Missed some of our February and March shows? You’re in luck! Here are links to the show archives! On the February 3 show, Ingrid and Em talked about a Hudson Valley YA Society event they had attended at Oblong Books … Continue reading
I have very interesting friends, and it is because of them that I read this book. My one friend was reading this in the library at school, when my other (slightly crazy) friend came up behind her and started reading … Continue reading
We’re playing a little catch-up on posting our show archive links. So here are a whole bunch of our end of 2013 and start of 2014 shows for you to enjoy!
On the December 9 show, Jeana, Sophie, Ingrid, and Em talked about The Old Man and the Sea, Fire With Fire, Flowers for Algernon, The Legend of Zita the Space Girl, and The Jungle. To listen to the December 9 show click here.
On the December 16 show, Antonia and Em talked about All Our Yesterdays and No One Else Can Have You. To listen to the December 16 show click here.
On the December 23 show, Antonia did the show all by herself (like the champ she is)! She talked about The Count of Monte Cristo, All Our Yesterdays, 1984, and Feed. To listen to the December 23 show click here.
On the December 30 show QUINN WAS HERE!!!!! YAY!!!! (can you tell we have missed her?!?!). Quinn, Ingrid, and Antonia talked about Twilight, Allegiant, and Leftovers. To listen to the December 30 show click here.
On the January 6 show Antonia and Em talked about Allegiant, No One Else Can Have You, and The Killing Woods. To listen to the January 6 show click here.
On the January 13 show, we talked about favorite assigned reading from recent years, Sophie talked about Dark Parties, Ingrid discussed a short story called The Most Dangerous Game that they read for class (and enjoyed!), Em reviewed a graphic novel called Bluffton, and Antonia talked about Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry and the poet Emily Dickinson. To listen to the January 13 show click here.
On the January 27 show, Antonia and Em talked about the ALA Youth Media Awards (announced earlier in the day), Ronia, the Robber’s Daughter, The Impossible Knife of Memory, and the television show, Sherlock. To listen to the January 27 show click here.
On the December 2 broadcast of Bound By Books, we had a full studio! Jeana introduced My Awesome/Awful Popularity Plan by Seth Rudetsky, Ingrid discussed The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black, Em talked about Doll Bones by Holly … Continue reading
On the November 11 broadcast of Bound By Books, Antonia shared her love of Edgar Allan Poe and Em discussed a recent read, Reality Boy by A.S. King. On the November 18 show, Antonia, Ingrid, and Em discussed their excitement … Continue reading
On the October 28 broadcast of Bound By Books, Em and Antonia discussed scary books in honor of All Hallow’s Read. We discussed our favorite scary stories, and read segments from Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book and Lindsey Barraclough’s Long … Continue reading
On the October 21 broadcast of Bound By Books, Em and Antonia discussed some of the books coming out that week that we were awfully excited about! The titles included a debut verse novel (Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark), the … Continue reading
On the October 7 broadcast of Bound By Books, Em and Antonia welcomed Cairo-based teen author, Mitchell Kazanjian to the studio. Mitchell discussed his experiences as a teen author, including his adventures in self-publishing, getting his books into the hands … Continue reading
On the September 23 broadcast of Bound By Books, Em and Antonia celebrated Banned Books Week by discussing the most recently released list of top ten most frequently challenged books. To see the list for 2012 and find more information … Continue reading
On the September 9 broadcast of Bound By Books, Em and Antonia welcomed our friend Nusrat to the studio! Nusrat and Antonia had both competed in the Battle of the Books* the previous weekend, where they “won one”, and they … Continue reading