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- Hinsdale Central High School 50
- Literacy First 7
- Hinsdale Central 3
- San Francisco Village 3
- AP Lit 2 30 more
In this recording, student Caroline Lyman interviews her mother, an occupational therapist, Amy Lyman, and they discuss the Amy’s early love for reading, most influential novels, and the lessons learned from them. Interesting take on the importance of reading today...
In this recording, sisters discuss the themes of Picoult’s novel, Small Great Things, and its relevance in contemporary society.
In this recording, brother and sister discuss the novel Little Fires Everywhere and the several themes and conflicts that arise.
This is basically just me and my mom talking about books and our opinions on them and how they effected our lives.
In this recording, student Jennifer Stavreva and her mom Boryana Stavreva, discuss “Anna Karenina” and why people should read it.
In this recording students Andrew Doromal and Morgan McLaughlin discuss the Kite Runner, and why it was such a good book.
In this interview, Grace and her mother explore what it was like growing up in the mid-1990s China and how her difficulties and parental influences impacted her outlook on life and her relationships with those around her.
We talked about reading and how she learned read and what role it played in her life as a young child as well as what role it plays now, in her life as a teenager
This is a conversation with my mom on her life and how books played a role in it.
In this recording, Hinsdale Central student Elisabeth Bieber talks with her father about his reading experience and what books he recommends.
In this recording, my father Dean Pisani and I discuss the most pivotal novels that have influenced him and which novels he would recommend to me.
In this recording, a son and his mother discuss the familial lessons conveyed in Marquéz’s 100 Years’ of Solitude. Examining the parallels and differences between the Buendía and our families to distinguish between Marquéz’s depiction of family for literary purposes...
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
In this recording, father and son discuss the plot, themes, and lessons Ken Kesey portrays through his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
My friend Dick Hermann, an attorney, author, and columnist writes often about his passion for education reform. We talked about this.
Former parent, Lynett McDermott talks of raising her children in Waldorf Education in both Europe and America, her love of anthroposophical philosophy and the colorful festivals she enjoyed in the Waldorf community.
Kirra Hyder interviews Sharon Stockbower, her grandmother on her dad's side of the family. Funny stories, unique facts, and many, many traditions are shared.
Jackie Neale interviews her undergraduate photography student, Maria Trajtenberg while we are conducting interviews and taking photographs for our storytelling project, The Corona Collective. Maria is living in TriBeCa New York City through the pandemic, and talks about how she...
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.
In this recording Annie Huetteman interviews her father, Mark Huetteman, about how literature has played a role in his life. He recommends to her a literary merit to complete her high school education.
Loney Fred Hutchins (65) is interviewed by his son Loney John Hutchins (33) about growing up in poverty in the Appalachian mountains of Tennessee, and the various lines of work - engineer, musician, therapist - he followed to get to...
Inese Heinzel (70) and Alison Leras (36), colleagues and friends, discuss creativity, curiosity and how each have impacted their life and work.
In this recording, mother and daughter discuss standout characters and themes in this thought-provoking novel.