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The Literacy Advocate

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New episodes every Monday and FridayAll episodes are based off the question: "What's a commonly held belief in Literacy Education you passionately disagree with?"More than 60 percent of all prison inmates are functionally illiterate.One child in four grows up not knowing how to read.43% of adults at… read more

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Are Schools Failing Our Kids? w/Maya Evans and Tehyma Williams

March 1st, 2021

36:21

Maya, Tehyma and I have an open conversation about the challenges too many students face when they enter higher education underprepared.  Please connect with Maya@TheAaveMaria and Tehyma@TehymaW on twitter.

Librarians as Instructional Partners w/Amanda Lee

February 27th, 2021

15:12

Amanda shares her perspective on the benefits of having school librarians.  Please connect w/Amanda on twitter @AASDLibrarian.

Relevant Literacy Experiences in All Content Areas w/Amanda Zullo

February 16th, 2021

18:02

Principal, Amanda Zullo, discusses the importance of intentional literacy instruction in all content areas.  Connect with Amanda on twitter @AJZ_313

Dismantling Toxic School Cultures w/Ilene Winokur

January 28th, 2021

22:47

For more from Ilene, follow her on twitter @IleneWinokur.

Enhancing Literacy Instruction w/Entertainment Based Gaming w/Zack Hartzman

January 26th, 2021

18:27

Zack discusses the instructional benefits of entertainment based gaming.  Check out his  free gaming curriculum at heylistengames.org.  Connect with …

Safe, Seen, and Valued w/Ryan Mitchell

January 26th, 2021

15:58

Assistant principal, Ryan Mitchell, twitter handle @RyanWKMitchell talks about the importance of building strong relationships.

It Starts With You w/Purvi Parekh

January 26th, 2021

9:37

Student agency gets lots of attention but what about teacher agency.  5th grade teacher Purvi Parekh shares her insight on teacher agency.  Connect with Purvi @PurviParekh14

What is Visionary Activism vs Reactionary Activism w/ Traci Nicole Smith

January 8th, 2021

26:53

Twitter @theedepistolary

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Self Care is Personal. You Need 2% a Day Completely for Yourself w/ Shalonda Archibald

January 8th, 2021

16:05

Twitter: @born_to_educate

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An Odd but Interesting Conversation About the Effects of Mis-teaching Phonics w/ Luqman Michel

January 5th, 2021

32:26

Twitter: @luqmanmichel

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What Makes Good PD? Sparkle + Substance w/ Jillian Dubois

January 4th, 2021

24:14

Twitter: @JillDuBois22

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4 Pros and 7 Cons of Lucy Calkins w/ Richard Siegel

December 31st, 2020

25:11

Twitter: @RSiegelTeaching

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A Conversation About Young Students Rejecting Picture Books and What They Actually Like w/ Tamra Snell

December 21st, 2020

27:12

Twitter: @tamra_snell

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A Conversation About Balanced Literacy, Explicit Instruction, and Intervention w/ Kristen McQuillan

December 16th, 2020

23:03

Twitter: @mcglynn3

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The Problem Solving Protocol Is More Literacy Skill Than Math Skill w/ Christopher Camizzi

December 15th, 2020

12:40

Twitter: @MrCamiz

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Why Is It So Hard for Us Adults to Read Right Now? w/ Carol Jago

December 14th, 2020

19:32

Twitter: @CarolJago

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2 Examples of Conferring w Readers Turning into Boosted Love of Reading w/ David Eggert

December 11th, 2020

23:26

Twitter: @MrEggertsClass

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Focus Your Writing Assignments on Specific Skills w/ Shannon Anderson

December 9th, 2020

22:40

Twitter: @Shannonteaches

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Make a Kids Book About Alopecia? w/ Cady Andersson

December 8th, 2020

25:19

Twitter: @CadyChildcare

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How do Principals Do Shared Leadership? w/ David Walker

December 7th, 2020

15:05

Twitter: @ProfDavidWalker

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Teaching Shakespeare to Middle Schoolers and Weighing the Importance of Classic Texts w/ Allison Schraechter

