book, Brave Every Day, and how reading books can promote empathy and kindness. Trudy Ludwig is a nationally acclaimed speaker and an award-winning author who specializes in writing children's books that help kids cope with and th…
 
Ever wonder what happens in a monthly Aviatrix Book Club Discussion? Join the Los Angeles Ninety-Nines as they host our regular book club members and special guests Elizabeth Wein and Amy Goodpaster Strebe, both of whom have researched and written about the Russian women who flew in combat during WWII. Elizabeth's A THOUSAND SISTERS was paired with…
 
Join us for a discussion of Madeline Miller’s 2012 novel, The Song Of Achilles, which is a modern retelling of the life of Achilles and Patroclus from childhood to death. We talk about the original text of the Iliad (a lot!), the masterful work of art that is the 2004 movie Troy, and which bits of this book made us cry like babies. Content Warnings…
 
Short episode about a short novel: Luke and Juliane review Elder Race by Adrian Tchaikovsky. Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off my face!” and “The M…
 
Ed Yong’s new book, “An Immense World,” urges readers to break outside their “sensory bubble” to consider the unique ways that dogs, dolphins, mice and other animals experience their surroundings. “I’ve often said that my beat is everything that is or was once alive, which covers billions of species, across basically the entirety of the planet’s hi…
 
Sarah speaks with Timothy Miller about the second book in his Sherlock Holmes historical mystery series, The Strange Case of the Dutch Painter: Paris, 1890. When Sherlock Holmes finds himself chasing an art dealer through the streets of Paris, he’s certain he’s smoked out one of the principals of a cunning forgery ring responsible for the theft of …
 
Bankogkoknoi Book Review EP110 เดินสมาธิ (Walk) โดย โชลโด้ แรดฟอร์ด แปลโดย ญาณพล มุสิเกตุ สำนักพิมพ์ Amarin Dhamma ติดตามเราได้ที่ Facebook: http://facebook.com/bangkoknoibookreview ฟังผ่าน Podbean https://bknbookreview.podbean.com Apple Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/th/podcast/bangkoknoi-book-review/id1097434420?mt=2 ฟังบน Spotify https://open.…
 
In this interview with best-selling author Kate Quinn, we talk about her historical fiction thriller, The Huntress, which is the June 2022 Aviatrix Book Club discussion book alongside the young adult non-fiction A Thousand Sisters: The Heroic Women of the Soviet Union in World War II by another best-selling author, Elizabeth Wein. The Huntress is t…
 
This episode is brought to you by our guest, award-winning writer and filmmaker Chris Wieland. He's here to talk about his first book in the Kat Dylan Mysteries, The Crabtree Monsters. Chris is the father of two fierce children, including a tough, smart tween who helped him find the voice of his protagonist, Kat Dylan. He lives in Southern Californ…
 
Luke waited 11 years to read and review the second Marid Audran novel, A Fire in the Sun by George Alec Effinger. Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off…
 
Elisabeth Egan, an editor at the Book Review, curates our Group Text column — a monthly choice of a book that she feels is particularly well suited to book clubs and their discussions. On this week’s podcast, she talks about her latest pick: “Jackie & Me,” by Louis Bayard, which imagines the friendship between Jacqueline Bouvier and Lem Billings, a…
 
Sarah speaks with Gregory Erich Phillips about his novel, A Season in Lights: "In the colorful artistic underworld off-Broadway, Cammie, a dancer in her mid-thirties, has just landed her first part in a show since coming to New York City. Yet the tug of familial obligation and the guilt of what she sacrificed to be there weigh down her dancing feet…
 
In this episode, I talk with your favorite author and illustrator, Bob Shea. We talk about many things, including the importance of reading for fun and his latest funny picture book, I Am a Baby. Bob Shea is the author, illustrator, or author-illustrator of many well-loved picture books and chapter books, including the Ballet Cat and Dinosaur vs. s…
 
This week, friends of the podcast, Liv and AJ, join Lotti to discuss all things Cosmere! In this episode we discuss the following books and series: The Final Empire, Stormlight Archive (all four books), Warbreaker, Mistborn era 2, Secret History, Sixth of Dusk, Elantris, Mistborn Era 1… This is not a spoiler free episode. Please check timestamps be…
 
In this interview with United Airlines First Officer, dog mom, and animal rescue volunteer, Erin Mariah Murphy, she shares her aviation journey from teenager scrimping and saving her babysitting money for flight lessons all the way to international adventures as an airline pilot. She also talks about how volunteering at a local animal shelter led t…
 
In this Writers’ Room interview with pilot and author, Erin Mariah Murphy, she talks about the decision to work with a hybrid publisher for her picture book HALFWAY HOME, the author-artist relationship, the experience of distributing her books to fulfill direct orders, and her advice to other writers on developing their craft and publishing.…
 
Few fictional characters in recent decades have been as intensely discussed as Tracy Flick. The ambitious teenage protagonist of Tom Perrotta’s novel “Election” (1998) and the ensuing film adaptation, starring Reese Witherspoon, has been reconsidered in recent years as misunderstood and unfairly maligned. On this week’s podcast, Perrotta talks abou…
 
Sarah speaks with Rick Lenz about his novel, Hello, Rest of My Life: "It didn't matter that he was young again. Without Samantha his life was meaningless. But it really felt good to be twenty-seven again with all of his juices flowing. And there was a sexy woman who wanted him. And the promise of a successful acting career. He'd blown that chance w…
 
