So what do I do when kids are whiny and don’t want to sit and listen to a read-aloud? And what about teens that aren’t interested in the family book? How do I organize my booklists?
On today’s episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, we’re answering these questions (and more). These Q&A podcasts are listener favorites, so grab some laundry, pop in your earbuds, and let’s go!
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Books we talked about during the show:
Other Links from this episode:
- Find Allison’s blog and podcasts at Truth Beauty Goodness
- Sarah and Allison’s prior FAQ podcast, episode #18
- Link to sign up for Sarah’s free e-magazine, Flourish
- Brandy Vencel’s blog post on 3 types of books moms should be reading
- The Well-Read Mom
- Anne Bogel’s website, Modern Mrs. Darcy
- Adam Andrews and the Center for Lit
- Learn more about the Read-Aloud Revival Membership Site
- Melissa Wiley’s blog
- Mystie Winckler’s blog, SimplyConvivial
- Hear more about utilizing audiobooks in Read-Aloud Revival episode #14 with Mystie Winckler
- Hear more about reading with teens on Read-Aloud Revival episode #23 with Julie Bogart
- Sarah’s (surprisingly organized!) liturgical booklists
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