November 27th, 2020

29:10

Allison Schraechter

@AllisonHeather7

Middle School ELA teacher. Avid reader and coffee drinker

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Intrinsic Motivation to Read vs Incentives w/ Veronica Rodriguez

November 26th, 2020

18:33

Veronica Rodriguez

@mrsverorod

Proud Principal of Nicolet Middle School  Banning, California

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Too Much Time Weighing the Baby, Not Enough Time Feeding the Baby w/ Greg Moffitt

November 25th, 2020

14:08

Greg Moffitt

@Greg_Moffitt

Doctoral student at UC Davis. Education Geek. #ReadLikeAPirate #CelebratED 

Dad. Husband. Principal at Fairmont Charter …

Skills-based vs. Knowledge-based: What Should Be the Focus? w/ Rod Naquin

November 24th, 2020

13:28

@rodjnaquin

; French language learnerI love learning! This is my desk—
Instruction & Technology Coach
@SCPPS
; Doctoral student of learning …

An Epically Long Conversation about Critically Analyzing Balanced Literacy w/ Eric Kalanze

November 23rd, 2020

1:23:37

Eric Kalenze @erickalenze

Educator - Research Ed US Ambassador - Author of 'What the Academy Taught Us', 'Education is Upside-Down', & 'A Total Ed Case' blog.

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Could You Do Daily Silent Sustained Reading for 15 Mins a Day? w/ Cassie Miller

November 20th, 2020

16:39

Cassie is an elementary librarian for grades 3-5 Christiansburg, VA.

She's been in education for 14 years.

She has a Bachelors in English Education with a Library Media Endorsement from UVA, and she's working on …

A Conversation About Student Choice, "the Classics" and the Difference between US and Canadian Education w/ Neil Sandham

November 19th, 2020

30:09

Every now and then I like to post the pre-interview conversation I have with guests instead of make a formal episode. They can be so interesting and more human. My guest for this episode is the amazing Neil Sandham.

Why Running Records Are So Important With Pre-Readers w/ Heather Lippert

November 18th, 2020

13:24

Heather is a kindergarten teacher at Cedar Valley Community School.

She's been in education for 15 years: having taught pre-k through 5th grade.

She …

How Difficult Subjects in Books Help Not Hurt w/ Author JJK

November 17th, 2020

14:55

Jarrett J. Krosoczka is the New York Times-bestselling author/illustrator behind more than forty books for young readers, including his wildly …

The 3Rs (risk plus repertoire equals results) w/ Rita Wirtz

November 16th, 2020

32:56

Rita  holds a BA in English and Speech, a master’s degree in reading from Arizona State University (ASU), and an administrative services credential …

Expert Tips for Asynchronous w/ Nili Bartley

November 13th, 2020

29:44

Nili is a Digital Learning Coach at Wilson Middle School in Natick, MA.

She's been in education for 17 years.

She's the author of Lead Beyond Your …

Why We Should Be Showing Our Flaws to Colleagues and Students w/ Taylor Armstrong

November 12th, 2020

16:34

Taylor is an Asst. Director of Technology in Vestavia Hills, Alabama

He's been in education for 15 years having taught k-12.

He's got an Undergrad in …

90s Literacy Education, Then vs Now, Whole Language, Explicit Instruction w/ Cheryl Time

November 11th, 2020

31:59

Cheryl is an Ed Tech Consultant in upstate NY.

She's been in education for 25 years.

She has a Masters in Elementary Education with a minor in …

11 Things More Principals Should Say to Their Teachers

November 10th, 2020

9:33

I ask every guest on this show, before the episode 

"What's something you wish you could hear more often from your principal?"

Or

"What's something …

The Biggest Motivator in Learning is Curiosity w/ Michael Horton

November 10th, 2020

19:15

Michael is an Assistant Principal at Western Center Academy Charter School.

He's been in education for 26 years.

