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Representation matters, especially in children’s literature and stories that represent Native American people. In this episode, we focus on Heartdrum, an imprint about stories by Native American creators who publish stories with an emphasis on the present and future of Indian Country, and on the strength of young Native American heroes. Author-cura…
 
Gayle and Nicole have scoured the summer book previews from across the web and found the books that look most exciting. Start making your summer TBR now! They also declare a winner of the 2021 Readerly Report March Madness Tournament. Books mentioned; Other People’s Children by R. J. Hoffmann Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone Sing, Unburied, Sing by J…
 
Gayle and Nicole discuss all the paperbacks that have come out over the last four months and talk about.. .not beach reads, but books actually set in summer. What We're Reading Confessions On The 7:45 by Lisa Unger Her Dark Lies by J. T. Ellison The Return by Rachel Harrison Too Good To Be True by Carola Lovering Who Gets In And Why by Jeffrey Seli…
 
In this episode, Gayle and Nicole talk about memorable books they’ve read with plots that center around infidelity. We also do Round 2 of March Madness, bringing the Sweet Sixteen down to the Elite Eight. Books discussed: Luster by Raven Leilani Between Two Kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad 28 Summers by Elin Hildebrand The Margot Affair by Sanae Lemoine …
 
The treasured I Can Read! collection began with the beloved Little Bear in 1957 and is still going strong today! On the show, we discuss the series’ origins, its stories, and what’s ahead for the books. You’ll hear from Tamar Mays, an editor at HarperCollins, as well as from authors Corey Tabor (Fox the Tiger) and Kelly Starling-Lyons (Ty’s Travels…
 
Gayle and Nicole kick off Round 1 of the 2021 March Madness tournament, where we narrow down the best book that we’ve both read in the last two years. (We had some input from our Facebook fans as well.) Tune in to find out which books will move on to the next round! Books mentioned: Between Two Kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad The Lost Apothecary by Sara…
 
Has spring ever felt as welcome – and needed – as it does this year? In addition to warmer temps, longer days and the hope of ample vaccines, there are also a lot of promising books coming out this spring. Here are some of the ones that caught our eye. Links mentioned: The Time Traveler’s Wife article in LitHub Books discussed: The Push by Ashley A…
 
After an incredibly difficult year, we reflect on the number of ways classic children's books can help kids and adults get through tough times.Featured in this episode:-The Secret Garden (Katherine Paterson)-One Crazy Summer (Janae Marks, Lisa Moore Romae, Paula Chase)-The One and Only Ivan (Roseanne Parry)Do you have a story about how a classic bo…
 
This week, in keeping with the Valentine’s Day theme, Gayle and Nicole share their favorite love stories. They cover: Books they’ve been reading Literary News - List of literary works of fiction that are now in the public domain Favorite couple/love stories Book club: His Only Wife by Peace Adzo Medie Books discussed in this podcast: The Girls From…
 
Narrative fiction can be very powerful in instilling empathy and helping readers understand other people's lives. In this episode, we share a list of narrative fiction/memoirs that can serve to make the Black experience more accessible to any reader and bring about perspective and understanding. The Boys Club by Erica Katz The Last Story of Mina Le…
 
We hope that your 2021 is off to a good start. We are back from our hiatus and kicking off 2021 for The Readerly Report. In this episode, we talk about our 2021 reading resolutions, our plans for the show this year, and, of course, what we’ve been reading. We are also doing a fantastic giveaway with Libro.fm – 3 months of free audiobooks! To enter …
 
Not far from what is now called Sydney, on 7 May 1770, Captain James Cook sailed along Australia’s Eastern seaboard and described in his journal "some pretty high land which projected out in three bluff points.” One of the three “bluff points” was called Tudibaring in the local Aboriginal tongue, purported to mean 'place where the waves pound like …
 
As you travel from Australia’s Eastern seaboard, the temperate forests and lush undergrowth slowly shifts to rolling grassland and eventually to a hard scrabble semi-arid region that marks the beginning of Australia’s great deserts. The biggest town in the area, Broken Hill, sits within a small range of mountains--hills really--that the English set…
 
It's our last show of the year! We're talking superlatives from 2020 - the books we couldn't put down, the ones that disappointed us, the weirdest ones, our overall favorites... and more. For a complete list of the books discussed in the episode (including links to all of Gayle's reviews) please read our show notes. Happy reading! Happy New Year!…
 
We hope you've read all the 2020 books... because it's time to make room for 2021. In this episode, Gayle and Nicole preview the 2021 books that have gotten their attention. For a full list of books discussed in this episode (including links to Gayle's book reviews) please visit our post Winter 2021 Book Preview at The Readerly Report.…
 
It looks like we’re all going to be spending a lot of time indoors over the next few months, so we thought it was a good time to round up some recent book-to-movie or -TV adaptations that you can stream at home. Plus, we included some classic adaptations that you might have missed the first time around. Happy reading watching! For a full list of bo…
 
