Did you know that every book is a mystery, and all readers are detectives?
In this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival Podcast, I chat with Lawrence Goldstone, author of Deconstructing Penguins: Parents, Kids, and the Bond of Reading. He’ll tell why you become a sleuth when you pick any book of the shelf, explain how ordinary parents can start parent child book clubs, and share surprising insights on the relationships forged when parents and kids share books together.
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Episode 8 Show Notes:
- Deconstructing Penguins: Parents, Kids, and the Bond of Reading by Lawrence & Nancy Goldstone
- The feature Larry wrote for the Book Reporter: TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY and Other Surprises
- The bloggers I enjoy reading who have started their own book clubs based on the Goldstones’ book: Mt. Hope Chronicles and Here in the Lovely Woods
- Larry’s website: http://lawrencegoldstone.com, Nancy’s website: http://nancygoldstone.com
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