He has a Masters in Education …

Social Emotional Skills for Mid-Pandemic Education w/ Phyllis Fagell

November 6th, 2020

20:21

Phyllis is a K-8 counselor and the author of Middle School Matters: The 10 Key Skills Kids Need to Thrive in Middle School and Beyond--and How …

It’s Not Learn to Read, Read to Learn w/ Jessica Holloway

November 4th, 2020

20:36

Jessica Holloway is an innovation coach of Hamilton County Virtual School in Hamilton County, Tennessee. She’s Been a teacher for 16 years, having …

Let's Challenge Kids to Be the Poets and Storytellers of Today w/ Jonathan Stovall

November 3rd, 2020

14:55

Here's the link to Jonathan's school's music video:

https://youtu.be/RcI62ubc_38

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Their Future is What's Important, Not This Moment's Behavior Issue w/ Kim Aman

November 2nd, 2020

12:40

Kim is an Elementary Principal at Simmons Elementary in Aberdine, South Dakota,

She's been a principal for 8 and an elementary teacher for 25.

She has a Masters in Teaching and Learning and a Masters in Administration …

Graphic Novels Are Winning Newbery Awards and We Should Not be Upset About That w/ Sara Smith

October 30th, 2020

28:28

Sara is a high school teacher librarian at Sanger High School in Central Valley California,

She has been a teacher  for 13 years, 7 of them in the …

This Writing Structure Will Promote Social Emotional Learning (Claim-Evidence-Reason) w/ Jaci Fabian

October 29th, 2020

15:24

Jaci is an ELA teacher. She teaches 6th and 8th grade, is an NBCT Mentor, and she's been a teacher for 13 years having taught all grade levels.

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Things Read Alouds Do Besides Instruction w/ Heather Lieberman

October 28th, 2020

12:38

Heather is an Elementary Humanities Supervisor for Newark Educators Community Charter School

This is her 17th year in education, having done …

This Science Teacher's School Took Down a Wall to Become #1 In Their State for Writing w/ Jessica Adams

October 27th, 2020

15:47

Jessica is an MS Tech Coordinator, Nerd, Crafter, EdTech Lover, Google Certified Educator, Certified BrainPOP Educator.

22 years teaching middle and …

How to Keep Striving Readers Engaged in Science w/ Claudia Dolan

October 19th, 2020

11:36

Claudia Dolan is a fifth grade teacher at School No. 2 in Linden Public School District in Linden, New Jersey. She has a Bachelor Degree in Special …

But What if They’re Just Fake Reading? 🤭 w/ Glenn Rhoades

October 12th, 2020

14:53

Glenn Rhoades is an ELA Teacher at Central Gwinnett High School. He teaches 10th Grade and dramatic writing. Glenn has been a teacher for 6 years …

#AuthorIllustrator Try Focusing on PICTURES First and Words Second w/ Bethan Woollvin

October 5th, 2020

17:30

Bethan Woollvin is an author illustrator of multiple kids books, including: Little Red, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, and Bo the Brave.

She is a …

What is Teacher Advocacy? w/ Thea Yurkewecz and Keith Newvine

September 28th, 2020

28:51

Dr. Thea Yurkewecz is an assistant professor and program chair of the reading and literacy committee from the State University of New York at Geneseo . She is a national board-certified teacher, literacy specialist, …

Big News.

September 22nd, 2020

11:16

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#Author The Story Behind the Story: Bo the Brave w/ Bethan Woollvin

September 21st, 2020

12:33

Bethan Woollvin is an author illustrator of multiple kids books, including: Little Red, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, and Bo the Brave.

She is a …

Do These 3 Things to Get Engaged Students Not Controlled Students w/ Gena Cooley

September 14th, 2020

24:38

Gena Cooley is a 6th grade ELA teacher at Deana Taylor Academy at Hillside New Jersey. She has a Masters of Education and is on the Board of the NJLA.

Study Your Students to Determine What PD You Need - Shalonda Archibald

September 7th, 2020

11:41

Shalonda Archibald is a literacy coach at Maxson Middle in New Jersey. She's been teaching for 17 years grades 5-12. She is also an adjunct professor in the early childhood department at Kean University.

