Reading Bingo begins in 2017!
Print your Reading Bingo card and play along throughout 2017! Challenge yourself to expand your reading selections and find recommendations for many of the squares on your Reading Bingo card by listening to new episodes of Hush.
Every three weeks, join librarian hosts Thad Hartman, Lissa Staley, Miranda Ericsson and Autumn Friedli with special guests from the library and community. In each interview, the guest makes recommendations for one square from the “Reading Bingo” card. Listeners are encouraged to read along throughout 2017 and mark their own Reading Bingo cards. Use the podcasts, show notes, book displays in the library and book lists in the library catalog to discover what other people are reading and recommending.
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HUSH Upcoming Episodes
- December 13, 2016 – Best Books of 2016 with guests Megan Johnson, Kelli Smith and Stephanie Hall – Email your own best books recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will read them on the show!
- January 3, 2017 – Reading Bingo! with guest Jacob Ziegler to recommend titles for “A Book Over 500 Pages”
- January 24, 2017 – Reading Bingo! with guest Julie Nelson to recommend titles for “A Book with a Medical Theme”
- February 14, 2016 – Reading Bingo! with guest Meredith Snepp to recommend titles for “A Book with Alternating Narrators”
Marian Rakestraw and Diana Marsh think everyone should read The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman.
Lissa Staley thinks everyone should write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days this November. Listen in to find out why!
Tom Averill thinks everyone should read Remarkable Creatures. Listen in to see if hosts Miranda Ericsson and Lissa Staley agree!
Michelle Stottlemire thinks everyone should read Better Off: Flipping the Switch on Technology by Eric Brende. Listen in on the discussion to see if the hosts agree.
Lisa Brown thinks everyone should read The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger. Listen in on the discussion to see if our hosts agree.