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- Books 244
- personal experiences 70
- memories of growing up 64
- Reading 59
- memories of former times 51 2,171 more
- Hinsdale Central High School 57
- Washington County Library System 13
- Banespa 4
- Carnegie Library 4
- HCHS 3 25 more
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 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.
We talked about the structure of the story, the levels of the story, and the nature of the relationship between the narrator and her husband.
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, brother and sister discuss the novel Little Fires Everywhere and the several themes and conflicts that arise.
My sister and I talk about how the themes of Handmaid’s Tale relate to society today and the different messages Atwood was trying to send via her story.
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...
Short chat about growing up in California, what my dad was like, and reading. We also dabbled a bit with ethnicity and heritage.
Margarete Tober (67) and Doreen Bryant (72) share about the place they were born, how they came to be in Gulfport, thoughts on books and literacy.
Pam interviews her coworker, Rick, about being a reporter in Butte in the 1960’s, bars that he used to frequent, and the Butte Press Club.
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.
We talked about our child hood, memoriesof my mom, and our interests in short stories and novels.
In this recording, brother and sister discuss about F. Scott Fitzgerald's book and some of the lessons or messages he is trying to convey through this novel.
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,...
Jaya interviews her aunt Dr. Michelle Haney about their shared love of books, growing up in rapidly growing suburb of Atlanta in the 1980s
Dive into an interview about maturity, literature, and work that will keep you entertained and wanting more!
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.
An interview regarding the importance of various works of literary fiction on the life of a high school student.
During this interview we talked about our opinions and differing views of the book “City of Girls.”
Twins talk about Dostoyevsky’s purposeful commentary on social issues through his novel and the modern implications of those themes.
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.
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, 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.