In this episode, Bianca talks to the awesome duo Julio Torres and Julian Glander, creators of the picture book I Want to Be a Vase. With its themes of confidence and embracing one's true identity, this book makes for a dynamic and important conversation starter. Julio Torres is a comedian, the creator of the HBO special My Favorite Shapes, and has …
 
Karen Jennings’s novel “An Island,” which was on the longlist for the Booker Prize in 2021, is set on a fictional unnamed island off the coast of Africa, where a man named Samuel has worked as a lighthouse keeper for more than 20 years. When a refugee washes up on shore one day, barely alive, Samuel navigates life around this stranger and flashes b…
 
Sarah speaks with Mazey Eddings about her romantic comedy A Brush With Love: "Harper is anxiously awaiting placement into a top oral surgery residency program when she crashes (literally) into Dan. Harper would rather endure a Novocaine-free root canal than face any distractions, even one this adorable. A first-year dental student with a family leg…
 
In this Aviatrix Writers' Room interview, I am joined by Dr. Cecilia Aragon, an award-winning author, airshow pilot, TED speaker, and the first Latina to earn the rank of Full Professor in the College of Engineering at the University of Washington in its 100-year history. She’s worked with Nobel Prize winners and has taught astronauts to fly. Her i…
 
In this Aviatrix Book Club interview for May 2022, I am joined by Dr. Cecilia Aragon, an award-winning author, airshow pilot, TED speaker, and the first Latina to earn the rank of Full Professor in the College of Engineering at the University of Washington in its 100-year history. She’s worked with Nobel Prize winners and has taught astronauts to f…
 
Sarah speaks with Robert Skead about the third book in his middle grade, historical fiction American Revolutionary War Adventures series, Links to Liberty: Defending the Great Chain at West Point: "In this third book in the American Revolutionary War Adventures series, John and Ambrose Clark are hot on the trail of the spy who gave away the secret …
 
This week, we’re talking about A Study In Scarlet, the first full-length Sherlock Holmes novel by Arthur Conan Doyle. Join us for a discussion of frontier Mormonism, flatmate compatibility, and - of course - yelling about how badly Moffat and Gatiss botched it on the BBC. Give us a listen to find out what the cat thinks about it all. Content Warnin…
 
With current-day labor movements at Amazon, Starbucks and other big employers in the news, Nell McShane Wulfhart is on the podcast this week to discuss her new book about a vivid moment in labor history, “The Great Stewardess Rebellion: How Women Launched a Workplace Revolution at 30,000 Feet.” That revolution was launched in the face of working co…
 
Sarah speaks with Linda Feyder about her short story collection, All's Fair and Other California Stories: "In present-day Southern California, a diverse group of characters seeks the fulfillment and connection this sunny state has always promised. They come with hopes for a better lifestyle, for a change of perspective, or for the dry, mild West Co…
 
Brian Morton, an accomplished novelist, has turned to nonfiction for the first time in his new book, “Tasha: A Son’s Memoir.” On this week’s podcast, he discusses his mother’s life, the difficulties in taking care of her toward the end of her life and what led him to write a memoir. “I started writing a few pages about her, and I relished the freed…
 
Juliane talks about a novella that feels like a warm hug, A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers. Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off my face!”…
 
Sarah speaks with Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason about her memoir, House of Music: Raising the Kanneh-Masons: "Seven brothers and sisters. All of them classically trained musicians. One was Young Musician of the Year and performed for the royal family. The eldest has released her first album, showcasing the works of Clara Schumann. These siblings don’t come …
 
Luke tells Juliane the order she should read the three parts of More Than Human by Theodore Sturgeon to best enjoy it. Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that ra…
 
This week, we’re talking about Abhorsen by Garth Nix. Join us for a discussion of character growth, using metaphorical molotov cocktails to exchange one problem for another, and - of course - what the cat would think of it all. NB: This is the third in The Old Kingdom Series, after Sabriel and Lirael. We’ve read both of these books before! See seri…
 
Bankogkoknoi Book Review EP 109 เศษหนึ่งส่วนเศร้า โดย Marry D. Minor สำนักพิมพ์ P.S. ติดตามเราได้ที่ Facebook: http://facebook.com/bangkoknoibookreview ฟังผ่าน Podbean https://bknbookreview.podbean.com Apple Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/th/podcast/bangkoknoi-book-review/id1097434420?mt=2 ฟังบน Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7cUJ3aZFS5PhS…
 
The filmmaker, artist, author and general cultural icon John Waters visits the podcast this week to talk about his first novel, “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance.” The book features three generations of women in the Sprinkle family, and their very complicated (and antagonistic) relationships with one another. The first of them we meet is Marsha, an un…
 
Sarah speaks with Robert Steven Goldstein about his novel, Cat's Whisker: "Cat's Whisker is the story of Samuel Baron, an engineer, inventor, and successful entrepreneur. Trained as a scientist, Baron nonetheless nurtures a lifelong fascination with mysticism and spirituality, investigating themes as varied and interesting as meditation, jiu-jitsu,…
 
Hernan Diaz’s second novel, “Trust,” is four books in one. Our reviewer, Michael Gorra, calls it “intricate, cunning and consistently surprising.” It starts with a novel inside the novel, about a man named Benjamin Rask, who builds and maintains a fortune in New York City as the 19th century gives way to the 20th. Diaz describes writing the uniquel…
 
Luke talks to Juliane about the new novel Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji. Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off my face!” and “The Monster Story Conferen…
 
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