This week, Gayle and Nicole share their favorite books about female friendships. We mention books that explore various themes, including: dealing with the death of a best friend, competitive female friendships, the impact of toxic childhood friendships, and even a book about a girl’s friendship with a slave she was gifted on her 11th birthday. Link…
 
First published in 1945, "The Carrot Seed" is a beloved story about growing a carrot... but more than that, it’s about how far patience and perseverance can get you. In this episode, we're digging into the timeless classic, written by Ruth Krauss and illustrated by Crockett Johnson, and chatting about the book's simple, direct, yet evocative style …
 
Hailed by the New York Times as "witty and original," One Crazy Summer is a moving & funny story about three sisters looking for their mother in 1960s California. It's also a book that brings up issues that almost mirror current events today, tackling problems kids see around themselves. On this episode, we'll talk to acclaimed author Rita Williams…
 
We talk to Katie Bassel, Senior Publicity Manager at St. Martin's Press, about how marketing books has changed in the last few months. We cover book tours, galleys, reader preferences, #BlackLivesMatter and what's selling these days. The Hot Zone: The Terrifying True Story Of The Origins Of the Ebola Virus by Richard Preston Jurassic Park by Michae…
 
Did you know The One and Only Ivan was based on a real-life gorilla? Ivan lived in a mall in Tacoma, Washington for many years before being transferred to Zoo Atlanta. On this episode, we'll talk to author, Katherine Applegate, on why the circumstances inspired her to write the Newberry Medal winning book that's a soon to be major motion picture. T…
 
There's no place like home in this cozy, quirky children's book series about a frog, a toad, and their special friendship, written and illustrated by Arnold Lobel. On the show, we catch up with Adrianne Lobel, Arnold's daughter, to learn more about her father and the inspiration behind this classic story. We'll also talk to his longtime editor, Sus…
 
We may be former kids, but sometimes, it takes a little imagination to remind us what it was like to be a child. Find yourself a secret place as we discuss the unique power of imagination and The Secret Garden. On the show, we'll talk to Katherine Paterson about how The Secret Garden actually inspired her to write Bridge to Terabithia. We'll also t…
 
Whether she's actually "drawing" curtains with marker or literally "dressing" a chicken in clothes, Amelia Bedelia is silly and yet... so very practical. She's a maid who's not so great at, well, being a maid, and we love her for it. On this episode, we talk to Meg Cabot, author of The Princess Diaries, who says the humor in Amelia Bedelia is speci…
 
On the remote eastern shores of Maui lies one of the worlds natural wonders: the Pools of ‘O’heo Gulch. Access to the wild shoreline where these pools empty into the Pacific Ocean is only by a multi-hour journey through dense rainforest and a seemingly endless number of muddy single lane bridges and tight coastal switchbacks. But when you finally a…
 
We’re sitting in on the trial of Steve Harmon, the protagonist of Walter Dean Myers’ groundbreaking novel Monster. Though first published in 1999, Monster remains as topical and unsettling now as ever before. Join us as we talk with two people whose lives were changed by Myers’ work—his long-time editor, Phoebe Yeh, and bestselling YA author Tiffan…
 
Paperbacks! Get yer paperbacks! Gayle and Nicole share winter titles coming out in paperback that you should check out if you missed them the first time around. We also have our book club discussion about Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age. What we’re reading and industry news: The Cactus League by Emily Nemens Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano Bluebird, Blue…
 
Open the wardrobe door and climb into the magical world of Narnia! Join us as we discuss one of the most famous children's book series of all time, The Chronicles of Narnia as well as C.S. Lewis, the brilliant man behind the beloved books. On the show, we talk with C.S. Lewis' stepson, Douglas Gresham about his experience with the late writer. Gres…
 
Most of us know Shel Silverstein as a prolific poet, but did you know he was also a songwriter? Among Shel's many talents, his ridiculous and profound wordplay amazes his readers from childhood long into adulthood. Today, he's known for his unique way of writing and displaying poems and as one of the most famous classic children's book authors of a…
 
Gayle and Nicole are back with the second half of our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide. (Here is Part I of the Holiday Gift Guide.) We offer suggestions for a wide variety of readers on your list – mostly books but some “book-adjacent” items as well. We also look at the December Book of the Month picks and catch up on where we are with our 2019 reading chal…
 
Gayle and Nicole are here with the first half of our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide. We offer suggestions for a wide variety of readers on your list – mostly books but some “book-adjacent” items as well. This discussion took longer than we thought, so we split it in half! Tune in next week for the second half of the list. WHAT WE’VE BEEN READING I’ll Give…
 
Gayle and Nicole welcome Gayle’s literary hero J. Ryan Stradal to the show to talk about childhood reading influences. We also talk about the authors J. Ryan turns to to help make him feel empathetic toward his characters, why he doesn’t give up on authors, and whether it’s OK to dogear pages and mark up books. Books mentioned: Kitchens Of The Grea…
 
