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Children’s Book Podcasts

Given the important role of family reading and great children’s books in a happy, healthy childhood, you may be happy to learn of the successful made-in-Canada Children’s Book Podcast, Just One More Book ! — a podcast about the children’s books we love and why we love them, recorded in our favourite coffee shop. 345 plus podcast episodes later, it is worth checking out
The price is right too, free.
Just One More Book!” is a thrice-weekly podcast which promotes and celebrates literacy and great children’s books. Each weekday morning, we take a few minutes out of our morning coffee ritual to discuss one of our many favourite children’s books. We also feature weekly interviews with authors, illustrators and experts and enthusiasts in the areas of children’s literature and literacy as well as listener-submitted book reviews.
Through this podcast and website, we are building a lively, interactive community linking children’s book authors, illustrators, readers (parents, children, librarians, teachers and literacy activists) and publishers.
Busy parents and educators can now discover great read-aloud children’s books while they are busy doing the many tasks that would otherwise rob them of the opportunity to research great children’s books in more traditional ways.
Our guests have included celebrity authors such as Sheree Fitch, Rachna Gilmore, Jack Prelutsky, Daniel Pinkwater, Eve Bunting, Eva Ibbotson, Henry Winkler and Mary Ann Hoberman. We have also aimed the spotlight at interesting and lesser known and illustrators.
Episodes range in length from 5 to 25 minutes and can be played directly from our web page or downloaded to a portable mp3 player, such as an iPod, for listening on the go.
This podcast is powered by passion. We have no advertisers or sponsors. Our goals are to link children with great books and to help create happy memories for children and the adults that read to them…and to have fun!
The Just One More Book! Podcast has been recommended by the American Library Association as one of its 2007 American Library Association (ALA) – Great web sites for kids and has been featured in Canadian Living Magazine and such prestigious literary publications as School Library Journal, Books for Keeps and Publishers Weekly. We are also regular contributors to ChildsLife, The Edge of the Forest and Parent Source online newsletters. Watch for us this spring in Parenting and Canadian Parents magazines.
“A podcast about the children’s books we love and why we love them — recorded in our favourite coffee shop”

Posted on: April 28, 2008, 2:17 pm Category: Uncategorized

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  1. How great is this? Podcasting is such a great way to keep the younger generation involved in story telling. My niece is very techie. I would love for her to follow my love of books. But if she can get the same story by the web, so be it…wahoo!
    She did just finish a wonderful “book” called, Bitter Tastes, by V.B. Rosendahl. It reminded me of my favorite books (Nancy Drew)as a young girl. The main character (Kathy) is a gutsy girl-hero who isn’t afraid to do what she thinks is right. A wonderful read with great values. I hope it makes the podcast. Until then, pick up the paperback!

  2. Babs said

    It’s a wonderful idea!!