Since I never seem to have enough time to read everything I want to, I started listening to books in my car. That led to downloading and listening to podcasts.
I discovered two great ones I'd love to share:
1. Wordplaypodcast by Nathan Bransford, James Dashner and Jeff Savage. This podcast comes out weekly. There is often a fun, fascinating guest, and once a month they create an episode for young writers.
2. Author/illustrator, Katie Davis, has been creating her Brain Burps Podcast for some time, so there are a lot of episodes to choose from. So far, I've listened to Bruce Coville share his experiences in Egypt during the mass protests, Rebecca Stead and Linda Sue Park talk about winning the Newbery and Nancy Werlin share how much she earns annually.
These podcasts help me learn more about my field while I'm in the car, working out at the gym or simply taking a walk.
Please share your favorite podcast in the comment section.
October 24, 2011
Podcasts for Children's Book Nerds
Posted by Wild About Words at 7:41 AM
Labels: Brain Burps Podcast, Bruce Coville, James Dashner, Jeff Savage, Katie Davis, Linda Sue Park, Nancy Werlin, Nathan Bransford, Rebecca Stead, Wordplaypodcast
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I've got to start listening to audio books. I wish somebody would figure out a way to just inject novels directly into the brain, because I can't possibly read fast enough to keep up.
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