Author Jay Asher chats with librarians about his bestselling book “13 Reasons Why” and using fiction to discuss uncomfortable topics.
Every November, writers around the world congregate at Come Write In spaces to write the first draft of their novel. Your library is one of those places!
Who is the smartest of them all?
Listen in on our discussion of this 2Book Topeka selection with a “brave” host who tried to read serial killer parts with her eyes shut.
Find answers to a not-so-simple question from trusted books and online resources.
Michelle Stottlemire shares her recommendations to help you find the perfect pick for the “A book set in the future.”
Shelby Schellenger shares his book recommendations featuring a cowboy, including and going far beyond the American West.
Miranda Ericsson, devotee of local and regional literature, shares her recommendations for the “A Book by a Kansas Author” square in Reading Bingo.
Becca Paquette, teen librarian and pop culture fan, shares recommendations for the “A Book by a Celebrity” square in Reading Bingo.
In this episode we talk about the appeal of listening to stories. “Reading” with your ears adds the narrator’s voice, sound effects and full cast productions.
In this 2Book Topeka special episode, listen in as we discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot and The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer.
In this episode, we ask Nate Hohl, sports librarian and lifelong sports fan, to share his favorites for the “A Book with a Sports Theme” square in Reading Bingo.