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- Hinsdale Central High School 34
- Washington County Library System 13
- Carnegie Library 4
- Hinsdale Central 3
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- English 17
In this interview, conducted on November 24, 2017 in Santa Cruz,California. Cinna Gresham (17) interviews her mother Sandra Gresham (61) about her childhood and family. Ms Gresham shares her love of books and all things ballet.
In this interview I ask my dad about his job and his hobby as an author
In this interview, made on November 25th, 2017 in Harwood, Maryland. I (Dylan Cox) interview my grandmother (Sharon Wollman) about her childhood and how she met my grandfather. My grandmother shares where she had her honeymoon and how she got...
In this recording, students Rachel D-B and Sara Villanueva discussed why to read and love historical fiction novels, the importance of perseverance, and remembering the stories of people whose stories often get forgotten.
My granddad tells about how things were different when he was a kid compared to now. He also tells some pretty funny stories. At the end the app said that it stopped working so that’s why the end is the...
In this recording, Jennifer Stavreva, a student, and Whitney Wilda an Illinois history teacher discuss the books that need to be read before a student graduates high school.
Recording February 27, 2018 – The Leavitt sisters grew up in St. George, Utah and have many memories of the library. Ann Leavitt Jacob’s first vivid memories of the library are of attending 2nd grade there, though she admitted “the...
In this discussion, Luka Karginov and his Father, Andrei Karginov discuss aspects of the book Cat’s Cradle, including key characters, the writing style and important scenes in the novel.
Leia Pappas and her father, Evans Pappas, discuss the relationships and themes present in “The Shadow of the Wind” while also mentioning why Evans recommended the book to Leia initially.
In this recording, cousins Leah and Paul discuss reading habits, childhood books, and stylistic choices to create a reading list filled with literary merit.
In this recordimg, Nicolette and her mother, Bianca, debrief through the novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” and discuss the biggest takeways, themes, characters, and more.
Dive into an interview about maturity, literature, and work that will keep you entertained and wanting more!
Short chat about growing up in California, what my dad was like, and reading. We also dabbled a bit with ethnicity and heritage.
Recording February 13, 2018 – Husband and wife Kelly James and Patricia Larson have many memories about visiting the St. George Library. They not only grew up in the area, but raised their family here too. The public library was...
In this recording High School students Lauren and Brianna discuss the many important characters in the book and how the plot of the book differs from other totalitarian governments
Drury and Dugan discuss the challenges of finding one’s path in the world, blooming in the face of darkness, and influencial people and events. Also mentioning various books that have stuck with them and hopes for the future.
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 interview, Alyssa and Monica discuss the most pivotal moments in the novel, why the book was recommended, and the differences between the novel and movie.
Recording March 27, 2018 – To Billie Bleak [pronounced Blake] Frei, the St. George Library basement was a wonderful way to spend a hot summer afternoon in the cool of the children’s section. She grew up in St. George, Utah,...
An interview regarding the importance of various works of literary fiction on the life of a high school student.
I interview my kid brother about what it was like to learn how to read, to be diagnosed with dyslexia, and what his relationship to books is like today.
I talk with my classmate Vijval about childhood memories and people that inspire us.
In this interview, high school students Jay Liu and Justin Li talk about how books affected them growing up and the important role that books and reading have in our world.