Reading With Your Kids Podcast

Reading With Your Kids Podcast

Reading With Your Kids is all about encouraging parents to read with their kids, and cook with their kids, and do activities with their kids, and experience tv, movies and music together. In other words, our podcast is all about helping parents build stronger relationships with their kids.... Show More

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Brian Weisfeld is on the podcast to tell us about Face The Music, the latest addition to his Start Up Squad series. this is a fun series that celebrates friendship, entrepreneurship, and perseverance.

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What a collosally fun celebration of geek culture! Jason Fry is on to tell us about The Voyage, the latest book based on the Minecraft Video Game Universe. Jason also tells us about Jupiter Pirates & his many novels based on Star Wars

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Debut author Charlie Mills is on to inspire kids to say "It's Cool To Be Me!". His wonderful picture book It's Cool To Be Me is an adventure story for 3-8 year olds which follows a boy on his quest for self acceptance.

 

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What a great time we had speaking with Hanit Benbasset. Hanit was a shy, introverted child until the age of fifteen when she learned to use her inner powers of hope and self-love to become the person she wanted to be. She now seeks to empower children fulfill their greatest potential.

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How do you cut a human being in half, and put them back together again? Sue-Anne Webster, Australia's First lady of Magic, is on this special Solve It episode of the show to tell us how she solved the problem to update this classic illusion to be able to be presented in a whole new way. Be sure to visit www.solveitforkids.com

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Fascinating conversation with Diane Scaballoni is on the podcast to celebrate her two thought provoking kids books, "My Friendship With Doubt" & "Rulers Don't Measure", Diane hopes these books will provide tools for a more connected, peaceful and fulfilling life.

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Arianne Costner is on the #RWYK #Podcast to celebrate her hilarious #MiddleGrade #Novel My Life As A Potato. Arianne reminds how tough, & fun, life can be in Middle School.  We also speak with author Harsha Sheelam.

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Rick Morrison is on to celebrate his inspiring #KidLit The Hug Store. Rick wants kids & families to understand the benefits and importance of hugging. He also wants to inspire kids to honor and trust their instincts when they don't feel like hugging another person. We also talk about the future of hugging during this uncertain time

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Heather Lean joins us to celebrate Angel Grandma. Angel Grandma is a heartfelt poem that connects your child to their loved one who has passed on. It is a beautifully written reminder that those who are gone are never forgotten and that they are watching over us.

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Welcome to a sneak preview of the premier episode of Solve It For Kids. This new podcast gives kids and parents a peak into the World of scientists, engineers & other STEM experts as they use their talents to solve problems. Today Dr Brian Helmuth tells us how he solved the problem of mapping an underwater forest! Be sure to visit the Solve It For Kids Website https://solveitforkids.com/

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Pam Allyn returns to the podcast to celebrate Scholastic's Summer Read a Palooza Program. Now more than ever it is critically important to keep kids engaged in summer reading to ensure their academic success in the fall. Scholastic is committed to providing at-home learning over the summer months with Scholastic Summer Read-a-Palooza.

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Trinity Bursey celebrates her wonderful new #KidLit The Little Piano. This is the first in a series of rhyming books that reminds kids of this important truth, you are loved because you're you, not for what you can do.

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Alexis Marie Chute returns to the #RWYK #Podcast to celebrate the release of Inside The Sun, book three in her 8th Island Trilogy. Alexis speaks to us about the book and helping our kids cope during this challenging period in history.

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Wonderful conversation with Louis Gambeski. Louis and his dog Libby are involved in a number of great initiatives that help kids develop a love of reading. Louis is a veteran educator and speaks about the importance of reading with our kids.

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We have a fun time speaking with Stephanie Wilson Peterson about her new #MiddleGrade #Novel Grace's Ghost. This story revolves around 12 year old Grace, and the fact that all of her friends are ghosts! We also talk about how we can support & encourage our kids to write.

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Our Dean of all things STEM & STEAM Jennifer Swanson is here to give us a preview of our new podcast Solve It For Kids! She tells us what inspired her to want to produce a podcast for kids. We also learn about some of the guests we will be meeting.

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May 12, 2020 25 min

We love elephants, and we love speaking with authors who share our love for these beautiful, strong & intelligent creatures. June tells us about her new #PictureBook She Leads, published by our friends at Familius.

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We have a wonderful time speaking with debut author Lilian Li. Her new #Novel House Of Koi is about identity and learning that, sometimes, your future is waiting for you in your past. Lillian speaks about the blessings and challenges of family.

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Oh what a fun time we have with sister Eunice & Sabrina Moyle. They are on to celebrate their delightful new #KidLit, creativity, living in China and so much more. You are going to love the Moyle Sisters

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Eleni Theodorou is passionate about inspiring kids to work together to create a culture of compassion in their schools. Her Noko the Knight series is a great way to begin a conversation with kids about bullying, compassion & cooperation.

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