Kit Evers runs OUR (Old Used Rare) Bookshop out of his home - or more accurately, he runs his home out of his bookshop - on Partition Street in Saugerties village. In this interview, he discusses growing up the son...
In this recording, high school student Maggie Kemp and her mom, Jeanne, discuss the most memorable and life changing novels Jeanne has read, and why Maggie should read them.
My mom and I discussed her childhood growing up in a small town in Nebraska and the importance reading, especially nonfiction, had on shaping her outlook on the world.
In this recording, high school students Sara Villanueva and Rachel D-B discuss how reading impacts life and views of the world, where is the best place to read, and what the most memorable phrase Sara has read is.
Sol Barrios discusses various books with her mother, Zully Delfiacco, and questions their impact on her mother's life. Zully also recommends books and explains her reasoning behind why she chose to recommend them.
In this recording, student Sydney Albert and her father talk about the most important fiction novels and why they would recommend them.
In this recording, Lakshmi Srinivas recommends books that she cherished while growing up and how they influenced her through her childhood and later life.
In this interview, Meghan and her mom discuss the most influential books and how hard it can be to find time to read, but how important it is.
Josephine Shramm and Michelle Hoisova discuss life, books, and their importance and potential.
In this recording we talk about the work of fiction that has had the most profound effect on understanding of the world we live in and why reading books is beneficial.