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The Book of Life is an interview-format podcast about Jewish kidlit, mostly, with occasional coverage of Jewish YA/adult books, music, film and web, established in December 2005. Host: Heidi Rabinowitz Sponsors: Feldman Children's Library at Congregation B'nai Israel of Boca Raton, Florida & the Association of Jewish Libraries
 
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On the StoryMakers podcast, multi-award-winning author and illustrator duo, Lesa Cline-Ransome and James Ransome offer us a window into a child’s experience of the Great Migration in OVERGROUND RAILROAD, and then introduce us to the characters and history behind the second book in the FINDING LANGSTON TRILOGY, LEAVING LYMON. About OVERGROUND RAILRO…
 
Charyut! Attention! Aram Kim is back on StoryMakers for a chat about her new book LET’S GO TO TAEKWONDO! In this Kidlit RADIO podcast, join Aram as she catches us up on what her character Yoomi from NO KIMCHI FOR ME has been getting up to, learn about the rituals of the martial art Taekwondo and how to count to ten in Korean! ABOUT the Book WATCH A…
 
We’re heading to the barbershop in “Booklyn” with Hyewon Yum on this podcast of StoryMakers! Join the author of LION NEEDS A HAIRCUT for a chat about why haircuts can be a bit scary when you are little and then get your styling groove on with Rocco and Hyewon’s super fun haircut printable. What kind of haircut should little lion and Dad get? Downlo…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to children's book author with a degree in oceanography, Leslie Bulion about SCUBA, "Golly-Gee Science," & The Hazards of Poetry Research. Books recommended on this episode: Hear the Wind Blow Doe Boyle (Author) Emily Paik (Illustrator) How to Build an Insect Roberta Gibso…
 
On this kid lit podcast episode of Read Out Loud, T.E. McMorrow reads aloud THE NUTCRACKER IN HARLEM. ABOUT THE BOOK Written by T.E. McMorrow and illustrated by James Ransome. This jazz-inspired reinvention of The Nutcracker is a worthy tribute to the dreamlike wonder and magic of the Christmas season. In this original retelling, set in New York Ci…
 
Away in a manger — was a whole lot of noise! As Joseph and Mary try to get the baby Jesus to sleep, they discover stables aren’t the quietest places! As you try to get your own little ones to sleep this holiday season, listen together to Laura Sassi reading GOODNIGHT MANGER on this kidlit podcast episode of Read Out Loud. ABOUT THE BOOK Goodnight, …
 
Quick! KidLit Radio listeners, one of Santa’s reindeer has gone missing. If Santa and the other seven reindeer can’t find Prancer, there may never be another Christmas! Find out where Prancer has gone on this holiday podcast episode of Read Out Loud as Rocco reads the picture book classic, WHERE’S PRANCER by Syd Hoff. Watch Rocco read WHERE’S PRANC…
 
SHOW NOTES: https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/12/holiday-heroes.html For this episode I've paired Red and Green and Blue and White by Lee Wind with The Christmas Mitzvah by Jeff Gottesfeld. These two 2021 holiday picture books are both based on true stories of allyship and they have a lovely synergy. Your feedback is welcome! Please write to bo…
 
Ever wonder who came up with the idea for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons? KidLit Radio is back with a special Thanksgiving podcast edition of Read Out Loud. Join Rocco as he reads Melissa Sweet’s BALLOONS OVER BROADWAY. ABOUT THE BOOK Balloons Over Broadway By Melissa Sweet Everyone’s a New Yorker on Thanksgiving Day when young and old…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to software engineer and children's book author Songju Ma Daemicke about STEM Across Cultures. Books recommended on this episode: Whole Whale Karen Yin (Author) Nelleke Verhoeff (Illustrator) Queen of Physics: How Wu Chien Shiung Helped Unlock the Secrets of the Atom Teres…
 
Sunday dinner is on the table. Whatever you do — DON’T LET ANTIE MABEL BLESS THE TABLE! Find out why on this podcast episode of Ready Set Draw as Vanessa Brantley-Newton reads her tale of family, thanksgiving, and patience. Watch Vanessa’s Episode of Read Out Loud ABOUT THE BOOK Auntie Mabel and her family and friends have gathered for their big Su…
 
