In this podcast, two high school librarians hang out and discuss what they are reading, award-nominated YA books, interesting resources for librarians to check out, best practices, and much more.
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On this episode, Greg and Dan recommend new books (Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone by Benjamin Stevenson, Pop Science: Serious Answers to Deep Questions Posed in Songs by James Ball), respond to listener feedback, rearrange their libraries, ... more
On this episode, Greg and Dan bring on their first guest to discuss her school library career, recommend new new books (How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix, Raised Fists: 10 Stories of Sports Star Activists by Chloe Celerin and Karim Nedjari... more
On this episode, Greg and Dan celebrate the new year with new books (Ronit & Jamil by Pamela L. Laskin & Reunion by Christopher Farnsworth) and choose their favorite nominees for YA readers in the first annual Gateway Book Draft.
Listening and laughing along with Dan and Greg made me miss our days of being LA teachers together, talking books and real life. You won’t regret this one.
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Library Media Chatter launched 2 years ago and published 20 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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