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- Providence 2
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
- WGBH Educational Foundation 1
- Hinsdale Central High School 50
- Literacy First 7
- Hinsdale Central 3
- San Francisco Village 3
- AP Lit 2
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In this interview, a father and daughter discuss the importance of relationships and the themes and lessons the book holds.
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.
Keith (45) speaks to his friend Amy (39) over the phone about their collaboration on his self-published book "Condemned" about a prison riot he is accused of masterminding. Keith says he is innocent. He is currently on death row in...
Two friends discussing growing up in Columbus, Georgia around the downtown area.
Colleagues Karen Johnson Slaton (59) and Selena Martinez (24) share a conversation about their work as librarians, the value of libraries, their library’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and where they see libraries headed in the future.
Liz Kachris-Jones (59) shares a conversation with her father, Peter Kachris (86), about his childhood, his parents, and his career. Peter also talks about both of his parents passing away when he was a child and about the woman who...
Coworkers Silvia Bunn (67) and Deborah Clark (60) gather to honor and appreciate Deborah's years of service at the Mildred L. Terry Public Library, the first public library for African Americans in Columbus, GA. Deborah reminisces about coming to the...
My dad and I talk about a book
Today is November 23, 2017 in Andover, Minnesota. I am Lindsey Green, my grandmother is Nancy Falls I start off with asking my grandmother questions about what she is grateful for, and about her childhood. She shares so many interesting...
In this interview two brothers discuss the effects of war on people and Slaughterhouse Five’s Important message.
Marie Scoville discusses her journey from Carter County to Broadus, Montana to live on a ranch with her husband.
In this interview, high school senior, Allegra Dugan, talks to her older sister, Micaela Dugan, about finding a love for reading and how Micaela's attitude toward classic literature has grown. They discuss life lessons learned from novels and teachers and...
Alec Acosta (19) talks with his teacher Christopher Abreu (32) about his childhood, school experiences, meaningful friendships, artistic interests, and about what his hopes are for the future.
In this discussion we discuss about themes and questions about the book "Kite Runner" as well as discussing a possible reason to why Khaled Hosseini was motivated to write this book.
Father and daughter discuss the overarching themes of "The Kite Runner", and how we were able to connect to the characters on a cultural level.
My mother and I talk about my mothers experiences with reading books and even a little bit of her childhood.
In this recording, my brother and I discuss The Great Gatsby‘s important symbols and themes.
In this recording, father and daughter, Ella and Joe Pope, talk about their reading lives, the books that have influenced them the most, and what books should be read before the end of high school.
In this interview Natalie and Robert Holt discuss the importance of the lessons learned in Atlas Shrugged and how they are applicable today.
In this recording, cousins Leah and Paul discuss reading habits, childhood books, and stylistic choices to create a reading list filled with literary merit.
My Grandfather, Luke Howe (or Bop Bop) talks about his life as a child in the cold war, his experience as the owner of a hardware store, and how he intends to live the rest of his life.
We talked about traveling and how important it is to explore the world. Also the influence that reading had on her life and how it inspired to open up her mind.
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, Hinsdale Central students Kiernan Lynch and Rachel Fuechtman discuss their thoughts on “A Tale of Two Cities” and how they interpreted the characters and themes.