Are you hesitant to talk to your kids about books because you don’t know how to do it? In this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, I chat with Adam Andrews from the Center for Lit. He gives us some simple tools to help us have better, more engaging conversations with our children about the books we’re reading together.
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Episode 2 Show Notes:
Links to everything Adam and I talked about during today’s show:
- Teaching the Classics by Adam & Missy Andrews
- Online classes at the Center for Lit
- Adam’s convention talks, available for free at Center for Lit
- Bargain for Francis by Russell Hoben
- Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb by Al Perkins
- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
- Anything by Charles Dickens (like Great Expectations or David Copperfield)
Many thanks to all the kids on this episode’s Let the Kids Speak! The books recommended are: