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These Books Made Me is a podcast about the literary heroines who shaped us and is a product of the Prince George's County Memorial Library System podcast network. Stay in touch with us via Twitter @PGCMLS with #TheseBooksMadeMe or by email at TheseBooksMadeMe@pgcmls.info. For recommended readalikes and deep dives into topics related to each episode, visit our blog at pgcmls.medium.com.

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Forever was a real headscratcher for us. We *think* Judy Blume was trying to disseminate information about teen sexual health in an easily digestible way but we wanted to check in with an expert. In this frank conversation, we untangle the complex dy... more

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Oh Judy Blume, you are officially our most frequently covered author on TBMM and oh my, have you ever given us some wild rides. We weren't sure what to expect when we revisited Forever, one of the most frequently challenged books of all time, but it ... more

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How many times have you read The Bluest Eye by the legendary Toni Morrison, and why is it never enough times? In this episode, we all revisit this literary classic and realize there are several interpretations and layers we missed in previous reading... more

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With a May 8th birthday, Katniss Everdeen is a Taurus not a Sagittarius (Latin for 'archer') but we challenge you to name a more iconic wielder of bow and arrows in pop culture. It seemed therefore essential that we seek out an expert to talk to us a... more

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4.4 out of 5 stars from 21 ratings
  • This Library system is racist AF y'all making fucking podcasts but taking all the books and materials from the areas with the most poc, specifically black communities. The branches in the suitland area are disgusting and literally rotting with like 4 shelves of books but go to laurel or South Bowie or new Carrollton... We see you PGCMLS. What kind of corporate mafia library has CEOs?! Disgusting.

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    This is in regards to the Harriet the Spy episode. It is vital that you all are corrected, before you desiccate another great book. more

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