Episode 11 – Mary Poppins Mary Poppins is a beloved classic children’s book published in 1934 by P.L. Travers. The book tells the story of the Banks family, specifically Jane and Michael, as they are cared for by the mysterious Nanny Mary Poppins. They are taken on a whirlwind of adventures until the wind changes and she leaves just as she came blown along by the wind. Recommended Age: We would say that for content this is and has been a book for all ages. Although reading it may be difficult for younger American children as it is full of British language that may be difficult. For a read out loud book it is perfect for all ages. Our Scores: Your Scores: Our Next Book If you enjoyed this show check out some of our others Ender’s Game Wrinkle In Time Hachet
Episode 9 – Ender’s Game Ender’s Game is a classic sci-fi book by Orson Scott Card. It tells the story of Ender Wiggin a 6 year old boy who is part of a government program to develop the greatest military leaders possible. The Earth is in dire need of these leaders after having been attacked by an alien race known as the Buggers. The book won the Nebula Award for best novel in 1985,and the Hugo Award for best novel in 1986. It is listed on the US Marine Corps Professional Reading list. Recommended Age: 13 for language and violence. Our Scores: Your Scores: If you still haven’t read Ender’s Game what are you waiting for? You can get it Here. Our next book will be Oddity by Sarah Cannon Looking for more books like Ender check out or other Shows: Maze Runner Wrinkle In Time The Hunger Games
Episode 7 Hatchet This month’s book is Hatchet written by Gary Paulsen and is also a Newbery winner . The book is about a boy named Brian who gets stuck in the wilderness with only a hatchet to survive. The book is well written and brings you inside the situation. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes outdoor books. Some scenes are a little intense. But overall is a great book. Our Scores Get Hatchet in whatever form you like from Amazon Our book for next month will be Maze Runner by James Dashner because Alora has an interest in children being in dangerous situations.
Episode 4 – A Wrinkle in Time A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle, is a classic children’s sci-fi story about Meg Murry, her brother Charles Wallace, and Calvin O’keefe as the take a journey across the universe to rescue Mr. Murry, Meg and Charles Wallace’s father from the grip of the evil IT with the help of three mysterious women known as Mrs. Which, Mrs. Who, and Mrs. Whatsit. A Wrinkle in Time was first published in 1962 and is the winner of many awards. Scoring Amazon link Or next book is The School for Good and Evil, buy it here… Let us know what you think below. We would love to have some feedback on how we can make the podcast better. Mic on loan from Simple Church This post contains affiliate links that pay Reading-radio.com for purchases made through those links.
Episode 3 – The Girl Who Owned A City The Girl who owned a city is a post apocalyptic children’s book about Lisa, her brother and their friends as they try to survive in a world where everyone over the age of 13 has died of a mysterious illness. The story follows her through trials and decisions as she attempts to bring order to the world she finds herself in. First Published in 1975 Written to teach objectivism Includes drinking as form of anesthesia Includes Scenes of Violence. Alora Score – 4 Jason Score – 4 Amazon link Next Book Since the movie is coming out shortly we decided to bring it forward, and read the book before the movie comes out. Check A Wrinkle in Time Or check out the Bookstore to see other upcoming books. Music provided by bensound Microphone provided by Simple Church