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What is Deep Reading? How do you do it in the classroom? w/ Maureen Hall

August 31st, 2020

22:32

Maureen Hall is a professor of education at UMass Dartmouth. She teaches literacy courses to undergrads, grads and in-service teachers. She was a …

#LiteracyEvents A Few Tips for Social w Linds Bernero

August 24th, 2020

12:27

Linds Bernero is the social media ambassador of NJLA. She's been a teacher in Linden Public School District for 13 years and has a Masters in reading …

That's SO (NOT) Elementary w Dr. Ken Kunz

August 7th, 2020

16:34

Dr. Ken Kunz is a literacy professor at Monmouth University and the President of the New Jersey Literacy Association. 
In this episode we talk about literacy education strategies usually resigned to lower grade levels …

Wait time, a teacher’s best friend w/ Lindsay Bernero

July 27th, 2020

9:23

Wondering how to incorporate podcasting into the classroom? Booksforkidspodcast.com

#Parent Animated Kids Books that You Can Stream w/ Vooks

July 23rd, 2020

23:09

Many parents are looking for a safe alternative for their kids’ screen time. Children’s apps are over “gamified” or full of ads. Youtube can take you …

What is Books for Kids?

July 23rd, 2020

0:30

Hear book recommendations, behind the story author interviews, teacher tips, whats happening in literacy.

Introducing the #Author Series

July 2nd, 2020

0:47

Whenever you see an episode that begins with #author you know that I’m either talking directly with one of your favorite authors, getting their behind the scenes life and backstory or I’m sharing with you a crazy …

What librarians are doing during CoVid - w Lucianne Pastorello

April 22nd, 2020

10:01

In this episode, I talk with Lucianne Pastorello a Queens County Librarian from New York who has been going live for reading time since quarantine began and she's going to share what she does and how you can do it too.

Performance Led Teacher | The Afterword Podcast - Part 1

November 30th, 2019

0:20

Thank you Amy Bowlin and Holland Webb and My co-guest Cassie Johansen :)
Sorry my brain was broken, I was on hour 10 of a 14 hour road trip 🤦‍♂️
You …

#Writer Anthology Publishing for New Writers w/ Pixie Forest

January 4th, 2019

43:07

Writers don’t pay to be published.

Publishers pay you.

It’s simple. And in the writing world at large, it’s well known.

But for many new authors, the allure of “Your manuscript’s amazing; we can’t wait to help you …

#Anyone A Pep Talk For Anyone Sitting On Their Butt

December 29th, 2018

5:26

Joe Schmoe doesn’t have to be an inactive listener of content.

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#Podcasting Hosting Hallmark's Kids Book Podcast w/ Emily Akins

November 22nd, 2018

17:00

In the book End of Your Life Book Club, author Will Schwalbe recounts the final days of his mother's life, and sharing books with her.

This was the inspiration for Emily Akins’ new podcast Beginning of Your Life Book …

#Illustrator Visdev and Illustration w/ Gloria Felix

November 21st, 2018

24:30

I love talking with illustrators who are 1 million times better than me. Gloria Felix is an inspiration to me. Go check out her artwork:

https://www.instagram.com/gloriafelixart/?hl=en
https://gloriafelix.com/

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#Me How I Feel About Turning 29

November 21st, 2018

9:54

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#VoiceActor Children's Audiobook Voice Acting w/ Jess White

November 20th, 2018

19:24

Loved talking to Jess White, the girl with the big heart and little voice.

Follow her journey as a voice actor and bookstagrammer on Instagram:

#Teacher Bookstagramming and Teaching 1st Grade w/ Maya Espiritu

November 19th, 2018

19:27

Maya is an inspiration to me with what she's doing on her Instagram. She is helping smaller creators of self published books get more exposure by promoting their work.

