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- Hinsdale Central High School 54
- Washington County Library System 13
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I catch up with a dear friend of mine and talk about her goals, and then reminiscent of our time in highschool.
In this recording, son and father discuss the life lessons and takeaways from the two books “The Picture of Dorian Gray” written by Oscar Wilde and “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” by Ken Kesey, and also how much of...
Carly Wilson (39) shares a conversation with her grandmother, Charolette Groce (86), about Charolette’s childhood, her family, her children and grandchildren, and some of her favorite memories. Note: In this interview, Charolette misspoke and gave the incorrect date of her...
Keith Hardin (69) interviews his friend Dave Scott (74) about his career fighting wildfires for the U.S. Forest Service and about how the wildfires he fought inspired his book, "The Fury of the Beast."
Hear the story of Hilmar de Moraes, from childhood stories to achieving his job. Listen to his viewpoints and his wisdom. Pay close attention to his knowledge on the society and how to self-educate. Escute a história de Hilmar de...
My name is Emily Dunn, and I am 19 years old. I’ve had the internet and consumed digital media my entire life, so I wanted to sit down with someone who has experienced an entire evolution of media and communication....
In this interview, Alec Hill and Bill Haarlow, both high school seniors in Illinois, talk about the role of reading in their lives. Additionally, Alec asks Bill to recommend a few impactful pieces of fiction that he must read to...
One Small Step partners Laura Middlebrooks (53) and Ted Wiaziowski (47) have a conversation about how they have grown as people and the influences on their lives.
Terry Brackett (73) shares a conversation with her friend Pamela Horowitz (75) one of the first lawyers at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Pamela talks about what drew her to civil rights and poverty litigation work, her career as an...
Recording April 24, 2018 – As a child, Laura Kay Paxman Frei and her sister, Vickie Ann Paxman Hatch, walked two miles with an armload of books to the St. George Library. After returning books, the girls loaded back up...
A wonderful interview that I had with Pam Feil on a Saturday afternoon in her backyard. I asked her various questions regarding her feelings about media and how it has evolved throughout her life.
In this recording, Roshannah Gaur and her father discuss the relevance of Lord of the Flies in today’s world and the impact it has had on our respective lives.
In today’s inaugural episode of season one, Conor interviews guest Alison Albelda to discuss Fiction, important books to read and life.
We talked about our child hood, memoriesof my mom, and our interests in short stories and novels.
My father tells me the story of how him and my mother started dating and soon after got engaged. Not only did he find his soulmate, he found his best friend who lifts him up and gave him the confidence...
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.
I talk with my classmate Vijval about childhood memories and people that inspire us.
Carlotta Young (57) interviews her Bookmobile patron Bessie Goldman (96) about Bessie’s love of reading, her childhood in Baltimore, her experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the advice she would like to share with others.
Rebecca Nyman Ellis (47) interviews her mother, Ruth Lawson (68), about the life of Ruth's great-great-grandmother, Matilda Poole.
In this recording, Hinsdale Central Student, Ameera Ilyas, and her mother, Aqsa Godil, talk about her mother's interaction in Pakistan, a third world country, with reading and how it has shaped her understanding of the world. In this interview, we...
Short chat about growing up in California, what my dad was like, and reading. We also dabbled a bit with ethnicity and heritage.