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- Hinsdale Central High School 33
- Literacy First 7
- Hinsdale Central 3
- San Francisco Village 3
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In this recording, Tina talks about how her mothers background has shaped her reading life today. Also, Tina asks about a must read book that her mom recommends for her before she graduated high school.
Ralph grew up in Philadelphia. He describes his family’s values of kindness, growing up with a mother who was bi-polar, and his constant desire for community. He speaks on his identity, age, and speaking one’s mind. He moved to San...
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.
In this recording, sisters discuss the themes of Picoult’s novel, Small Great Things, and its relevance in contemporary society.
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.
I interviewed Judy Zakieh, a 16 year old senior, about her reading habits, favorite books, and literary recommendations
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.
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 interview, Nishant and Matt discuss Pride and Prejudice and many aspects of it from themes to characters. We discuss our major takeaways from the novel and what made it a good read.
In this interview, Leah Vaikutis interviews her aunt, Judy Sidrys, about “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd”. They debrief the characters, underlying themes, and connections to modern day society as they reminisce through this brilliant crime novel. The very interesting Hercule...
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.
In this recording, mother and daughter discuss the lessons Austen conveys in “Pride and Prejudice” and how they fit into today’s society.
Recording October 3, 2018 – Kathleen Bruhn has an interesting story of how she came to the St. George, Utah area where she has been a library worker/volunteer and crossing guard for many years. After seeing an advertisement near the...
My friend Dick Hermann, an attorney, author, and columnist writes often about his passion for education reform. We talked about this.
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 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.
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.
This interview was a discussion with my mom about reading and young learners. She is a middle school counselor as well so she has an education perspective.
My grandmother talked about the various experiences she has had throughout her life, and explains how they have shaped who she is. She discussed many important topics such as education, family and honesty, and I have learned a lot about...
I have a conversation with my parents about their personal histories with reading and how Literacy has shaped their lives and careers.
Talking with my Aunt about her interests and the people around her who inspired her to do those things.
Marie Scoville discusses her journey from Carter County to Broadus, Montana to live on a ranch with her husband.
In this interview Natalie and Robert Holt discuss the importance of the lessons learned in Atlas Shrugged and how they are applicable today.