Check out her Instagram:

#Parent Blogging about Kids Books w/ Bookstagrammer Stephanie

November 18th, 2018

25:46

Loved talking to Stephanie, please go check out her awesome blog:

http://becausemymotherread.com/

https://www.instagram.com/because.my.mother.read/?hl=en

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#Illustrator Art of Ellie the Wienerdog w/ Serene Wyatt

November 17th, 2018

48:23

I am so happy I got to talk with Serene, she is an incredible illustrator! Go check out her patreon!

https://www.patreon.com/shantyland

https://www.opendoor-press.com/illustratorserenewyatt/

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#Me I just had an AMAZING book tour

November 16th, 2018

12:15

Just flew home from SC. I was gone for a week and the tour was awesome. In this episode I recap it and share a conversation I had with one of the …

#SummerThrowback 14: Tammy Gillmore

November 8th, 2018

19:31

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#SummerThrowback 13: Jason Campbell

November 7th, 2018

20:03

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#SummerThrowback 12: Shelly from West Harden Elementary

November 6th, 2018

16:21

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#SummerThrowback 11: Tessa Emily Hall

November 5th, 2018

26:20

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#SummerThrowback 10: Rachel Jameson

November 4th, 2018

35:42

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#SummerThrowback 9: Jen Whirl

November 3rd, 2018

20:32

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#SummerThrowback 8: Carly Black

November 2nd, 2018

41:56

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#SummerThrowback 7: Missi of Curriculum Chef

November 1st, 2018

15:08

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#SummerThrowback 6: Kelsey Buckles' Kids

October 31st, 2018

43:09

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#Me an AWESOME talk I had with a teacher today over lunch

October 30th, 2018

24:01

I had a randomly awesome talk with a teacher over lunch at Palm Lake elementary between classroom visits.

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#SummerThrowback 5: AmandaGIllustration

October 30th, 2018

38:56

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#SummerThrowback 4: Steve Hanson Boutwell

October 29th, 2018

22:42

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#SummerThrowback 3: Becky Weso

October 28th, 2018

29:43

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#SummerThrowback 2: Ariel Gray

October 27th, 2018

26:26

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#SummerThrowback 1: Kelsey Buckles

October 26th, 2018

31:54

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#Illustrator Drawing for Disney to Creating Red's Planet w/ Eddie Pittman

October 24th, 2018

1:00:41

I got to sit down with Eddie Pittman over coffee and talk about his series Red's Planet, his days working for Walt Disney Feature Animation in the 90s, and his time working as a writer and story artist of the hit tv …

#Author KJ Hales of Ellie the Wiener Dog

October 11th, 2018

45:14

I can't say enough good things about Kim. She's doing what I'm trying to do only better. Way better.

Her books are adorable and really funny. It's Hard to Be Good, is a hilarious take on dealing with temptation from the …

#Parent How to Bookstagram w/ Jolie Taylor

September 30th, 2018

1:10:01

Just before going on vacation I got to talk with Jolie Taylor the original creator of the book dominoes instagram post.

We talk about bookstagramming, …

#Me Going on My First Out of State Tour

September 30th, 2018

4:00

I planned way back in the Spring a little tour of schools in South Carolina reading my kids book Billy the Dragon. But I want to make that tour AS …

#Me On Vacation for the Week!

September 20th, 2018

1:15

Chanel and I celebrate 5 years married on the 25th! We are going aboard the Disney Magic headed to make 4 stops in Canada! I am so excited! But it also means that for me to make the most out of our trip and get the most …

#Illustrator Eagle vs Bear w/ Blayne Fox

September 20th, 2018

33:57

Blayne Fox is an amazing artist with a rockin' name that was too cool for school who spent her whole life drawing and now draws and paints …

#Illustrator Love Sugar Magic w/ Mirelle Ortega

September 19th, 2018

35:12

She's an illustrator who's been hired by Harper Collins, she's represented by the Bright Group, and her artwork is beautiful.

I talk with Mirelle …

#Author From Pixar to Scholastic w/ Tony Piedra

September 12th, 2018

37:05

I am so honored to have gotten to interview Tony about his debut kids book The Greatest Adventure, published by Scholastic.

The Book is available now …

#Illustrator Hustling as an Illustrator w/ Charles Thurston

September 12th, 2018

37:02

This episode is for the aspiring illustrator listening or anyone who wants to hear about an avenue of hustling that artists can use to chase the goal of being paid as an artist.