Osiyo! That means hello in Cherokee! Join Rocco and author Traci Sorell on KidLit RADIO for a chat about her book about the four seasons, WE ARE GRATEFUL, OTSALIHELIGA, which was inspired by the people and culture of the Cherokee Nation today! Learn along with Rocco as Traci shares some words from the Cherokee language! Watch Taci Sorell on STORYMA…
 
Sometimes when we are really excited about something that is going to happen, we picture it in our minds beforehand — what a birthday party will be like, what might be under the Christmas tree, or even how a visit with our favourite people might go. Sometimes what ends up happening isn’t quite how we imagined it! In this podcast episode of Read Out…
 
NO KIMCHI FOR ME! tells the story of Yoomi, who can not stand the strong smell and spicy flavour of kimchi, the condiment served with Korean meals. Can she learn to eat kimchi like the big kids? Her grandma has a plan. Join author Aram Kim as she reads NO KIMCHI FOR ME! on this podcast episode of Read Out Loud. We recorded this episode of Read Out …
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to oceanographic researcher and children's book author Padma Venkatraman about Oceanography & Compassion. Books Recommended on this Episode: Usha and the Big Digger Amitha Jagannath Knight (Author) Sandhya Prabhat (Illustrator) Why Do We See Rainbows? by Melissa Stewart Al…
 
SHOW NOTES: https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/11/whistle-new-gotham-city-hero.html E. Lockhart joins us to talk about her graphic novel Whistle: A New Gotham City Hero, featuring a Jewish teen superhero with enhanced canine superpowers and a Great Dane sidekick named Lebowitz. This episode is sponsored by Every Child a Reader in association wit…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to transportation analyst (with a degree in civil engineering) and children's book author Hannah Holt about Connections (Roundabouts, Writing, and Underwear). Books recommended on this episode: Mae Among the Stars Roda Ahmed (Author) Stasia Burrington (Illustrator) The Oce…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to agronomist and Newbery Honor-winning author Margarita Engle about Plants, Poetry, and Persistence. Books recommended on this episode: Sniffer Dogs: How Dogs (and Their Noses) Save the World Nancy Castaldo (Author) The Boy Who Dreamed of Infinity: A Tale of the Genius Ra…
 
SHOW NOTES: https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/09/the-way-back.html The Way Back is a strange and wonderful, life-affirming story about death, an adventure in which Bluma and Yehuda Lieb set out from the shtetl on a quest into the Far Country peopled by demons. It won the National Jewish Book Award in the young adult category and was named a Syd…
 
Visit https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/09/little-free-libraries.html for full show notes. Or look for episode "Little Free Libraries" posted September 1, 2021 at BookofLifePodcast.com. Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchange…
 
One flag. Thousands of hands. 30,000 STITCHES. Join Amanda Davis, author of 30,000 STITCHES, THE INSPIRING STORY OF THE 911 FLAG, for a new StoryMakers Podcast and learn the inspiring story of the National 9/11 Flag. Work along with Rocco & Amanda to create your own helping hand — a reminder that it feels great to work together & help others! Amand…
 
Visit https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/08/zoe-rosenthal-is-not-lawful-good.html for full show notes. Or see episode "Zoe Rosenthal Is Not Lawful Good" posted August 9, 2021 at BookofLifePodcast.com. Zoe Rosenthal Is Not Lawful Good by Nancy Werlin is a coming of age story with a Jewish protagonist, about the power of fandom, friendship, and fi…
 
Ping and Pang are very different creatures. The way they look and act couldn’t be further apart. Is it possible, though, that they might have way more in common than they think? Find out on this podcast episode of Read Out Loud as author/illustrator Mary Jane Begin shares her new picture book, PING MEETS PANG, a story of otherness, differences, and…
 
It may be sunny where you are, but at KidLit TV HQ IT’S RAINING TACOS!! LISTEN to this podcast of the NEW KidLit MTV show featuring Emmy-winning, song-writing superstar Parry Gripp! ? Learn about the NEW book based on his smash hit song ? IT’S RAINING TACOS! About the Book Wildly fun and full of laugh-out-loud antics, this interactive sing-along is…
 