Have you ever really thought about just how *weird* going to sleep is? On today's show, we're talking about one of the most famous children's books of all time: Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown! The bedtime story's hypnotic rhythm stays with its readers from infancy long into adulthood. HarperCollins recently published The Important Thing abou…
 
This is the 100th episode of the Readerly Report! To commemorate this milestone, we’re taking a look at 100 of our collective favorite 100 books we’ve read since launching the show. We also go behind the scenes and talk about who we are, how we record the show and how we’ve changed as readers since we started. Links mentioned: The Readerly Report 1…
 
Gayle and Nicole are sooo close to episode 100, but they needed one more week to prepare. So they recorded Episode 99.5, in which they share a list of backlist books that they have been meaning to read and that are lingering on their shelves, but that keep getting passed over for no good reason. They commit to reading them sometime in the next 100 …
 
Gayle and Nicole discuss new October releases they are looking forward to reading, and – surprise! – a lot of them are nonfiction! (And not all of the nonfiction ones are Nicole’s picks.) We also discuss where the expression “the old college try” came from, announce a fun giveaway for our podcast listeners (calling all Jojo Moyes fans!) and check i…
 
This week, we’re tilting our paper crowns and gnashing our terrible teeth for Where the Wild Things by Maurice Sendak! Joining us in the wild rumpus is Dear Sweet Pea author Julie Murphy, podcast host Rebecca Sheir of Circle Round, and Sendak’s own editor and friend, Toni Markiet. In addition to firsthand accounts of Maurice, we’ll discuss the impo…
 
Shenandoah is a phonetic rendering from the Algonquian schind-han-do-wi which means "beautiful daughter of the stars." The rolling hills are so iconic that not only have songs been written about them but the Shenandoah song is also known as the Ballad of America. The steady hum of crickets from deep in the woods in this section of the Blue Ridge Mo…
 
Last week we talked about the hot books of summer 2019, but which were *our* personal summer faves (and lows)? We also have our book club discussion about Bryan Reardon’s The Real Michael Swann. Books mentioned in this episode: Three Women by Lisa Taddeo The New Me by Halle Butler The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead In The Pleasure Groove by John T…
 
Summer is over, but we’re not done talking about the hot books of summer 2019. Which did we read? Did they live up to the hype? And what’s still on our summer TBR? Also, as Gayle and Nicole approach the 100th episode of The Readerly Report, they want to do something big. Books mentioned in this show: City Of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert Fleishman Is …
 
This week, Gayle and Nicole continue their discussion about fall books they’re looking forward to, with a focus on debut authors. These books are all over the map, in terms of genre, format and subject matter! Books discussed during this episode: Polite Society by Mahesh Rao Machine by Susan Steinberg The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates Diamond Do…
 
It’s fall, also known as Oscar season for books. In this episode, Gayle and Nicole talk about the fall books they are excited to read, with a focus on authors who have published before. (In future episodes, we’ll talk about debut authors and paperbacks.) Get your TBR lists ready! Books mentioned during this episode: Summerlings by Lisa Howorth In T…
 
Ramona Quimby is a pest. So... why do we *love* her? Ramona is an icon who helps kids understand the things we can't control like family dynamics and classroom rules. She also teaches us to speak up and question everything—even grownups. In this episode, we'll talk about the Ramona Quimby series and its legendary author, Beverly Cleary, who herself…
 
Gayle is back from vacation, so she and Nicole catch up on what they read- and didn’t read – while she was gone. They also talk about the passing of Toni Morrison (read an old post of Nicole’s celebrating Toni Morrison) and the Obamas’ role as literary tastemakers, and have a long book club discussion about The Travelers by Regina Porter. (If you h…
 
Gayle and Nicole talk about their favorite thrillers – the ones that can serve as popcorn for dinner. Did their lists overlap? Shockingly, no. Also, what is Gayle bringing to read on vacation? Books mentioned in this episode: Bad Blood by John Carreyrou The Body Lies by Jo Baker And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie The Last Romantics by Tara…
 
Today’s guest on the Readerly Report – Diane LaRue, longtime bookish friend of Gayle and Nicole and author of the blog Book Chick Di, to talk about Libraries, Book Events and What To Read In August. Links mentioned in this episode: The Book Cellar Politics & Prose East City Bookshop Solid State Books Books mentioned in this episode: The Dearly Belo…
 
There are so many great book discussions happening online and in real life. In this episode, Gayle and Nicole talk about the places where they each learn about books, and how those sources of book discovery have changed over the last year. They also discuss the hot August books they’ve got their eye on in the waning weeks of summer. Links mentioned…
 
One of the most banned books in history, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is still being checked out in libraries by kids (and adults!) today. On the show, we talk about why this book, despite its gruesome tales, is so important for childhood development. We sat down with bestselling, award-winning author J.A. (Jerry) White to talk about how Scary…
 
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