For me, this advice is very practical as I …

#BookReview “The Plot Chickens” is a Great Book for Teaching Story Writing

September 5th, 2018

3:33

This is number 6 in my “top 8 from your library’s A section” (despite me calling it number 5 accidentally). This is part of my read every book in the …

#Me What This Podcast Needs More Of

September 4th, 2018

6:57

This podcast episode is really just meant to be sort of a kick in the butt to myself about some epiphanies that I've had that I need to put into practice ASAP.The things that I know I need to do are really going to turn …

#BookReview Laurence Anholt's Books Make History Interesting

August 29th, 2018

3:58

This episode is about my number 4 pick of my top 8 kids books from your library’s A section: Leonardo and the Flying Boy by Laurence Anholt

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#BookReview One Word From Sophia is a Great Book for Young Ladies

August 28th, 2018

2:34

This is my 3rd Mini Ep, on my 3rd favorite book from the library's A section: One Word From Sophia by Jim Averbeck and Yasmeen Ismail

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This Book is Short, Cute, and Has a Great Twist

August 26th, 2018

2:25

This is #3 of my top 8 from your library's A section. Check out more on the "Books for Kids by Author Timmy Bauer" facebook page.

#BookReview This Book Makes Me Feel like a Bad Artist

August 26th, 2018

4:57

This is part of my READ EVERY BOOK IN THE LIBRARY project. Do it with me by joining my facebook group: https://m.facebook.com/groups/231062757583101

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#BookReview Why Clark in the Deep Sea is My Favorite A Section Book

August 24th, 2018

4:04

Hey Guys this short episode is part of a bigger post I’m working on for my Read Every Kids Book project. Follow the project on Facebook:

#Podcasting Changing my Life w/ James Carbary

August 24th, 2018

33:13

In this episode, I interview my good friend and business mentor James Carbary.

James is one of the smartest people I know and probably the most likely person in my friends circle to become a millionaire. He measures his …

#Author Going About It "Wrong" and Still Getting Published w/ Taylor Simonds

August 19th, 2018

28:09

In this episode, I talk with Taylor Simonds who’s a friend of mine that just got a publishing deal! It’s for her book Collateral Damage, a superhero …

#Podcasting Make the Most of Your Author Facebook Page w/ Will Henderson

August 8th, 2018

9:43

In a nutshell:

  • Post every meetup you have.

Every library, school, bookstore, etc has a facebook page.  Make the meetup a facebook event and …

#Illustrator The Best Life Drawing Curriculum I've Ever Seen? w/ Kenzo Fry

July 30th, 2018

34:52

My guest is Kenzo who makes up half of Love Life Drawing. I wanted him as a guest because there is no better life drawing course that I have found online and it has had a really shaping influence on my illustrative …

#Me I Get my Author Social Media Critiqued – Will Henderson

July 29th, 2018

1:22:42

My Airbnb guest is a social media consultant from SC, who spent hours looking at everything he would do on social media if he were me.  It was an …

#Me “Read Every Book In the Library” and more

July 28th, 2018

8:10

This is an update on what I’ve been doing this past week and what i have coming.  The Biggest thing is my “Read Every Book In the Library” project and the stuff I have coming to facebook, and an AMAZING interview I had …

#BookReview 3 Books For an Animal-loving Classroom - Casey Boem

July 16th, 2018

25:55

Casey is a 1st grade teacher and she runs Organize and Educate on social media and teachers pay teachers

 

Books:

Pig the Pug, Aaron Blabey

The Lion Inside, Rachel Bright and Jim Field

What Do You Do With an Idea, Kobi …

#Me The 2 WILDEST things that happened to me in 2017

July 14th, 2018

26:05

I didn’t feel like recording this when I did, but when you don’t move while a thought is fresh, it gets stale.

 

I get super emotional toward the end of this episode thinking about the crazy things that happened to me …

#Teacher Kidlit for 2nd Grade NYC Special Education

July 13th, 2018

26:53

My guest in this episode is shira; she is a 2nd grade teacher in Queens, NY specializing in special education

She has a very multicultural classroom

#Parent 3 books for a 1.5 year old boy - Danielle Stoddard

July 12th, 2018

27:49

This is one of my favorite episodes I recorded.  My guest is Danielle Stoddard, mom of Raylan, a really active 1.5 year old who can say about 50 …

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