In this PODCAST episode of Read Out Loud, author David Sable reads WHAT WOULD YOU WISH FOR? a story that inspires us to make the world a more hopeful and peaceful place. ABOUT THE BOOK What Would You Wish For? guides readers young and old through an imaginative, inspirational journey to think about how they can change the world for good. The heartf…
 
In this KidLit Radio podcast, Mac Barnett reads Paola, Emperor of Rome! Buon giorno! Longing, freedom, adventure, pizza — have we got a story for you! While taking a trip abroad may not be possible because of Covid this summer, on this episode of Read Out Loud, author Mac Barnett takes us on a whirlwind tour of the Eternal City in PAOLO: EMPEROR OF…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with computer engineer and children's book author Darshana Khiani about everything from semiconductors to saris . Find out more about Darshana on her website. Books recommended on this episode: The Truth about Bears: Seriously Funny Facts about Your Favorite Animals Maxwell Eaton (Author) T…
 
Visit https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/07/family-stories-podcast-live-show.html for full show notes. Or look for episode "Family Stories: A Podcast Live Show" posted July 5, 2021 at BookofLifePodcast.com. Esther Safran Foer and Sadie Foer joined me in May 2021 for a podcast Live Show sponsored by The Jewish Grandparents Network in celebration …
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with science educator and children's book author/illustrator Sarah Lynne Reul about Food, Dollhouses, and Drawing Animals. Find out more about Sarah on her website. Books recommended on this episode: Friendbots: Blink and Block Make a Wish Vicky Fang (Author) Our House Is on Fire: Greta Thu…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with mechanical engineer and children's book author Stacy McAnulty about how she went From Engineering Airline Seats to Engineering Books. Find out more about Stacy on her website. Books recommended on this episode: In the Shadow of the Moon: America, Russia, and the Hidden History of the S…
 
Visit https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/06/the-new-queer-conscience.html for full show notes. June is Pride Month, so I'm pleased to bring you The New Queer Conscience, a 2021 Sydney Taylor Notable Book in the Young Adult category. It's a manifesto by young activist Adam Eli, that holds up k'lal yisrael, or Jewish solidarity, as a model for the…
 
On this KidLit RADIO podcast, Rocco chats with illustrator Yehudi Mercado, creator of the middle-grade graphic novel, FUN FUN FUN WORLD, a story about a ragtag group of aliens who conquer the earth — or do they? Watch Yehudi on StoryMakers! Click Here to Learn How to Draw Captain Minky! Are you ready for some FUN, FUN, FUN? We are! Join illustrator…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with veterinarian and children's book author Sara Levine about Kid Books and Kids (Goats). Find out more about Sara on her website. Books recommended on this episode: On Beyond a Million: An Amazing Math Journey David M. Schwartz (Author) Paul Meisel (Illustrator) Counting Birds: The Idea T…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as they talk to children's book author and neurophysiologist Theanne Griffith! To find out more about Theanne and her books you can visit her website: https://www.theannegriffith.com/. Books recommended on this episode: Ada Twist, Scientist Andrea Beaty (Author) David Roberts (Illustrator) Baby Loves …
 
Visit https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/05/not-your-all-american-girl.html for full show notes. Or look for "Not Your All-American Girl" posted May 9, 2021 at BookofLifePodcast.com. May is Jewish American Heritage Month and Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. We celebrate both on The Book of Life by talking to Madelyn Rosenberg and Wendy Wan…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as they talk to children's book author and science communicator, Kirsten Larson, about NASA, Invention, and Embracing Opportunities. To find out more about Kirsten and her books, visit her website! Books recommended on this episode: Your Place in the Universe Jason Chin (Author) When the Whales Walked…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with wildlife population geneticist and children's book author L.E. Carmichael about wolves, forensics, and writing like a scientist. To find out more about L.E. Carmichael and her books, visit her website! Books recommended on this episode: Out of the Ice: How Climate Change Is Revealing…
 
Visit https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2021/04/through-window-brave-with-beauty.html for full show notes. Or look for "Through the Window: Brave with Beauty" posted April 18, 2021 at BookofLifePodcast.com. Ambika Sambasivan is the publisher at Yali Books, which opens a window to South Asia –India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka…
 
Tune in to hear Nicole and Nusrah talk about excellent children’s literature in verse, alongside a conversation with the wonderful Charles Waters, the co-author of Can I Touch Your Hair?: Poems of Race, Mistakes, and Friendship. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! This post contains affi…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while they talk with web designer and middle grade author Gail Villanueva. For more information about Gail and her books, visit her website Books recommended on this episode: A Garden in Your Belly: Meet the Microbes in Your Gut (Masha D'Yans) What Miss Mitchell Saw (Hayley Barrett (Author) Diana Sudy…
 
Tune in to hear Nicole and Nusrah talk about Asian American femme authors, in conversation with the wonderful Kelly Yang, author of Front Desk and Parachutes. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! Books Mentioned Any Day With You by Mae Respicio Insurrecto by Gina Apostol – adult recommend…
 
On this KidLit Podcast, listen to this “how-to” joke book that not only tells you lots of very funny jokes, it shows you how to make up jokes of your own! Now you can be the life of every party! Watch Marvin’s LAUGH IT UP! ABOUT the Book Why did the farmer spray his chickens with perfume? Because he couldn’t stand the FOWL smell! What do you get if…
 
On this KidLit RADIO podcast, Rocco & award-winning author/illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh chat about Duncan’s unique illustration style which is inspired by Pre-Columbian art and about how his stories honor the past, but are relevant to children now, like his new book SOLDIER FOR EQUALITY: JOSÉ DE LA LUZ SÁENZ AND THE GREAT WAR. Watch Duncan on StoryM…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as we talk to neuroscientist and children's book author Laura Gehl. To find out more about Laura and her books check out her website Books recommended on this episode: Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years (McAnulty/ Litchfield) The Last Marshmallow (Lin) Girl Versus Squirrel (Barrett/ Adriani) Find out …
 
KidLit RADIO and iNK Think Tank’s NONFICTION MINUTE! Nonfiction Minute Podcasts: CLIMATE CHANGE: Here’s Some Evidence Climate change is in the air, the sea, and the minds of scientists. What is it really about? How urgent is the problem? Can it be stabilized? Read more and find out! Climate Change: The Facts and the Consequences by Dorothy Hinshaw …
 
“More pink, more beads, more shine!” Mary is a little bit extra in all the right ways, but as every fashionista must learn, sometimes less is more. Join Vanessa Brantley Newton on this podcast episode of Read Out Loud as she reads, MARY HAD A LITTLE GLAM. ABOUT THE BOOK This little Mary has STYLE! In this fun take on Mother Goose, fashion-forward M…
 
Before the invention of Crayola crayons, most children could only draw in black or white! In this episode of Read Out Loud on KidLit RADIO, author Natascha Biebow reads the colorful, true story of inventor Edwin Binney, THE CRAYON MAN! Watch Natascha’s READ OUT LOUD! THE CRAYON MAN, winner of the Bank Street Irma Black Award for Excellence in Child…
 
In this episode of KidLit RADIO, listen to Robin Newman read NO PEACOCKS! If sunflower seeds were all you were allowed to eat for breakfast, lunch, AND dinner, you might get fed up too! On this episode of Read Out Loud join author Robin Newman as she tells the story of Phil, Jim, and Harry — three peacocks on a mission for mac ‘n cheese — in NO PEA…
 
On this podcast episode of Read Out Loud, author Elaine Kiely Kearns reads from her debut book, NOAH NOASAURUS! Watch Elaine’s READ OUT LOUD! About the Book Noah Noasaurus woke up feeling very No. No to brushing his teeth. No to eating breakfast. And definitely No to playing with his little brother. Things only get worse when Noah goes for a walk a…
 
Breathe calm into your family’s life. Learn about meditation and yogic breathing with Dr. Frank Sileo, child psychologist and author of BEE CALM: THE BUZZ ON YOGA, on this episode of KidLit RADIO! Watch Dr. Frank on STORYMAKERS! ABOUT the Book by Dr. Frank Sileo, illustrated by Clair Keay In this companion book to Bee Still: An Invitation to Medita…
 
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